Activities are subject to change. Watch the church bulletin, and this webpage, for details/changes. Signup forms for most activities are available in the church narthex. Some activities may have to be cancelled or rescheduled due to weather conditions; read the VPC inclement weather policy. For more information contact SWATT at firstname.lastname@example.org.
| Month||Potluck Luncheon (Wednesdays)||Activities|
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July 16: (Note that luncheon is 3rd Wed in July). Potluck luncheon with Joanna Walker. Joanna returns to SWATT (she formerly showed us her trek in Nepal) to sing Broadway hits. She enjoys entertaining and is a regular at Jammin’ Java in Vienna.
Aug 13: Ambassador(Ret.) Richard Kauzlarich will give a slide presentation providing background and current insight into the ongoing political upheaval in the Russian Ukraine and Crimea. Ambassador Kauzlarich served 32 years in the Foreign Service and was US Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1997-1999 and to Azerbaijan in 1994-1997 and has served in Ethiopia, Israel and Togo.
Sep 10: Historical interpretor, Jenee Lindner will assume the personas of Clara Barton (founder of American Red Cross), Julia Ward Howe (writer of Battle Hymn of the Republic), and Sarah Tracy (caretaker of Mt. Vernon during the civil war).
Oct 8: Historian and raconteur Jim Lewis will present D-Day, Part II. He will focus on the events after the D-Day landing. His slides will give shape to the Allied and Axis strategies, the weaponry, and the destruction of WWII, particularly the Battle of the Bulge. His fast paced anecdote laced informative presentation will educate and entertain.
Nov 12: Harry Strong’s career had to do with weather and mapping the oceans but along the way his hobby became ocean sea turtles. Having travelled the seas with NOAA and more recently being a speaker on cruise liners, his sea turtle tales are factual and visually informative. His slideshow/video presentation has the added benefit of sharing some of his light-hearted personal experiences.