This collection is a reprint of Gene’s original book, “Why Do Mullet Jump?”, published in 1986, with the addition of previously unpublished and new works, including essays on gay marriage and the Pulse nightclub shooting. We find profound wisdom in all, as well as humor and a warm, authentic voice.
Don Schyberg, 86, passed away peacefully at home in Maitland, FL, in the company of his loving family.
A Korean War Hero, he was born April 13th, 1931 in Bellmore, Long Island, NY.
A Memorial Service was held Sep 26th at 2.00pm at First United Methodist Church, Orlando.
“If you know the way, light it for others.” Author Unknown
“The most valuable possession you can own is an open heart. The most powerful weapon you can be is an instrument of peace.” Carlos Santana
- What effects do tough-on-crime policies have on crime rates, tax rates, incarceration rates, and communities in Central Florida?
- Why forgiveness and rehabilitation should be the focus of Florida’s criminal justice system instead of punishment and incarceration.
- Why members of FUMCO should care about mandatory minimums, drug laws, direct file laws, and outdated sentencing laws even though these issues may seem far removed or not very relevant to FUMCO’s congregation.
- Florida’s felon disenfranchisement laws and why people who don’t care about criminal justice reform or voting rights, should care about ACLU’s efforts to restore voting rights for 1.5 million Floridians.
Raymer Maguire, IV, is the manager of ACLU of Florida’s Campaign for Criminal Justice Reform. Raymer obtained a degree in Economics and Finance from Bentley University. Prior to entering Florida’s political landscape in 2013, he founded and managed three successful, small businesses from 2006 to 2013. He worked for Florida’s two medical marijuana ballot initiative campaigns from 2013 to 2016, serving as the Deputy State Director during the 2014 campaign and Deputy Campaign Manager during the 2016 campaign. Raymer hopes to bring real and lasting change to Florida’s criminal justice system by focusing on compassionate, common sense based changes to the current system.
Tom Wilkinson, Vice President, Development
Florida United Methodist Foundation (sponsored by the McRae Class)
We were invited by the McRae Class to join with them for a discussion of challenges faced by the local church and what the conference and the foundation are doing to ride the current trends.
“One Year Later – Dom’s Homily”
John Richard – to be rescheduled
A Nu Class “Wrangle” allows members to comment on and discuss previous class topics as we re-visit previous presentations, bringing up unanswered questions or unspoken thoughts, allowing for additional discussion and comments.