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Update from the Covid Standards and Safe Reopening Committee – MAY 7, 2021

The Covid Standards and Safe Reopening Committee have been consulting with several UFP groups regarding their in-person activities. For the most part, in-person activities were transitioned over a year ago to being offered at a distance, very successfully, using various technologies. Some activities, however, such as walking buddies, some music production, providing meals or groceries to those in need and helping transport folks to medical appointments, for example, just can’t be done without occasionally being in the presence of others. Instead of creating separate safety protocols for each of these activities, the committee has created a covid safety protocol that is more general and addresses any and all UFP community based activities. Please take a moment to review the document that is linked here. The Covid Standards and Safe Reopening Committee welcomes questions for very specific activities and contact information is provided for that purpose. Stay safe, Stay Well.

The protocol is HERE.


The board of the Unitarian Fellowship of Peterborough thanks Marta Hanlon for her two years of service and bids adieu. Marta has completed her term and now plans to exert her energies in other directions.

We say hello and welcome to new members Tracy Galvin, Meredith Hill, and Brian Thorn. And we welcome back Stephanie Curtin (Wildheart), Heather-Lynn Fraser, Chris Risley, and Ben Wolfe for the second year of their current terms, as well as Guy Hanchet and Joan Higginson who were re-elected for a new term.

The board met immediately following the AGM and elected the officers of the board for the next year: President, Stephanie Curtin (Wildheart); Vice President, Ben Wolfe; Treasurer, Joan Higginson; and Secretary, Chris Risley.

This team of nine is nearly a full complement for the board and we are looking forward to working and learning together. The bylaws still allow for one more board member, so if ever you find yourself wondering how you can contribute, please give us a call. 

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