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Saturday April 22 - 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Adopt-A-Road Cleanup and Potluck
Mark your calendar to attend our spring Adopt-A-Road Cleanup event from 10am until noon on Saturday, April 22nd, followed by a potluck. Our Fellowship voted to adopt 2 miles of road near the intersection of Fort Clatsop Road and Lewis & Clark/Logan Road. We have committed to the County to clean the roadsides twice a year.
For this project we will meet at the home of Michael Rowe (90504 Logan Rd, Astoria, OR, 97103) which is across from the Netel Grange. Safety vests, litter pickers and garbage bags will be provided. Bring your gloves, light raingear and a dish to share at the potluck to follow around noon at Michael Rowe's home. Come help us beautify the area in which we live!
Saturday April 22 - 5:30 p.m.
PUUF Pledge Dinner
This year’s banquet will be a potluck and our gathering place will be the social hall of the First Methodist Church, 11th and Franklin in Astoria.
Please bring the following dish according to the first letter in your LAST name. A-H = Entree; I-P = Side/Salad; Q-Z = Dessert
You're invited to the third annual Spring Pledge Event with your friends at the Pacific Unitarian Universalist Fellowship! Each year we gather to celebrate the progress we’ve made over the past several months, give our Magic Dragon awards to a few folks who have worked extra hard for the Fellowship, and pledge our financial support to the congregation for the fiscal year 2017-18. It’s a lot of fun and we hope YOU will attend! Childcare will be provided. RSVP to tibbitstara@yahoo.com or 360-529-1386 if you haven't already.
Sunday April 23
Rev. Amy Beltaine will deliver a sermon entitled
Like the Grasses
Like the grasses, through the dark and the soil to the sunlight, we shall rise again. We are thirsty, for the waters of life we are reaching, we shall live again. Have there been fallow periods in your life? Times when Winter felt like it would never end? Perhaps you are in a low period now. Every Spring the earth wakes up to new life and reminds us that hope is possible. What sustains us through the painful periods in life?
Rev. Amy Beltaine's ministry of preaching, spiritual accompaniment, and education for congregations and individuals is called "Listen to Heartsong". Amy is affiliated with Atkinson Memorial Church in Oregon City and Oregon's UU Voices for Justice.