Imagine Getting the Chance to Be Who You Needed When You Were Younger

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Guest speaker, Rob Blevins, shares about the incredibly imaginative process of shifting the Discovery Center’s mission and resources to meet the needs of the community at the onset of COVID and the ways they are continuing to shift to meet newly identified needs.

Our opening words today are a celebration of World Religion Day by the Interfaith Alliance of the Ozarks:

Bicycle Ride
by Alexander Gretchaninoff
Public domain work
Performed by Eva Riebold

On The Swing
by Alexander Gretchaninoff
Public domain work
Performed by Eva Riebold

There is More Love Somewhere
Performed by Jess Huetteman

Go Now in Light
Written by Emily McKinney
Performed by Emily McKinney and Persephone Hamburg

Our closing words are by Susan L Van Dreser:

Let us sing the magic of imagination by which we know one another and learn the lives of eras gone by.
Let us sing the magic of creation by which we build the world of our soul and teach its wisdom to others, young and old.
Let us sing the magic of our lives together, holding and shaping by the movement of breath from heart to lung all new life that is to come.
Go now with singing. Go now with magic in your fingertips. Touch this world with life.

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