This book on the Indian Wars, published a few years ago, stayed with member David Bland and changed his way of thinking about global events in the 21st century. So he is sharing a review.Read More
Several members have answered the invitation of our Social Affairs Committee to lead a hike, a stroll, or other fun get-together. In March, small groups got together for an invigorating hike, an inspiring morning of bird-watching, and a fun kite-flying adventure.
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We are moving forward with vaccinations, with staying connected, and with selecting our interim leader, says Society President Susan Lesh. Hope is alive for getting together in person soon–until then, we have to be careful “on the ice.”
The Social Action Committee’s recent survey showed that political reform, gun-law reform, and racial justice are among the most important issues to members. Read More
Since our last update, the Re-opening Task Force has continued to compile the growing scientific and governmental information related to Covid-19 and to meet to help guide the Board of Trustees in its response to the situation. Our primary concern continues to be our members and friends who wish to congregate in our building, which […]
The members interviewing interim leader candidates believe they are close to recommending one or two candidates for consideration by the Board of Trustees and the Leadership Advisory Committee plans an exit interview with Joe by year-end.Read More