We hosted a day-long introduction to Quaker Quest in October and seek openings to make use of what we learned. Committees continue to work hard on our physical property, with special concerns for greening, accessibility, and keeping water out.
We enjoyed another memorable Christmas Eve potluck, hymn sing, and Meeting for Worship. We welcomed Kathleen Finn as the new coordinator of a growing First Day School. We also welcomed several babies. Tate was born to Robin Appleberry and Ken Forsberg; twins Asa and Ruby were born to John and Erika Hurvitz; and Nathaniel was born to Margot Greenlee and Todd Harvey. Two members died: Barbara Nnoka was a pillar of many decades and many programs, including our scholarship program for students of DC public high schools. Peter Craig was best known for successfully blocking expressways from dissecting the District of Columbia inside the Beltway. Both are missed.