TWedHUULK stands (roughly) for "Third Wednesday Handy Unitarian Universalist Lunch Klub." One of the oldest social groups at PBUUC, TWedHUULK started nearly 50 years ago as a chance for church members and friends to get together and socialize.
On the third Wednesday of every month, TWedHUULK convenes for a daytime luncheon at a wheelchair-accessible restaurant in one of the communities surrounding the church. Attendees are encouraged to recommend different places to go from month to month, so that nobody gets tired of any single cuisine. Folks try to find restaurants where one can get a meal for $10 to $14, including tax and tip. Some Lunch Klub members have been willing to give a ride to people who no longer drive.
Over the years, TWedHUULK has also helped Paint Branchers who don't get out much anymore, or who have trouble getting to Sunday services regularly, maintain and extend their ties to the PBUUC community. All who have some free time for lunch one Wednesday per month are welcome to attend.