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River Bend *TBA*

River Bend *TBA* is located in The Dalles, Oregon. Right now we are a small group that concentrates on environmental concerns. Hopefully we can get some more youth involved with this new network!!

Location: The Dalles, Oregon
Members: 5
Latest Activity: Feb 25, 2011

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Bullying has been around since the beginning of civilization, one caveman bigger than the other, survival of the fittest at that time. Flash forward to modern times, when everything from what someone…Continue

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Started by Lynn O'Brien Feb 25, 2011.

Vision Boards for inspiration

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Started by Lynn O'Brien Feb 25, 2011.

Are you proud of your community? Show it and BRING IT!!

The way that our community looks reflects how much our community cares. When you see clean neighborhoods and streets, it reflects upon the people who live and do business in that area. The same can…Continue

Started by Lynn O'Brien Apr 16, 2010.

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Comment by Lynn O'Brien on February 25, 2011 at 12:41pm

We were blessed to receive a free 7 tray Worm Factory composting bin today! I can't wait to start using it, to teach the kids about how worms are a vital part of our ecological system, and then to grow some wonderful foods in our garden!!


If we are lucky enough to have excess foods from the garden, we can put them toward the local food banks.

Comment by Lynn O'Brien on November 7, 2010 at 12:58pm
We took the girls to the Evergreen Air Museum yesterday and had a wonderful time! We talked about the history of flight, and the history of space science.

We toured the two museums (flight and space) and we were fortunate enough to see Hubble 3D. I was proud that both girls (4 yo and 10 yo) sat through the 45 minute long movie, and they were astounded.

I talked with Kati about how the images of the nebulas and stars were colorized because of heat output and chemical composition. Selena is a bit too young to understand, but Kati is more interested in science now. Selena has always loved to look at the stars, and now she loves it even more!!!

I went to and there are TONS of interactive tabs on there. Video clips, downloads, games, a patchmaker (we made one for each of the girls), and more. Definitely want to get this movie if it comes out on DVD!


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