The Prologue                                 Tuesday, November 19 , 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
Sunday, November 24, 2019
9:15 am and 11:15 am
Until All Are Free
Reverend Elizabeth-Carrier-Ladd
     Unitarian and Universalist history in regards to slavery is more complicated than we often discuss. Looking more closely at the complexity, we find lessons for how we might look at how we view freedom and slavery today. As we dive into our inheritance around bondage and race, we are called to action today.
     This week is Reverend Carrier-Ladd's last Sunday as a guest in our pulpit during Reverend Macklin's sabbatical.  Reverend Carrier-Ladd serves as the Coordinator of Youth Programs at the UU Church of Muncie, Indiana. She is a 4th generation Unitarian Universalist, originally from Boston. She received her Master of Divinity from Meadville Lombard Theological School in Chicago and was ordained by Hope Unitarian Church in Tulsa. She met her husband, Seth, at UUA General Assembly. Together they have three young children.
Sunday, December 1, 2019
9:15 am and 11:15 am
Full of Promise
Reverend Mary Ann Macklin
As we welcome her back from sabbatical leave, Reverend Macklin will reflect upon our beautiful planet, the promises we make to one another, and World AIDS Day.  Or at least some of those.  Our Green Sanctuary Task Force on Global Climate Change will be offering a Social Justice Moment.
--Last Sunday to pick up tags from the Giving Tree!--
Giving Tree Continues November 24 and December 1
On November 24 and December 1 our Giving Tree will be available in Fellowship Hall for anyone who would like to support a local family, child or teen in need, or a local adult living with HIV.  Gift requests will be available for $5 and up and will include some tags where gently used donations would be welcome. We hope that many members of our community will be able to participate. Gifts will be collected during our Procession of Giving services on Sunday, December 8.  Click here to sign up online.
From Our Associate Minister 
     As we approach the end of November, there are a couple of holiday items I wanted to lift up. The first is that we will participate in the annual Bloomington Multifaith Thanksgiving service, on Tuesday, November 26th (7pm at St. Thomas Lutheran, 3800 E. Third St. in Bloomington). The worship service brings together people from across Bloomington and Monroe County, with a focus on "Building Peace through Community." If you're interested in singing with the choir (made up of members of different faith communities), you can attend the rehearsal at 6pm.
     And as we continue to wind our way through holidays and traditions, we're mindful of the different sources from which we draw inspiration, and look to learn more about their history (there are all sorts of tangled threads related to many December traditions). Last year, Carol Marks shared a good resource from her work with other UU Administrators, with more about the history of a common December song, "Jingle Bells." One element of its history that had largely gone unknown until recent research was that it began in the 19th century as a song performed in blackface in minstrel shows. Over time, racial and racist elements were pulled out of the song; so, this news seems shocking to think about. You can learn more about the history of this song here.

