TLS Members e-Newsletter

Members eNewsletter
At least four times a year, TLS members are rewarded at their inboxes with a copy of the Labyrinth Society e-newsletter. It serves as a means of direct communication with the membership and provides an historical record of the Society.

Special Projects Update

Carol Maurer
Special Projects Chair

We are pleased to announce that the Committee approved two submissions for Special Projects Status and each of the projects were awarded TLS Special Projects Financial Grants.

Clive Johnson from the U.K. has a vision “to take a single portable labyrinth around the states that mark the boundaries of the United States (those that have a coastline, or which have a border with either Canada or Mexico). The notion is to ‘create a positive energy’ by the movement of the labyrinth in a circle around this great country, embracing both those who dwell within and along the path that the labyrinth takes, and those who come to walk, be with, or circle around the labyrinth as it makes its journey.”

Clive Johnson circumambulating the USA

For more information on his project visit his website "Labyrinth Around America" or visit “Labyrinth Around America” on Facebook.

The second project is spearheaded by Chris Blom in Wisconsin. Working with Leadership Greenbay and the Libertas Treatment Center, Chris is working on building a healing labyrinth (Libertas Labyrinth Project) at a local non-profit substance abuse rehab facility. The project is currently in development and the attached plans show the depth of the project.

Image by Chris Blom

The Special Projects committee consists of Paulianne Balch-Rancourt, Harriette Royer, Diane Terry-Kehner, Maia Scott, and Carol Maurer, with input and assistance from Kay Whipple and David Gallagher. For more information on Special Projects visit or email Carol Maurer.