The Prologue                                        Tuesday, August 20 , 2019
  Unitarian Universalist Church of Bloomington, Indiana
   Congregation founded 1949
   LGBTQ Welcoming Congregation since 1995
   Green Sanctuary since 2007
Seeking the Spirit, Building Community, Changing the World
S unday, August 25, 2019
9:15 am and 11:15 am
Savoring the Questions without Utensils
Reverend Mary Ann Macklin
          Last Sunday, I spoke about the Quaker practice of the Clearness Committee which, when the appropriate time and space are created, can help one to learn the value of asking open, honest questions, to experience how everyone has an inner teacher, and to see what happens when we commit to the ideas of no fixing, advising, saving or correcting one another. We live in times when questions and answers often arrive in rapid succession. What might happen if we took the time to discern the deeper questions in our lives? Oh, the possibilities.
Sunday, September 1, 2019
9:15 am and 11:15 am
Water Communion Service 
Reverend Mary Ann Macklin
Adrienne Summerlot
       This lively intergenerational service will include story, song, reflection, and ritual. Come to explore and celebrate your part in our covenantal community.   Our children and youth will help bring our story to life and our children's choir will perform.   If possible, please bring a small container of water representing the spirit of your summer experience, near or far. Click here for historical info on the Water Communion in Unitarian Universalist congregations.
MAM Musings
          I deeply appreciate all the support I have received for my sabbatical time away which will take place September 2 through November 30th.   My last time preaching until December will be this Sunday, August 25th, and I look forward to participating in the Water Communion Ceremony with our Director of Religious Education, Adrienne Summerlot, musicians and friends on September 1st. Also our congregation's bountiful gathering of food and frolicking in water, Splash of the Sacred, will take place that Sunday, September 1st at 5:00 p.m. I hope to see many of you there.

          What are my plans for sabbatical? To be grateful for all who make this sabbatical possible.   Overall, my main plan is to not be on a schedule whenever possible so I can create space to listen to my body, spirit, and mind. I am sure there will be adventures and stillness, along with tears, laughter, emptiness, fullness, confusion and clarity. In other words, life.  

One event that I do plan to make scheduled time for is the Bloomington Center for Connection's (BCC) Summit. The 2019 Relational Summit is a collection of events taking place on September 19-22 that provides space to explore and connect through relational practices for learning and healing.

I am on the Board for BCC and I believe strongly in its foundation of relational-cultural theory. The theme for this year's Summit is Learning Together, which applies relational-cultural theory (RCT) toward both teaching and learning through relationships, mindful of cultural context. Our keynote speaker is Dr. Harriet Schwartz, author of "Connected Teaching: Relationship, Power, and Mattering in Higher Education." Bloomington Center for Connection will also partner with the City of Bloomington to present an afternoon workshop led by Dr. LaShawn Williams to address local racism within the community. Both events will take place on Saturday, September 21.

     Other Relational Summit topics include: It's Complicated: Relationships during Social Change, Recovery from Empathic Failure, Collaborative Learning Relationships,Visual Language: Making Key RCT Concepts Accessible, Helping the Helpers: Nourishing Hope, Where to start? Finding Voice in Overwhelming Times, Relational Approaches to Anti-racism, Cultural Context and Power.
For more information on the Summit:
Or Bloomington Center for Connections
Or congregation members associated with BCC such as Amy Makice, Drew Schrader, and Connie Nelson Laird.   I may see some of you there but I won't be discussing church business!  

With pre-autumnal blessings and gratitude, 
Reverend Mary Ann Macklin 
Why Sabbatical?
by Reverend Barbara Carlson, Minister Emerita
Click here for an article by Reverend Carlson entitled "Sabbatical Reflections."
From Our Associate Minister...

As we launch this year's Chalice Circle sign-ups, we are encouraged by how many folks have expressed interest. One of the aspects of Chalice Circles that we are continually learning about and growing into is how we can make them as accessible as possible to as many people in our congregation as possible. 

This year, as part of the process to sign-up, we are asking people to inform us about particular elements that will make it easier (or harder) for them to participate so that we can figure out how to make our groups inclusive. One example of inclusion efforts we've made in the past relate to hearing - we have a hand-held microphone and speaker easily available for each group (as well as other resources on how to help everyone in a group hear more clearly).
If you are interested in joining a Chalice Circle, but are unsure whether it will be a place where you can comfortably join - please be in touch with one of the ministers or a member of the Executive Team ( Anne Haynes and Linda Pickle), so that we can help find a spot for you!

