I am sorry we could not make it to the last potluck meeting - household sickness kept us away. I just wanted to pass on a couple of links that might be of interest. The first is for the Washington State Extension Community Garden…"
I would also be happy to watch children here and take turns with other parents in watching the children so that we can take turns going to the potlucks or meetings. perhaps that might be an option too?
Karl, would that work for you guys…"
I am sorry for not being able to attend the potluck either. I would very much like to be more involved in the group, but find myself in a similar boat as Karl. With two children it is often not possible for both Dietmar and I to make it to…"
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Long time no see... I hope you are enjoying this beautiful Fall. I just met a neighbor of yours, Kirsti. Anyway, I wanted to tell you that I am starting a Transition Initiative for York Neighborhood... which is basically a grassroots…"
Great to see you on here! I did approve your invitation to join our online gardening group, so now you should be able to go to www.transitionwhatcom.ning.com and click on "Groups" and then "Franklin Park Gardening…"
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Long time no see... I hope you are enjoying this beautiful Fall. I just met a neighbor of yours, Kirsti. Anyway, I wanted to tell you that I am starting a Transition Initiative for York Neighborhood... which is basically a grassroots movement of a neighborhood organizing itself to work toward greater sustainability and community togetherness. If you are interested in being involved in that or learning more, you can click on the "Groups" tab of this website and join "Transition York Neighborhood." There is also a workshop coming up Oct 18 that several of us from York will be attending (more details under "Events"). Hope to see you soon! --Chris
Great to see you on here! I did approve your invitation to join our online gardening group, so now you should be able to go to www.transitionwhatcom.ning.com and click on "Groups" and then "Franklin Park Gardening Group" to read people's posts. Feel free to post anything you want, especially anything you need help with or any extras you have to give away. Oh, and you could put a photo of yourself on your profile so people can see who you are. It was so great to meet you Saturday!