Dear HSG Members and Friends,
I hope to see you on Wednesday the 21st of May for our monthly meeting at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. This month we have a guest speaker Dr. Donna Waller , Professor Emerita from Santa Fe College. She will be speaking to us about American History, specifically, Our Founders and Religion. She’s an engaging speaker and possesses a great depth of knowledge of history and political science. The meeting begins at 7pm; come early and enjoy the company of your fellow Humanists. We’ll have the usual coffee, and a few other refreshments provided. Please bring a little something, if you’re so inclined, to add to the cheer.
As summer approaches, I have been planning some recreational activities to Beat the Heat! Namely, a Docent-led tour of the Harn with lunch at Camellia Court, a pool party on Saturday, June 14th hosted by Annie Thomas, tubing down the Ichetucknee river, and yes, blueberry picking. For now, mark your calendars for Annie’s pool party on the 14th, and I’ll get days and times for you on the other stuff as I nail down the details.
Please join us Wednesday the 21st to hear Dr. Waller. Show up, and show your interest! As always, I welcome your communications and comments.
Humanist Society of Gainesville