In faith,
   Rev. Scott
Rev. Scott McNeill
mcneill (at)
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Congregational Meeting
Sunday, December 8, 2019    4:00 p.m.
Meeting Room    2120 N. Fee Lane, Bloomington, Indiana
All members are encouraged to attend.    Childcare provided.   
This information is published in accordance with our Bylaws concerning notices of congregational meetings. 
  Changing the World 
Human Rights and Criminal Justice - 
What's Happening in Monroe County? 
Come and Learn!
Panel Discussion Here November 20
     Monroe County is challenged to administer a criminal justice system that meets the needs and reflects the values of its citizens. Criminal justice and human rights are a concern beyond the scope of our county, but close to home we have more opportunities to make a real difference.
     On November 20th at 6:30 pm the Hope for Prisoners Task Force will host "A Comprehensive Look at Criminal Justice in Monroe County" in our Meeting Room. This is a community-wide opportunity to learn why reform is needed, what is already being done, and how we can act as caring and voting citizens in Monroe County.  
     Panelists will include Monroe County Commissioners, Monroe County Prosecutor, and a member of the Monroe County Human Rights Commission. There will be time for questions and opportunities to learn about non-profits working with prisoners and their families. Click here for details. 
Hats and Hunger! That's What It's All About!
     November is Hunger Awareness Month at UUCB, and the Hunger Task Force will be selling hats between services on November 24, December 1, and December 8. 100% of all proceeds support the College Square Pantry (previously known as Walnut Grove Pantry) and each hat that you buy represents 167 pounds of food that will feed the hungry!   So, keep your head and your heart warm this month -- buy a hat!  
International Outreach Task Force Earns over $3000 for Kenyan Projects    We are pleased to announce that the recent African benefit fundraiser yielded over $3000 for the Kenyan projects!  MANY thanks to everyone who came to shop, and especially to those who helped with setup, selling and pack up!  Also, the new location in Room 208 of the Church worked very well, as did the cooperation of Church staff, which was outstanding.  --Claire Robertson, International Outreach Task Force 
Will You Join Us in Reducing Our Reliance on Single Use Plastics?
November: Yogurt cups and other containers 
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!
-- Stephanie Kimball for the Green Sanctuary Task Force 
Social Justice Film Series
December 15, 5:00 p.m.
Better Angels: Reuniting America
     It all began in southwest Ohio, where Trump voters and Clinton voters gathered in Red/Blue workshops in the weeks and months after the 2016 election.  Now, the second workshop and its aftermath have been captured in  Better Angels: Reuniting America , a one-hour documentary film by Emmy-winning director Jim Brown and produced by Peter Yarrow of the legendary Peter, Paul, and Mary trio.
     Better Angels: Reuniting America  shows 8 Democratic-leaning voters and 7 Republican-leaning voters moving through a Better Angels signature Red/Blue workshop, from initial skepticism to more profound understanding and empathy. You'll get an inside look at how a Democratic voter went from threatening to cut off relationships with Trump voters to becoming dear friends with one--and how a Republican voter moved from disdaining progressives to taking co-leadership with one in a movement that now spans the country.
     You are invited to a free screening of the documentary on December 15 at 5:00 p.m. in Fellowship Hall. There will be a Q&A featuring Better Angels volunteers.
For more information visit
Questions? Contact Miles Eddy at  .
A Report from Our Special Purposes Fund
Our Special Purposes Fund (SPF) supports the Church's religious, charitable, educational and civic purposes outside of activities funded by the normal operating budget. It accepts both direct donations and donations from estates through Planned Giving. In fiscal 2018-19 (July 2018 thru June 2019), in memoriam donations were made to SPF in memory of John Hicks, Lloyd Orr, and Jean Knowlton. The SPF finished the fiscal year up 2.2% from the start of the year. Significant expenditure for carpet and lighting in the Commons, sewer repair, new projectors in the Meeting Moom and Social Justice grants were offset by donations and strong earnings on the investments. Details on these donations and contributions are in the June 2019 Congregational Annual report. For more information about SPF, please contact Andrew Appel, SPF Committee Chair. 
No More Padded Mailers Needed
From the Booktable:  The Pages to Prisoners Project has plenty of used padded mailers now, so please find another way to re-use or recycle yours. Thanks!
Community Connections
Faith in Action in Our Community
Monroe County United Ministries 
Holiday Food Basket Drive Through December 6 
The annual Monroe County United Ministries (MCUM) Holiday Food Baskets Food Drive has begun! Last year, members of our congregation donated 75% of all the food baskets donated. Sign up on the poster in the Commons, and take an instruction sheet as you do. Thank you for sharing with our hungry neighbors. Please deliver your food baskets directly to United Ministries - the deadline for delivering your baskets to MCUM is December 6th. A map is provided with the instruction sheet.  

Winter Solstice Celebration at UUI December 19 and 20
Unitarian Universalist Church of Indianapolis will host Winter Solstice Celebrations on Thursday, December 19 and Friday, December 20, 7:00 p.m. followed by a pitch-in feast. Seating is limited; doors open at 6:30 p.m., so plan to arrive early. 615 W 43rd St, IndianapolisThe Indy Winter Solstice Celebration is a collaboration among Central Indiana Unitarian Universalists from six UU congregations in the Indianapolis metro area. Singing will be led by Pam Blevins Hinkle. Click here for more information. 
  Seeking the Spirit  
Religious Education for Adults
Shambhala Meditation Meets Mondays at 12 noon
Join us at 12 noon every Monday in the Library for an hour of Shambhala Meditation.  There is no cost to sit down with us and practice meditation. We are beginner friendly. We meet in the library at church on the second floor. Use the Portico entrance and turn right, we are in the first room on the left, the library. You can use a cushion or a chair or switch between. We stretch 1/2 way through, and walk, then sit some more and close with some teachings in chant form. Take what you want and leave the rest. All are welcome. Info:  Contact Sarah Flint.
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
A gentle Hatha Yoga practice to balance the mind, body, and spirit. Tuesday evenings, from 5:30-7 pm, in Fellowship Hall. Led by Kate Mulligan of Maxwell House Yoga.
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.
UU Freethinkers Meet November 24 , 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. Every other Sunday in Room 208 at 12:45 pm.
UU Humanist Forum Meets December 1, 12:45 pm
On Sunday, December 1, at 12:45 pm the UU Humanist Forum will meet in Room 208. Ann Watzel will lead a discussion on "Taxing Wealth." The Humanist Forum meets every other Sunday with a different  discussion topic.
UU History for You
William Carlos Williams and Modernist Poetry
William Carlos Williams (1883-1963) was born and died in Rutherford, New Jersey. His father was a Unitarian of English descent and his mother, an artist, was of Puerto Rican and French ancestry. Williams was educated in New Jersey public schools and went to Geneva, Paris, and Germany for his further education. After returning from Germany, he married Florence Herman and settled in Rutherford. He became a pediatrician and practiced medicine in Rutherford and Paterson, New Jersey. During the day he did his rounds and saw patients at hospitals, and during the evening he wrote his poetry. He developed a modernist style, favoring American everyday experiences. He was a close friend of Ezra Pound and later encouraged Allen Ginsberg and the "Beat Generation" poets of the 1950's with their rebellion against a materialist insensitive society. He wrote:

