Our next General Meeting is
Monday November 22, 2021 at 7:00pm
Tessie Castillo, author of Crimson Letters: Voices from Death Row
Tessie is an author, journalist, and public speaker who specializes in stories on criminal justice. She co-wrote her book with four men serving death sentences in North Carolina. The letters reveal the complex stew of choice and circumstance that brought four men to death row and illuminate their search for hope and purpose behind bars. https://tessiecastillo.com/
Watch your email for a Zoom invite!
We wish to thank Mark Hall, our October speaker for a wonderful overview of his experiences and efforts with the AHI/Faceless No More project. It was a powerful and enlightening presentation on individuals and organizations involved with addiction, homelessness and incarceration.
If you'd like to join the club, download and submit the Membership Application.
Sign-up sheet: Membership-Application-2021-2022.pdf.
Due to Covid, some groups gather online via zoom, some meet in smaller groups, some have a different format, and others are on temporary hiatius until it is safe to begin again. Watch for emails from group leaders or contact them with questions. See the "Contacts" tab in the main menu for addresses.
Do you know of someone in our club who needs a get-well wish, a card of comfort, or someone who has a special occasion coming up? Contact Lorraine G., our Sunshine person, so she can send a card on behalf of the club.
Our goal and hope is that all our members stay safe and healthy.
Refer to CDC for the latest information