Retired UWBC English Professor Robert Hasman will conduct the Service hour at the Blue Hills Universalist-Unitarian fellowship Sunday, November 17th. Bob’s topic “The Inconvenience Store on Difficult Street” promises to deliver a wealth of pithy views on modern life, as well as the wisdom of an Elder who has been observant of generational change. The Service Hour begins at 10:00 a.m.
The Blue Hills UU’s are also hosting their annual SOUPER SUNDAY this same morning, beginning at 11:30 a.m. Members offer an interesting variety of home made soups, chilis and stews, as well as a range of home made breads at this fund raising event which is open to the public. For $5 dollars, participants are invited to partake of “all the soup they can eat”, as well as to purchase additional to take with them; the funds raised at this event go towards enabling some of the local Blue Hills UU humanitarian efforts.
The Unitarian-Universalists are a welcoming congregation and the Blue Hills fellowship is located at 230 W. Messenger in Rice Lake.