of Scituate, Massachusetts
First Parish
Unitarian Universalist Church
"What's Happening": November 13-20th
Posted on November 11th, 2011

Sunday Worship Service

" That All Shall Come “
November 13, 2011
10:30 AM
Rev. Mr. Stephen Cook

Religious Education News

THANKSGIVING FOOD DRIVE at First Parish Scituate
Sunday, November 13th for Non-Perishable Items
November 13: Grades 1-8 Holiday pageantry - introduction, choose parts. OWL


Snowflake Fair is Fast Approaching!

Time for Team Snowflake to warm up!
As many of you know, the Snowflake Fair is our most profitable fundraiser of the year. It’s also a cherished First Parish holiday tradition that strengthens and celebrates our church community. This event brings all of our energy and talents together for one action packed day! How will you take part in Team Snowflake this year? Here’s the “special teams” and “positions” you have to choose from:


SPECIAL TEAMS POSITIONS
FUDGE SHOP fudge-maker or candy-maker
BAKE TABLE baker (baked goods, jellies, canned items, etc)
SEWING AND CRAFTS artisan (make something…anything...to sell)
JEWELRY contributor (new or used jewelry for resale)
GIFT BASKETS shopper (theme items for baskets)
XMAS TREASURES contributor (gently used decorations for resale)
SOUP LUNCHEON cook (large batches of any kind of soup or chili)

Add your name to the beautiful sign up sheet on the bulletin board in the old Sloop Room this Sunday! Or email Kim Ryan to let her know which POSITIONS you will PLAY! kimryan47@comcast.net

Next newsletter we’ll talk COACHES and INNINGS (ok, I know baseball season’s over, but it works. You’ll see). Until then…GO TEAM SNOWFLAKE!


The Fididdlers

Claire Sherman is keeping an inventory of items ready for the fair. If you’ve been Fididdling at home, please let her know what you have to add to the list. It will help us in planning our display tables. clairesherman@comcast.net

Don’t forget….Every Wednesday… the Fididdlers meet in the Old Sloop Room 10:30 am to 1 pm

Happenings

Saturday, November 12
9:30 - 11 AM Steel Magnolias
Wednesday, November 16
10:30 AM -1 PM Fididdlers
6 to 7 PM AA

This weekend is Lou Geyer’s 90th birthday.

Lou was a member of First Parish from the early 1970’s and was very active for many years before retiring.

To send a card to Lou, his address is
Lou Geyer
The Village at Duxbury
290 Kings Town Way Apt 132
Duxbury, MA 02332

- Alma Morrison

Please email Maggy at the church office with any items to be included in the What's Happening (weekly) and Sloop's Log newsletters. Calendar items and meeting days and times would be very helpful.

Be sure to mention if it is the Sloop’s Log or Weekly What’s Happening you are submitting items for. Thank you!




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