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HARC Annual Meeting: Celebrating 75 years!

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HARC Annual Meeting: Celebrating 75 years!

January 11 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

January is HARC’s Annual Meeting and this year is extra special as we celebrate 75 years of service to the community!  This will be a joyous time to learn a little of the history of Washington County Council of Churches (dba Hagerstown Area Religious Council) and celebrate our work together.  All are welcome!

At this celebration meeting, we will also:

~ Welcome special guest Emily Keller, Mayor of Hagerstown
~ Welcome new, or nearly-new, clergy (including the new rabbi)
~ Do a little business – vote on the 2022 budget, vote on officers/board members, etc.

This meeting has been moved to Zoom only due to the high COVID numbers in our community.  Please RSVP and we will send you a link.  Members should have already received a link by email.

We had also planned to honor major donor Mike Johnston & the God’s Grace Fund and honor some special volunteers at this meeting, but will hold off until we can do this in-person.

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HARC meetings are typically held on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 12:30 pm, except July and August, with an occasional evening meeting.  While COVID positivity rates are high, our meetings will begin at 1:00 to give time for lunch prior to the meeting.  When meeting in-person, the location typically rotates among different houses of faith, giving each member congregation an opportunity to host.  If in-person meetings are deemed unsafe for our members, they are held on Zoom.

Details

Date:
January 11
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Event Category:

Venue

Zoom

HARC Hike

The HARC Hike for Hunger & Hope will be an in-person event (with a virtual option)! The main hike date is set for Saturday, June 4, 2022 at Shepherd's Spring Outdoor Retreat Center with safe social distancing and appropriate COVID protocols. Proceeds will benefit HARC programs, including Micah's Backpack, which continues to provide nutritious food to more than 1,000 food-insecure children in Washington County.

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