NORTH TEXAS ASSOCIATION OF UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST SOCIETIES
This year for the first time three awards will be presented at the NTAUUS spring luncheon, March 27, at 12:30 p.m. at First Unitarian Church in Dallas—The Robert Raible Award, to a minister; the Ruth Clark Award, to a staff member; and the Marty Robinson Award, to a non-paid volunteer. Tickets are $10 and can be bought from each church’s NTAUUS Board member.
At that luncheon, grants amounting to $92,800 from NTAUUS’s endowment fund will be presented to member churches.
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The purpose of the North Texas Association of Unitarian Universalist Societies (NTAUUS) is the promotion and coordination of Unitarian Universalism in North Texas. The Board of Directors is composed of representatives of the member churches and is chaired by Daniel Polk of First UU, Dallas.
For more information see the DUUF NTAUUS representative, Mark Coomes.