The Communicator
February 2018 Volume 35 Issue 2
Sundays in February
Theme in February: Prayer/Spiritual Practice
Spiritual practice is a way to deepen the inner life while making love real in the world. This month offers different approaches to cultivating the inner landscape (or weedy lawn/overgrown garden/ happy wilderness!).
Community Sharing in February: ACT
Abuse Counseling and Treatment, Inc. has been serving victims of domestic violence and their children, and survivors of sexual assault and human trafficking, for more than 38 years. They have three emergency shelters, a 24-hour hotline, individual and group counseling and therapy, advocacy, rape crisis center, children's program, education and professional trainings, and information and referrals. ACT's mission is to protect, support and educate victims of domestic violence and their children and survivors of sexual assault and human trafficking in Lee, Hendry and Glades Counties. In past years, our congregation has donated beds and other furniture to those in need, and has hosted several productions of The Vagina Monologues by Eve Ensler. 
Humanist Forum 
 The Humanist Forum regularly meets every Sunday at 9:15a in Hobart Hall. All are welcome to attend
Sunday Coffee Hour
Sunday's Coffee Hour is provided by volunteers from the Women's Circle on the first Sunday, CUUPS on the second Sunday, Humanist Forum on the third Sunday, Men's Group on the fourth Sunday and if there is a fifth Sunday, it is All Church.  Any donations of food, snacks or cash are welcome. 

Dorothy Van Howe   
Staff & Board News
From the Minister
Promise and Practice of Our Faith
We have done the white supremacy teach-ins last spring and this past October. We have a crop of graduates from Beloved Conversations (healing conversations in small groups around ethnicity and race). But our work is never over. For too long, Unitarian Universalist congregations have avoided the gift of centering voices of color. We must continue the work.

Last General Assembly our interim co-Presidents asked us to find ways as congregations to fund racial justice work in our Association of congregations. This Sunday is a continuation of that work, dovetailing with finding ways to continue to decenter whiteness in our worship by centering voices/reading/music from people of color.. What would it be like if our UU worship service centered entirely around the voices and the experiences of black Unitarian Universalists? What truths might we hear, however difficult? What might we learn? How might these black UU voices teach us to be better allies, better siblings in faith, and even better citizens in our community? In a commitment to dismantling white supremacy as a system, white Unitarian Universalists are still learning to decenter whiteness so that people of color are brought from the margins to the center. Join us as we practice that work, and promise a new way of being together. See you Sunday!
Religious Education News
This week's service is a very important multigenerational service. I encourage all families to attend to share in a powerful experience as we examine The Promise and The Practice of our faith tradition. During service, children of all ages (even those who call themselves "adults") will have a chance to come up on the chancel and create a special kintsugi chalice to take home. There will also be plenty of space for the expression of wriggles, stretches, and more with an area for excited ones to explore and create during service. 

Next week, children and youth will begin to explore the final Smooth Stone of Religious Liberalism; Hope. It will be an exciting craft week with lots of art supplies - so please don't wear your Sunday best! I'm encouraging showing up in sweatpants and an old shirt next week... and be prepared for glitter (should you choose to use it!)
Music Notes
Musical Calendar

December-March: Please welcome Suellen Kipp as Director of Music during Amy Laursen's maternity leave. Suellen is a talented pianist, singer, and conductor who currently serves as the Director of Music at Temple Beth El here in Fort Myers, and previously served in the same role at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Fort Wayne, Indiana for 11 years. She has also taught vocal music and dance in schools for 17 years and holds a degree in Vocal Education.

The UUCFM Choir  rehearses most Wednesday nights from 6:45-8:15 pm, and on Sunday mornings from 9-10 am in the Sanctuary. It's free and there are no auditions. Please email me in advance so that a music folder can be prepared for you. Come join us in singing! 

The UUCFM Band  rehearses most Wednesday nights from 6:00-6:45 pm, and on Sunday mornings from 9:00-10:00a in the Sanctuary. If you would like to play your instrument during a Sunday service, please email me to coordinate the details. Come join us in making music together! 

