Monthly Archives: August 2012

Family Camp: Friday, August 31st – Sunday, September 2nd

(From Ramon) Hi Everyone,

Family Camp registration is very low this year – Can you please post this notice in your respective houses and encourage people who intend to come to register ASAP – Thanks!

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Subud Pacific Northwest


To come to our 2012 end of Summer “Family Camp”

 Registration Due by August 15th

WHAT: A fun-filled weekend with your Subud Family, all ages, all types of families and individuals welcome! (Please, keep the furry creatures at home J)

WHEN: Friday, August 31st – Sunday, September 2nd

WHERE: Camp Indianola on the Puget Sound in Washington

ACTIVITIES: Arts and Crafts (such as, origami, ceramics, beading & painting); Swinging on the Rope Swing; Beach & Nature Walks; Latihan; Swimming in the Sound; Ping Pong; Fort Building; Foosball; Singing; Basketball; Volleyball; Card & Board Games; Chillin’ with your friends; Capture the Flag; and of course, Campfires & S’mores!

Want more info?

Please Contact, Gloriana Ingram-Bate:

                       360-568-1811 or

DON’T MISS OUT on the end of Summer FUN! Register TODAY!!!

Celebrate Idul Fitri with Subud Greater Seattle

Celebrate Idul Fitri with Subud Greater Seattle

Rejoice, give thanks to Almighty God and share the spirit of love, peace and brotherhood.

Please join us for a Pot Luck Luncheon and a food drive in support of Northwest Harvest and 
Susila Dharma.

Sunday August 19th, 2012, after latihan. Friends and Families Welcome!

A-I   Entree
J-R  Salad / Appetizer
S-Z  Dessert

Please bring a donation for Susila Dharma and / or Northwest Harvest

What types of food does Northwest Harvest need?
Northwest Harvest can use any nonperishable food or monetary donations. If you prefer to donate food, select shelf-stable food with the lowest saturated fats and refined carbohydrates (sugar, white flour). We buy white rice and beans in bulk, so we encourage you to donate other items. Here are some suggestions:

General food items:

Whole grain pastas
Brown rice
Tomato products
Canned vegetables
Canned fruit, especially with low sugar (but not artificial sweeteners)
Canned fish or meat
Shelf-stable milk
Beef stew, chili and similar meals with low sugar and saturated fats

Infant and baby foods:

Baby formula
Canned milk
Infant cereal
Jars of baby food
Powdered or canned milk
We also accept baby diapers 
May God Bless,
Lucy Brown

PNW Regional Meeting (Elect a New Chair)

Hello Everybody,

Regional Congress: Sept 22nd – Seattle Subud House
Due to many meetings running over and PNW members being involved in various aspects of the National Congress we decided to postpone the Regional Congress until September 22nd, in Seattle.  I hope this hasn’t caused any inconvenience, if so my sincere apologies. 

This Congress we will be testing in a new chair and vice chair – if you have any interest or questions about these jobs, feel free to email me or give me a call (206.331.5960)

Congratulations to Daniel Stralberg (and SUBUDUSA) as he has been tested in as National Treasurer. He has passed the reins to Sherwin O’Bar –  Thanks Sherwin for joining the regional committee as our new treasurer and providing support for this important job.

Family Camp:
Forms and information can be found on the SUBUDPNW website ( which I have just now updated – If you’d like paper forms or have any trouble downloading the forms, email me and I’ll provide any assistance needed.

Menucha: November 8th – 12th
We are working on working out online registration – I’ll send a notification when this is ready – thanks for your patience.

Much love,

Ramon –