Rain or shine, the Chequamegon Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (CUUF) will have its annual poetry service at the picnic pavilion in Memorial Park in Washburn. Minister Stacy Craig will share verses from diverse UU voices, and attendees will be invited to share a poem that has been meaningful to them. While there is some seating available, CUUF encourages you to bring a lawn chair for the service.
Caring for One Another During COVID-19
Children and youth are ineligible to receive the vaccination, and our guidelines for gathering will reflect our deep care for their wellbeing.
- If you have any COVID-related symptoms, including a fever higher than 100 degrees, a cough, or loss of taste or smell, please do not attend this gathering—but do reach out and let us know if you need anything.
- If you’ve recently traveled to a COVID hotspot or have had a known COVID exposure, please do not attend this gathering.
- Be a kind neighbor and bring a mask, and if you are in close proximity with others or in conversation, just ask each other if they would like you to wear a mask.
CUUF is a Welcoming Congregation and invites people of every age, race, gender identity, sexual orientation, language, ability, religion, or cultural background to attend. For a complete description of the service, please visit www.chequamegonuuf.org.