Performance of Interest

John Countryman, volunteer OU instructor, is directing a play that will be performed at First Unitarian Universalist Church next weekend.  Hope you can make it!

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TSCOR’s Mission is Newsworthy!

A new ad to recruit volunteer drivers ran in the Richmond Times-Dispatch yesterday. We thought you’d like to see! Do YOU have the drive?

Do YOU have the Drive? RTD, June 12, 2019

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Social Seen

Just in case you missed it in the Sunday Richmond Times-Dispatch, here is our appearance in the Social Seen (click here).  What a wonderful time!

 

 

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Be Kind

Virginia “Gini” Bonnell shared her journey last Thursday during lunch at the Open University in a talk entitled, Choose Kindness, Change the World.  She spoke about the life-changing inspiration that led her to create the “Be Kind” signs.  To get others involved, Gini had signs for everyone in the room and encouraged us to hang them outside in a place where they would be seen.

Well, I did just that and wanted to share it with all of you!  If you have a “Be Kind” sign that you have hung, send me a picture (jadams@TSCOR.org) and I will be happy to share it here with everyone too!  What a good message to spread – Julie

 

 

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OU This Thursday

Come to the Open University this Thursday, May 16, at 11:00 am to hear Harry Wistrand present Charles Darwin: The Formative Years (1809 – 1831) and then the next week, on May 23, Charles Darwin: The Beagle Years (1831 – 1836). 

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Wishing all the moms out there a Happy Mother’s Day!!

And, there are some informative offerings the next two Mondays at the Open University!  Just in time for spring, come to St. Luke at 11 am this Monday, May 13, and  find out about Container Gardening with Marlene Scott and then next week, on May 20, Wild Edible Plants with Allison Meehan.  We hope you can join us!

Have a beautiful day!

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A Good Day for the OU

There’s a lot going on at the OU this Thursday.  Why don’t you join us!?!

And come a bit early, at 11 am, and hear Mike Flynn talk about The Psychological Impact of Heart Surgery on Patients & Family.

We hope to see you on Thursday!

 

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Open University Schedule Updates

The Open University four-week mini course Planners and Precedent: Landscape Design Throughout the Ages (Mondays, 11:00 – 12:00, St. Luke Lutheran Church) has been postponed to another term. In its place you’ll find these four classes: Native Plants as Garden Subjects on April 29 with Ernie Wilson; Bees as Pollinators on May 6 with Rick McCormick; Container Gardening on May 13 with Marlene Scott; and Wild Edible Plants on May 20 with Allison Meehan.

In addition, the Medicine and Science lecture The Canals of Mars and the Gastrointestinal Tract (Thursday, May 2, 11:00 – 12:00, First Presbyterian Church) has been cancelled. Please join us the following week on Thursday, May 9 for Psychological Impact of Heart Surgery Patients presented by Mike Flynn.

 

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Happy Spring Holidays!

We want to wish everyone a Happy Easter and Happy Passover.

Let’s all visualize PEACE and work together until it happens!

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Happy National Volunteer Week!!!

And you thought we forgot.  Are you kidding?!  That would be impossible!

Our volunteers are among the best volunteers in Richmond and we are so blessed to have every one of them.  We thank them for their dedication, contributions, personalities and energy.  Without our volunteers, we would NOT exist – literally!

Here are some photos from our 35th Anniversary Celebration this past March, honoring the work of our volunteers.  They are beyond amazing and we are so grateful – Julie

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