Longtime Durango Dharma Center leaders scale back roles

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Longtime Durango Dharma Center leaders scale back roles

Katherine Barr and Bill Ball have served on the Dharma Council for 17 years
Katherine Barr speaks to a group of beginning meditation students at the Durango Dharma Center on June 1. The five-week course will be Barr’s final time teaching the beginning meditation class.
Longtime Durango Dharma Center leaders Katherine Barr and Bill Ball will be stepping back from their positions on the Dharma Council after 17 years. Both practice Theravada Buddhism, a school of Buddhism that uses teachings preserved in the Pali language, a language native to India.
Katherine Barr leads a beginning meditation group at the Durango Dharma Center on June 1. Barr is a longtime leader at the center who will be stepping back from her position after 17 years on the Dharma Council.

Longtime Durango Dharma Center leaders scale back roles

Katherine Barr speaks to a group of beginning meditation students at the Durango Dharma Center on June 1. The five-week course will be Barr’s final time teaching the beginning meditation class.
Longtime Durango Dharma Center leaders Katherine Barr and Bill Ball will be stepping back from their positions on the Dharma Council after 17 years. Both practice Theravada Buddhism, a school of Buddhism that uses teachings preserved in the Pali language, a language native to India.
Katherine Barr leads a beginning meditation group at the Durango Dharma Center on June 1. Barr is a longtime leader at the center who will be stepping back from her position after 17 years on the Dharma Council.
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