Oregon Unitarian Universalist Voices for Justice will hold its Annual Meeting at the Corvallis UU Church on Saturday, November 8, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. The meeting will feature climate change as a major “umbrella issue”, and plan specific actions related to this challenging issue. Contact email@example.com for more information about the agenda, or for carpooling information.
NEWS FLASH!! NEWS FLASH!! NEWS FLASH!!
Eric and Julie are hosting a September movie night at our house this coming Saturday evening, September 27. We will be showing the acclaimed film “Beasts of the Southern Wild”. We will start the night with a potluck (Cajun theme) and then watch the movie. Details below, hope you can join us!
Saturday, September 27
6:00 p.m. Cajun Potluck followed by the Movie “Beasts of the Southern Wild”
3305 Barnes Way (about 1 mile from KCC)
Need childcare? Call us for details – 541.205.3525
Hope to see you then!
There has been a misunderstanding in John Ward’s topic presentation “Status of Sugar Pines Along Highway 66”. Rather than planting Sugar Pines so many years ago, 13 mature Sugar Pines, which can live up to 300 years, were “saved” from wholesale immediate harvest by being purchased, thus “adopted” by contributions from numerous persons throughout Jackson County and Klamath County and elsewhere. “Adoption” papers were issued to individual purchasers and to two congregations: Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Klamath County and Rogue Valley Unitarian Universalists (under the tutelage of Rev. Patt Herdklotz, the Congregation’s minister at that time). The campaign to save and adopt these trees was undertaken by Friends of the Greensprings (FOG). John Ward was and still is the President of the Friends of the Greensprings. His wife Anita Ward assisted, with publicity, in the project as Coordinator of the Friends of the Greensprings. Group tours/picnics of the trees were held for several years. John will bring us up-to-date with what is happening now and possible opportunities.
9:30 a.m. Discussion Group