UUFDC Social Justice Scholarship Awarded

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Door County (UUFDC) is proud to announce that the recipient of the 2018 UUFDC $1000 Social Justice Scholarship is Ms. Korrina Ervin, a senior from Washington Island High School. Ms. Ervin was selected in recognition of her deep commitment to social justice both in her...

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$1000 SOCIAL JUSTICE SCHOLARSHIP – Application due March 31, 2018

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Door County (UUFDC) is pleased to announce a $1000 scholarship to be awarded to a Door County graduating senior who demonstrates an outstanding personal commitment to social justice. This scholarship opportunity is open to graduating seniors from Gibraltar, Sevastopol, and Washington Island high schools, as...

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Jack Anderson Featured in UU Gallery

By Estella Lauter Jack Anderson prepared for a career in teaching art by earning a Bachelor and a Masters degree in Art Education, and he taught art in Illinois public schools for many years.  In the 1960s, however, he began to enroll in summer workshops with Gerhard Miller, and his...

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Hermke Timm July Artist in UU Gallery

Born in Germany, Hermke Timm trained as an engraver and worked in Switzerland and Norway before returning to Germany to study art and design. In 1964, he emigrated to the U.S. and worked for many private mints as an independent engraver, creating tooling and designs for medallions and coins. In...

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Connie Glowacki Featured Artist For June

By Estella Lauter Connie Glowacki was a kindergarten teacher in Janesville until 1971 when she left to become a full-time mom. In 1980 when she wanted to return to teaching, there were no openings, so she took classes in watercolor and discovered a second calling. She became so successful that...

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