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Text Box: Text Box: Weekly Schedule:
Potluck and Spirit circle: Sunday evenings starting at 4:30pm. Bring a dish, an empty stomach, and an open ear for a little bit of down time.
Drum circle and Reiki healing: Monday nights starting at 6pm. (Reiki is a Japanese method of relaxation, meditation, stress reduction, and mostly spiritual healing.) 
Text Box: Movie Night: We believe that sitting down at least once a week and watching a movie with your family and friends is one of many ways to create an even stronger bond. Right now we are working on having a movie night, but we are in need of a DVD/VCR player, and possibly a new TV (the old one’s in sad shape)  If you’ like to help either by letting us  borrow the supplies until we find more permanent fixtures, or by donating Text Box: then pleas contact via email or phone.
loveandmusic20004@aol.com
(724) 547-7341
Text Box: berries as you can handle                                                        3/4 cup half and half cream               1 egg
Directions: Preheat you oven o 375 degrees. Cut the butter into your mixture of flour, sugar baking powder, and salt. Add the blueberries (you can NEVER have to much blueberry.. haha) and toss gently to mix so you don’t squish the berries. Now get a separate bowl and beat the Text Box:     Recently a conversation came up at a potluck about food that makes you feel better. Well, here’s a recipe that is sure to make you smile on a cold day:
Blueberry Scones: 12 servings
2 cups all purpose flour                      1/4 cup packed brown sugar                 1 tablespoon baking powder                  1/4 teaspoon salt                           1cup butter, chilled                             As many fresh (or frozen) blueText Box: egg and cream together slowly adding the dry ingredients. Stir until dough forms. Knead the dough only until it comes together. Do not over handle. Divide the dough in half, and on a lightly floured board shape each half into a six inch round. Cut into six wedges. Now all you have to do is bake on an un-greased cookie sheet for about 20 minutes. Let cool, and then get your grub on.
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Text Box: Letter From CULM
Text Box: effect, but there’s been only a special few that have gotten back to us about it. It’s very important that the church makes at least a little extra money doing something. 
    It’s very hard to run a non profit organization  despite popular beliefs. We’ve only been making it as a lose-profit organization thus far. The dedicated volunteers helping Text Box: us along the way are really a gift to our cause, because if not for them we might not have what we have today. 
    Hope your new years is bright and the next one is brighter.
Always,
CULM
Text Box: Dear Readers,
    The coming of this new year means that the holiday season is now simmering down and everyone is going back to their daily lives. The business hasn’t stopped here though. We’ve been making changes on the website, changes to the grounds, the people, etc. The Bucket, Bell, and Bar program is still in Text Box: Man he is constantly growing and when he is bound by a set pattern of ideas or ways of doing things; that is when he stops growing

Bruce Lee
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