Several rounds of thanks are in order. First to Ann Harlow, Lisa Maynard, and Gerry Keenan who put on a baked potato bar following the April 8 service. Our planned goulash lunch had to be cancelled when too many of our lunch makers were under the weather … (and thanks to those who put a donation in the basket – $55 to our Village Education Fund!). Next, thanks go to Lynne Cahoon for hosting a dinner with Balázs Scholar Emese Bodor. Finally, let’s thank Anne Greenwood who hosted a dinner when Emese’s brother and his wife visited the Bay Area recently. Meanwhile, our next events are still going ahead:
Sunday, May 20, 9:30 am in the Fireside Room, Balázs Scholar Rev. Emese Bordor will be the Personal Theology speaker. She will speak on “The Importance of Education in Transylvanian Unitarian Communities.” This topic relates to our ongoing Village Education Fund in our Partner Village of Homoródújfalu.
Saturday, June 2, 7 pm in the Fireside Room, join us for a dessert social with conversation and presentations on Transylvania and Unitarians. We will wish Rev. Emese Bodor a fond farewell to UUCB. Our past intern minister, Zackrie Vinczen, will talk about his experience as the 2017 Balázs Exchange Scholar.