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Experiencing the Eclipse Many Memphis Friends traveled over the Mississippi River to Arkansas to view the eclipse while others stayed in Memphis.  Debbie writes, “My husband, one of my friends, and I went to Pocahontas, AR, northwest of Jonesboro. We had a scenic site on the Black River to sit, eat a picnic lunch and…

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Friend Pat Stone Jessup Patricia Stone Jessup passed away in the early hours of March 13. A lifelong Quaker, Pat had attended a Quaker Church in North Carolina as a child and was a faithful attender at our meeting for three decades. In her early days with us she led several seminars that met every…

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Friend Marian Fuson – 1920 to 2024 Marian Fuson passed away on February 7 at her home in the Quaker Kendal Retirement Community in Kennet Square PA. She was 103 years of age. Marian was born to Quaker parents in New Jersey where she attended Moorestown Friends School. She graduated from Oberlin College in 1942…

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Is There a Quaker Personality? By Khyber  I attended a workshop on using enneagrams for spiritual direction this January and it got me wondering about how personality interacts with belief and faith. The enneagram method is a scientifically tested but ancient way of looking at people through nine personality types. (Ennea is Greek for nine.)…

creche scene - a MFM tradition

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Ron’s Christmas Concert, held in the First Day School room on his birthday December 14, was attended by about a dozen children. Ron writes, “We sang Christmas songs with some piano accompaniment from two of the older children, and Ron told the story of how the tradition of hanging colored lights on Christmas Trees began….

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