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George Mann on November 1, 2014.

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Folksinger George Mann Performs at UUFSB

Saturday, November 1, 7:30 p.m.

GeorgeMannFolksinger and producer George Mann will be giving a concert at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Stony Brook at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, November 1. A SUNY Stony Brook graduate and former leader of the Graduate Student Employees Union, George Mann sings songs from the last century of labor and social activism, and his own songs are powerful and funny takes on the state of the nation. His concerts are part sing-along, part history lesson, and he can make you shout for joy, send chills down your spine or bring tears to your eyes in the same set.

George created and produced the “Hail to the Thief!” CD series, which featured such folk legends as Tom Paxton, Utah Phillips, Billy Bragg and Magpie, and his work with veterans, unions and anti-war groups has kept him on the front lines for more than 20 years. In 2010, George produced a compilation CD, “Until You Come Home: Songs for Veterans and their Kin,” that addressed the issue of PTSD and the effects of war on those who fight them. His newest CD, “The Almanac Trail” celebrates the labor songs of Pete Seeger and Woody Guthrie. More info at www.georgemann.org.

Come on down for a great night of music, fun, and community! This event is suitable for all ages. Doors open at 7:00 p.m.; suggested donation is $10, but all are welcome and no one turned away for lack of funds!

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It's important that the Fellowship presents a consistent image to the public.  For that reason, the Communciations Committee asks that you use the logos and templates shown below.  If you are unsure how to use these, please contact the Communications Committee for help.  Thank you.  

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50th Anniversary Weekend Events Schedule

Please RSVP to let us know which events you'll be attending. Click here to fill out an RSVP form online, or contact the office by email or phone (631-751-0297).  (To check that your RSVP has been received, click here for a list of RSVPs, updated daily.)

Date

Time

Event

Coordinators

Friday, Oct. 19

7:30 p.m.

Folk/Rock/Variety Concert by Fellowship musicians. Program includes historical narration/musical references to each decade from the1960s to the present.

Linda Cortese and Rich Hall

Saturday, Oct. 20

1:00-4:00 p.m.

Intergenerational Programs to be held indoors and outdoors for all ages; to include burial of time capsule. Refreshments.

Megs Shea and Deborah Hempe

7:00-8:30 p.m.

Classical music concert includes performances on piano, flute, voice, violin and oboe; selections range from Mozart, Schumann, Telemann to Gershwin to an original composition written for the occasion.

Julie Doczi

9:00-11:00 p.m.

"Dance the Decades Away" with Steve Rieber providing the tunes from the early days of the Fellowship to the present. Be ready to cut the rug as Steve spins the tunes through the UUFSB's 50 years.  The songs will surely bring back pleasant memories and wild times. Feel free to bring your own wine or beer.

Greg Maggio with djs, Gayle & Steven Rieber

Sunday, Oct. 21

10:30 a.m.

Sunday service. Speaker: The Rev. Dr. Fredric Muir, Senior Minister, UU Church in Annapolis, MD and Minister on Loan to us in 1982. (Also includes televised greetings from UUA President, Peter Morales.)

Rev. Margaret Allen

11:45 a.m.

Dedication ceremony for the building and grounds.
Reception and buffet to follow.

Worship Associates & Rev. Allen

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Display tables of Fellowship historical artifacts, photographs of previous sites; activities

Summer 2013 Fellowship Help

Healthy Happy Summer to All: AND If You Need Fellowship Help, Here's How To Get It:
 
I am writing from Louisville, KY, the site of this year's UU Association General Assembly, to remind you about the protocol for getting pastoral emergency care while I am afield working, resting and putting together and new congregational year for us.
 
In case of personal emergency (shocking news, sudden loss, medical emergency, death in your web of loved ones, for instance), call Maureen Shaiman and/or Linda Kirk (find contact information below). Our congregational Administrator, Susan Catanzaro, can also assist you during office hours, 10:30-4:00 M-F. Your contact will listen to what is going on for you and the two of you will decide about next steps.
 
Our very skilled Pastoral Assistants can handle most situations and can rally others in the congregation if many hands would help. If it is determined that a minister's counsel or presence is needed, the person you contact will get in touch with me and let me know what is going on. Then I will talk with you. That is how it will work when I am on study leave (see my schedule below). When I am on vacation, a Long Island UU minister will be on-call and respond if needed. Same process, just a different (competent and kind) minister calling you at the end.
 
Remember: any of the Pastoral Assistants would be happy to help you with non-emergency pastoral needs as well.  If you just need someone to be present to what is going on for you, to help you think something through, find some resources or information, or even if all you need is a little company, give one of them a call.
 
I will be watching my email, folks, so feel free to keep me in the loop. Take good care of one another, everyone!
Rev. Margie
 
Contact Information for Office, Board President and Pastoral Assistants:

OFFICE
Susan Catanzaro, Congregational Administrator, ; 631-751-0927

BOARD PRESIDENT
Maureen Shaiman, (President of the Board of Trustees, ; 631-588-8292 (h)
Note: Maureen will be on vacation 7/16-8/15. While she is away, coverage will be as follows: 7/16-7/28 Rich Hall, ; 7/29-8/15 John Robinson, .

PASTORAL ASSISTANTS
Linda Kirk, Chair, ; 631-473-0689 (h); 631-356-5980 (c)
Note: Linda Kirk will be on vacation 7/21-7/28. While she is away, Linda Volkersz will cover for her, , 631-751-6089.
Linda Mikell, ; 631-656-5848 (h); 631-796-1862 (c)
Karen Foernsler, ; 631-751-2771 (h); 631-786-4825 (c)
Alice Cialella, , ; 631-928-6828 (h); 631-525-3914 (c)
Dorothy Hoffmann, (rides and meals); 631-331-2659 (h)
Megs Shea, ; 631-751-6407 (h); 631-245-7936 (c)
Linda Volkersz, , ; 631-751-6089 (h); 631-371-9102 (c)
Ginger Williams, ; 631-689-8788 (h)
 
Rev. Margie's General Assembly, Vacation and Study Leave Schedule
6/17-6/23, General Assembly in Louisville, KY (denominational)
6/24-7/6, study leave (2 weeks)
7/7-7/13, UUFSB work week
7/14-7/27, vacation (2 weeks)
7/28-8/11, study leave (2 weeks)
8/12-14, 3-day workshop in Boston (Culture, Diversity and Change: Developing Skills for Inclusive Community)
8/15, minister back in the Fellowship saddle
8/18 and 8/25, minister-led services
9/1, final  service of the Summer Service Series
9/8, Homecoming Service: Water Communion
                       (wear sea shades: blue, green, teal, sparkly)

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