Suellen Kipp
From the Office Manager
Procedure for Aspiring New Church Groups
Do you have a wonderful idea for an all-church fundraiser event? See Deb Lewis, VP of Finance ( to get help and approval. Would you like to start a new activity, club, or group at church? See Julie Ireland, VP of Programming. ( She will help you with approval, finding a time and space for your program, and any set up that you may need. You may contact the Office Manager for any questions about scheduling and space, but the Office Manager cannot approve your group or event. Once your event is approved, you may go through the Office Manager to change times, days, cancel etc. You should also tell the Office Manager about any special needs you have for your group; table set up, cleanup, or tvs etc. Please do not ask the Building Supervisor directly to set up for you. Thank you so much!

Jill Carville, Office Manager
From the Board
Nominations for Board of Trustees Positions

The Nominating Committee is beginning the task of considering candidates for the Board of Trustees to
present to the membership at our March Annual Meeting. This year, nearly all of the Board positions
are to be filled as existing Board members’ terms are expiring.

 President: Matt Hoffman (present President-Elect) will take the President’s Office, as stipulated
by the ByLaws.

 President-Elect: (open) “shall act for the President in his or her absence and shall perform such
duties as may be designated by the President.” Serves as member of the Personnel Committee.
Desirable skills: previous Board experience, work with volunteers, leadership experience, and
rules for presiding at meetings.

 Vice President-Finance: (open) “shall serve as the Executive Chair of the Finance Council.”
Oversees the annual budget process, provides a monthly report to the Board re church incomes
and expenses, and collaborates with the Treasurer in managing financial activities. Desirable
skills: accounting, communicating, financial experience.

 Vice President-Ministerial Services: (open) “shall serve as the Executive Chair of the Ministerial
Council.” Serves as liaison between the Board and the Chairs of all church ministerial services
committees, collaborates with the VP of Programs on Ministerial and Program activities, and
greets visitors at the Welcome Table and during coffee hour. Desirable skills: team
management, scheduling, communicating, personnel management, and group dynamics.

 Vice President-Operations: (open) “shall serve as the Executive Chair of the Operations Council.”
Provides leadership and support to buildings & grounds, décor & flowers, hurricane
preparedness, kitchen, library and Eco-Preserve committees. Advises the Office Administrator
in matters pertaining to the Operations Council budget and church facilities rentals. Desirable
skills: facility management, budgeting, leadership experience.

 Vice President-Programs: (open) “shall serve as the Executive Chair of the Programs Council.” Is
liaison between Board and Chairs of church program committees, is responsible for all church
dinners, holiday events and annual dinner, collaborates with VP of Ministerial Services on
Ministerial and Program activities, and works closely with church members who plan special
church activities such as movie nights and parties. Desirable skills: team management,
scheduling, and communicating.

 Secretary of the Board: (open) is responsible for documenting Board proceedings, annual
meetings and special meetings of the congregation. Desirable skills: written and verbal
communications, computer-based applications.

 Treasurer: (open) monitors church’s financial institutions accounts, oversees dispersing and
collecting of money, has custody of all church funds and financial records, serves as Vice-Chair of
the Finance Council, and reports the state of finances to the Board and the congregation.
Desirable skills: accounting, communicating, financial experience.

 Member-at- Large: (open) serves as liaison to Membership. Coordinates volunteer recognition,
assists other officers as needed.

Note that the Vice President positions have a two-year term.

Please give some thought to how you might best serve the congregation as a Board member and let
Russ Rosenthal, Nominating Committee Chair, know of your interests. His email is
For further information about any of the Board positions, please contact any of the existing Board
Proposed List of Community Sharing Recipients for 2018-2019
Recommended by the Social Justice Committee to the congregation & the Board.
The Community Sharing Committee:  Helen Dixon, Cathy Snow, Alison Carville
April 2018          Minister’s Discretionary Fund
May 2018           Planned Parenthood
June 2018            SalusCare
July 2018            Pachamama Alliance, Inc.
August 2018       Literacy Council Gulf Coast
September 2018   LIFE (Lee Interfaith for Empowerment)
October 2018      Visuality, Inc
November 2018   Alliance for Fair Food
December 2018  The Quality Life Center
January 2019      GRACE Project – GT Rural Adult & Children’s Education
February 2019    ACT (Abuse Counseling and Treatment Center)
March 2019          South Fort Myers Food Coalition, Inc

