C. Wess Daniels
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William R. Rogers Director of Friends Center and Quaker Studies at Guilford College
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At 8:51pm on 2nd mo. 23, 2009, Ashley W said…
Hey Wess, I finally got your comment when I got home last night. It was great meeting you and talking about FFC. I am keeping my fingers crossed that I will see more of you and Emily in the Pacific Northwest!
At 1:08am on 2nd mo. 19, 2009, Chris Mohr said…
Hi Wess! Likewise! And looking forward to the chance to see Emily and meet the young'un.
At 7:54pm on 2nd mo. 18, 2009, Steve K. said…
thanks for the welcome, Wess. I'm not Quaker yet, but maybe you can convert me ;-) One of my favorite artists is Quaker: David Wilcox. Anyway, I'm looking forward to learning more from Quaker Emergents.
At 3:31pm on 1st mo. 28, 2009, village green said…
I would definitely recommend checking out some of the parks (weather permitting), including Forest Park, which is more like hiking than strolling through a city park. Powell's bookstore downtown is also a must. I have attended a couple of different meetings in town, including one rather informal one on my college's campus. Hope you have a great time here and let know if I can help out in any way.

Take care,
Derek
At 12:22pm on 1st mo. 28, 2009, Jenelle D'Alessandro said…
It's going well! I'm halfway there to being all caught up. Been really refreshing so far. Thanks for asking.
At 12:58pm on 10th mo. 1, 2008, Martin Kelley said…
Yep, they're always adding stuff. To start I'll want to sequester away some of the fancier stuff to focus on the "traditional" QQ feed. If I can get it working something like the current site I'll think about moving it over. Until now this is just a ning sandbox.
 
 
 

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