Stevens Point Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will celebrate 50 years
The Stevens Point Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 3116 Algoma St., Stevens Point, will celebrate 50 years of community activity Saturday, Sept. 17.
The seeds of the Stevens Point Unitarian Universalist Fellowship began in 1965 during a meeting of founding leaders in Stevens Point. Members Nancy and George Stevenson, Lillian Mather, Doug Hall, Pat Mather, Robert Mather, Pat and Leon Lewis, Chandler and Beverly McKelvey and Robert Zeigler saw it through to its official approval by the Unitarian Universalist Association in 1966.
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