These 3 will be rotated into the list in following years:
Lee County Homeless Coalition
Our Mothers’ Home
Early Learning Coalition
Special Events
Rummage Sale
Bring your genltly used items to the screen room now. The Rummage Sale will be Friday, February 2nd-Sunday, February 4th. The sale will begin at 8:00 am on Friday the 2nd, 8:00 am on Saturday, the 3rd, and after church on Sunday, the 4th. Contact Deb Lewis for details
Pachamama-Project Drawdown
Join the Pachamama Alliance of SW Florida for four consecutive Saturday mornings of in depth conversation about Project Drawdown, the most comprehensive plan ever proposed to reverse global warming.
This pilot course is a study group that will take place
Saturday mornings from 9:30am-12:00pm.  
Feb. 10, Feb. 17, Feb. 24, and Mar. 3
at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Ft. Myers
13411 Shire Lane, Fort Myers
You will get the most out of the four sessions by attending the Game Changer Gathering on Thursday Night Feb. 1st, when we’ll introduce Project Drawdown.  You’ll find out why we’re so excited about this approach to reversing global warming within thirty years! 
Because this interactive four-session pilot course is research-oriented, your insight and passion are greatly needed. And because the solutions to issues related to climate change are in place, we will not be inventing what must be done; rather, we will be working to accelerate the knowledge and growth of solutions that are already possible!
By the end of the fourth session, you’ll select one or two solutions that you are drawn to, then begin to engage with others in your community to research how to create and implement a project that moves the solution forward at a local, national and/or policy level.
Individuals and groups working on solutions in different places around the world will be able to build on one another’s work by sharing results, solution by solution, through Pachamama Alliance’s online Global Commons Community Network.
Participating in this pilot program will definitely motivate you to be fully engaged by collaborating with others in cutting edge work to help reverse global warming!
Watch this video to find out more about what we can do together!
Photo Directory
Don't miss your chance to be pictured in the new UUCFM Photo Directory!    We have photos of two thirds of our members but we are missing over 50 member photos. Those of you whose photos are missing were contacted by email and given a date to have your photo taken after church. If you missed the photo session you were assigned to, you are welcome to join the final photo taking session on February 11th after church in back of Hobart Hall (in case of inclement weather, photos will be taken on the screened porch).  This will be your last chance to have your photo taken for the new UUCFM Photo Directory .  

Denis Jensen
FUUn BUUnch Cancelled
The FUUn BUUnch scheduled for Saturday, February 3rd at 6:30 pm has been cancelled. FUUn BUUnch will resume in May.
Soul Collage
A SoulCollage® Workshop is being offered on Saturday, February 3rd from 1:00-4:00 pm in Room 7. All are welcome, including those who are new or experienced with this practice. Originated by Seena Frost, SoulCollage® is an art medium for collaging a deck of cards that represent aspects of each individual’s personal energies. They can then be used for journaling, personal readings, or group readings.  SoulCollage® can be a deeply meaningful individual or community spiritual practice.
What to bring:

 Images (photos, magazines) that call to you. (optional)
 Journal and pen
 $20 per person for materials

Class is limited to 10 participants. Please sign up in Hobart Hall after service on Sundays or RSVP to by Wednesday, January 31st with your name, email, and phone number.
2018 Service Auction
The Adventures in Wonderland service auction is right around the corner. Donations can be made online at  or via our paper form available in the Narthex and church office starting Sunday, January 21st. Do you have a interesting hobby you would love to share? Donate a hour or two of your time to lead a class.

Tickets for the auction this year are $25 and will include complimentary drink tickets as well as themed catering provided by our own Joy Purcell. Contacts us at  or buy your tickets before or after service on Sundays.

Let’s have an adventure. -Stephanie and Matt Hoffman, auction co-chairs
Save the Date; Come into the Calm...
Monday, March 5th, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Meditation Gathering with Bhante Jayasara, a Buddhist monk from Bhavana Society, hosted by our Mindfulness group.  Free (donation-based) and no experience is needed. We’ll have silent sitting, a Dhamma talk, and personal time for stretching/ mindful walking indoors or out.  Bhante is also leading 2 other local events while in town: 

Saturday, March 3, RETREAT: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Come for all or part of the day; vegetarian lunch provided. At Unitarian Church in Naples,  6340 Napa Woods Way.

