Quaker Educator Joyce Ajlouny from Palestine to Speak on “Educating Toward Peace”

Joyce Ajlouny, Director of Ramallah Friends Schools in Palestine, will speak on Sunday, January 29 at 9:45 a.m. about “Educating Toward Peace” at the Quaker Meetinghouse, 219 Court Street. Newtown. The public is invited to attend. Joyce will be continuing the Quaker Meeting’s series on education. Last week, Newtown Quaker …

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Educator Drew Smith to Speak on “Quaker Schools Education Today” to Adult Class, Jan 22

Drew Smith, Executive Director of the Friends Council on Education, will speak at the historic Newtown Quaker Meetinghouse, 219 Court Street on Sunday, January 22 at 9:45 a.m. His talk, entitled, “Your Child Will Retire in 2081,” will speak about the future of education and the role that the foundational …

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“Penn Treaty Elm” Great Great Grandchild Planted at Newtown Quaker Meetinghouse to be Celebrated

John Davison, retired George School History teacher, will speak Sunday, December 11 at 9:45 a.m. at the Newtown Quaker Meetinghouse, 219 Court Street, about the history and significance of the original “Penn Treaty Elm” and its great great grandchild now planted on the grounds of the Newtown Meetinghouse. Worship in …

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Upgraded Hearing Assistance Devices

There is no need to miss out or struggle to hear what is said at meeting for business or meeting for worship. The old 1980’s technology has been upgraded to the current state of the art and from all reports it works quite well. In fact, one can take the …

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Bucks Quaker to Speak About Joining Native Americans in North Dakota to Protest Pipeline

Patricia Walsh-Collins is a Quaker, educator, entrepreneur, and environmental activist. This past September, she and her daughter Lily Collins drove for two and a half days to stand with the Standing Rock Nation of North Dakota in protesting the “Dakota Access Pipeline” through Indian Territory. Patricia will discuss her experience …

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