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JULY 2022: In this Issue

Village Voice: July 2022

On Tuesday, June 14, Questa’s Village Council gathered in the village chambers to officially fill three positions, as well as renew services with law firm

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What If?

On May 23, the last Monday of the school year, 4th, 5th, and 6th graders from Alta Vista Elementary and Intermediate School made the pilgrimage

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Congratulations to Ruby “Rae” Sofrae and Jeff Allred. They are happy to announce the birth of their baby, Meade Aspen Allred, on May 21 at

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Art for All! Workshops are for everyone! Part Two of the introductory weaving class is now happening, where interested people of all ages (12 or

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Poems of the Month

MY FIRST GARDEN by Lisa Fox A sense of PlaceOf coming home to the Heart of the matterThis is where it all starts; to mend…

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Mindful Birding

In case you didn’t notice, we’re in some hard times right now. This month’s article is about a way I’ve found to cope with increasing

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Casting Outward: Book Review

In the world of today—200,000 years into human evolution and a couple centuries into the Industrial Age—few living beings can embody the concept of pristine

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Forest Farming

Conventional agriculture, intended to feed the world, can also create soil erosion, poison the ecosystem, and deplete soils at an alarming rate: ultimately threatening our

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Our Ukraine: Part 2

As told to Lou McCall Last month we began this conversation with two American friends, Chris and Luz, who met in Ukraine while serving in

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May Movie Review: CODA

CODA (Child of Deaf Adults) won all three Oscars for which it was nominated, including this year’s best picture race. A simple story, simply told;

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ASTROLOGY: July 2022

THE COSMIC DANCE Jupiter, our largest, most benevolent, and lucky planet began a new cycle in May, but this month it’s thinking twice about it.

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