Monday, April 26, 2010
(at the end of the last three meetings there has been a brief discussion as to what to do with the $1,300 grant for a memorial of some sort.)
My hat in the ring; Fast doodle of my suggestion for Watres Memorial. Tall in stature yet modest in design, affordable for it's simplicity but fancier and more substantial than a bench. Cement wraparound bench around a planter high enough to protect from deer. Old fashioned stone construction with plaque somewhere. Arthur and I years ago went on car rides and he always wanted to point out the old stone homes left in area. He discussed a monument with me before and wanted a tall sculpture commissioned from an artist as a landmark. But I prefer something living like this which symbolizes more as it could represent a sanctuary of protected plants (as opposed to one artist's vision which is very subjective).
Friday, April 2, 2010
*Registration due April 13th*
Lake Wallenpaupack-Lacawac Sanctuary will offer a “Cultivating
Mushrooms at Home” workshop Friday and Saturday, April 23-24.
Participants will learn how to grow, use and identify mushrooms with
master herbalist Nathaniel Whitmore. The workshop begins on Friday
evening with dinner in the historic Watres Lodge followed by a
presentation introducing the agricultural, culinary, medicinal, and
environmental significance of mushrooms. Saturday will be spent
learning different cultivation techniques; harvesting, storage and
preparing a log with spawn to grow shiitake that you will take home to
harvest in a few months. You will also go on a spring mushroom walk.
Nathaniel's work with mushrooms grew from his experiences as a wild
vegetable and herb forager. Nathaniel harvests a wide variety of
edible mushrooms from the wild. On a good mushroom year he eats wild
mushrooms regularly through the season, along with his home-grown
shiitake mushrooms. He also makes medicine from wild mushrooms, such
as from the famed Reishi (Ling Zhi). Nathaniel recently started the
Upper Delaware Mushroom Society, a member-run mushroom club, in order
to promote mycological education in our region.
The cost for the workshop is $120 which includes your lodging and
meals from Friday dinner-lunch on Saturday. The fee for commuters is
$95 which includes the workshop and meals. Registration and payment
must be received by April 13. Send your check payable to Lacawac
Sanctuary, to 94 Sanctuary Road, Lake Ariel, PA 18436. For more
information about the workshop contact email@example.com
or call 570-689-9494.
Sunday, March 14, 2010
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Friday, March 5, 2010
farther than anyone else. :) Because of some upcoming travels for work, the soonest we could both be there is Saturday, March 27, unless everyone wants to come to Santa Fe for some clearness!
Tuesday, March 2, 2010
SARAH M CUTLER
My plan is to stay AFTER meeting and have a yoga class (Kara is interested, potentially Kristen). We;ll plan on starting around 1 until 2:30 or so. Do bring mats if you have them and want to stay. Suggested donation $12, noone turned away for lack of funds.
This means I'm planning on driving myself down there unless the other folks from here in the North want to stay for yoga. :)
Rev. Sarah Michelle Sarasvati Cutler, R.P.P., R.Y.T.
Thursday, February 25, 2010
Subject: RE: QUAKER MARRIAGE
To: "Barbara Lewis"
Date: Tuesday, February 23, 2010, 8:47 PM
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I hope I am correct and you are the photographer that shot the photos
that went along with this article
If so, would you mind giving these photos out in a higher resolution? I
am the webmiss of a Snow Patrol website and would like to post those
Good to see you the other night. I am wondering if you are interested in
the Rugg bonspiel, which is over the weekend of March 6. My Winter
Carnival teammate, whom you met, Art Boylan, is looking for teammates for
the Rugg. Tricia and I can't do it because we will still be in Ireland.
If you are interested, I will hook you up with Art and maybe you can find
two more people.
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
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Captain Jim Worcester
Commander, 31st Seabee Readiness Group
Commanding Officer, Naval Facilities Expeditionary Logistics Center
1000 23rd Avenue Port Hueneme, CA 93043-4301
From: Jason Curtis [mailto:jdc.jasoncurtis@gmail.
Sent: Sunday, October 25, 2009 23:08
To: Worcester, James A CAPT NFELC, N00; Mary LaBarre; Zack Tolbert; Judy Roberts; Jay Levet; Lauren Worcester
Subject: videos for next week!
Here are some videos for the songs we are doing next week.....................
God of Justice: http://www.youtube.com/watch?
Holy is the Lord: http://www.youtube.com/watch?
Wonderful Maker: http://www.youtube.com/watch?
Lay it Down: There is NO video for this but we did it in church during the combined service
At the Cross: http://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=eOY0mjjmx8Y(Played with Lauren Worcester on the piano) Famous One: http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=NPdFZN-ik1w(though it is not in the same key we play it in)
I am also thinking that we should maybe meet for about an hour or so on Saturday to run through our set. Thoughts? Let me know
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Greetings, Jason & Kristen,
I am very glad to let you know that the consensus of the Sterling Worship Group at our Meeting for Worship with Attention to Business on Sunday, Feb. 21st, 2010, was to accept responsibility for having the two of you be married under the care of this meeting.
We have taken into consideration that you feel this is your spiritual home and that you are willing to work with both a clearness and an overcare committee in preparation for your marriage.
A Clearness Committee consisting of Tony Kearney, David Elliott, and Bev Williams
has been established, and they will be contacting you to set up a time when they can meet with you. North Branch meeting in Forty-Fort left the consensus about this matter in the hands of the Sterling group, but offered to have someone from their meeting sit on the Clearness Committee, and Bev was chosen.
The consensus of the Sterling meeting is that we would like the two of you to have regular contact with either the Clearness Committee or a group of people who attend Sterling/North Branch meeting on a regular basis,with a recommendation that this happen once a month, either by attendance, or by letters, phone calls or emails.
We also encourage you, as a couple, to cultivate ties with Friends in your local community where you live. Your marriage will be under the care of Sterling Worship Group of North Branch meeting until such time as you request to change relationship to a meeting closer to where you live.
We see a good possibility that the role of the Overcare Committee may be more appropriately taken by the meeting in Philadelphia in which you are going to have your marriage ceremony. Arlene Kelly, a visitor attendee of Sterling Meeting, "happened" to be in attendance at meeting for worship this past Sunday and told us that she is a member of Central Philadelphia meeting where you would like to be married. She provided me with her contact info. and the name of the Clerk of Membership Care at that meeting, which is David Nicklin. She will be forwarding me his contact info. as well.
Below this letter is the contact information for the Clearness Committee members and for Arelene Kelly of Central Philadelphia meeting.
We look forward with great joy to our on-going relationship with you as a couple, both before and after your marriage, and will be holding you in the light as we move forward on this path together.
Sterling Worship Group of North Branch Meeting
Barbara Lewis 570-253-8475
Tony Kearney 570-587-5117; cell 570-903-2159; email firstname.lastname@example.org
David Elliott 570-945-9484; email email@example.com
Beverly Williams 570-825-0675; email firstname.lastname@example.org
Arlene Kelly 215-849-0598; email email@example.com
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Suffering from cabin fever? Gather around a warm campfire
to enjoy the sunset and moon
rise over the field at Lacawac
Sanctuary. Roast marshmallows,
sip hot cocoa, then take a
guided walk to Lake Lacawac to enjoy the stillness and beauty
of a winter’s eve. Bring a sandwich or a hot dog to roast on the
fire. One mile round trip walk. Wear warm clothing
and bring a flashlight.
$8, $5 Members, children under 12 free.
LACAWAC SANCTUARY www.lacawac.org
Date: February 27th
Time: 5:30 –7:30 PM