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The Current News page has a blog format for showing news as it happens in chronological order. The President's Message is the same - the monthly articles found in the Sunday Gazette. The Music and RE menus will provide their monthly articles and any other updates that you should be aware of.

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The President's Perspective -- August, 2016

The dog days of August are upon us, but the usual slow summer months are over at UUFG, and as the month comes to a close and we pick up steam heading into fall, here’s what has been happening: [Click "Read more..." to continue]

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The President's Perspective -- June 2016

Dear Members,

It is with mixed emotions that I write my last column as president. I have so enjoyed this year working with the other Board members and I am sorry to leave the Board. However, I leave knowing that the new Board is in good hands with Pete Runyan at the helm. [Click "Read more..." to continue.]

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The President's Perspective -- April 2016

Things are really moving forward at UUFG. First, I want to urge you to mark your calendars for the Annual Congregational Meeting, May 22, immediately following the Sunday service. Decisions will be made that affect the entire congregation, and we want to have your voice heard. [Click "Read more..." to continue.]

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The President's Perspective -- May 2016

This church year is passing fast and many things are happening. [Click "Read more..." to continue.]

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The President's Perspective -- March 2016

The sky is falling! The sky is falling!

No, I’m not being Chicken Little today. I just wanted to tell you about our roof problems. The roofs on our buildings are the original roofs, 20 years old. Roof life in Florida is less than 20 years, so our roof is currently on life support. We have been patching leaks for some time now, but if we have a major storm during hurricane season this year, we could be looking at substantial damage to our ceilings from additional leaks. If you tour our buildings, you will see places where we have already had leaks onto the ceiling. [Click "Read more..." to continue.]

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