September 2013

Cumberland Crossings 'paradise' for avid bird-watcher

The names are as varied as the list is long: Tufted Titmouse, Olive-sided Flycatcher, Sharp-shinned Hawk, and Dark-Eyed Junco.

Local firms help to direct at-risk youths toward vocational goals

Becoming an architect is no easy process. Students must complete a five- or six-year undergraduate program and then have at least three years in an intern-style development program before they can sit for a licensing examination.

But thanks to regional professionals and companies willing to share that type of information with youths participating in theĀ Center Point Day Program at the Diakon Wilderness Center, the young people can explore career options with eyes wide open.