The Unigram

Newsletter for October 2015

Unitarian Universalist Society of Sacramento

 2425 Sierra Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95825
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October 4
From Indifference to Engagement
Rich Howard, Preaching, with Lay Leader Charlotte Selton
Recognition of October Birthdays; Soup Sunday after church
When does spiritual practice become spiritual bypass? When we become aware of crossing this line, how do we move to re-engage life in all its messiness, complexity, and joy? Rich will explore the many dimensions of both indifference and equanimity to help us distinguish between these two "near enemies."

He will illustrate this distinction with examples of current spiritually grounded actions for climate justice to inspire, engage, and enjoy on the path to the UN Climate Conference in Paris.

Rich Howard has been a Unitarian Universalist since 1979 and a member of UUSS since 1989. He is a retired environmental scientist. Since retirement, he has prioritized studying and teaching insight meditation, working for climate justice, traveling with his wife Mary, studying birds in the wild and teaching about them, and helping UUSS finance and build its new home.
October 11
Loving the World with Arms Wide Open
Rev. Lucy Bunch, Preaching, with Rev Roger Jones
Lay Leader Jim Eastman
Soup Sunday after church
Xenophobia, the unreasonable fear or hatred of foreigners, or of that which is foreign or strange, is alive and well in our country today. Even as people of good will, we often find ourselves staying within our comfort zones.

This sermon explores how we can expand our lives and include more of the "other" without feeling like we have lost our own center of comfort. We will consider how to practice what Quaker educator and activist Parker Palmer calls the "compassionate imagination."
October 18
Seeing the Face of God in the Other
Hon. Dr. Ami Bera, Member of Congress, Preaching, with Rev. Roger Jones
Congregational Meeting after church

Now in his second term, Dr. Bera represents Califo rnia's Seventh District in the United States House of Representatives. He served as Sacramento County's chief medical officer and was a clinical professor of medicine and associate dean at UC Davis. He and his wife, Dr. Janine Bera, have a teenage daughter and reside in Elk Grove. 

Though he considers UUSS his home church, he often visits different faith communities when home in the district, but he attends All Souls Church (UU) in Washington, DC.
Congregational Business Meeting follows the service. Members, sign in please!
October 25
A Series of Scary "F" Words:  Part 1 of 3
Rev. Roger Jones
As Halloween creeps toward us, we launch a series on three words that haunt some people:  Faith, Failure, and Forgiveness.  The first one could be the scariest:  failure.
November 1
Honoring our Beloved Dead 

A Service for All Ages
Rev. Lucy Bunch & Rev. Roger Jones with Worship Leader Charlotte Selton
Special music by Ross Hammond, guitar

UUSS Choir sings with Keith Atwater, Director
with Recognition of November Birthdays. and Soup Sunday after church. 

At the season of All Souls Day we will come together in community to honor the beings we wish to remember and celebrate.  You are welcome to bring a picture or memento of your beloved dead to place on the altar during the service.
October Outreach Offering
We give away half of every Sunday's  offering   to  one
organization per month. Our August contribution to Volunteers of America - Sacramento Senior Safe House was $2,024. Our October offering is shared with the Children's Receiving Home of Sacramento, which is committed to positively impacting the lives of children, youth, and families affected by abuse, neglect, behavioral health issues, and trauma. Their services include emergency shelter, an independent living program, and outpatient medical and mental health services.
  Senior Minister's Message
Real Change!
By Rev. Roger Jones

