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Happy Fall!

I hope this season is treating you well, and you have had the opportunity to start settling into the new season.  I love the fall, as it reminds me of the cycle of life- in order to rejuvenate and grow in the spring, nature needs to shed from the last period of growth.  It's also moody- like our email photo looks today!   

I hope this season is treating you well, and you have had the opportunity to start settling into the new season.  I love the fall, as it reminds me of the cycle of life- in order to rejuvenate and grow in the spring, nature needs to shed from the last period of growth.  It's also moody- as you see below.  


After a pause in September, we are working on figuring out how to host with the current Pandemic Environment.  We are thankful for being able to have at least two in-person sessions in July and August.  The women who met gathered and related to one another - and we are gracious to our hosts, Maria and Lori.While we recognize that we can host with reduced risk of transmission (some protocols include capping participants at 6, meals that are individually pre-served, social distancing, being outside when able, and pre-screening for symptoms), we cannot be risk-free.  We will never ask someone to host if they feel uncomfortable with it. 

However, that means it is difficult to find a) locations that are suitable, and b) hosts that would like to cook.  We need both to be able to continue offering dinners on a regular basis.  My ask to you - do you know host's or locations within the Sea-to-Sky that would like to help? 


Finally, because we are not meeting in person, please do not hesitate to reach out to one another, or to any of us who make up the board.  We would love to support as able, even if it just means some texts or a phone call. 


Wishing you health, wellness, and connection during this season.  We will keep any events on the webpage, and also send an email blast when we put one up!

After a pause in September, we are working on figuring out how to host with the current Pandemic Environment.  We are thankful for being able to have at least two in-person sessions in July and August.  The women who met gathered and related to one another - and we are gracious to our hosts, Maria and Lori. While we recognize that we can host with reduced risk of transmission (some protocols include capping participants at 6, meals that are individually pre-served, social distancing, being outside when able, and pre-screening for symptoms), we cannot be risk-free.  We will never ask someone to host if they feel uncomfortable with it. 

However, that means it is difficult to find a) locations that are suitable, and b) hosts that would like to cook.  We need both to be able to continue offering dinners on a regular basis.  My ask to you - do you know host's or locations within the Sea-to-Sky that would like to help? 


Finally, because we are not meeting in person, please do not hesitate to reach out to one another, or to any of us who make up the board.  We would love to support as able, even if it just means some texts or a phone call. 


Wishing you health, wellness, and connection during this season.  We will keep any events on the webpage, and also send an email blast when we put one up!

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