Join us for our annual holiday potluck. Before the meal, Marnie Karger will lead us in a fun and easy creative writing exercise geared toward opening our senses to the season.
What would the world “look like” if the UU principles were applied to current world problems? Adults will have the opportunity to share their ideas and wisdom with the UU children in this intergenerational program.
Marnie will be talking about the church.
This marks our final formal gathering of the season. It will include a potluck cookout (bring a dish to share and something to grill), a talent show, and will be followed by the annual membership meeting.
This will be a panel discussion led by members of our fellowship whose life experience spans several decades, and will focus on life lessons.
Louis Asher, a multi-faceted former employee of 3M, and an experienced instructor, returns to Lake Fellowship to present these important environmental points. Many people are aware that global warming is a critical reason for the need for clean renewable energy. There are at least four other strong reasons including: acidification of the oceans from CO2, health reasons such as mercury contamination from burning coal, national security and economics.
A cowboy, champion roper, star of the wild west shows, Broadway and the movies; a lecturer, humorist, syndicated columnist and the most recognized man in the world in the early 1930’s some say he is the third most quoted source after the Bible and Shakespeare. This will be a short and entertaining biography presented in the words of Will Rogers himself.
A discussion of what makes Lake Fellowship UU tick. Board Chair Dan Larson will discuss historical volunteer positions and plans for next year. Dan will also demonstrate the new features of our Web site, and provide us with an update on the General Assembly of the UUA.
Lake Fellowship’s Youth Religious Education (RE) members will do a program involving the adults on the environment. Topics will include recycling, stewardship, and clean air and water from a kid’s point of view.
Harry Chalmiers is the President of McNally Smith College of Music, Former Vice President of Berklee College of Music in Boston, former Executive Director of MacPhail Center for Music, and a former member of the Lake Fellowship Unitarian Universalists. Basically, Harry is a guitar player and composer who let his day gig get way out of control. He will perform a program of acoustic guitar music and songs, mostly his own compositions.