WENS

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AcronymDefinition
WENSWireless Emergency Notification System
WENSWhole Earth Nature School (est. 1982; Japan)
WENSWehi-3-Expanded Neonatal Splenocytes
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Whole Earth Nature School Spaghetti Feed Fundraiser - 6 p.m.
Proceeds benefit Whole Earth Nature School, a local nonprofit organization with a mission of mentoring students in the outdoors to foster confidence, resilience and kinship with nature.
The third annual Spooky Spaghetti Feed fundraiser to benefit the Whole Earth Nature School will be held at 6 p.m.
National Historic Preservation Month at Dorris Ranch -Wildlife hike with Whole Earth Nature School. All ages.
The first show is an all-ages benefit for Eugene's Whole Earth Nature School from 7 p.m.
Exhibitors will include Whole Earth Nature School, Healthy Moves, Eugene/Springfield Safe Routes to School, Pacific Source, Willamalane Park and Recreation District, Cascade Peak Performance, Camp Harlow and Juice Plus.
Whole Earth Nature School - Experience nature with children.
Exhibitors will include Sprout, Jazzercize, McKenzie- Willamette Medical Center, Eugene-Springfield Safe Routes to School, Kipster Gymnastics, Whole Earth Nature School, Healthy Moves and Willamalane Park & Recreation District.
Forest Service, Willamette Resources & Educational Network, Whole Earth Nature School, and others.
The following eight organizations were chosen for co-sponsorship: Nearby Nature, Safe Routes to School, Huerto de la Familia, NextStep Recycling, Walama Restoration, FOOD for Lane County Gardens, Whole Earth Nature School and School Garden Project.
Saturday; local experts will provide guided tours that include a trek onto the latest Ridgeline acquisition, and birding and ecology; Whole Earth Nature School will lead nature activities for kids; opportunity to help on trail improvement project; refreshments; Barn Music Friends will begin playing at noon; space for tours limited so registration advised; more information at Friends of the Ridgeline website (go to rgne.ws/InuTmz), or e-mail carrie.l.karl@ci.eugene.or.us for locations and more information.
Friday at the Eugene Service Center, 1577 Pearl St., Suite 300; cost is $12 per girl; event sponsored by Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington and co-hosted with the Whole Earth Nature School; open to girls in kindergarten through grade 12; wholeearthnatureschool.com or www.girlscoutsosw.org or dolson@girlscoutsosw.org or 541-485-5911, Ext.