Grounds Committee

Grounds Committee Work Morning – April 21

On April 21, the Grounds Committee will lead an effort to repair the damage incurred from the harsh winter we just endured, spruce the place up with spring flowers, and ensure it’s ready for use by our children over the coming summer months. We will start at 9:00 a.m. and plan to go to about … Continued

ISLES Gardening Info Calendar 2018

UUCWC, through its Earth Ministry, is a supporting member of ISLES and participates in and supports its gardening programs.   We receive their garden info – please see attachment for their calendar. [IGSN Calendar 2018

Have you Noticed? Little Things Can Make a Difference!

While big changes to UUCWC’s facilities understandably get the most attention, often it’s the little things that go unnoticed that can make a difference. See if you noticed these small improvements at UUCWC over the past few months: Special window film has been applied to west facing windows in the Sanctuary, thanks to an Endowment … Continued

Volunteers Needed for a Grounds Spring Cleaning

With sunny, warm weather right around the corner it’s time to start thinking about a GROUNDS SPRING CLEANING! Winters are always hard on vegetation, lawns and outdoor equipment and this year is no exception. Whether it’s snow plows tearing up the grassy parking area, freezing weather affecting bushes and trees, or just nature dropping branches … Continued

Fall Clean-up: October 21

The Grounds Committee is looking for a huge response for a fall clean-up on Saturday, October 21 at 10am to prepare the gardens for fall/winter. The whole effort should be done by noon with enough helpers; bring whatever yard “toys” you have to make the effort as painless as possible. For info or to help, … Continued

Grounds Committee

by Steve Saddlemire Having taken over the reins of the Grounds Committee (with Scott Drew’s valuable help) in mid-summer from the incredibly involved and knowledgeable Kathleen Konopka, I have quickly learned that there’s a lot more to our exterior environment than what you see from the parking lot. UUCWC sits on a large and diverse … Continued