At an August clergy luncheon at Plates2Go, I learned that St. John's Program for Real Change was founded 30 years ago. Launched by a liberal Lutheran Church, it has been an independent nonprofit for 27 years. 
What first was a shelter and meals program for women and their children has grown to include a job training, coaching, and counseling program. In recent years, St. John's launched Plates Café and Catering near Power Inn Road, and Plates2Go downtown, where women gain work experience. The success rate of women in the program is high, but the waiting list is long.
Over lunch, the leaders asked me if UUSS would take part in St. John's "30 Congregations for 30 Years" campaign in September. Over four Sundays, they would provide brief pulpit announcements and a short video for us. A client of the program would speak briefly to us on one Sunday. I had to say no-or at least, not yet.
UUSS gives away half of our Sunday offering every month, and we gave it to St. John's in the spring. We aren't voting to select our 2016 Community Partners until the October 18 Congregational Meeting, so the earliest we could designate St. John's for the offering would be January. I'm fairly confident that our voting members would select St. John's again, as we have done every year for as long as I can recall.
Some UUSS volunteers buy food and prepare and serve dinner to women and children at the shelter one Wednesday per month. Many of our members enjoy eating at one of the Plates cafes or attending the special Guest Chef night fundraising dinner at Plates on the first Thursday of each month. So do I!
My other connection to St. John's is through the Sacramento YMCA, where I sit on the advisory board. The YMCA offers swim lessons to kids from St. John's and outdoor swimming at the park, so they can have a time and place for fun and friendship with one another AND with kids who are not homeless. Congrats on 30 years to St. John's Program for Real Change!
Yours in service,
PS-However you cast your vote for our 2016 Community Partners, I hope you attend the October 18 Congregational Meeting. And in any case, please know that your generous gifts to the Sunday offering basket send out ripples of kindness, compassion and support far beyond our walls. Thank you!
Where's Rev. Roger in October?
Note the change! I'm taking a Monday course on writing religious history through archival research this semester at Pacific School of Religion . Hence, my office hours will change. Find me at UUSS most Tuesdays, 4:30-6:30 p.m., and Wednesdays and Thursdays, 1:30-6:30 p.m. I'm also happy to make an appointment with you for another time. Indeed, it's good to make an appointment even during office hours. October 2-4, Rev. Lucy and I will be with colleagues at the fall meeting of the UU Ministers Association. And you will find me at our Theater One show this month!
Stay Connected!
Do you know that Mr. Vedell in our UUSS Office sends out my biweekly Ministerial Message e-mail, with invitations and updates as well as a pastoral message? Or that our Religious Education Coordinator sends out a biweekly RE Outreach e-mail, to families and volunteers?
They also post updates on our UUSS Facebook page, and many groups can post UUSS updates on the home page at
Links to the weekly Blue Sheet and printed Unigram are available. For church members, don't miss the glossy UU World denominational magazine-plenty of food for heart and mind. If you still have questions, call the office. You'll find a friendly voice and helpful spirit on the line.
In Loving Memory
By Rev. Roger Jones
Our member Ed Blanchette passed away overnight on September 1 from heart failure. We extend our condolences to his wife, Joanne, and their daughters and grandchildren, and to his friends at UUSS.  Born in 1932, he was reared a Baptist in Boston, became a UU in Alabama while in the military, and joined UUSS on New Year's Day, 1975. A memorial service will take place Saturday, October 31, at 2:00 PM.  Contributions in Ed's memory may be made to the UUSS Endowment Trust or Heritage Fund. 
As noted in the last newsletter, we lost a beloved UUSS friend when Tom Griffin died suddenly during dinner with his longtime companion, Doris Janes, and other friends. We extend our deepest condolences to Doris and to Tom's children and grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, contributions to St. John's Program for Real Change are encouraged to honor Tom's memory.
A Lou Watson Circle of Remembrance- October 9
By Anna Andrews
An informal gathering of friends will offer us the opportunity to share our thoughts about Lou, a generous and very long time UUSS member, Friday, October 9, 11:00 a.m. in the Fahs Classroom at UUSS. Rev. Roger Jones will lead our sharing. Friends and stories are welcome.  