In faith, 
   Rev. Scott
Reverend Scott McNeill
Associate Minister
Our Folks...
Congratulations to Stephanie Serriere and John Nickoll, who were joined in marriage alongside their children Judah Nickoll, Jasper Nickoll, and Benezet (Audrey) Serriere on Saturday, July 20th on Lover's Key, Florida.

August Religious Exploration  Intersession for Children & Youth
On August 25, we will continue to have summer fun as we explore the possibilities in water! Children & Youth in Kindergarten and Up are invited to join us as we create elements for the Water Communion Intergenerational Service on September 1st! 
Meet our new Religious Education Assistant! 
 Dalton Gibson
     Dalton joined the Religious Education team in August 2019, replacing Kitty McIntosh as our Religious Education Assistant.  He has taught in our Religious Education program, served as a Camp Counselor for high needs urban youth, and even did a year at Build a Bear workshop. Dalton is in his junior year at Indiana University, studying Social Studies Education. He has completed a research grant to study religious discrimination in Ireland, served as a student delegate on a Civil Rights immersion experience in Alabama, and is passionate about bringing the Seven Unitarian Universalist Principles into practice in his day-to-day life. In his free time, Dalton enjoys hiking, kayaking, and binge watching documentaries. He is very eager to serve as the Religious Education Assistant and excited to help continue great work done in Religious Education here at our church.     
Register your Children and Youth for Religious Education!
We have about 35% of our children and youth registered for RE this year so far.  We ask for you to please visit this link or come to the Religious Education office (Room 203) during coffee hour so that we can share important health and safety information with our teachers, create nametags, invite children to light the chalice, and communicate weekly about what is happening in classes and special programming.  We would LOVE to have this increase to 100% before our teacher training THIS Sunday!  Register online at .
Splash of the Sacred 
Potluck Picnic & Pool Party, Sunday, September 1
Save the Date! Sunday, September 1st. 5:00-8:30 pm 
Join us for our annual Splash of the Sacred Picnic & Pool Party! Newcomers and visitors especially welcome! 
Click here to see a poster with adorable photos!   Find this event on Facebook  

Volunteers needed on September 1 
Splash of the Sacred Picnic and Pool Party
We need a few volunteers to do a few easy jobs that make our Splash of the Sacred Picnic possible.  If you are able and willing, please volunteer here to help with this event:  Thank you!  Ann LeDuc, Connections Coordinator and Adrienne Summerlot, Director of Religious Education
This Sunday! The  Getting   Involved   Fair   Continues  
Visit the Getting Involved Fair in Fellowship Hall during Coffee Hour and learn about all the groups and activities of the church, and get involved in the groups that interest you.   A different set of groups are represented each Sunday. This Sunday August 25 is the third and last Sunday for the fair. --Ann LeDuc, Connections Coordinator
  Changing the World 
Help Needed with Our Garden Tower
Would you be able to help with the garden tower on the patio outside the main kitchen for a day or two ( once each Sunday and once midweek) during the next couple of weeks?
Wiggler worms in the central compartment are turning vegetable and non-citrus fruit scraps into nutrients for the plants. Instructions for "feeding" them and watering the plants are in the SignUp Genius form at
And please enjoy the stevia on top and ever-bearing strawberries in the "pockets!" 
Thanks,  Molly O'Donnell,  Co-chair, Green Building & Grounds Teams 
Backpack Buddies Food Drive
This Sunday, August 25 
Bring Canned Meat & 
Peanut butter
The Help Feed Our Hungry Neighbors Task Force will collect donations for the Community Kitchen program that provides healthful, sustaining foodstuffs to students who receive free or discounted school meals on weekdays during the school year, but who often go hungry over the weekends. Please donate  small containers of non-perishable, high-protein food  - such as cans of meat or fish, or jars of peanut butter - this coming Sunday, August 25.  Click here for poster.
Thank you for being Dementia Friendly!
Thank you to all who attended the Dementia Friendly Location training on August 18.  It was great to have so many people attend!  If you missed the training, but want to know more about supporting those living with dementia, the training is also available on-line   Information about the Alzheimer's Resource Service can be found here .  -- Ann LeDuc, Connections Coordinator  
Resilience Productions Presents 
Sentences: from the PEN to the PAGE, Sept 6-7
       Resilience Productions presents Sentences: From the PEN to the PAGE,
"A compelling piece of original theatre, radically existential - Through spoken word, story and song. This production examines the value of life, the penalty of death - and a hope for humanity by dealing with the effects of life and death sentences on those serving them as well as their relationships to the people outside." Featuring the writings of UU's own Glenda Breeden; with contributions from Phillip Stroud at Pendleton Correctional Facility and the writing group at women's block of Monroe County Jail.
       Sentences: from the PEN to the PAGE is directed by Danielle Bruce, with musical director Daniel Lodge-Rigal. It is adapted for stage by Gladys DeVane and Danielle Bruce. The performance is 85 minutes with no intermission. It deals with mature content and is not recommended for children under 13.
       All performances are at the Ivy Tech John Waldron, Rose Firebay
Friday, Sept. 6 at 7:00pm; reception and talk back following performance
Saturday, Sept. 7 at 2:00pm and 7:00pm
Tickets are $20.00 BCT Box Office
       We anticipate a sellout so get your tickets early!
       Gladys DeVane
       Resilience Productions (a project of UU Social Justice programming)

