Month: August 2019

Blowing Our Horn

Being your president for two years has been a life-changing experience.  The support I received from my husband, Ray, my officers (Gail Rosecrance as Vice-President, Tom Sievers as Treasurer, and Bonnie Friedmann as Secretary), as well from the other Committee Heads, Fellowship Representatives and members … read more.

A New Logo? Logo!

By Caitlin McGinn and Carolyn Burlingame-Goff

A little over two years ago, an article appeared in The Guardian about how the Quakers had used the redesign of their logo as a means to reconsider their identity and reach out to a new generation of possible members.  … read more.

All Carrots, No Sticks!

Volunteerism in the 21st Century is not what it was in the 20th.  My mother used to volunteer so that she could justify leaving the house, get away from us kids, socialize with her friends, demonstrate that she did, in fact, have a brain, and … read more.

By-Law Change: Presidential Terms

EUU President Carolyn Burlingame-Goff

At the recent CC Meeting in Basel, we discussed the effect term limits had on our volunteers.  Overall we felt it was positive for there to be a limit on the term of the President, both so that volunteers could step back … read more.