Assistant Minister Message
We Begin Again
By Rev. Lucy Bunch

As the vegetables reach the end of their summer production in our UURTH Song Garden, it's time to plant the fall crop. I love this time of year, the cool nights and mornings and beautiful sunny days. Hopefully we will have lots of rain this fall. But what I love most about autumn is that it holds both endings and beginnings - ending the summer and the heat, but beginning the school year and the church year. In the spirit of new beginnings we are starting a couple of new programs this month on Sunday mornings.
The first is called Sunday Morning Spiritual Practices. On the first four Sundays of the month, at 9:45 a.m. before the service, we will have a 30 minute session of four types of  spiritual practice: labyrinth walking, silent meditation, movement (tai chi or chi quong), and a form of meditative reading called lectio divina. These sessions will help start your Sunday with a calm mind and an open heart. Check the web site and the Blue Sheet for details.  
If meditating is not your thing, we will also offer a series of Sunday morning classes called Exploring Unitarian Universalism. In this case, "UUSS" refers not only to our congregation, but to our association and to Unitarian Universalism as a whole. Each session will present some material, and have time for discussion and sharing of the experiences of church members. Monthly topics will rotate and include Principles and Sources, UU's Faith Development, Social Justice, and Roger's famous overview of UU history. These 45-minute sessions will be held before church (9:30) on the third Sunday of the month, using materials designed for both newcomers and established members.  No registration required. We would love to have you join us.   
I am also recruiting people to co-lead the Exploring Unitarian Universalism and Sunday Morning Spiritual Practices programs. Let me know if you are interested. Materials will be provided. Don't be shy - I would love for lots of folks to participate in leading these programs.
Where is Rev. Lucy in October?
I will be with you on Sunday, October 11 and 25. On October 4 I am attending the Pacific Central District Ministers' retreat in Petaluma. I'll be on vacation October 18-24.  Otherwise, my regular church hours are Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday afternoons. If you'd like to meet with me, it's always best to call or e-mail in advance so I can be sure to be available. Monday is my Sabbath, and I try to avoid e-mail on that day (but fail miserably).
Music Program News
By Keith Atwater, Music Director

I want to share with you one of many wonderful moments I observed at our powerful and moving water communion and re-dedication ceremony events on September 13.  A little girl sat in her father's lap for most of the water communion, but began to fidget and squirm and perhaps become a bit bored (as can happen at any age!). Then the rain-making began. At first she seemed not to notice, but as the sounds grew, a look of curiosity crossed her face. She looked down at the floor; she looked up at the roof; she looked at the people around her; she stopped wriggling; she listened intently. Mesmerized by the sound of "real" rain, a bit surprised and awed, she soaked up the sounds (pardon the pun) like I revel in a symphony. Indeed, the anthem Lucy Holstedt commissioned for the afternoon event resonated in the morning, too! "Our sacred home" IS made of water, and air, and wood, and earth, and I hope we all leave our domed domicile and embrace the earth outside with reverence. I recalled the wisdom of conservationist John Muir, taped to our refrigerator at home. As you know, I'm a teacher, so my sharing this inspiration with you won't be a surprise! Some spiritual water from the east (the Sierras):

