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Transformation Table: An Evening To Remember

TRANSFORMATION TABLE IN NORTH CENTRAL

"Human conversation is the most ancient and easiest way to cultivate the conditions for change—personal change, community and organizational change, planetary change. If we can sit together and talk about what’s important to us, we begin to come alive." - Margaret Wheatley

This past Saturday, Transformation Table and Enough Pie collaborated as part of AWAKENING: NOURISH on an Upper Peninsula dinner.  Ten strangers, with different backgrounds, different beliefs, and different experiences joined around the table to talk and share. The idea is that barriers, labels, stereotypes, preconceived ideas, and assumptions can be broken down if we get together and share a meal. 

"As hosts of the Transformation Table, we opened our home to strangers who left us as friends in the glow of a warmed home," said Susan Gregory, North Central resident, EP Board member, Co-Owner of Cone 10 Studios and the host of Saturday's dinner. "As real conversation between humans is becoming so rare, my husband and I ended our night very grateful for compelling and convivial times with friends we would have likely never found." 

Check out the full story and more photos on our website!

Photos by Adam Chandler Photography

Bread Baking Ceremony: February 9th

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Harold Koon Award Honors Sebastian DeModica

THANK YOU SEBASTIAN!

"Change begins with picking up one potato chip bag."
- Sebastian DeModica

 

We were proud to write & co-sign the Harold Koon Award application with Historic Charleston Foundation and Keep Charleston Beautiful, three organizations (out of many) that Sebastian has helped so much. This annual award is given to Charleston residents who are all-star volunteers and change agents in their community. Sebastian DeModica, a resident of North Central and graduate of The Citadel, is helps so much - no job is too big or small. Congratulations, Sebastian!

Fiber Project: Knitters, Crocheters, & Collaborators

FIBER PROJECT: CALLING KNITTERS, CROCHETERS,
AND ASPIRING COLLABORATORS


Every Monday from 5:30 - 6:30pm
until March 15, 2019
St. Julian Devine Community Center 3rd Floor, 1 Cooper Street
All are welcome! No experience needed!

The knitting & crochet circle is knitting, crocheting, and LOOPING in collaboration with a nationally recognized artist -- Naoko Wowsugi -- and local artists Mikki Blackmon & Deborah Donovan Rice. The project will culminate in a 10-day installation at REDUX Contemporary Art Center called THE FUNGUS AMONG US: Our Mycelium Connection (opening Wednesday, March 13). 

Please share this information with your neighbors, your colleagues, your friends and your church circle. All are welcome.
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