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TINY HOUSES Bring Lots of Attention To Our Efforts and Rededication of the Washington Center for The Performing Arts

What an exciting week to have MSGS’s work shared so far and wide.  Quixote Village is now complete and residents have moved into their TINY HOUSES and are quite happy with their new circumstances. We worked with the Methodist Church and all the folks who have been housing Camp Quixote for years and years.   The […]

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Wed, March 5 2014 » Inspiration » No Comments

Grand Opening Presentation: Hands On Children’s Museum in Olympia

The other night our chapter of AIA had a tour of the new Hands On Children’s Museum building site. We were able to see the inside of the completed shell of the building and pat the YEW trees and hear about each activity and space.   The building is LEEDs approved and has Green Globe approval […]

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Fri, April 20 2012 » Inspiration » No Comments

Happy Holidays

Our friends Lauren and Joel’s Grandfather was the Santa on this Album Cover! Wishing each and every one of you a very Happy Holiday Season and a very Green, Energy Efficient and Sustainable New Year! “Christmas in the Northwest” by Brenda White. Brenda White had the opportunity to submit music for a project that would […]

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Thu, December 22 2011 » Inspiration » No Comments

Up Hill and Down

Two and a half weeks of biking left to go on this Sierra/ Cascades Mountain passes tour. This has been an amazing experience and we have met so many interesting people. When we arrived in Mazama, Washington the whole community was gathered for a pizza feed in the park and they included us in their […]

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Thu, September 8 2011 » On the Road » 1 Comment