Take a course in good water and air; and in the eternal youth of Nature you may renew your own. Go quietly, alone; no harm will befall you.
Keep close to Nature's heart... and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean.
Vivaldi Gloria Sing-along November 1 at UUSS
All ages from all over gather to sing with joy in our new sanctuary!  Sunday, November 1, 3:00 PM at UUSS.  Need a little Baroque in your Life?  Share the joy with singers from all over the region, and come to sing this masterpiece.  Director and accompanist from the Davis Chorale.  Music scores and rehearsal aids available.  Maximum 350 people.  Tickets $12 at  Sacramento Valley Choral Coalition , or see Meg Burnett at UUSS.
October 18 Congregational Meeting Notice
By Gordon Gerwig, Secretary, Board of Trustees
Mark your calendars for our yearly fall congregational meeting of the Members of UUSS,  to be held Sunday morning, October 18, 2015, at 2425 Sierra Blvd.   The meeting begins at 11:45 a.m. and ends by 1:00 p.m. Nursery care will be extended  until the meeting ends. Sign in and receive your agenda and ballot right after the service.  We'll hear updates from the Board, Treasurer, Building Project and ministers.  Our major  business is voting to choose the 12 monthly Community Partner organizations to receive
half of every Sunday's offering in calendar year 2016.  You can find Nomination Forms in  the UUSS Office (but current recipients are automatically listed on the ballot.) Friends and visitors are welcome to attend the meeting but we need a quorum of actual voting  Members to conduct business.
Fill the Building Update
By Mary Howard
On September 13, over 400 people filled the new building, sat in the fully purchased new chairs, feasted their eyes on the new curtains and banners (all paid for), and celebrated as we re-dedicated our home on Sierra Boulevard. It was emotional.
I want to thank everyone for their extra donations toward the cost of furniture, AV equipment, blinds and curtains, kitchen equipment, and so many other items needed for our move back in. Of course, we still have a wish list and welcome further donations in the coming months.
But we have another deadline to meet!  The county gave us until November 30 to finish the landscaping laid out in the architectural plan. We chose to wait to finish planting until the weather was cooler and the plants had a better chance of surviving. That time will be here soon. It will cost $4,000 to buy all the drought-tolerant plants to beautify our campus.
You can help, maybe giving up your daily coffee for a week or forgoing a movie and donating that money to our landscaping project.  Or perhaps you'd like to give a larger amount to purchase a tree or large shrub. You can send a check to the UUSS Office, call the office with your credit card information, or find our table on Sundays in the Welcome Hall. Given the generosity of our members, we can make this happen.
Turkey Day Potluck
We will celebrate Thanksgiving Day again this year, on Thursday, November 26, at 2:00 p.m. This was a lot of fun last year.  This "seeded" potluck has a $5.00 per person donation request and signups start on Sunday, October 11, after the service. For more information, contact Laurie Jones.
Welcome to the Library
By Carol Jacobs     
The library in our new building, with its keepsake wall of windows, is a beautiful space and serves many useful functions for our members. It is a conference room, a meeting room, a rental room, a crying room for restless babies, and the home for several decades of the Beacon Bookstore.
Beneath the conference table now are hook ups for digital devices. A wired plate for a large TV screen (to be purchased) is on one wall to be used for educational presentations, and a sound system allows one to hear the Sunday service if having to leave the main auditorium.
The Beacon Book Store Sunday hours are 10:00 a.m. - Noon.  Our first Mission is to serve the congregation with educational material from the UUA Bookstore in Boston.  We also feature the creative writing of church members and will hold quarterly author readings whenever they are available. Donated books are sold at a reasonable price with all proceeds going to the church - smart recycling as well as smart economy. The Earth Justice Committee will have materials to loan, and used magazines, published within the last three months, are also available.
Watch for a sale of books, magazines, CDs, games, and UU items, like mugs, pins, bumper stickers, and other fun items. Coming soon to the new patio!!
Theater One to Perform on our Remodeled Stage
By Lonon Smith

Theater One presents "The Last Days of Judas Iscariot," October 9 through October 25, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m., Sundays at 2 p.m., in the UUSS Main Hall. Written by Pulitzer Prize winning dramatist Stephen Adly Guirgis, this acclaimed play is profound and profane, funny and heartbreaking as witnesses from Freud to Pilate testify at Judas Iscariot's appeal of his sentence to eternity in hell. Directed by Lonon Smith. Make reservations at (916) 923-2889 or at Due to strong language, not recommended for children.
Adult Enrichment Opportunities this Month
Genealogy 101:  UUSS Workshop on Two Saturdays
By Judy Bell, Adult Enrichment Committee

Many may not be aware of the vast resources available online to enable discoveries of family lineage. There are numerous free resources, as well as those that require paid subscriptions or limited use in public libraries. 

A two-part workshop will be led by our member Betty P. Crockford, a Volunteer Field Genealogist trained by the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She has taught seminars for many different groups and has researched innumerable ancestries.  
To learn about these resources, attend Betty's two-part workshop on October 10 and October 24 from 10:00 a.m. to noon in room 6 at UUSS. Free-will donations to UUSS accepted. Pedigree charts will be furnished ahead of the class start, and participants are asked to bring laptops. The class is limited to 6 people. Sign up at the Adult Enrichment table on Sundays.  

Book Group Chooses Brooks
For October, the UUSS Book Readers have chosen The Road to Character by David Brooks. The discussion meeting is Tuesday, October 27 at 7:00 p.m. All welcome!  For more information, email Jim Glidden at or call at (916) 649-9697.

Evil Reminder
By Rev. Roger Jones

This is a reminder to the "evil" people-those who signed up for the 7-week Adult Enrichment series listed in the September Unigram.  This is a hot topic--we are full!  But if you registered, please show up 10 minutes early for the first session.  You will receive advance readings by email before October 6, so if you don't use email, please call the Office by Friday or stop by the Adult Enrichment table this Sunday. Caleb, Lucy and I look forward to this course.  