Green Camino Composting Sends Updates

Thanks for participating in Green Camino's drop-off compostables service! For the August update for this program, click  HERE .
Will You Join Us in Reducing Our Reliance on Single Use Plastics? August:  Plastic Cups
      The new  Task of the Month Program for Reducing Plastic Use   focuses on a single category of plastic each month, allowing participants the time to try alternatives and establish new habits.  Each month, you'll receive an email with suggestions for reducing (and eventually eliminating) that month's target type of plastic.  Click here to sign up!
      For a while, many of us thought that recycling plastics was a reliable way to make use of discarded plastic, but we now know that is not the case. Instead, we must reduce demand.      -- Stephanie Kimball for the Green Sanctuary Task Force 
Charlie vs Goliath Film Screening
Sunday, September 22, 4 pm
in Fellowship Hall
An award-winning documentary of an ordinary man's extraordinary struggle to shake up the political establishment. Charlie vs Goliath explores the question of how an honest and sincere person without money can make a difference running for higher office, and more broadly, whether, in the spirit of Don Quixote, it is worth fighting an unbeatable foe and dreaming an impossible dream. A film screening to benefit Common Cause Indiana (CCI), co-hosted by the Reproductive Justice Task Force, with special guest Julia Vaughn, Policy Director of CCI. Suggested donation: $20. Light refreshments will be served.
BLUU Announces Fall Symposium on Black Theology
10/30 to 11/2 in St. Paul, Minnesota
Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism (BLUU) is sponsoring a three-day symposium on black theology this fall. The Harper-Jordan Memorial Symposium will be October 30 to November 2 in St. Paul, Minnesota, named for Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, an abolitionist, suffragist, author, and Unitarian, and the Rev. Joseph Jordan, the first black ordained Universalist minister.  Learn more and register at
Mark your calendars -Habitat Fundraiser Coffeehouse Oct 18
The Habitat Task Force will host a coffeehouse fundraiser here, Friday, October 18 at 7:00 p.m. The line up includes all kinds of music--blues, folk, German, country, flute, old time, and rock. Everyone is welcome, including all UUs, friends and community members. Refreshments will be served. Funds will be used to help sponsor an entire Habitat house.
Monthly Habitat Builds Continue
The task force continues our monthly builds on the third Saturday of the month. 
If you can't work a full day from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., please consider working 8 a.m. to noon or 1 to 4 p.m. Lunch is provided, whether you work half or full-days. No experience necessary. Sign up at: . Bring a friend, relative, neighbor! Info, Contact Barb Berggoetz for details.
Community Connections
Faith in Action in Our Community

