Memorial Day with Paul Patton (May 25)

In 1865, Charleston, South Carolina lay in ruin. The city had witnessed the first shots of the Civil War four years earlier. However, on a cool May morning following General Lee’s surrender, freed men and women gathered within the old race course of the city and held the first Decoration Day to honor the dead. As … [Read more…]

Cakewalk Raises $1,021

The UUFA annual cake walk was a huge success again! Thanks to Natalie Barman, Jessie Roberson, Roberta Roberson, and Sam Pattantyus. The cakewalk proceeds are instrumental in getting the UUFA through the fiscal year transition. Nineteen members and friends made delicious goodies which were auctioned off on April 6. The biggest ticket items were Harry … [Read more…]

New Treasurer Welcomed

Kev Polk decided to step down as Treasurer to devote more time to his Seed Homes. We thank him graciously for his hard work and for stepping up in a time of need. Sam Pattantyus was elected to fill the role at our Feb 23 Annual Business Meeting. Her three year term began May 1. … [Read more…]

The 73rd Thoreau Society Annual Gathering –

Dear UU Fellowship of Athens (Ohio), You are cordially invited to join Thoreau enthusiasts for four days of entertaining and informative events and outdoor activities in Concord, Massachusetts. See Annual Gathering Agenda and Registration link herewith. Sincerely yours, The Thoreau Society Annual Gathering Team   Agenda   Thoreau Society Annual Gathering, Concord, Massachusetts, July 9-13.  … [Read more…]

Attention Greensheet Contributors and Committee Chairs

We remind everyone to submit their Greensheet articles and service descriptions no later than the 20th of each month to appear in the following month’s printed version of the Greensheet. This deadline allows us to print and mail the Greensheet on time so that no one misses important information. Committee chairs and regular contributors are encouraged … [Read more…]

Annual Pledge Drive

We are still in the midst of pledge season for the July 2014 to June 2015 fiscal year. Please remember to turn your pledge sheets in to Natalie Barman or Sam Pattantyus. Pledging is important because it allows us to better plan and budget our finances for the next fiscal year. Over the last year … [Read more…]

Flower Communion (May 11)

The Flower Communion is an annual service led by the programming committee that honors the diversity of life and the unique contribution that we each bring to the fellowship community. Please bring a fresh cut flower to the service for our community bouquet. Following service we will enjoy our second-sunday potluck and have a special business meeting.