Newsletter of the UU Church, Odessa, Texas
403 E. 42nd St, Odessa, TX 79761
(432)366-7337 Worship at 10:00 am www.uuodessa.org
Worship Schedule for July 2018
|July 1||The Four Agreements||June|
|July 15||Review of "Directorate - S", by Steve Coll (US vs Pakistan politics)||David|
|July 22||Voltaire - Alan Kors||Don|
|July 29||Emerson - AshtonHichols||Jim|
My class reunion was fun. It was unique in that we had 15 men and 11 women. Men
usually die earlier than women, but we beat the odds. We have decided to meet
again in two years on our eightieth birthday
Our tennis hero Roger Fedderer is
retiring. Don has enjoyed watching him in tournaments for many years. We are sad
that Roger is leaving the game.
Cliff has had and is continuing to have great pain and problems with his jaw.
Hopefully we can get all of this taken care of, even if he has to have surgery
in San Antonio.
The annual Gathering of Circles begins
August 1 in New Mexico and the Vision Quest will be the week after. This has
been and is continuing to be a busy summer.
and Lois: Granddaughter Lia Grace
will enroll at Yale this fall. Daughter Karen will be in Beijing for a month
this summer with her family. Son Carrick will be traveling in Europe soon. We
will be pretty much at home, except for the Ft. Davis Cyclefest in September.
Jim and Bear have been mildly sick with head colds recently, but are doing
better. Bear has been doing a lot of volunteer work at the Midland Rape Crisis
Center. Her interest in gardening has revived and she has planted various plants
in the yard. Jim is studying an online Spanish course. He is also preparing to
teach a course in opera for Continuing Education at Midland College this fall.
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The Clan of the Frog Pond menís group meets each Thursday evening at 8 PM at David Egglestonís home, 1605 W. Tennessee, Midland. Men are invited to share their life experiences and feelings in a secure, supportive atmosphere following Native American tradition. For more information contact David at 352-3681, or Cliff at 550-3302.