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Quaker Oaks

What’s with Quakers and their trees?

Jack H. Schick serves as co-clerk of Richland Meeting in Quakertown, Pa. He is a representative to Philadelphia Yearly Meeting’s Interim Meeting and Friends General Conference’s Central Committee. He is a columnist for the Upper Bucks Free Press and publishes essays on Soulofwit.com and Searchwarp.com.

Posted in: December 2014, Features
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Some Friends Will Have a Christmas Tree

One meeting’s annual debate about holiday decorations.

Jack H. Schick is a convinced Friend and a member of Richland Meeting in Quakertown, Pa., where he serves as historian and quarterly representative. He is a columnist for the Upper Bucks County Free Press, and regularly contributes to WryteStuff.com, a writers' website. Married 40 years, he is a parent of three and grandparent of one. He is employed in the wastewater treatment industry.

Posted in: December 2012: Hospitality, Features
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Slavery in Pennsylvania

Early Friends were not immune to the tragedy of slavery.

Jack H. Schick is a convinced Friend and a member of Richland Meeting in Quakertown, Pa., where he serves as historian and quarterly representative. He is a columnist for the Upper Bucks County Free Press, and regularly contributes to WryteStuff.com, a writers' website. Married 40 years, he is a parent of three and grandparent of one. He is employed in the wastewater treatment industry.

Posted in: Features, September 2012
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Forum January 2013

Letters in response to John Coleman’s October 2012 feature, “When Quaker Process Fails,” and other articles in the special issue […]

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