Quality Childcare/Preschool. My mission is providing a safe and fun environment for children to develop and learn. Reasonable Rates. Organic food served. 541-343-1843, 2770 Polk Street. Deb Messinger (1997 alumnae).
Pathways for Health, LLC-Holistic Nutritional Counseling & Therapy
Ellen Syversen (2001 alumnae) has a Masters Degree in Public Health and over 10 years of experience as a certified health educator. Combined with her training as a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, she offers clients of all ages holistic nutrition counseling, therapy and education with the goal of correcting imbalances in body chemistry and achieving optimal wellness naturally. For more information, visit Pathways For Health. To schedule a consultation, e-mail Ellen at pathwaysforhealth<at>gmail.com or contact her at 541-912-8624.
Looking for a more neighborly, sustainable life style? Consider cohousing, which combines the benefit of private dwellings with the advantages of community living. Oakleigh Meadow Cohousing, located in north Eugene near the Willamette River and bike path, is a multi-generational community that includes individual residences, shared facilities, a common house, a central playground and open space. We want our lives to be more economical, connected, fulfilling and fun. Units with 2, 3 or 4 bedrooms are still available. Learn more on our website or call 541-357-8303. Judi Horstmann, 1982-1984 Alumnae.
Solid Ground Foundation Repair
We specialize in fixing your existing foundation. Sloping floors? Sticking doors and windows? Tilting chimney? We can fix it! We have years of satisfied customers that you can speak with for a recommendation. Residential – Commercial – New Construction. Contact us for a free evaluation. 541-744-8998. Margie Van Dorn (2005 alumnae).
Green Your Baby Without Going Broke!
At Green Baby Guide, local bloggers Joy Hatch (2006 alumnae) and Rebecca Kelley dish about everything from diapers to daycare as they focus on budget friendly, ecofriendly solutions to support new parents. Their book, The Economical Baby Guide: Down-to-Earth Ways for Parents to Save Money and the Planet, is available on Amazon and at several local bookstores.
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