Sunday, March 4, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Happehatchee Eco-Spiritual Center in Estero, 8791 Corkscrew Road.
For details and RSVP, contact Ann at  239-682-4575, email:, or visit 
Classes & Groups
UUCFM Book Group
Join the book study group on Wednesdays. We met from 1:00 to 2:30 pm in the Library.

February 7th: Part II pgs 99-132

Email Rev. Allison with any questions:
Women's Circle and Potluck
The next Women's Circle potluck meeting is Monday, February 12th. Lunch will be served at Noon, with the meeting following at 1:00 pm. We will be celebrating Valentine's Day by sharing stories about how we celebrate. Is it a ritual like dinner and a movie, watching videos, or something more formal? I have heard that this lovely holiday is really about consumerism and making money. What do you think? Is there a history behind it? Let's have a fun discussion about this event while listening to some old fashion music! May we be filled with love and peace, Rose Klein
Connection Circle Starts February 11th
Come one, come all to the next Connection Circle beginning Sunday, February 11th! Visitors, new and long-time members are welcome. In each of six sessions we'll discuss meaningful, spiritual topics through the sharing of stories and experiences from our lives. Participation in a Connection Circle is a great way for new and old members to get to know each other on a deep level and to feel more connected to our church community. This facilitated 6-session group will meet from 12:15 to 1:45 pm twice a month on the following Sundays: February 11th and 25th; March 11th and 25th; and April 8th and 22nd. To facilitate bonding, participants are expected to attend all 6 sessions. For more information and to register, please contact Nancy Letts at or call at  401-741-2712.
Ready to Become a Member of UUCFM?
If this is your community and if you feel at home here, join us! A new member ceremony is scheduled for Sunday, March 11th. We ask for your participation in our Pathways Class prior to signing the
Membership Book. The next Pathways Class meets Sunday, February 11th at noon in the Library/Conference Room. For further information contact Christine Rosa,  239-245-8147 ,
The Rissho Kosei-kai Buddhist group meets Sundays at 1:45p in Room 1.
Weekly Activities
Community Wednesday  
Community Wednesday is held in Hobart Hall. All are invited. Bring friends and neighbors, too. Join us each Wednesday for a delicious meal prepared by Chef Joy for a small donation. After the fellowship and fine fare from 6:00- 6:45p, join your favorite programming event, committee meeting, or social activity. Child care is provided until 8:30p.
Community Wednesday Activities for February:

4:00-5:30        Optimal Living Group (1st & 3rd Wed)

6:00-6:45        Community Meal
6:00-6:45        Band Rehearsal in Sanctuary

6:45-8:00        Choir Rehearsal in Sanctuary
Get your eBingo cards this Sunday! Cards are $10 each and available from Bill Petrarca in the Narthex. or Hobart Hall.
Social Justice
South Fort Myers Food Pantry
To all our SFMFP supporters: I have not been very good at keeping you up to date with news from the Pantry. You all deserve a big thank-you for the generous donations of food over the summer months and around the holidays. There is an increased need around these times. I estimate that in November & December we have averaged donations that amount from fifty to eighty dollars a week. Great job, Pantry supporters! I will post the fourth quarter newsletter this Sunday. That has the total number of people we fed for the fourth quarter as well as for all of 2017. Save the date;  March 10,2018. Food Pantry Annual meeting at 11:30, followed by volunteer luncheon. All volunteers, past & present, are welcome. Any questions about the pantry, email .
The Children and Families Committee of the Interfaith Justice Ministry (LIFE) will be tackling the frightening issue of children who are not able to get basic medical care in our community. 

We have heard from parents involved in LIFE that their children have gone without needed medications for asthma because the cost was too high, parents who have waited for over a month to get their child in to see a primary care physician because wait times are too long, and parents who have had to drive close to an hour to get their child to an Emergency Room supported by their insurance. 

So, in 2018 we take on the unique challenges of childhood access to healthcare. Mark your calendar for the Rally when we'll announce a solution (Monday, February 26th 7:00 PM at Iona Hope) and the Nehemiah Action where we'll have our public officials commit to that solution (Tuesday, March 20th at St. Collumbkille) and the Celebration where we'll lift up our victories (Tuesday, May 1st St. Collumbkille). 
Member to Member
Do you have something to offer, trade, or sell? Are you looking for something? Free ad space here for personal items only. Email

FOR SALE – BEST OFFER over $610:   Tamron SP 150-600mm f/5-6.3 Di VC USD G2 for Canon EF  AND uv Filter and Riggard  Lens Case 12 x 5" (Black)
MFR #LCY-112X5. For  Canon EF-Mount Lens/Full-Frame Format. Contact: Joy F. Sokeitous -- .

