FUS Youth Program
Water Justice Project (Oct. 25–26 services)Several YG teens are volunteering as interns with FUS’s Water Sentinel Team.
The team will display posters and speak to the congregation about the
importance of water justice at Oct. 25-26 services. Money collected at the
services will support water justice projects and teens get to vote on what
those projects will be. We need 5 teens to volunteer to be collect money and
help at the Sentinels’ information table at each service.
YG Parents’ Meeting (Sun, Oct. 26, 4-6 pm)Parents, please plan to meet with Kelly Crocker Sunday, Oct. 26, 4–6 p.m. Kelly has information to
share about the Nov. 21-23 Youth Conference in Brookfield, WI. She’d also like to discuss plans to
host a mini-conference here at FUS and the parental support needed to make that possible.
YG Made Blankets for Homeless TeensThanks to Amy Noble from Transition Education Program for sharing a video and information about
homeless teens in Dane County at the Oct. 5 YG meeting. Teens created six fleece blankets to
help keep homeless teens warm in the winter months. Many teens wanted to know what else they
could do to help. See information posted in First Unitarian Society Youth Group Facebook Page.
Sign Up for SnacksThat’s an ongoing need. See Sign-Up List for Weekly Snacks
Youth Group Calendar
Saturday, Oct. 25, 4:30 pm service & Sunday, Oct. 26, 9 am & 11 am services
Youth Group needed as ushers for Water Justice Project collection & information
Sunday, Oct. 26, 4-6 pm, Room TBA, YG Parents’ Meeting with Kelly Crocker
Sunday, Oct. 26, 4-6 pm, Courtyard Rooms A–C, Youth Group Meeting
Dip Theology—Sample a variety of dips while watching favorite Halloween TV specials for kids
Sunday, Nov. 2, DAYLIGHT SAVINGS ENDS! Turn back clocks 1 hr
Advisors’ Meeting, 2–3:45 pm; Youth join at 2:45 pm
Youth Group Meeting, 4–6 pm, Courtyard Rooms A–C
Activity to be decided
For More Information contact Kelly Crocker.
First Unitarian Society Youth Group Facebook page for teens
First Unitarian Society Youth Group Parent's Page Facebook page for parents