Photos of the Week for August 4, 2020 August 4, 2020 • Jennifer Landry Photo of the Week #1 Sheri Linn, UUCW Summer Service Co-ordinator, leads the first session on Sunday, July 5, 2020. The sessions are centered around the theme of Ethics and Unitarian Universalism; the topic that day was “Moral Authority.” (photo by Betty Jenewin) Photo of the Week #2 Beth Posner-Waldron makes phone calls for the Reclaim Our Vote Campaign of the Center for Common Ground and Arizona NAACP on July 9, 2020. Beth is calling people of color in Arizona who are being notified that their registration status may no longer be active and telling them how to check their status. In the background is Beth’s favorite affirmation, #457, from the gray hymnal. It is by Edward Everett Hale and reads as follows “I am only one but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something. And because I cannot do everything I will not refuse to do the something that I can do.” (photo by Evans Waldron) Photo of the Week #3 The women attending the July 11, 2020 Women’s Social Circle via Zoom raise their glasses together. (photo by Kim Napoleone) Photo of the Week #4 Attendees at the July 29, 2020 Virtual Greek Dinner are shown on the computer monitor in the Keyo household. Dining together, abeit virtually, were Maya Desai and Sean Divoll, Cristina and Neil Heffernan, June Davenport, Catherine Roberts, Cheryl and Bruce Leshay, Sue and Kristen Neaz, the Rev. Aaron Payson and Kristen Payson, Rachel and Brian Keyo, Vickie Cox-Lanyon and Pete Lanyon, Moira Rouse and Dianne Mann.They enjoyed a Greek dinner featuring Avgolemono Soup, Lahandolmathes, Lemon and Oregano Roasted Chicken and Loukoumades.(photo courtesy of Rachel Keyo) Photo of the Week #5 In this photo from the UUCW archives, estimated to have been taken in 2002, Claire Breyton plays with, from left, Taeva, Clare and Mariah at Ferry Beach. (photo by Judy Savage) Photo of the Week #6 Time Machine Tuesday! This news clipping from the UUCW archives illustrated a story about a project directed by Rita Pierce, to inform more people of the opportunities for liberal religious fellowship at UUCW.A dozen church volunteers stapled together 3500 brochures describing the church’s activities. They were mailed to the Holden area.The cover of the eight-page brochure was drawn by eleven-year old Kristen Bluemel, daughter of Van and Polly Bluemel.The brochure staplers were Rita Pierce, Polly Bluemel, James and Sally Demetry, Birgit Patterson, Nancy Hancock, Norene Tews, Nancy Paul, Justine Honeyman, Lea Hench, Frances Baumgartner and Russ Kay.