Hello, I'm a life long UUer, currently a member of First Church I'm Cincinnati. My family and I are considering a relocation from Cincinnati to Ft. Myers for work. Honestly, I'm uneasy about making such a big leap, and I'm hoping to establish a few connections to ease the transition. I was hoping that I could be connected with a few people who would be willing to talk to me about life in Fort Myers, the school districts, what neighborhoods to look at, how to avoid being eaten by unnecessarily large reptiles, etc...Also, If any of your congregants is a realtor, I'd be super excited to connect with them. We'll need to buy a modest house. Finally, the role I'm evaluating is with Gartner Research, so if anyone is/was employed by Gartner, that would be another connection! I can't wait to visit your church when we make our first trip down there! Thanks so much,


Condo Sharing: 2 bed, 2 bath, no pets, no smoking. $600.00 a month. . South Ft. Myers.  Linda Johnson

Looking for Class C or B Camper: Under 50k miles. Virginia Duffy  <
Our UU Story
UU Churches and Romance

With Valentine’s Day coming up in February, several members of the UU Men’s Group gave accounts on how important our religion is to their romances. Just inviting a loved one to a UU service can change their lives.
“I was a practicing Roman Catholic when I met Joy Sokeitous”, notes Jim Stout. “One Sunday I went with her to the Main Line Unitarian Church, in the Philadelphia suburbs. I immediately felt welcome and part of the community. At my R.C. church, there was no socializing and getting to know people. I gradually became a non-believer and a member of MLUC. We were married there in June of 1995.”
“When Steve brought me to his UU church I knew I had found my spiritual house,” explains Dan Laliberte.
“Nancy attended at my suggestion as I belonged to a UU Men’s Group,” adds Jeff Letts. “She liked the service and we both joined.”
Many people have found their future spouses at UU services and activities.
“Sima and I met at the First Unitarian Church in Wilmington, DE, in 1981,” remembers Gary Robbins. “We were also married in that church and served as advisors to the Youth Group. Sima wrote and directed a number of Youth Sunday Services.”
“Social Justice brought us together; UU reinforces this,” according to Neil Yesu.

by Joy F Sokeitous

About My UU Story

Each month, the Membership Committee would like to publish your UU story- either converted or born UUs. How did you become a UU, or how did our religion affect your life? Alternatively, do you have a one paragraph remembrance of your first reaction to being in a UU church and/or learning about the religion? To share your story, please contact Joy Sokeitous at  

Joy will help you edit and she will provide questions to help you develop your story.
Report from Casino Night
$1,060 was added to our budget from the profit of Casino night on January 27th. The high winner was Paloma Siebert with almost $100,000 in playing chips. Joy's Buffet was fabulous. Warm thank yous to the many volunteers who managed the casino tables, the beverage bar, tickets, popcorn and special thanks to Bruce Marble whose unflagging support from start to finish made it all happen. I'm so grateful to be part of our fun loving community,

Suzanne Ziemer,
Casino Chair.
Bed & Breakfast Volunteer Opportunity
We are preparing for another year of UUCFM’s Bed and Breakfast program. Through the generosity of host families within our congregation, we have raised $3000 to $5000 a year for the church operating budget for many years. We provide this service to UUs and/or their friends from around the country. This
program cannot happen without volunteers and we need your help!

What’s needed to be a host? The host provides one bedroom and bathroom and a basic breakfast each morning of the guests’ stay. The guests are usually one or two people. The breakfast can even be a “do it yourself” if your guests are early risers or you have to go to work and they want to sleep.

Do I have to entertain the guests or take them places? No! They will have their own transportation. If you have favorite restaurants to recommend, or other local travel tips, they are always appreciated. You are not expected to provide entertainment, transportation or extra food. For the most part, guests are off
doing their own thing most of the day and evening.

When and for how long? Guests stay from one to seven nights during the months of January through April. (Most stay only two or three nights.) You choose when and for how long you can host and then your requirements are matched with those of the guests. Even if you can only host for two nights in March, for example, that is a big help. February and March tend to have the biggest demand.

