The Baltimore Ethical Society celebrated its 60th Anniversary with a banquet on Saturday, April 21, 2012. Four speakers addressed the society that evening. The speeches of three are offered here as a podcast. First, Michael Franch, past Leader of the Baltimore Ethical Society and current associate minister at First Unitarian Church of Baltimore. Second, Dale Adams, a long-time BES member who with her sister attended the initial Baltimore Ethical Society Sunday School. Her father, Roy Patterson, was a founding member of the Baltimore Ethical Society. Third, Diana Ulman, a past Society member who also attended the initial Sunday School. Her father, Ken Milford, initially brought the Baltimore Ethical Society into being, later signing the Society’s incorporation papers with Roy Patterson and Pell Kangas and becoming its first president. Hugh Taft-Morales, Leader of the Baltimore Ethical Society, introduces the other speakers. He gave the evening’s fourth speech, which is available in video.
Listen to the podcast.