Remarkable People for February

Friday, February 15, 7- 9 pm Fireside Room
Joyce Rhodes and Rich Panter are our Remarkable People for February.

This ongoing series gives us time to learn about each other from the interesting stories of individual lives. Whether you already know them by name or not, you will learn what you don’t know in the evening of sharing and community. Each person talks and there is time for questions and general sociability and usually some sustaining snacks.

You may know Joyce Rhodes as one of our stalwart Membership Greeters’ Team—but you may not know yet that she first performed in church at age 4, has ridden an elephant to Angkor Wat, poached a rattlesnake in Mendocino, and was kissed by a horse in San Francisco. She’ll tell you about what she has learned from challenges, adventures, and joys in 83 years of living.

Rich Panter, a first-year Board member, is in no way new to Unitarianism, having been active across 3 decades in congregations in Massachusetts, South Caroline, and Napa. He grew up in Michigan, new to love jazz from his detective dad who also played in a dance band and has tales to tell about his career as a documentary film-maker.

Come to the Fireside room for a Friday evening of sharing, some snacks, and learning more about our common interests and intriguing differences in life experience.

All are welcome and there will be sustaining snacks too.

And for next month if you want to mark your calendar: March 15: Kristina Gale and Ray Meluch