"It is difficult to get the news from poems
Yet men die miserably every day
From lack of what is found there."

-- Elof Carlson, UUCB Historian
  Building Community 
Gardeners' Gathering this Sunday,  Nov. 24
Join other gardeners this Sunday, November 24, to share tips, ideas, stories, and questions.  Join us in Room 110 at 10:30 AM.  We gather on the fourth Sunday of each month during coffee hour. If you would like to be added to the Gardeners' email list, email 
Thanksgiving Potluck Pitch-in Dinner Here on November 28
Once again this year Amy Crozier will head up our Thanksgiving Potluck Dinner at 5:00 pm in Fellowship Hall on Thanksgiving Day, November 28. Please sign up in the Commons by November 24, indicating how many people are in your party and what food you will be bringing to share. We will provide turkey. All are welcome! Dan and Sharon Wiseman and Michele McCaffrey will host. Questions, contact Amy Crozier at 
Refrigerator Clean out on December 1
On Sunday, December 1, the refrigerator and freezer in the downstairs kitchen will be cleaned out in preparation for the Bazaar.  Please take your food out of the fridge before then.  All expired food and unlabeled food will be composted on Sunday, December 1.  
--Ruellen Fessenbecker, Bazaar Co-chair, and Carol Marks, Church Administrator
Bazaar December 6 & 7
We Need Your Help--You Need the Fun!  
Childcare at the Bazaar
Childcare will be offered 3 times during the Bazaar to help parents who want to shop or volunteer.  Thurs, Dec 5 from 6 p.m.-8 is a set up time and parents who want to help set up can drop kids off in Room 103.  During the Bazaar, childcare is offered with a special theme.  Friday evening, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. the program is  Gingerbread Tales.  Saturday from 9 am to 11 am, the program is Snowy Fun. Crafts and stories will center on the theme and be age appropriate.   Childcare during the Bazaar is in Room 103.  

Friendly People to Help You Sign Up to Volunteer
Melinda Pettijohn and Ann Kamman will be in the Commons between services on Nov 25 and Dec 1. They will help you sign up to take a shift staffing a booth at the Bazaar. They will also sell Lasagna dinner tickets for the dinner on Friday evening, December 6. Advance sale tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for children with a family limit of $25. The cost of the dinner is higher at the door. Melinda and Ann also have one-pint packages of frozen persimmon pulp available for $6.  What if you can't attend the lasagna dinner? You might want to purchase a ticket to donate to a hungry volunteer in need.  

Want to Make the World a Better Place?   Volunteer!  
We need more than 150 volunteer shifts filled for the Holiday Bazaar, December 6 and 7. We are pacing a bit behind for sign-ups this year, so sign up today! Each shift is only a couple of hours, and there are jobs to suit anyone's interests and abilities. There is fun to be had! Sign up using Sign Up Genius.  If you have questions (or have trouble signing up) please see us in Fellowship Hall between services on November 24 or December 1,  or contact Melinda Pettijohn at

