A cluster of tents popped up on the main lawn of Cascadia College the week of March 5th and were inhabited for a few hours by students who passed out information and shared knowledge about homelessness.
The mock tent city was the culmination of Homelessness Awareness Week at Cascadia.
We lost one of the most brilliant minds this week. Stephen Hawking passed away at the age of 76. This genius spent his entire academic career trying to explain the universe. Why it is, where it came from, what is its future.
One of the many signs of spring, besides the annoying ritual of “springing ahead” with our clocks, is the return of flocks of American robins. While I saw a couple of pairs back in February, it was just this week that I observed multiple numbers of them in my garden.
The Mill Creek City Council selected Archbishop Murphy High School student Mackenzie Ryan as the city's nominee for one of six Association of Washington Cities college scholarships to be awarded this year. She will also receive a $500 scholarship from the city.
Whenever I find myself becoming too involved in all the trivia of day-to-day living, I find myself “Up on the roof.” What the Drifters were saying in their song is that for them the same thing holds. Sometimes you just have to “zone out.” Only in that way can you “center yourself.”
Our cat of the week Patches is a calm and loving three year old tabby. This darling girl would love to sit on your lap all day long, though she would gladly take some breaks to watch the birds and squirrels out the window.
The foundation of Kate Towell's healthy lifestyle has long been the Ayurvedic practice of good dinacharya (daily routine), and the book “Change your Schedule, Change Your Life” highlights the importance of following the Ayurvedic clock in a way that is practical and easy to digest.
Thanks to fundraising events, the Mill Creek Garden Club handed out checks to some very grateful students at two local schools and to the Global Director at one local charitable foundation in February.
I’ve been a shareholder in the stock market for over 40 years. I can honestly tell you that when it comes to investing, no matter how smart you are, no one has any idea of what will happen on any given day.