Come join us for an evening out with your BUUF Friends. A chance to get to know each other better, and share some laughs and good -natured competition as well. We meet in Founder's house. Please bring: a couple of your favorite games, a snack for adult tastes, your favorite adult drinks and (very) casual attire. Hope to see you then!
Contact: Katie Mack, email@example.com
*P.S. Adult = 18 years to 99 years old.
The Sunday womens' group is meeting this Sunday, February 23, from 12:15-1:30 p.m. upstairs in Founder's House. Topic: Resilience in an Unpredictable World, with focus on our roles as women and society. From Katie Mack: I am suggesting a very short podcast to start us off: Rick Hanson, "Building Resilience Muscles". I accessed it through You Tube. Dr. Hanson gives an introduction to the cognitive aspects of developing resilience,and the "intramuscular muscles" we can strengthen.
Here as well is a reading: https://www.success.com/rohn-7-traits-of-the-most-resilient-people/
I'd like to suggest the following sequence:
1. Introductions and check-in.
2. Review of some resilience strategies in the Pod cast and our own.
3. Being mindful of taking turns and not interrupting or offering advice without permission.
4. And as always...Confidentiality: "What is said here, stays here."
This is a potluck Sunday, so fix your plate and join us!
MMIP Coalition of NC is hosting an event called Missing Murdered Indigenous People's March in Raleigh, NC. Wear Red Rain or Shine! Saturday April 25, 2020 Capitol Grounds, South Side, Please meet on the Morgan Street side to the right of the Washington Statue, in the approved area.
10:00 a.m. Speakers Check in Community can sign banner or hand-print banner
11: 00 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. Prayer
12:00 noon – 1:00 p.m. March
1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Rally featuring ~ Speakers on the issues and performers
2:50 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Wrap Up
Click here for details and to RSVP.
For More Information or to sponsor please visit the MMIP website.
Taz Kim is a female, twenty-year Air Force veteran who served in Afghanistan. She has devoted herself to serving veterans in the High Country through volunteerism and sweat equity, erasing apparent boundaries with her persistence, dedication, and humor.
Some notes from her presentation:
BUUF WOMEN'S FORUM: this Sunday, February 9, 12:15 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Upstairs in Founder's House. Bring your own snack/lunch if you choose.
Come join in a discussion regarding various topics related to Women's Issues. The group is open, and on a drop-in basis. All ages, All are welcome.
We will continue our discussion from last session about making a daily appointment with yourself for some "Me Time". Write it on your calendar; use your cell to remind you, or other apps. Arrangements for child care are not finalized yet.
Contact for further info: Katie Mack, firstname.lastname@example.org (No session if Church Services are canceled due to weather. )
p.s. My book, Circle of Stones, was lent out. Forgive me, I am not sure who has it, but please return so I can use next time. Thanks. Katie
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