Alliance Program for Thursday morning, October 8
By Vivian Counts

Alliance Meeting Thursday, October 8 10:45am  Fahs Room
Our program will be a historical presentation on King Edward VIII of England. In 1936 King Edward VIII left his throne to marry divorcee, Wallis Simpson, an American socialite. UUSS Member, Betty Crockford will inform us about the reasons he could not marry her and remain on the throne. Learn about King Edward's scandalous behavior in the 1920's and 1930's. Was he a Nazi? Was a a scoundrel, was he mentally impaired? Why did the Metropolitan Police Special Branch follow Edward? Come and learn about these intriguing topics. It's not a soap opera it only seems that way. Refreshments will be served, all are welcome!

Yoga Mondays
Yoga Classes by Paige Labrie. Try a first class for free. Monday Classes are $8 each if you sign up for a two-month series or $10 on a drop-in basis. 
All are welcome!
Chair Yoga - Mondays, 10-11am-Fahs Room
Mat Yoga - Mondays, 7-8pm- Room 7/8

Silent Meditation Wednesdays
Join a small group to practice mindfulness by sitting together for 25 minutes every Wednesday at UUSS at 5:30 in Classroom 6 or 7/8.  If it's too far to drive, just set your own kitchen timer and sit in silent solidarity with us in the comfort of your home.  If you are in rush hour traffic, use it as an opportunity to practice presence and mindful breathing.  Freewill donations to UUSS accepted as "dana," the Buddhist term for generosity. All are welcome!  

Exploring Unitarian Universalism
See  Rev. Lucy's Assistant Minister's Message above-"We Begin Again."  All are welcome!

Sunday Spiritual Practices at 9:45am 

With only one worship service now, we have time to learn and share spiritual practices before church.  For details, see Rev. Lucy's Assistant Minister's Message above-"We Begin Again."
Our New Building
By Miranda Massa, Religious Education Coordinator

The Building Dedication Ceremony was glorious. Seeing families and friends gather in our special new place was heart touching. The music filtered to us loud and clear through our new audio-visual system. The ceiling glowed, the chairs were comfy, and a variety of art pieces were perfectly hung. The ceremony participants spoke moving words, RE mother Carrie Cornwell delivered a touching prayer and silent contemplation, and RE father Ross Hammond kindly reached us with his guitar. The reception had yummy nibbles for all to enjoy. As people greeted each other with hugs and smiles, I couldn't help but look around and take in all the love. Thirteen long months of dedication and hard work has certainly paid off. If you have not visited our new building yet, please come see us at service. Until then, I leave you with one of life's most powerful mantras-thank you!
Junior High Youth Group (JHYG) 6th, 7th, and 8th grades
Another reminder: JHYG meets only on the first and fourth Sundays of each month. Please note: this does NOT change the schedules for Spirit Play or Senior High Youth Group (SHYG) meetings. 
Web Site Communication
We have a brand new building! You know what else we have that is new and fabulous? A new UUSS website. Let's use it! Parents and youth, please use the Spirit Play page, the JHYG , and the SHYG for updates, events, and to look at pictures. You can even post them yourself. In fact, we invite you to. Please e-mail our web creator, Dirk Tuell, to obtain a login. It would be fantastic to generate some interaction. Youth Leaders will use this method to share Sunday morning happenings with families instead of sending out weekly e-mails, so please visit often!
YRUUP Registration is Open
High School Youth!  The Fall Con is coming up on the weekend of November 6-8, 2015. These conferences are a safe space for UU youth from Northern California and Northern Nevada to gather and celebrate Unitarian Universalism in an awesome weekend filled with spirituality, social action, and friends! For more information about cost, activities, and the online registration form, please visit YRUUP .
Youth Coming of Age
COA helps adolescents discern for themselves what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist, individually and as part of the larger faith community. The first of thee COA regional Retreats is the Threshold Retreat at the UU Church in Santa Rosa this month on October 16-18. We have 10 youth participating this COA year at UUSS, and 10 adult mentor volunteers!  Rev. Roger and RE dad Irwin Rosenblum are leading it.
A Fun Call for Help:  All-Ages Holiday Party
UUSS is seeking one or two RE families to help take over the planning and organizing of our annual Tree Trimming Party in early December. The coordinators/organizers work with staff to arrange for set-up and getting the tree up. They organize supplies and recruit adults and teens to assist at the craft table-and of course refreshments. This is a great time to get adults without children involved in an intergenerational activity and build community across the generationes. We'll provide you more detailed instructions and requests if you are interested in taking on this fun event. Contact Miranda!
Re: RE
-Garden Day, October 11! 
-Religious Education happens every week in October (except for JHYG, see above). However, we have two all-age services in November in which there is no scheduled RE. - The Nursery in Room 11 is open every Sunday.
-RE calendar details and other information at
I encourage you to stay up to date by reading the RE Outreach - a great source for information, events, and other neat things about our wonderful program. I send it out biweekly.
Religious Education (RE) Calendar, October 2015
Sunday, October 4
10:15-12:00    Child care available
10:30-11:45    RE program including JHYG
Sunday, October 11
10:15-12:00    Child care available
10:15-11:30    RE
Friday-Sunday, October 16-18 Coming of Age Retreat in Santa Rosa
Sunday, October 18
10:15-12:00    Child care available
10:15-11:30     RE
11:45-1:00      Child care for Congregational Meeting
Sunday, October 25
10:15-12:00    Child care available
10:15-11:30     RE program including JHYG
11:45-1:45      Coming of Age meeting for youth and mentors

