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Coming of Age 2019

Orientation and registration – January 13, 2019

A tradition at Valley UU, Coming of Age uses principles of Unitarian Universalism to highlight the transition from childhood to the teenage years and emerging adulthood. The program takes advantage of the diversity of Unitarian Universalist ideas and principles to give a foundation for a lifelong search for truth and meaning, a commitment to service, justice, peace and environmental stewardship.The program is offered to 9th & 10th grade youth.

Our Future Fundraisers:

 Annual Easter morning Pancake breakfast


Sunday, April 21st, breakfast served 8 am – 9:45 am

Tickets: Advance purchase, online and Sunday mornings

T-shirts: choose the style, size and color!

Saturday,  – Annual Italian Dinner

Early seating: 5:30 pm

Late seating: 7: 00 pm

Vegetarian meal: Salad, bread, vegetable lasagna, dessert, coffee/water/lemonade  $15

Omnivore meal: Salad, bread, meat lasagna (pork and beef), dessert, coffee/water/lemonade  $15

Child’s meal: Salad, bread, spaghetti, dessert, water/lemonade  $10

Tickets available online and Sundays at the sanctuary

To be determined

Dance-A-Thon  12 noon – 12 midnight  AND  open Dance 7 pm – 11 pm

The CoA youth are going to dance for 12 HOURS!! Friends, family, and VUU congregants are invited to come dance with us 7 pm – 11 pm. Admission free to anyone who has sponsored a youth OR you can purchase a ticket at the door.

Sponsor a dancer: Each youth will have a sponsor form if you want to pledge by the hour (ie. $1 for every hour they dance) or place a flat pledge. Flat pledges can also be done using our online Pledge Form

 

UPDATE from Coming of Age 2017

We have 11 wonderful youth in our 2017 CoA program. On Saturday, Feb 25 youth, mentors, and facilitators – 19 in all, traveled to Tucson for a day of team building, bonding, and pushing ourselves on the high ropes challenge course.

youth – Janan Marsh
belay team
youth – Justin Grigory hamming it up!

 

 

A tradition at Valley UU, Coming of Age uses principles of Unitarian Universalism to highlight the transition from childhood to the teenage years and emerging adulthood. The program takes advantage of the diversity of Unitarian Universalist ideas and principles to give a foundation for a lifelong search for truth and meaning, a commitment to service, justice, peace and environmental stewardship.The program is offered to 9th & 10th grade youth.

The program runs Jan 22 – May 7 and includes 9 Sunday afternoon workshops, one over night gathering, and a Saturday team building day in Tucson. In addition the youth will be paired with mentors from the congregation.  Youth will meet their mentors at a kick-off picnic on February 5th and meet meet independently monthly.

Our Coming of Age banquet and congregational ceremony will be May 5th and 7th respectively.

Full calendar available at orientation

January 22, 2017 12:30pm  Parent & Participant Orientation,$225 per participant (scholarships available )

Thursday, June 1st – Tuesday, June 6th, 2017  UU Heritage Trip, Boston, MA