Click, Clickety Click, Clickety Click  
That's the sound of knitting needles, crochet hooks, and weavers' shuttles once again producing delightful scarves, hats, mittens, slippers, and more to sell at this year's Holiday Bazaar. Proceeds support hunger relief programs in Bloomington. There is a box in the Commons to drop off your creations!  Mary Blizzard at 333-8957 or   -- Help Feed Our Hungry Neighbors Task Force  
The UUnique Café: Volunteer Opportunity and Delicious Food   Café Volunteers Needed! The annual Bazaar is just 2 weeks away, and once again, we will serve lunch and dinner on Friday, Dec. 6, and lunch on Saturday, Dec. 7. Grilled ham and cheese sandwiches, homemade soups, lasagna, and salad with garlic bread will be offered, followed by assorted desserts--same low prices as last year! In addition to attending the Bazaar, please consider signing up for a 2-hour shift in the kitchen. Sign up between services this Sunday, or follow link to SignUp Genius . Thank you in advance from Marlin, Martha, and Mary!!
White Elephant's Trunk High Quality Collectibles 
The White Elephant knows that all UUs have valuable items they no longer need or want but that others would love to purchase. If you have items such as dishes, kitchen wares, holiday decorations, children's toys, exotic collectibles, or truly (but not actual) white elephants, please donate them to the White Elephant's Trunk for this year's Bazaar. We are not accepting electronics, such as PCs, TVs, stereos, etc., as it is too difficult to sell them.  If you have shelving units we can borrow to display items, please let Doris know.  Bring donations starting Sunday, December 1 at 1:00 p.m. in Room 108. Want to help organize and price items?  Please contact Doris Wittenburg (812-336-4993 or ).
The Bazaar Needs Your Books  
DONATE your books, DVDs, CDs, and LPs to the Bazaar Book Store. Bring donations to the church December 1-4. Have questions or want help? Contact Craig at 812-287-3368 or  
Gourmet Galaxy Quest for the Bazaar
Calling all bakers: The UU Holiday Bazaar Galaxy Gourmet is looking for donations of your most delicious goodies. This year's Bazaar will be Dec. 6th and 7th, and now is the perfect time to start baking and freezing!  We're especially interested in yeast bread and other savory yummies.   Questions? Contact Shannon Grimme ( ). 
Call for Cookies!
The UU Holiday Bazaar Cookie Cruise (the ship formerly known as the Cookie Walk) is under sail! All you bakers can get aboard - it's never to early to bake and freeze the confections that earned the church $1,500 last year. All types are welcome, from chocolate chip to fancy-dress. Questions? Contact Linda Pickle or Meg Sears.  
Memorable Bazaar Moments from the Past
all photos by Linda Mjolsnes

Broadening Your View of Unitarian Universalism -- UU World Magazine

Did you know that you can read the quarterly magazine of the Unitarian Universalist Association online at Here are links to a few highlights from the most recent issue (Winter 2019):

Let's 'UU the Vote', by Susan Frederick-Gray, UUA President

We are less than twelve months away from the most critical elections in our lifetimes. We must not be on the sidelines.

The existential issue of our time, by Elaine McArdle

Unitarian Universalists are getting involved with growing climate action network Extinction Rebellion. 

The call of our faithby Nancy Palmer Jones and Karin Lin

What is it in Unitarian Universalism's core message that demands that its people work toward building multicultural, antiracist Beloved Community?

In cohousing communities, UU seniors are finding new ways to age in place

by Kris Willcox

Give me children and I (and they) shall die

In the fight for reproductive rights, we must discuss racial disparities in health care.

