Southeast Unitarian Universalist Summer Institute
a week long summer camp for UU’s   July 16-22, 2017


Registration is excited to announce that April 14 at 7:00 P.M. is the opening hour for 2017 SUUSI registration. For your information, it is also International Moment of Laughter Day. So... take a deep breath, have a great laugh and then complete your registration before June 1 to save $50.00. Remember that many workshops and nature trip fill quickly and scheduled activities with low registration may be cancelled. We are also extending SUUSI Check in until 5:00 to help with the frazzles. If you have any questions, please contact [email protected] 

Are you a NewComer to SUUSI? Did you know we have a staff member designated specifically just to help you meander the Blessed Path? Please feel comfortable reaching out to Connie Moore at above email or Dianna M at [email protected] We will do out best to get you started on your journey.

commtime2Community time is always a great part of the SUUSI experience, and we are always looking to make it even better! This year, we are especially looking for ideas of how we can be more inclusive of SUUSI-goers of ALL ages and abilities. If you have any ideas for activities, crafts, or other ways we can improve community time, please email Lo Vizdos at [email protected]

sportsgamesWe’ve taken Sports and Games to the next level for 2017! This year you’ll be able to pre-register for all events and contests in SOLIS. Here’s what we’ll be offering:

  • Walking group, tennis, softball, kickball, soccer, weightlifting
  • Frisbee and poetry (yep, combined into one workshop), ultimate Frisbee, Frisbee lessons, disc golf, geocaching, ping pong lessons and tournament
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    booksIt is time to start putting together the orders for SUUSI’s 2017 Bookstore. If there is a book you think we should stock, please send the title, author and ISBN # to [email protected] Titles must be submitted by Friday, May 5 to be considered.

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    lymediseaseThere are predictions that this year may be very bad for tick infestations, So this writeup from the Appalachian Trail Conference is timely for coming to SUUSI.

    Lyme disease

    Ticks, which carry Lyme disease and other serious illnesses, are a risk on any hike. The black-legged or deer tick carries Lyme disease. The highest concentration of reported cases of Lyme disease along the A.T. spans from Virginia to Massachusetts, especially at elevations less than 2,000 feet. Other tick species may be encountered at lower elevations in other Trail states.

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    dancethemesHave a great idea for a dance theme? Every night at Serendipity and at CACHE has a theme and you get to decide! Submit your ideas to [email protected]

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