God, this has to stop in Eugene

October 6, 2009 by  
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If you live in Eugene, you must see this. We ave to stand together to make a difference..

Seriously, what are we going to do?


Forums and Wayfinders info

Please Checkout our new website and be sure to get signed onto

The Many Hands Community FORUM

- You will need to email me directly afterwards with your username and interests [Due to spammers]
It’s a great place to get connected, make relations with one another, get the latest news and read relevant articles on topics that interest you…
Something on your mind?
Post it…Share an article or your favorite video or music
Discuss what you are passionate about and maybe become recognized as a web administrator if there is a discussion group that you would like to see happen…
BTW , The Wayfinders forum is for the new interfaith rite of passage group that will be beginning 2009 and going from September until June…And will continue every year thereafter.

Get involved and/or recommend it to a youth between 15 and 20 who might truly benefit from the experience…

We are also starting an old teens and young twenties group for fun and exploration into what interests you. Want to come aboard?

Living well

October 2, 2009 by  
Filed under Life Role Education

What's worth living for

Community Service Trip to the Diné Nation March ’09

October 2, 2009 by  
Filed under Civic Responsibility, Latest News

Community Sevice Trip to the Diné Nation March ‘09

The Shift

And one more inspiring and uplifting film in the making! The thesis of the movie reminds me tremendously of Paul Hawken’s work–that there’s this emergent, leaderless movement happening almost spontaneously on the planet, and not just a leaderless movement, but the largest movement in human history–and it looks as though the movie is being made with that same theme or process in mind.

September 13, 2009 by  
Filed under Ceremony, Community Lodge, Men's Lodge, Womens'Lodge


We have a new category in the Forum section of the website…Come see and -=- Welcome to the ceremony grapevine where we can get together and talk about ceremony issues and make relations…

Nape Ota

Oregon high school dropout rate drops to lowest in a decade

August 28, 2009 by  
Filed under In The News, Latest News

Oregon high school dropout rate drops to lowest in a decade

by Bill Graves, The Oregonian

Wednesday April 15, 2009, 8:24 PM

Stephanie Yao Long/The Oregonian Elfego Sanchez, 19, helps third-graders, including Gloria Martinez (right) at Gaffney Lane Elementary with reading as part of his senior project for Oregon City High. He returned to school this year after dropping out last spring and is on track to graduate. He now is considering going to college and becoming a teaching assistant. “The kids respond so well to him,” said teacher Karen Hankins.

Oregon’s dropout rate fell last year to an all-time low, in part because of better school options focused on kids in danger of quitting, state officials reported Wednesday.

A total 6,678 high school students – enough to fill three big schools — quit in 2007-08. That amounts to 3.7 percent of Oregon’s high school population, a decline from the previous year’s 4.2 percent dropout rate and the lowest level since the state started tracking dropouts nearly 20 years ago.

Dropout rates varied widely across the state. Portland’s rate remained the highest in the metro area, at 8.4 percent. By contrast, the West Linn-Wilsonville School District nearly eradicated its dropout rate, reducing it to 0.9 percent. Rates fell to 1.4 percent in Oregon City and 1.3 percent in Lake Oswego.

At 2,200-student Oregon City Senior High, educators have dramatically reduced the dropout rate to 25 students, or 1.1 percent, down from 5 percent three years ago. Elfego Sanchez, 19, was one of those dropouts, but he is back at Oregon City High and on track to graduate this spring. He left school as a junior a year ago to visit his ill grandmother in Mexico. He also “was confused with school and work,” he said.

Oregon school-by-school guide of test scores and state and federal ratings that include graduation and dropout rates. Read more

Severn Cullis-Suzuki

August 28, 2009 by  
Filed under Featured Music & Video, Uncategorized

Interview with Severn Cullis-Suzuki, international ambassador for rare

Severn Suzuki speaking at UN Earth Summit 1992

August 28, 2009 by  
Filed under Featured Music & Video

Raised in Vancouver and Toronto, Severn Cullis-Suzuki has been camping and hiking all her life. When she was 9 she started the Environmental Children’s Organization (ECO), a small group of children…

Severn Cullis-Suzuki Keynote Address

August 28, 2009 by  
Filed under Featured Music & Video

Daughter of famed Canadian scientist, David Suzuki, Severn Cullis-Suzuki developed a deep connection to nature at an early age. In this lecture, she discusses her personal evolution as an environmentalist as well as reminding us that we have become so ‘disconnected’ from the natural world — that unequivocally sustains us — that our arrogance and ignorance has put us on the brink of planetary disaster. She provokes us to consider our individual consumptive impact on the planet and to explore ways to reduce our personal ecological footprint. © 2006 Lazarus Productions«

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