Making Way for Wildlife by Barbara Lloyd McMichael is an appreciative nod to the animal crossings in Washington State that help animals, from panthers to tortoises and ducklings to deer, get safely to the other side of the road.
The costs of graduation, caps, gowns, regalia, keepsakes, and photos, has become too prohibitive for some students. Gowns for Grads has stepped in to help students by removing barriers to celebrating academic success!
Operating out of a modest strip mall in West Omaha, El Roi House of Design offers a boutique specializing in African traditional styles for men and women, brilliantly patterned fabrics, and beaded and bejeweled accessories.
Across the country over these summer months, as folks push through the turnstiles to enter that quintessential American entertainment known as the state fair, one of the things they can count on seeing, along with the 4-H rabbits, the prize-winning dahlias, and the gargantuan pumpkins, is a kaleidoscopic display of local quilts.
Clinton Taylor, founder and executive director of Your Money Matters Mentoring, wants to reach teens and young adults in economically vulnerable communities. His Auburn, Washington-based nonprofit provides financial literacy classes for teens and young adults so that they can get the financial skills that will serve them for the rest of their lives.
For starters, Tina Guldhammer Frei wants you to know that she is not a therapist: “My official title is ‘certified nature and forest therapy guide.’ In forest therapy, we say the forest is the therapist and the guide opens the doors.”
It isn’t every day that a federal bureaucrat gets featured in a film half a century after his service in the nation’s capital and more than a decade after his death. But filmmaker John de Graaf felt that Stewart Udall’s story needed to be heard by a new generation.