By Mary Helen Doherty, Founder, UU Faithful Friends
There was a good response to the UUSS Sunday Service on September 20. Those who are interested in becoming an 'amigo,' and making friendship visits to immigrant detainees should contact Joan Lacktis of the Sierra Foothills UU Church.

Or you may wish to send cards to one or two of the approximately 150 detainees held in the ICE unit at the Sacramento County Jail in Elk Grove, the Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center. Tell Joan and she will give you a name and contact information, as well as other information about this group. JoAnn Anglin will also provide sign up sheets and is willing to share her own experience and information.  
Most of these detainees are far away from family as they await their fate, and feel very isolated. Those who sign up for visitors are happy to have friendly conversation and know they are not forgotten.  

Co-Housing Forum at UUSS October 10
By Bob Oyafuso

The Sacramento Co-Housing Forum will be held here at our church Saturday, October 10, from 2 to 5 pm.This second annual event will provide an opportunity to learn about co-housing and whether it may be right for you. Local and national experts, planners, and current co-housing residents will talk about concept and design, as well as what it is like to live day-to-day in the "new, old-fashioned neighborhoods" of co-housing.  After the Forum, an informal Q&A with refreshments will follow.  All are welcome!
UUSS Earth Justice Ministry Invitation
Join members of Sacramento's faith communities in a march to support the U.N. Climate Change Conference in Paris and California's efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

We will meet at 11:00am on the West Steps of the Capitol (near the corner of L St and 10th St) walk to the confluence of the Sacramento and American Rivers in Discovery Park and then back to the West Steps of the Capitol. Speakers will address the marchers at 1:00pm in Discovery Park and at 3:00pm at the Capitol. Click this  link for more information and a route map for the march.

Together, let us send the message that we want our leaders to take
vigorous and effective actions to help solve the climate crisis.

Regular Office Hours and Holidays for October

The normal office hours are Monday 

thru Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm. 

No observed holidays and no scheduled closures for the month of October.


See Roger and Lucy's articles about their office hours.

Serving Our Congregation
          Linda Clear, President                      Linda Klein, Vice-President
          Denis Edgren, Treasurer                  Gordon Gerwig, Secretary
          Carl Gardner                                      Shirley Hines                                      
          Carol Jacobs                                        Janet Lopes                                                         Dennis Pottenger                               Skylar Primavera, Youth Trustee                      
Contact Board members by email:
           JoAnn Anglin                                       Lisa Derthick                                                        Deirdre Downes (Chairperson)       Patricia Johnson
           Linda Roth                                           Carol Jacobs, Board Liaison                                 
     Contact Program Council members by email:
Rev. Roger Jones, Senior Minister
Rev. Lucy Bunch, Assistant Minister
Stanton Vedell, Communications and Facilities Coordinator
Michele Ebler, Bookkeeper
Elaine Cooper, Receptionist
Miranda Massa, Religious Education Coordinator
Keith Atwater, Music Director
Annie Green, Krystal Gollaher, Childcare Providers
Aaron Molina, Sunday thru Thursday Custodian 
Miguel Neri Friday, Saturday and Sunday Custodian