Feeding Children Creates Productive Citizens: 
Panel Discussion on Child Hunger August 22
Indiana ranks 42nd in infant mortality. One in every 6 Hoosier children are food insecure.  Help create a sense of urgency among shapers of public policy to better address child hunger in Indiana. Learn more at this panel discussion that includes Senator Todd Young. Let's impress Young with a turn-out that demonstrates the need for action! Optional registration is available here:    Thursday, August 22 at 4:30 p.m., Noblesville First United Methodist Church, 2051 Monument St., Noblesville, IN 46060
  Seeking the Spirit  
Religious Education for Adults
Let's Hike on Saturday, August 24!
Join us this Saturday, August 24, to hike Trail 5 at McCormick's Creek State Park. This trail is a moderate 2-mile loop.  For more information on the trail, click here. We will meet at the church at 8:30 AM on August 24 to carpool to the trail head. If you plan to join us, let Ann LeDuc know at
Shambhala Meditation Meets Mondays at 12 noon
Join us at 12 noon every Monday in the Library for an hour of Shambhala Meditation, walking meditation, and Shamatha yoga with Sarah Flint. Beginners welcome to participate in this 2500-year-old tradition. 
For more info:  Contact Sarah.
Open Mind Zen Meets Mondays at 7:00 pm
Join Frank Seisho Diaz for meditation, talks, and discussions on Zen Buddhism, Mondays 7:00-8:30 pm, in the Library here at the church. All are welcome regardless of faith or experience. 
For more info: Contact Open Mind Zen or visit  
Gentle Hatha Yoga on Tuesdays at 5:30 pm
This class will be on break for the month of September
A gentle Hatha Yoga practice to balance the mind, body, and spirit takes place 5:30-7 pm on Tuesdays in Fellowship Hall. The class will meet August 20 and August 27, but will not meet during September.  Please bring a yoga mat or large-size bath towel. The class is free and you may join at any time, but please register by calling or emailing the church office:  or 812-332-3695. 
Traditional Taiji Meets Tuesdays at 7:15 pm
Brian Flaherty leads "Wu (Hao)" style Taiji in Fellowship Hall on Tuesdays at 7:15 pm. All are welcome, even those with no previous Taiji experience. Please wear loose-fitting clothing. 
For more i nfo: Contact Brian.
Give Chalice Circles a Try!
     My goodness, I have been in a lot of Chalice Circles since joining UU in 2010.  My husband had just passed away and I was in need of a substitute family since I have no remaining relatives or children. My first Chalice Circle was hosted by now retired UU minister Reverend Bill Breeden and was a wonderful way to meet some of UU's elders. The late Cookie Lynch, who wrote the words to the song Benedictus that we frequently sing at the end of services, was among the special folks in my first class.  It was a privilege to be there.  Each year I would join a new Circle and because of that, I met so many special people with whom I remain friends nine years later.  
      This past year I was in a Circle led by Jan Armstrong.  She was as good as the best previous facilitators. We really clicked. The group was the youngest Circle I have participated in. Hearing about their lives and sharing my long one (I am 77 1/2 years old) had been an awakening for me to the lives of the young singles and the young marrieds. We individually chose topics to talk about from a list each time we met after checking in about our time apart.  
      Each year we complete two special service projects, one for the church and one for the community. Sometimes we made soup for the shelter and other times we did craft projects to help the teachers in our church.  This past year we wrapped presents for the community and painted faces on wooden pegs for the children which was hilarious. Cooking together was fun and a great way to get to know each other. If you want to get acquainted with folks from the UU community, give Chalice Circles a try.  -- Louray Cain  

