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Octagram

Each week, we publish an electronic newsletter. Called the Octagram (out of deference to our unique octagonally-shaped sanctuary), this newsletter offers another way for us to share our current and upcoming events,  as well as opportunities to get involved.

If you would like to receive the Octagram, you are welcome to SUBSCRIBE TO IT HERE.

Still have questions? Please feel free to reach out to our Campus Administrator, and you will be assisted! 

New Member Profile: Judy Toth

 

Judy became a member of UU Clearwater in

April 2023. She already has become a Worship
Associate and volunteered to make coffee for

the social hour. Her last name rhymes with
“both”.

 

Background
I was born in Washington, D.C. and lived in the

Maryland area until 5 years ago when I made
Florida my permanent home.

 

Family 
I have four grown children and 7 grandchildren and two adorable great-grandchildren. My son Brian and his wife just came to visit and loved the beach and how relaxed people are here!


Life work
I graduated from American University and Montgomery College.  I became a Leader at the Washington Ethical Society for fifteen years. A leader is a minister. We were affiliates of the UUA.  I was called to the St. Louis Ethical Society to be the Senior Leader there and I left after seven years to retire and move back to Maryland and my family. There I started a second career teaching preschoolers and subbing for 8 years.


Personal
I live with
my partner, Kathy, and my red fox coonhound, Emma. I love to read, garden and paint using watercolor and acrylics. I was so glad to find UU Clearwater, which has a warm welcoming group of folks and a wise and inspiring minister named Amy.​

Letters to the Editor (Tampa Bay Times)

UUC members Ron Vierling and Scotty Scott each had letters to the editor published on December 3, 2023, in the Tampa Bay Times. Ron's letter was the Times' letter of the month. Anne Burnham joined the ranks with her letter appearing on December 17, 2023. 

Writing letters to the editor is an important way for each of us to demonstrate our values to the wider community.

CLICK HERE TO READ THE LETTERS

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