Brattleboro-West Arts has become a fixture of our community’s vibrant art scene through exhibits, open studio events, public forums and creative workshops. This year, its members felt moved to share a positive message about the current political climate with the community.
All Souls Church at … read more.
We now have “Fragrance Free” seating in the Main Hall for Sunday Services. Please note the small signs pinned to several seats in the last row on the left in the Main Hall to mark seating for folks who may be sensitive to perfumes, and … read more.
I will start with the numbers. Our tally is $6574, this is up from last year, so Yippee!
The Main Event – the wreaths, greens, and ornaments, brought in more than half of the total bazaar income, led by Ruth L. and Becky C,, $3593. Linda … read more.
At the monthly SEAC service on December 6, Josh Davis of Groundworks Collaborative spoke movingly of that organization’s vital work with food and shelter insecurity, and gave us some specifics about how individuals might get involved. Here’s a link to detailed information about volunteer opportunities:
FROM ASC PRESIDENT, ED BURKE, DECEMBER 5, 2018
Updating the fire escape installation: The door from the balcony to the fire escape will begin with the creation of a new doorway on Monday, December 10. The door will be installed and the fire escape will … read more.
Important Change in Date of the Meal for the Winter Overflow Shelter.
We will not be preparing and serving this week at the overflow shelter as previously noted. We were instead given November 22 in error……yes that’s Thanksgiving. With our UU problem solving skills, we … read more.
The Social & Environmental Action Committee (SEAC) is sponsoring a donation bin for non-perishable food and monetary gifts during the month of November.
• The collection bin is in the foyer, opposite the main entry.
• This food drive supports Loaves and Fishes—feeding 300 people per week.
• During … read more.
Nov. 17 — We need to collect the greens we will use to make wreaths for the bazaar. Carpool from church at 9 a.m. to the woods where we harvest balsam. Come early as we leave at 9. Bring loppers, wear work clothes, and sturdy footwear. … read more.
Our own Beverly Miller appeared recently as a guest on “Here We Are,” on BCTV, speaking movingly of grief, loss, and the Compassionate Friends organization. Folks in the ASC community might enjoy seeing this program. Click here to have a look.
— Karen Tyler