July 17, 2022 | 11:15am – 12:15pm | Heritage Room & Zoom Presented by Simona Charles, MSW, BBM Simona Charles is a member of the Shoshone-Paiute Tribes of the Duck Valley Reservation, where she grew up. The reservation was created by President Rutherford Hayes late in the 19th Century and occupies parts of the states…

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(From Braiding Sweetgrass – Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants). This is the book chosen by the TED reading group. The guidelines for the Honorable Harvest are not written down, or even consistently spoken of as a whole – they are reinforced in small acts of daily life. But if you were…

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June 16, 2022 It is with a heavy heart that we share news that Barb Kuhlmann died in her sleep during a house fire early this morning. She lived alone.   Barb has been our Christian Education and Youth Director for more than ten years. She was also a beloved preschool teacher at PUNS (Parkway…

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Alzheimer’s News June 2022 June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month, so here are some facts and figures. More than 6 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s. The cost of caring for those with Alzheimer’s and other dementia is estimated to have totaled $355 billion in 2021, increasing to more than $1.1 trillion (in today’s…

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1st & 3rd Tuesdays | 1:45 Fellowship | 2:00pm book discussion| via ZOOM TAD will discuss the first half of the novel The Mammy. “Mammy” is what Irish children call their mothers, and The Mammy is Agnes Browne—a widow struggling to raise seven children in a North Dublin neighborhood in the 1960s. We’ll read about…

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Sunday, May 15 | 12:00pm | back parking lot and playground We are ready to launch our free interfaith Sprouts of Peace 2022-2023 for Pre-K through 5th graders — kids that age out can be helpers! We are so pleased to be doing this again with our Muslim and Jewish friends – as well as…

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Mining for Memories A great opportunity to look back at your life and build relationships now. We share a word or a phrase that might spark a memory – eg. stairs, library, all work and no play, water, train, a fool and their money are soon parted, eyeglasses, button, turn the other cheek. Wednesday, May…

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Alzheimer’s News May 2022 The benefits of Music for People Living with Alzheimer’s: Music offers people living with Alzheimer’s the priceless opportunity to connect to their pasts and the people who love them. As the disease progresses, this medium can be used as an efficient tool for self-expression and engagement. With flexibility and creativity, music…

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