Moments after being affirmed as our new settled minister, Rev. Kathryn Bert looks as happy as we are. This was the best day in at least a decade at UUCV, joyous and affirming.
Here you will see photos of past events for the last 12 months, showing the most recent first.
Under the continuing leadership of Ross Montgomery, UUCV's "road warriors" collected 17 bags of litter (not counting tires, cardboard boxes, etc., and other items which would not fit into bags) and 5 bags of recyclables. This is how this group helped make the world a better place on Valentine's Day 2017. (Ross' crew is always open to new recruits. To volunteer, contact Ross Montgomery.)
Starting in late summer 2016, at least 15 volunteers (often more) labored to spiff up our venerable RE building. Here are a few photos taken on October 1 of a few laboring on the downhill part of this task -- getting the paint on. What you don't see is the old siding coming off, the new siding going on, a window being walled in, pickup-loads of debris being hauled away, and all the interior work that happened in parallel with the painting. The crew chief says that the RE building took 25 gallons of paint. We are blessed with the hard work and skills of so many. Clicking on the picture will take you to more photos of this event.