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Antiracism Book Group
Sunday January 17, 6:30pm on Zoom
Our book this month is an interactive workbook, where you do all the work! Here is a free online copy of this workbook (for individual use only). Yes, this will take some time, but you will be rewarded with a much deeper understanding of the black/white caste system in our lives and in our hearts. AND you will become a better ancestor! The Follen Antiracism Book Group meets to discuss this on Sunday, January 17 at 6:30pm on Zoom. To join, watch the newsletter for the link or email Robin Tartaglia at email@example.com.
It’s a New Year! Help say good-bye (or good riddance!) to 2020 and welcome in 2021. All are welcome to participate – singles, couples, families, newcomers and old-timers. We have two dinners scheduled – one on Sunday, January 24 and the other on Saturday, January 30. These will be potluck dinners via Zoom, and there will be no assignments or pre-dinner prep – just a chance to gather and break bread with new and old friends. You only need to signup on Signup Genius (links in newsletter) and an invite with a link will be sent to you before the dinner. Please contact Steph Chiha at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or difficulty signing up.
Nutrition and our Emotional and Physical Health during Covid
Thursday January 28, 7pm, on Zoom
Join us for a Zoom presentation on January 28 at 7pm by Julie Freeman, RD, nutritional, lifestyle coach and integrative medicine expert. Julie will discuss ways to deal with Pandemic Fatigue, Depression, Anxiety and other imbalances in our lives that effect emotional and physical health/illness, including diet, supplements, isolation, sleep, and fitness. Participants should register at email@example.com and may submit a question they would like addressed by the presentation.
This presentation is paid for by a donation in memory of Arlie Langseth, long time Follen member involved in the work of Volunteer Service Network and Caring Congregation Committee for many years. Arlie was a life-long advocate for those less fortunate and had a dedicated career as nutritionist and planner for Project Hope programs for women and children in need.
Join the party! Usually, we get together for dinner but this year we will be meeting on Zoom. There will be fun for young and old. Music, dancing, special guests Charles and Eliza Follen, and a brief update on our annual stewardship campaign.
Please RSVP here to ensure you receive the Zoom link that will be sent shortly before the party starts.
We’ll have fun learning how to sing better, exploring the secrets of expressive performance, sharing our love of music and our friendship. Contact Shaylor Lindsay at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to join as a new member.