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Using the book, The Hidden Life of Trees, What They Feel, How They Communicate, Shirley will explore our UU Principle of the interdependent web of all life. Trees and plants are connected to each other, to insects, and to us. What can we learn about ourselves by examining the life of trees? More than you might suspect!

Shirley Kinney, a retired elementary school teacher and law firm administrator, creates whimsical fantasy figures from clay and cloth and whatever is available. She is active in the UU fellowship, having served as President, Program Chair, and currently as the Secretary of the Board of Stewards. Among her many contributions, Shirley leads us in song on the piano most Sundays and guides us through our ‘Imagine That!’ program.

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