Chalice Circles Sign Up Continues on Aug 25 and Sept 1!
UU Humanist Forum Meets August 25, 12:45 pm
On Sunday, August 25, at 12:45 pm the UU Humanist Forum will meet in Room 208, after children's Religious Education classes end.  will facilitate a discussion on ""  The Humanist Forum meets every other Sunday, with a  different  discussion topic .
UU Freethinkers Meet September 1 , 12:45 pm
The UU Freethinkers bi-weekly meeting creates the opportunity for participants to raise questions and engage in open and non-structured discussion of issues of social, political, and theological/religious concern. UU Freethinkers meet on every other Sunday in Room 208 at 12:45 pm, after children's Religious Education classes end.
"Dying to Know: Memorial Services at UUCB"
August 31, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
a workshop sponsored by 
UU End of Life Task Force
In this workshop, we will explore the practical, educational and sacred aspects of what is possible for a congregation member who is in the dying process. What is available for a person who is dying before their death occurs? How are wishes conveyed? How is death handled within the congregation? How are memorials planned? Who plans memorial services? What resources are available? Costs? Since we will be using Megory Anderson's "Sacred Dying Journal" we ask for an RSVP and $17 donation to cover costs. We hope to buy the journals in one shipping order. RSVP to by August 26. 
  Building Community 
Gardeners ' Gathering this Sunday, August 25
Gather with other gardeners this Sunday to share tips, ideas, successes and questions.  Join us in Room 112 at 10:30 AM.  We will gather on the fourth Sunday each month during coffee hour. If you would like to be added to the Gardeners' email list, email .
This Sunday! 
Young Adult (18-35)  Continuing  Conversations with Free Lunch
If you are age 18-35, join us this Sunday, August 25 to go deeper into Sunday's sermon topic. We will gather after second service at 12:30 PM in Room 112. Lunch will be provided.  This is open to anyone ages 18-35, so bring a friend!  Questions? Contact Ann LeDuc the Connections Coordinator at 
UU Singles Fellowship Potluck
Sunday, August 25, 5:30 pm 
Join the UU Singles group for a potluck this Sunday evening at 5:30 p.m., at the home of Mike Rhodes, 6990 East State Road 45. Click here for detailed directions and parking info. (There will be no Singles Fellowship lunch after church on August 25th.)
Upcoming singles fellowship events:
First Friday Game Night - Friday, September 6th, Fellowship Hall, 7 pm.
September Potluck - Sunday, September 15th, tentative date for next potluck night, at Beverly DeFord's house (more details to come).
If you'd like to join the UU Singles Fellowship e-mail list or Facebook group, or have any questions about upcoming events, please contact Marie Deer: 812-391-0900 or .
New! Drop-in Childcare on Wednesdays
On Wednesday evenings, from 6-8 pm, we are offering free drop-in childcare in Room 108 (as space allows).  Parents must remain on site, on the building grounds or in the building. Please use the Courtyard Entrance. We hope to provide a moment for parents to breathe deeply, have a cup of tea with a friend, or sit in silence before running children to the next event. The Meeting Room will be available for quiet meditation. For more info contact Adrienne Summerlot,
IU Student Involvement Fair Volunteers Needed August 29
The IU Student Involvement Fair is August 29, 3-7 PM in Dunn Meadow. It's a great opportunity for us to tell students about Unitarian Universalism. Email if you want to help by talking to students at our table at the Student Involvement Fair.   
Have fun at Pridefest August 31
and Represent our Church!
We need a few friendly people to represent UUCB in our tent at Pridefest on August 31.  Pridefest is Bloomington's annual celebration of LGBTQ+ life and culture. For more information and to volunteer, go to: .   Questions?  Contact Ann LeDuc, Connections Coordinator, at connect (at) . 

