He’s back! Enjoy an early Spring afternoon with BING FUTCH, a musician as unique and fun as his name implies. Using Appalachian mountain dulcimer, Native American flute, ukulele, drums and electronic effects, Bing deftly navigates the varied waters of traditional and modern Americana with passion, wit and a genuinely huge heart for sharing music with a crowd. He switches the channels on style with every new song. His casual way with an audience, coupled with a fierce originality on the lesser known mountain dulcimer, makes each show a one-of-a-kind and good-timing romp.
A CHILI SUPPER will follow Bing’s performance. Meat and vegetarian options will be available.
Tickets are $10.00 for each event and can be purchased separately in the Narthex Sunday mornings after service or online at https://bingandchili.eventbrite.com. Tickets will be on sale at the door, as available. Cash or check only.
Please share this event with family and friends via email, social media, and any other means available to you. We hope to see you there!
P.S. Volunteers needed! Sign up on the volunteer sheet in the narthex.Bing Futch Flyer 2020
Find out about the worst hurricanes to hit Florida! Everyone is invited to the first seminar on Friday, February 7th, 10:30 to 11:30 in the Social Hall. On Valentine’s Day, the seminar has a Seminole Indian Wars expert, Christopher D. Kimball of Tallahassee, as our guest historian. We’ll talk about the facts, the weird stuff, and the wonderful state of Florida. Dress is casual. Come and have some Friday morning fun with us! Details: Contact Julie Champion.
UU the VOTE is a UUA initiative to mobilize UU Congregations and members to engage in the 2020 election. A great way to get involved right away is to sign up to be a poll watcher. Poll watchers observe the voting process inside the polling place and outside the building to help ensure that no one is discouraged from voting.
There are over 100 polling places in Lake County, and there are three elections this year – the Presidential Preference Primary on March 17th, the Florida Primary on August 18, and the General Election on November 3rd. In addition, each election has at least 8 days of Early Voting. So, many poll watchers are needed. Training is provided. If you would like to learn more, please contact member Jane Hepting.
A New Member Ceremony will be held during the Sunday Service on January 26. Come welcome our latest additions to the Congregation!
A By-laws Review Committee met during the spring and summer of 2019 and recommended UUCLC By-laws revisions to the Board. The Board held a workshop on October 2 to review these revisions, shared their comments back with the Committee and is now sharing the draft with the voting members of the Congregation for their comment and/or questions. Members may go to the Members Area of the website (you must be logged in as a member) to view the document with the proposed changes.
Announcement of the Revised By-laws will be made from the pulpit on Sundays, December 22 and December 29. The deadline for submission of comments and questions from Congregation is January 10, 2020.
The Congregation members’ vote on the proposed By-laws has been scheduled for Sunday, January 26, 2020, immediately after the Sunday Service and before Potluck.
If you are a member but do not have a password to log in as a member, please email a request (with your name and email address) to email@example.com; Val Rosado will contact you to set up a password.
Support the Stand Down event for homeless veterans happening Saturday, November 16 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm at 101 East Maud Street in Tavares. Stand Down refers to a grassroots community-based program designed to help the nation’s estimated 107,000 homeless veterans. Homeless veterans are brought together and are provided access to community resources needed to begin addressing their individual problems and rebuilding their lives. This event is sponsored in part by The Veterans Organization of Resource & Recovery for the Homeless in Eustis. The planning committee is asking for help in collecting items for the veterans and in finding veterans to act as ‘Battle Buddies’ to the homeless vets during the Stand Down event. Their job will be to escort homeless veterans around the event. Signup sheets, the list of items requested, and a bin for collecting them are available onsite at UUCLC.
Open to the public! Come to UUCLC between 8 and 11 am on Saturday, November 9th for a wonderful homemade breakfast. The breakfast will include pancakes, scrambled eggs, juice, coffee, water, and sausage or bacon (with sugar-free & gluten-free options available). The cost is $10/adult $5/children(under 12) and of course Veterans Eat FREE!!! Tickets are on sale after Sunday services or at the door. Call 352-805-8451 for more information.
Come sing a song with me! We will start choir rehearsals on November 5 and meet weekly at UUCLC on Tuesdays at 5 PM.