Announcements, Announcements, Announcements
We are pleased to announce that Jo Ann Brixie will be our new Treasurer. Thank you Jo Ann for filling this role!
The Board has received a resignation from Gail Sandlin, our treasurer for PUUF because of the current complexities in her life. If you have the skills and interest in being our treasurer, please contact Judy Arbogast, board president. 253 225 1977.
Our friend Al Johnsen passed away Friday evening of last week, October 16th.
More details will follow of when and if there is a memorial service.
He was my idea of a Renaissance man. -Hobie Denny
Sunday, November 8- 4:00pm - Burley Community Hall
How much does the mind affect the body? How does quieting the mind benefit us? These questions will be addressed during this service. In addition, Kevin Flanagan will discuss the benefits of yoga and lead a short session of gentle chair yoga.
Kevin started training in the Internal Arts over 45 years ago. He is currently an instructor of yoga at the Tom Taylor YMCA in Gig Harbor and leads a chair yoga class at Peninsula Retirement Home.
The last Friday of every month, January through October, we help cook and serve free meals at Family Kitchen. This is held at the First Lutheran Community Church on Mitchell Avenue in Port Orchard. We have shared this responsibility with another church whose members have become incapacitated. We suddenly find we need at least 4-8 more helpers. We need boots on the ground!
The immediate need is for Friday October 30th, but beginning January next year we will need ongoing support. The meal begins at 5:00 pm and we are usually out of there before 6:15. Sometimes we go to a local restaurant for our own meal afterwards.
Set-up and cooking begins earlier, but you don't have to stay all the time. Some of us turn up to help serve, others set up the room.
Please let me know if you can help.
"Desperate in SK"
Join UUs in your congregation and across the state to vote on state legislative issues for 2016. Climate justice, death penalty, equitable tax system, Black Lives Matter agenda, economic justice such as minimum wage, education are all choices. Join the 8th Annual Legislative Conference on Sunday, November 8. Through the magic of the internet and video conferencing, you’ll meet with Washingtonians from all over the state while remaining at your church. The conference runs from 1:30 to 3:30. Get more information and register at http://goo.gl/MfzH51. Join us and invite friends!
Contact Judy Arbogast if you are interested in joining in. 253-225-1977