To wrap up our Classics season, this final session will be led by Mary Beth Gamba, who initiated this program for Cobblestone Springs and has carried it forward for six years. Mary Beth has announced she is stepping down as the coordinator of this wonderful program. We deeply appreciate her commitment and service! Thank you, Mary Beth.
To carry on the excellent work Mary Beth has done with Classics for the last six years, we hope to continue offering a similar program next fall, perhaps with some modifications. We expect the content and format would be similar, with sessions held at the Penn Yan Library and/or on Zoom. We will be looking for a new coordinator or coordinators. Get in touch if you want to help plan this program.
If you are interested in attending, please let us know and we’ll keep you on the mailing list for details when we have a firm plan. You are also welcome to suggest content you’d like to see in future sessions, or even in other programs from Cobblestone Springs. Thank you!
As always, thanks for your support of Cobblestone Springs and the Classics in Religion program. This and other programs are supported by free-will donations.
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