Today's Program: Boonerang
Presented by Katie Mack and Rachel McKinney
Boone allows people to leave but never really leaves people. Boone has changed rather dramatically over the past decades and when you are called to return, you find both the familiar and unfamiliar. Two members, Katie Mack and Rachel McKinney, reflect on what they've found and what they continue to seek in the community and in BUUF after decades-long absences.
After the Service: Interdependence Potluck Picnic
at Alice and Earl’s Home
Directions to the Picnic: Follow US Highway 421 to South towards Mountain City, Tennessee. At the North Carolina—Tennessee Line, take a left onto Old Us Hwy 421. Drive ½ mile. Mailbox says NAYLOR. (If you’re on US Highway 421 and you cross into Tennessee, Sharpie’s Restaurant will be on the left and a fireworks stand on the right; that means you’ve gone too far.) Park behind the drive-thru barn. Folks with mobility issues may drive up the driveway to the garage and park. There is wheelchair access on the east side of the patio. In that case, you will need to drive on the lawn at the garage. Note: Please do not enter the 110-year-old barn, as it may not be safe. Children must be supervised by an adult while at the pond.