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At-Risk Youth-Child in Need of Services

  1. Changes Parent Support Group

    March 2, 2017, 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM @ Zion Lutheran Church

    About Changes Parent Support Network Changes Parent Support Network was incorporated in December 1996 and groups officially started meeting in January 1997. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and not affiliated with any other group or religious organization. Members include: Couples, Single Parents, Step-Parents, Guardians, and Grandparents. Anyone who is parenting a child is welcome. Although some parents attend for help with their adult children, most have children between ages 13 and 22. We attend Changes because our children are engaging in behaviors that are disrupting the home. Every family is different and issues may differ from one home to another. • In one home, a child may be just beginning to engage in risky behavior. • In another family, the parents may have differing parenting styles and find themselves in crisis over how to parent the challenging behaviors of their teen or young adult. Typical problem behaviors can be: • Violent or abusive • Opposition

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Parks Events

  1. Lynx and Snowshoe Hare at the NW Stream Center

    March 2, 2017, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ McCollum Pioneer Park

    Deep in the forest of the Pacific NW one of the world’s most beautiful wild cats is on the hunt for its elusive prey. Those deep forests are where you can often find University of Washington Wildlife Science Professor Aaron Wirsing tracking that cat – the Lynx – who is often on the trail of a Snowshoe Hare. Fifth graders to adults are invited to join. The show begins deep in the North Cascades. There, Aaron describes the life history of lynx: how long they live, their size and features that distinguish them from bobcats, how far they range, where mother lynx den and a how cute their kittens are. He will also describe the lynx’s favorite food: the Snowshoe Hare. Along with the very fast paced life history of the hare Aaron will present the complex and very mysterious web of life in deep forests. Since both the lynx and snowshoe hare are linked to snow, find out the impact that that global warming will have on both the predator and the prey.

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