May 8 is an important date in the process of the Riverfront Park development, including many bits of awesomeness for young and old, local and tourist: an outdoor amphitheater, playground, dog park, canoe launch, and skate park. Please consider joining us on May 8 at 5:30 at the Lincoln Town Hall as our voice is… Continue reading Next Steps for Lincoln Woodstock: Let’s Build the Riverfront Park!
There is an old Native American proverb which reads: “We do not inherit the Earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children.” Chief Seattle stated long ago: “The Earth does not belong to us. We belong to the Earth.” The poet Khalil Gibran writes: “And forget not that the earth delights to feel… Continue reading Thank you Earth for the Lessons You Teach Us Every Day, Not Just on Earth Day
It’s not every day U.S. Senator and former N.H. Governor Jeanne Shaheen comes to Lin-Wood School. Just two weeks ago, Senator Shaheen introduced new legislation to Congress aimed at preventing opioid misuse among students and student athletes. Today, she facilitated a panel discussion with other leaders in prevention including our own Nick Nelson (check out… Continue reading U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen Introduces New Prevention Legislation for Students : Stemming the Flow of Addiction
En route to school this morning: “Mom, did you know Jesus had a lot of bunny rabbits?” Why, no, I did not know he had a lot of bunny rabbits. “Can we get a bunny rabbit for Easter or my birthday?” No. “Why not? Even Jesus got to have rabbits, and he died on a… Continue reading In Honor of Easter: Here’s to Jesus, His Rabbits, and the Revel Stoke Among Us
This is teamwork beneath blue bird skies in April. Each person in this group is an integral part of what we’ve deemed the best kind of team hiking, the kind where at day’s end you feel like you’ve truly conquered a mountain, and you have. You are exhausted and smelly and proud and maybe even… Continue reading Team Hiking: It’s Not About Reaching the Top; It’s What We Build Along the Way