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Fall 2018 Bulletin Available

Editors Peggy Daub & Jeff Cooper of Ann Arbor Meeting have put out the Fall 2018 issue of Lake Erie Yearly Meeting’s newsletter, the Bulletin. You can access it here. Paper copies will be going out to meetings and individuals shortly.

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Submit items for the Fall Bulletin by Oct. 1, 2018

Submissions for the Lake Erie Yearly Meeting Fall Bulletin are requested by Monday, October 1.  We would love to see news and photos from monthly meetings, as well as committee reports, articles on personal spiritual paths, poems, and artwork.  Contact us if you have any questions.

Send material to bulletinleym@gmail.com.

Peggy Daub and Jeff Cooper, LEYM Bulletin Editors

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Winter Bulletin now available (January 2018)

The new Bulletin is now available.

Copies have been e-mailed to those who have requested them. You can go here to sign up to receive a copy of each Bulletin as it is published.

Paper copies are at the printer and should be arriving at your meeting or worship group in the next couple of weeks.

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Invitation to contribute to LEYM newsletter

All are invited to contribute articles, poems, or artwork to the Winter issue of the Lake Erie Yearly Meeting Bulletin.  We especially welcome accounts of activities your Meeting is involved in, such as celebrations or active witness in the world.

This is also a good time for committees to distribute anything they want to get to people before Representative Meeting on April 14, 2018.

DEADLINE:  MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 2018

Questions and submissions can be sent to bulletinleym@gmail.com

Peggy Daub & Jeff Cooper
Co-editors, Lake Erie Yearly Meeting Bulletin

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Fall 2017 Bulletin Available

New editors Peggy Daub & Jeff Cooper, of Ann Arbor Meeting, have put out their first joint issue of Lake Erie Yearly Meeting’s newsletter, the Bulletin. You can access it here.

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1960s LEYM Bulletins Posted

Early Bulletins from 1963 and 1964 have been added to the Bulletin archives. The first edition for 1963 details the formation of Lake Erie Yearly Meeting alongside the existing Lake Erie Association. You can find them here.

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