All money received from the guests as they stay in your home goes directly to the UUCFM operating budget. I haven’t even mentioned how interesting and fun this experience can be for the hosts. We have met so many great UUs through this experience!

Please consider being a host! Before you say no, talk to me. Just try it once…

Mary Nies, Program Coordinator
239-466- 7933
Sydney Stewart
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Our Greater Community  
If you are a UUCFM Community Sharing Partner, a regular Facility User, or have UU related news to share, you are welcome to submit announcements for publication in our Greater Community section of the newsletter. Please send announcements in by each Wednesday for publication in the Thursday
Lee OFA Indivisible Invites You
There will be panel discussions on the following dates: 




Meetings will be held at the Sanctuary at 7 pm. Come early at 6:15 to socialize with like-minded friends.

The February 8th meeting will have  three participants who will speak about the impact on three different areas of importance. Betsy Vaughn is a career educator, community volunteer and candidate for lee County School Board. She will address the impact of the new Tax law on Public Education
The second member is Cyndy Nayer. She has dedicated her life's work to improving and delivering quality Health Care to the American population. She is a co-founder of Center for Health Value Innovation and serves as Member of International Advisory Board of U.S. Preventive Medicine, Inc.Under her direction, the Center has grown into the nation's premierur organization dedicated to sharing the evidence of improved health and economic outcomes through value-based designs. She is widely recognized as a formidable Health Care expert and advocate for improving health care management with a value based insurance design. She will speak to the impact of the new tax law on our Health Care.
And finally, Steve Greenstein is he executive Vice President of the Sanibel Captiva Trust Company. he is a lawyer as well as a Certified Trust and Financial Advisor. Steve also plays an important role in his community and he has been recognized with lifetime achievement awards from Sanibel and Lee County organizations for his contributions to the community. He will be talking about some of the new tax law provisions on pass-through business income, as well as other inequities in the new tax bill which operate to the benefit of wealthier Americans and to the detriment of low and middle income families and the working-class poor. 
Order a Singing Valentine
Contact Glenn Siebert,  440-572-5558  See Flyer Below:
Vietnamese New Year-All Invited
St. John's Catholic Church sponsors a Vietnamese New Year Celebration here at UUCFM. Details below.
Shalom Life Center Good Vibrations Concert
The Shalom Life Center, which meets at UUCFM, is performing a concert on February 24th in the Sanctuary at 7:30 pm. The concert will feature the music of The Beach Boys and The Bee Gees. Tickets are $22. If you mention UUCFM when you call for reservations at  239.218.3433 , a portion of your ticket will be shared by UUCFM. Ticket price includes a dessert reception after the show.
February 1   Tony Borras  
February 2   Jill Carville 
February 2 Kathy Heckler
February 3  Albie Johnson
February 4   Russ Rosenthal
February 7   Stephanie Hoffman 
February 9   Bill Klein 
 February 9 Katie Ireland is 11!  
February 9 Don Maron
February 12   Jan Beemer 
February 16   Carolyn Maron
February 17  Angela Melton  
February 17 Tom Sizemore
February 20   Annie Scott
February 24   Mary Alice Pierce
February 26   Don Ehat
  Please send all news articles for the Weekly E-news to
All Communicator articles may be emailed to
Newsletter Editor: Jill Carville 
(239) 561-2700 
Board of Trustees

President              Steve Eisenberg        239-634-7367
President Elect     Matt Hoffman          239-222-4836
Secretary Theresa Bahre 843-472-0386
Treasurer              Jen Smith             630-881-0000
VP Finance             Deb Lewis            239-313-5618
VP Programming Julie Ireland 786-348-5544
VP Ministerial Services Harvey Heckes 
VP Operations           Bill Petrarca           239-454-2438
Member at Large Bruce Marble 239-596-2703
Youth Representative Madeline Wellman

Minister            Rev. Allison Farnum  239-561-2700x204
Director of Music   Amy Laursen        941-932-2353
Director of RE       Jenn Blosser       239-561-2700x208
Office Manager      Jill Carville          239-561-2700x202
Building Supervisor  Mickey Kellam       239-738-3473
Nursery Supervisor  Liza Kellam          239-314-6316