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GPQM Called Meeting Wed. August 19

Green Pastures Quarterly Meeting is holding a special called meeting at 7:15 pm on Wednesday August 19, in the Ann Arbor Friends Meetinghouse, 1420 Hill Street, Ann Arbor.

The purpose of this meeting is to discern what action, if any, Green Pastures should take to ensure that the minute concerning the laying down of Friends School in Detroit, which we adopted at our May business meeting, is appropriately carried out.

Because one proposal is that we remove the current board of the school and name a board to serve in its place, the Nominating Committee is attempting to prepare a slate of names of possible board members for the meeting’s consideration.  If the meeting reaches unity that the board should be replaced, then we will have a resource to help in carrying out this decision.

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Green Pastures Fall Meeting Sept. 19

Green Pastures Quarterly Meeting
Fall Meeting September 19th
9ish to 4ish
Place TBA
Lunch provided
Youth activities
More information to follow
Geoff Brieger
248 – 547 – 3073
Ellerie Brownfain
415 – 378 – 6060

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GPQM Spring Gathering May 16 at MFC

Join us for Green Pastures Quarterly Meeting’s spring gathering 5th Month, 16th Day, 2015, from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Schedule & Business Agenda

Documents to Read Ahead

Where: Michigan Friends Center, 7748 Clark Lake Rd, Chelsea, MI 48118

Cost: $10 donation for lunch

Clerk: Ellerie Brownfain
Asst Clerk: Susan Hartman
Recording Clerk: Tom Blackwell
Treasurer: Inge Breiger

Children’s Program: Provided by Ann Arbor Friends

Lunch: Provided by Birmingham Friends Meeting

Walk around Friends Lake Property: Jason Tallant has confirmed that he will be happy to lead a walk around the 90 acre Friends Lake property. Jason is our environmental planning specialist; he’s a landscape ecologist at the University of Michigan and the father of a couple of the young kids in the Friends Lake community. He has prepared two new maps for us: the trails map and the map of the varied ecological niches on the property. After the walk, friends are encouraged to stay and enjoy the weather and friendships.


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