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Scott will explore the need for acts of kindness in a time of increasing social incivility. He will suggest ways of expressing acts of kindness and outline the benefits (to the giver as well as the receiver) of acts of kindness.

Scott earned his graduate degree at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Prior to his retirement, Scott Mabe was a family counselor for 25 years, and later taught sociology and psychology at Rappahannock Community College for 15 years.

UUFR-VA members pose next to the the entrance sign in front of the church.


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