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Newsletter template 1 10 100%

Newsletter 1/10/16 Upcoming Events Worship theme for 1/17/16 Bible Study @ Murphy-Fletchers 7pm II Timothy chapter 3 Priesthood Meeting 6:30 @ church to present a new mission opportunity with NCI 1/12 “Believe!” 1/13 John 1:1-11, Isaiah 62:1-5, Bible Study 7 @ Sundstroms 1/19 Members Meeting 6:30 @ church Guest ministry–Caravan for Christ youth program-POTLUCK FOLLOWING 1/20 1/24 Worship Commission 6:30 @ church (Lent) 1/25 1/26 Bible Study @ Logans group 7pm Funday Sunday great opportunity to bring youth and “non-churched” friends or those more comfortable with a casual experience Birthdays this week:


May June 2017 (1) 99%

Jane Deering, LMSW • Lisbeth Harcourt, LMSW • Mary Kozonis, LMSW • Linda Langmore, LMSW • Debra Mattison, LMSW • Alena Williams, LLMSW • Lauren Spencer, LLMSW MONDAY Guided Meditation 12-1 pm Yoga 6-7 pm Patient Group 6-8 pm Family and Friends Group 6-8 pm 6 13 Guided Meditation 12-1 pm Yoga 6-7 pm Breast Cancer Potluck 6-7:30 pm Patient Group 6-8 pm Family and Friends Group 6-8 pm Programs hosted at offiste partner locations are listed in italics.


December 2014 Jefferson Community Newsletter 95%

     Positive future orientation Peer pressure resistance skills Pro-social peer relationships Positive management of emotions Empathy with parents/caregivers 3 4 John Nilsen Concert at the Jefferson United Methodist Church Saturday, December 6th, 7:00pm Following Community Potluck at 5:30pm Pianist John Nilsen is one of the most successful recording artists in the Northwest.


FINAL April Newsletter 87%

2 1 UMASS LOWELL VSA APRIL 2014 NEWSLETTER Eboard Member Biography April 2014 Viet Le displaying his leadership skills at Potluck.



*Bring a dish for our potluck on April 4th *Drop off your kids for Kids Night Out on Apr 18th and go out for fun!


Raspberry Ridge 2013 letter size 79%

campers play and sing in worship service at Chapel Hill Bible Church Sunday, June 16, 5:00pm, Potluck Family Picnic at Raspberry Ridge Fees $300 postmarked by April 19, $315 afterward (space permitting) Junior Camp For Rising 2nd - 7th graders Students with a minimum playing level Bach “Minuet 1” (violin, viola) Rigadoon (cello) are eligible.



½ Day 16th – 1:00 – 5:00 PM Work Day followed by a Family Potluck Dinner at 5:00 PM 28th – 5:30 – 7:00 PM Mandatory Parent Orientation September 1st – Labor Day ~ No School *SNACK:



½ Day 16th – 1:00 – 5:00 PM Work Day followed by a Family Potluck Dinner at 5:00 PM 28th – 5:30 – 7:00 PM Mandatory Parent Orientation September 1st – Labor Day ~ No School *SNACK:


Daniel 75%

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BP V4 75%

Beverages Provided Pasta Mia Pizza and Maggianos Pasta (BYOB) Water and juice boxes will be provided for the kids Potluck Sign up with Tammy Dugo and Mirella Baillie to bring an app, side dish or dessert.  Apps can be brought when you arrive. Dinner or dessert items ­ bring at 4:45 Bake off Our Second Year!! Who will dethrone the reining champ Becki Laffery?  Contact Mirella Baillie if you want to enter  Cookie bake sale Bring home made cookies to sell at 2:00 ­ Contact Mirella Baillie for info Games Sign up for Volleyball or Bags. Bring a few bucks to play a combined cash prize!


calendar 75%

(in Parish Hall) 18 Food Pantry Collection 19 8:45am Orthros 10:00am Divine Liturgy No Sunday School 11:30am Coffee Hour 10 11:00am Church Tour 5:00pm Great Vespers 16 17 6:30pm DOP/Philoptochos combined Christmas Potluck (at Catherine Madcharo’s) 3:00pm SS Christmas Program Rehearsal &


MSE Application for Listservs 74%

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submission details 73%

Food- this event is potluck, everyone will be bringing in some food- so feel free to pitch in.


FullerEm Course Portfolio Essay 70%

The artifacts that populate this collection include my handwritten notes from the first day of class, two online discussion posts displaying conversations between my colleagues and I regarding factoids related to my research, the results of an in-class brainstorming exercise related to my Capstone project alongside a skit that Frances and I wrote and performed as a class activity, and finally, two thank you notes from my colleagues and images of some members of my cohort during our final meeting this quarter, which took the form of a potluck at a colleague’s home.


jan-dec2015 63%

We will have a potluck fellowship following the service to spend some time with him and his family.


2017-2018 Pack Calendar 62%

The party will include a potluck, dessert, and scouting presentations, The main dish and drinks will be provided by the Pack;


2019 August GCTC Newsletter 61%

Don’t forget the fruit themed potluck at the next meeting 8 Aug.


The Geezer Gazette - June 2017 53%

This will be a potluck so please bring enough to share.


2019 October GCTC Newsletter 52%

Frank and Laurie submitted Holiday Potluck lists and volunteers to assist in organizing a community hunt for senior citizens on Juno beach.


2019 November GCTC Newsletter 48%

The Holiday Potluck volunteer lists were available for members to sign up to bring goodies for the December Holiday Party on 12 December.