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Wednesday, February 08, 2006

ANTS Student E-News - Wednesday, February 8, 2006

In this message:

- UU Worship Revised Scheduled
- BTI Science and Religion Newsletter Available Online
- GLANTS Meeting
- Black History Month Book Sale at Trask Library

UU Worship Revised Scheduled

Spring 2006

February 9 Leslie Becknell

February 16 Rev. David Johnson

February 23 Roger Peltier

March 2 Rev. Charlie Clements, Director UU Service Committee

March 9 Kerri Saucier

March 16 Megan Lynes

March 23 Jen Duhamel

March 30 Rev. Bob McKetchnie

April 6 Erica Baron and Joanne Giannino, "An Abraxas Communion"

April 20 Rev. Ed Lynn

April 27 Professor Carol Fontaine

May 4 Senior Recognition Ceremony

Joanne Giannino
Ministerial Intern
First Universalist Society in Franklin, Massachusetts

BTI Science and Religion Newsletter Available Online

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

The BTI Science and Religion Newsletter, edited by Mr. Frank Villa is
available on-line at


Marian Simion

GLANTS Meeting - Tuesday, February 14
Small dining room

More info:


GLANTS is the Andover Newton Fellowship for gay, lesbian, bisexual,
transgender, queer and questioning students and our allies. We will be
meeting in the Small Dining Room every Tuesday at lunch for fellowship
and any projects we decide we want to work on. Come join us! Contact
Erica Baron at or with
questions, or to be put onto the GLANTS email list.

Contact: Erica Baron

Black History Month Book Sale at Trask Library

In honor of celebrating February as Black History Month, the

Trask Library is conducting a book sale of items of black history,

theology, sociology, economy and biography. Many of the donated

books are from the personal library of recently retired Rev. Virgil Wood

of the Pond Street Baptist Church of Providence, Rhode Island.

Rev. Wood is a civil rights pioneer who served and marched with the

Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. We are privileged to have received this

collection from Rev. Wood and pleased to be able to offer it to the

Andover Newton family. Many of the volumes are signed by the

authors in tribute to Rev. Wood. Please stop by throughout the month of

February to share in this piece of Black History at Trask Library.

ANTS E-news
Karen Brockney
617-964-1100 ext. 225