by Kim Hampton

UUA Common Read: An Indigenous Peoples' History of the US

New! Drop-in Childcare on Wednesdays
Room Change for Quiet Meditation on Nov. 20
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. Rooms 112 and 211 are reserved for quiet meditation on November 20. There is a forum on criminal justice in the Meeting Room that night. For more info contact Adrienne Summerlot,
Want to Find People at Church Who Share Your Interests?
A Birds of a Feather (BOF) Common Interest Table is a great way to find others with similar interests. Several new groups have formed as the result of BOF tables during coffee hour, including the Hiking group, Gardening group, and Roleplaying Game group. Let Ann LeDuc know if you would like to schedule a Birds of a Feather Common Interest table during coffee hour to find people who share your interests. 
Contact Ann, or (812)332-3695
This Sunday, November 24! 
Young Adult (18-35) Continuing Conversations with Free Lunch
If you are age 18-35, join other young adults this Sunday to go deeper into Sunday's sermon topic. This Sunday's service is on slavery in regards to UU History. We will gather after second service at 12:30 PM in Room 112. Thanks to a generous donation to our Young Adult program, we are able to provide lunch to all who attend. This is open to anyone ages 18-35, so bring a friend!  The Young Adults meet every second and fourth Sunday at 12:30 pm.  Free childcare is available if requested one week in advance at: Questions? Contact Ann LeDuc, Connections Coordinator at 
Ready to Become a Member?
The next membership ceremony is this Sunday, November 24 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. Membership is open to anyone age 14+ who signifies sympathy with the purposes of this church. Let the Connections Coordinator know if you would like to become a member or if you have questions at   or call (812) 332-3695. Children are welcome to attend the ceremony, and free childcare is also available in Room 108.  
Volunteers Needed to Accompany Stone Belt Clients to Church
Two Stone Belt clients would like to attend our church. You may have met one of them this past Sunday, Jeff. Jeff is friendly, independent, and interested in religious exploration. In order for Jeff and other Stone Belt clients to attend services, they must be accompanied by a member of their house staff, or trained volunteers. House staff are not always available, so we need a few volunteers to be trained to accompany Jeff and others to church. The training takes about two hours. The volunteer would need to be able to drive the clients to church and stay with them while they are at the church. If this is a volunteer opportunity that interests you or if you would like more information, please let me know. Thank you for making our church accessible and welcoming to all!  ---Ann LeDuc . 
UU 101: In which we answer  questions  about Unitarian Universalism  beyond Bloomington
How many UU congregations are there in Indiana?  ... 17! 
  1. Unitarian Universalist Church of Bloomington,
  2. Heartland UU Church, Carmel,
  3. UU Congregation of Columbus,
  4. UU Community Church of Hendricks County, Danville,
  5. UU Fellowship of Elkhart,
  6. UU Church of Evansville,
  7. UU Congregation of Fort Wayne,
  8. First Unitarian Church of Hobart,
  9. Oaklandon UU Church, Indianapolis,
  10. UU Church of Indianapolis,
  11. All Souls Unitarian Church, Indianapolis,
  12. UU Fellowship of Kokomo,
  13. UU Church of Muncie,
  14. First Unitarian Church of South Bend,
  15. First UU Congregation, Terre Haute,
  16. UU Church of Tippecanoe County, West Lafayette,
  17. Sacred Path UU - Indianapolis, (not a member of UUA)
Interested in connecting to UU congregations in other places? You can search by location on the Unitarian Universalist Association's website:
Hike with Us on December 15!
Join us for a 2.6 mile hike at Trevlac Bluffs, part of the Sycamore Land Trust, on Sunday, December 15. We will meet in the parking lot of the old east side K-mart, behind Bloomingfoods East at 2:00 pm to carpool to the trailhead.  More information about Trevlac Bluffs is available here:  Email if you plan to join us. We will cancel if it rains, or if the roads are slick. 
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. 
Our Ministers

Reverend Mary Ann Macklin, our Senior Minister
Reverend Macklin is on sabbatical 
until December 1.

Reverend Scott McNeill, our Associate Minister,  
can be reached at 812-332-3695 (ext. 209) and is available by appointment on 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. 
Deadline for Order of Service and Friday Update Info
for Next Week is Wednesday, November 27.
Because of the Thanksgiving holiday, we will be preparing the Friday Update for November 29 on Wednesday, November 27, so please send information for the 11/29 Update to by 9:00 a.m. on November 27. We will also prepare the order of service for December 1 on Wednesday, November 27, so please send any information for that order of service to by 9:00 a.m. on November 27. The offices will be closed on November 28 and 29.
Church Offices Closed November 28 & 29
for Thanksgiving
Regular office hours will resume Monday, December 2, 10:00 a.m. Administrative staff will be in the office, Room 204, on Sunday December 1, 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Pertinent Details:
Office hours : M-F, 10 am-4 pm
Calendar:  For our full calendar of events, visit
Facebook: Many church events are also posted on our  Facebook page
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:   Dec 3, Dec 17, Jan 7, Jan 21, Feb 4, Feb 18, Mar 3, Mar 17
Livestreaming Our Sunday Services  
View a live broadcast of our Sunday services (9:15 and 11:15 am):
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Have a problem viewing or hearing the service?
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:   Oct 20   Oct 27   Nov 3

Membership: 533 certified members; 547 current members.
Sunday, November 10      9:15 - 110     11:15 - 138    RE: 46     TOTAL:  148     
Sunday, November 17      9:15 -  90      11:15 - 124    RE: 20     TOTAL:  214
Non-Pledge Offering:     November 10 :  $507    November 17:  $421
   Total to be donated (25%) to Volunteers in Medicine: $232.00 
Grocery Card Sales:    (Bloomingfoods, Lucky's Market, or Fresh Thyme)  
November 10:  $50      November 17:  $400 
    Total income to UUCB: $22.50 
During the last quarter (July thru September 2019) we received $446.72 from Kroger, with 134 UU households participating.
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