The Latest from CYRE
October 2021 in CYRE:
This Week in CYRE:
On Sunday, October 24 our CYRE youth will have the opportunity to learn about and discuss the significance of the Day of the Dead commemorations, and to decorate some “sugar skulls” (which are actually made of wood, so please do not eat them).
Have you heard the latest? We could still use a few volunteers to help us in the classrooms as teachers, to assist on Free Play Days, and to watch over any little ones who may be in our nursery. Please speak to Scott or Mckenzie if you would like to take advantage of this exclusive, limited time offer.
BYOP! (Weather permitting) Saturday Oct 30th 2pm-4pm.
Bring Your Own Pumpkin and implements of destruction for an outdoor community carve! Multiple tables will be set up outside the social hall for plenty of creative space. Tables can be age oriented if we have enough children and youth. All are welcome. Text Bethany at 803-873-7455 for questions.
Kid Tested, Mummy Approved Halloween Jokes
Is it too soon for a few Halloween jokes, riddles, and puns? We think not, so…
Q. Who likes to try on all of the Halloween costumes each year?
A. The Wear-wolf.
Q. Why was the witch’s broom late?
A. It over-swept.
Q. Why did the scarecrow get promoted?
A. He was outstanding in his field.
Q. Why do spiders make such good web designers?
A. They are really good at finding bugs.
Q. What symptom lets a vampire know when he has a cold?
A. The coffin.
Q. What’s the best thing to put in a pumpkin pie?
A. Your teeth!
Q. What do you put on your pumpkin pie on Halloween?
A. I scream!
Q. What do you call two witches who live together?
Q. What is the only Beatles song that Count Dracula does not like?
A. “Here Comes the Sun.”
Q. Why are ghosts such bad liars?
A. Everyone can see right through them.
Q. What is a mummy’s favorite radio station?
A. One that plays wrap music.
Q. What do werewolves do with their extra stuff?
A. Store it in a were-house.
And Finally, an Inspirational Thought for the Day
“Not only must we be good, but we must also be good for something.”
– Henry David Thoreau
So let’s all be good-for-somethings!
My best regards to you all,
Scott Sargent, Director of Religious Exploration
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Columbia
2701 Heyward Street
Columbia, SC 29205; (803)799-0845
© 2020 Scott Sargent