Photo of the Week #1:
In this December 11, 2005 photo from the UUCW archives, Joan Webster, now of blessed memory, talks to children in the Religious Education program about her family’s holiday traditions. (Photo by Betty Jenewin)
Photo of the Week #2:
In this December 11, 2005 photo from the UUCW archives, Joan Webster, now of blessed memory, makes crafts with children in the Religious Education program. In the foreground is a drawing one of the youngsters made of Joan. (Photo by Betty Jenewin)
Photo of the Week #3:
Sheri Linn, left, discusses what she will say for a video promo for the Summer Services, filmed by videographer Betty Jenewin. Sheri, the Summer Services co-ordinator, will oversee a Tapestry of Faith Curriculum from the UUA exploring Ethics and UUism. Betty is working with Vickie-Cox Lanyon as the Video Team; both are among those currently taking the online course “Video Ministry.” (Photo by Vickie Cox-Lanyon)
Photo of the Week #4:
This newspaper photo from the UUCW scrapbooks ran with a story detailing the Wolfson family’s participation in a “Save the Children Foundation” project. The family began in 1956 by contributing to the welfare of a child living in Greece. Their sponsorship expanded to that of the child’s whole family. According to the story, the aim of the project was to convince people that they can do something about their poverty. In addition to exchanging letters three to four times a year, the Wolfsons sent clothing and medical supplies. The article also mentions that son Charles was a member of the Liberal Religious Youth of the Unitarian Universalist Association.