Little did I know that Landrum was 94 years old. He is still very active and still really passionate about peace and finding peace in all situations It's a long read for his session but worth it.
Here are this morning's announcements:
-Early morning worship will meet at Hampton Inn on the 4th floor in the Jefferson Room at 6:30am. # 401 and 402
-Before your departure, please return your name tags to the box on the registration desk. In the School Lobby.
We appreciate your consideration!
-Shuttle buses will leave at 7am, 11am, 3pm and after the evening service for those in need of transportation to or from motels.
-Interest groups needing space or time to meet, contact the FUM offices on the 1st floor.
-Evening offerings will benefit the FUM General Fund and all field staff ministry accounts
-There is the line inside and a line OUTSIDE. You can get to it by walking to the Nurses Station and entering the gate to the Tent area to find the Food Tables.
-Please join us outside for this lovely North Carolina day.
-These items are in the office if you are missing any. Scarf, Jewelry, Glasses
-Some items have been left in the bookstore. Jewelry, sandals, etc. Please see the office for these items.
-Lost and found items can be turned in or picked up from the High Point Friends Meeting Office (Room-213).
-Registration was moved to the Friends School lobby after lunch yesterday. Please check there for registration concerns and NCYM info.
-A Silent Auction for a number of items is in progress in the Bookstore on the first floor. All proceeds will benefit the Ministry Accounts of field staff. Visit the Bookstore to see items and place a bid. All bids must be in by Saturday 10 am.
-Worship Sharing Groups meet every morning after Bible Study. Sign up for a group at the FUM office. Meeting places are listed on the sign-up sheet.
-Nursery is in the Meeting Nursery.
-FRIDAY TOURS: Sign up at the registration desk (NCYM at School) Loading at 1:45. Tours to Quaker Lake, Guilford College/ Mendenhall Plantation, Quaker Museums/ Cemetaries, NC ZOO
-For departing attendees needing transportation from the hotels or High Point Friends Meeting to the airport or train station, there is a sign-up sheet on the registration desk at the NCYM Office in the School. Please be sure to complete all the information by TODAY.
-The FUM Triennial Blog web address is:triennials2008.blogspot.comIt is updated after every session.
-Friday Interest Groups:Intervisitation Program of Baltimore Yearly Meeting, 1:30-3 in the Music Room. FCNL—The pastoral and the Prophetic: Dealing with Congress on the Middle East, 1pm in the Chapel. Pawnee Indian Baptist Church—Kenyan Dancing, 3pm in the School Amphitheatre.
-BOOK SIGNING: SATURDAY 3pm
outside of the bookstore featureing these authors: Mary Glenn Hadley, David Goff, Howard Macy, John Punshon, Billy Britt and Ben Richmond.
-Ask any FUM staff member how you can get a complete set of FUM Staff prayer cards.
-Items for Saturday’s Daily Minute must be in by 5pm TODAY. They can be left in the NCYM office, FUM office or given to Sara Beth Terrell
-John Punshon book sales at special time:
Friday Evening following the Johnson lecture outside the meeting room. Books will be autographed Saturday at 3 pm.
-Western Yearly Meeting History: For information or to order see Peggy Hollingsworth, Kay Carter or Leanna Roberts during FUM. Cost is $25 plus $5 Shipping; make checks payable to Western Yearly Meeting.
-Pendle Hill: Opportunities for study and service available. See Display in room 3.
-USFWI 2010 Triennial Fundraiser: Visit display in bookstore for a variety of items including luggage tags, canvas bags and Jamaican Blue Coffee. Help raise funds for 2010 Triennial in Kenya!
-COPIES: Landrum Bollings Peace Lecture and Sylvia Graves Keynote address will be available on or after 20 July 2008 on the FUM website. www.fum.org
-BOOKSTORE: Friends United Press online shopping center can be accessed at www.fum.org/shop or at 1-800-537-8839