April Lunch Program Listings
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4/3 Here's your twenty-minute window into another universe. Dr. Douwe Rienstra How can honey or hot water save your life? What does the world look like from the primary-care-doc's side of the desk?
4/10 JEFFERSON COUNTY LAND TRUST Jefferson Land Trust is a private, non- profit, community-driven conservation organization in Jefferson County, nestled on the stunning Olympic Peninsula of Washington State. We provide many services to landowners in our area and work with them to choose protection strategies that meet both their conservation goals and financial needs. Landowners typically work with a Land Trust when they want to permanently protect wetlands, floodplains, farmlands, wildlife corridors and scenic areas from inappropriate development. As a Land Trust, we are legally obligated to maintain a vigilant watch over these protected lands forever.
4/17 PT Schools Maritime Discovery Project & New Construction Project Superintendent, Dr. Polm and Sarah Rubenstein, MDS project director Will give an update on the Maritime Discovery Schools Initiative and the new Elementary school construction project.
4/24 Wearable Art Show to benefit the Fund for Women and Girls
Teri Nomura is a local artist and a Windermere real estate agent. She has been an artist in the Port Townsend Wearable Art show every year since the first show in 2011. This is their 8th year! This year Teri is co- chair of the show- helping with everything in the 'front of the house' from program to volunteers as well as making two pieces for the show.
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April Lunch Program Listings
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4/3 Here's your twenty-minute window into another universe. Dr. Douwe Rienstra How can honey or hot water save your life? What does the world look like from the primary-care-doc's side of the desk?
4/10 JEFFERSON COUNTY LAND TRUST Jefferson Land Trust is a private, non- profit, community-driven conservation organization in Jefferson County, nestled on the stunning Olympic Peninsula of Washington State. We provide many services to landowners in our area and work with them to choose protection strategies that meet both their conservation goals and financial needs. Landowners typically work with a Land Trust when they want to permanently protect wetlands, floodplains, farmlands, wildlife corridors and scenic areas from inappropriate development. As a Land Trust, we are legally obligated to maintain a vigilant watch over these protected lands forever.
4/17 PT Schools Maritime Discovery Project & New Construction Project Superintendent, Dr. Polm and Sarah Rubenstein, MDS project director Will give an update on the Maritime Discovery Schools Initiative and the new Elementary school construction project.
4/24 Wearable Art Show to benefit the Fund for Women and Girls
Service Above Self
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