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You are here: Home Resources E-Newsletter Archive Winter 2009, Issue V

Winter 2009, Issue V

Even Before Stan Crow: The Legacy of Cultural Pioneers; Older or Elder; An End of Summer Celebration with Journeys; Adult Quest Reunion; Love Bubbles, A Poem; and Salmon Song, A Poem.

Even Before Stan Crow: The Legacy of Cultural Pioneers
This article, written by Executive Director Darcy Ottey, is a tribute to Stan Crow and other leaders who paved the way for organizations like Rite of Passage Journeys.
Older or Elder?
An article by Edith Kusnic (Journeys Elder and Program Coordinator for Embracing Elderhood) about navigating from adult to Elder in a meaningful way when our culture mostly offers us images of "Seniors" or "Olders."
Adult Quest Reunion Event
A message from Adult Quester and Journeys Volunter Kathie Gillet about our upcoming Adult Wilderness Quest Reunion. This event has been long in the works and will be the first big reunion event ever held by Rite of Passage Journeys.
An End of Summer Celebration with Journeys
Nevada McNamara, Journeys 2009 - 2010 Americorps Volunteer, shares the story of a wonderful Journeys Celebration and the awarding of the first ever "Stan Crow Outstanding Service Award" to Edith Kusnic who has been volunteering and working with Journeys since the 1990's.
Love Bubbles, A Poem
This poem written by Michael Scott Brooks was sent to Journeys in response to Stan's passing this November. Michael said that this poem (which may still be unfinished!) reminded him of Stan. This was among hundreds of wonderful thoughts and sentiments that were sent our way this winter about Stan.
Salmon Song, A Poem
This poem written by Journeys Vice President Board Member, Edward Mosshart, is a powerful northwest-inspired journey story.
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