Save the Date!
December 6 & 7, 2019

Artists! A pply Now to be considered for the annual juried UU Art Fair!
To apply:  Go to
$10 to apply. $90 for a booth.
Application deadline: September 6, 2019
Notifications will be sent by October 4.    
         30 artisans will be chosen to join the holiday bazaar of gourmet goodies, book sale, and white elephant sale.  Media considered : Glass, Ceramics, Jewelry, Wood,  Mixed, Painting, Textiles, Photography.
Past and Upcoming 
Birds of a Feather  Common Interest Tables
     About once a month, we organize a Birds of a Feather Common Interest Table during coffee hour in the Fellowship Hall.  This is a chance for us to connect around our common interests.  Common interest topics hosted at the table over the last several months have included: writing, birding, gardening, hiking, photography, Tabletop role-playing gaming, past student residential life employees, and fiber arts.  Several of these have served as a starting point for new groups at the church, such as Birders, Gardeners, and Hikers.  
     Our next scheduled Birds of a Feather Common Interest Table will be held on September 8, during coffee hour.  The topic will be Letter to the Editor Writing.  This Common Interest Table is for anyone who is interested in learning to write effective Letters to the Editor, or has any experience writing Letters to the Editor.  If you have an idea for a common interest table topic, please let Ann LeDuc know at
Explore Unitarian Universalism - Sept 8 and 15
The Exploring Unitarian Universalism class will be held on September 8 and 15, 2-4 PM, in room 112.  This class is a great opportunity to learn about the UU Principles and how we live into them, the history of this church, all the ways to get involved here, and what it means to be a member of the church.  To sign up for the class, just email Ann LeDuc at Plan to attend both dates, since different material will be covered in each session.  We ask for completion of this class before becoming a member of the church. Everyone ages 14 to 100+ is welcome! 
A Conference for UU Young Adults
September 13-15 at People's Church of Kalamazoo
     How much of your life is influenced by the environment in which you live? How much of your own perception is influenced by the people and attitudes around you? How does one small change grow and spread until it overtakes the hegemony?
     Join UU young adults from throughout the MidAmerica UU Region in mulling over these brain-teasers and playing some games involving brain-EATERS. Anyone ages 18-35 is invited to come together for a weekend of open community, raucous conviviality, and transcendental contemplation! 
     Please register at
     Find the Event on Facebook: 
Are you ready to say this is your church?
Next Membership Ceremony is September 22
     Now that you've found your tribe, met your people, and know that you are home, it may be time to declare your commitment to this community. Membership is your declaration of your affinity with this church and the larger Unitarian Universalist faith community. Membership benefits include serving in leadership, voting, and in being invited to special events in the life of  our community.  
     The next membership ceremony is scheduled for Sunday, September 22 at 10:30 AM. If you are new to Unitarian Universalism, we ask that you complete the Exploring Unitarian Universalism class before signing the membership book.  Let the Connections Coordinator know if you would like to attend the membership ceremony and become a member of the UU Church of Bloomington. Email Ann at or call (812)  332-3695, ext. 203. 
B uy Grocery Cards on Sunday and Support the Church
We have grocery gift cards for sale in the Commons every Sunday between services. The participating grocery stores send a percentage of your purchases back to the church to support our operating budget. We have gift cards for Bloomingfoods, Lucky's, and Fresh Thyme, and you can  register your Kroger Plus card by clicking here. Our Kroger organization ID number is EW763. 
Deadlines for Order of Service and Friday Update Info
Thursdays at 9:00 a.m.
We ask everyone to please send us information for the Order of Service as well as the Friday Update by 9:00 am on Thursdays. Please send info to  admin (at)
Who Ya Gonna Call?
Click here for a semi-comprehensive list of which UUCB Staff Member to call for various kinds of questions, some humorous. A staff email directory is included. 
--Carol Marks, Church Administrator, 812-332-3695, ext 200
Contact a Minister

Reverend Mary Ann Macklin, our Senior Minister,
can be reached at 812-332-3695 (ext. 201) and is available by appointment on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoons.
Email: macklin (at)
Reverend Macklin will be on sabbatical 
September 2-November 30.

Reverend Scott McNeill, our Associate Minister,  
can be reached at 812-332-3695 (ext. 209) and is available by appointment on Tuesday mornings, plus Wednesday and Friday afternoons. 
For pastoral emergencies, please call Scott at 812-727-0919.

Reverend Emily Manvel Leite our Minister of Religious Education,  can be reached at  812-332 -3695 (ext. 207) and is available by appointment  on Wednesday and Friday mornings. 
Email: mre (at)

Our Covenant of Right Relations
In June 2017, our members affirmed a Covenant of Right Relations. 
Pertinent Details:
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Prologue  Publication Schedule:  
The deadline for articles is 10 am on the date of publication, which is 
the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month. 
Send articles about church matters to Carol Marks  
Upcoming  issues:  Sept 3, Sept 17, Oct 1, Oct 15, Nov 5, Nov 19.
Livestreaming Our Sunday Services  
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Email our media team at media (at) or call the church office at 812-332-3695.

Links to Archived Services to View Online

- Quickly find recent services here: Direct Links to Service Videos (9:15 service)

- Or, scroll down on our main Livestream Page for full archives of both services and other events (memorials, concerts, etc). 

Direct links to the most recent Sunday services:   August 11   August 18

Membership: 533 certified members; 545 current members.
Sunday, August 11           9:15 - 127    11:15 -  134    TOTAL: 261       
Sunday, August 18           9:15 - 117    11:15 -  165    TOTAL: 282
Non-Pledge Offering:     August 11  : $571       August 18: $554      
   Total to be donated (25%) to Volunteers in Medicine: $281.18
Grocery Card Sales:   (Bloomingfoods, Lucky's Market, or Fresh Thyme)  
August 11 : $200       August 18: $250     Total income to UUCB: $22.50
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