Unity found, minute elusive at Pacific Yearly Meeting

This afternoon the plenary session reached unity on creating a youth coordinator position for three years.

However, agreeing on the minute had to wait. The parents of children had to leave to sign their children out of the children's program. There wasn't time to wordsmith the minute, and there may have even been some Friends who wished to stand aside. Without being able to keep the full group together, the presiding clerk said he would write out the proposed minute, post it, and we'll come back to it later.

(For background, see my previous post; and see pacificyearlymeeting.org for the 28-page proposal and 110-page appendices!)

Okay, now I have to go listen to Rolene Walker talk about her Walk with Earth.


Robin M. said...

Thank you, thank you for posting this!

Brian said...

Chris ,
this is Brian Drayton
looking to reconnect with you since the TNDC days on personal and professional tip. Contact me soon.

Brian Drayton
Executive Director
Richmond Spokes
Richmond, California
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