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Second Month 20, 2021
The young Friends invited the entire Meeting to participate in
Lots of participants, kids galore, two dogs, brilliant sunshine, no wind, hot drinks, muffins and homemade cookies, and good vibes.....
Thanks so much to everyone! It was great to see everyone in person and have some time to visit. Thanks especially to Eden for her idea and persistence, and to Patty B, Susan, and Jen for all the delicious drinks, cookies and muffins.
I'm attaching some pictures!
Thanks lots for this!! It was wonderful to see you all today, and to make this project a reality. Grateful to Tim and Patty for the food and beverage table, and to Susan for the delicious cookies..
I asked Ponkho Bermejo where to find the little pantries and he said to do a Google search for Beloved Asheville Street Pantry and refer to the map. Beloved has a recent post in Facebook, too, that shows them stocking a few of the pastries so you can see them as a "street view" lol. Here's a
link to the map that came up when I did that Google search. Going to look for one closest to our apartment.
Second Month 9, 2021
Pat met with Chief Sneed, the Principal Chief of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians to discuss the proposed Land Acknowledgement from the Asheville Friends Meeting. During that meeting, Chief Sneed gave Pat the medallion shown below