“Where is our little Orville?” That was the anxious question Ben Fuiten asked of his wife Hattie as he came into the farm house after doing chores. Orville was their first born child and was their pride and joy – a charming lad of just 4 ½ years old. On that 19th day of March, 1915 Hattie had bundled little Orville up with his warm winter clothes, boots, and his hand-knitted mittens that Great Grandmother Carolina Albert had given him for Christmas he was ready to go out in the snow.
Almost 1,400 volunteers rallied to make Creation Northwest 2010 rock. As volunteer coordinator, no-one knows better how many people and how much effort it takes to pull off something of this magnitude.
The Enumclaw Courier-Herald wrote a nice article about the impact our little festival had on the community. You can read it here:
This is perhaps the most creative video I have seen. Playing everything from an iphone to a ukulele, pay careful attention to how each object is used.
Thanks to my buddy Fred for sending me a link to this video. I get distracted by shiny objects and this video kept me rapt for the entire 5 minutes.
This interesting video with Bill Davenhall talks about how certain areas of the USA have a higher rate of heart attack than others, partly because of the air we breathe, the water we drink and the food we eat. I live in a Red area now. It’s been nice knowin’ ya.
Check out this one! One of the two ladies is a Festie!
Julia and Sarah are the Canadian Olympic Correspondents (COC’s) (unofficially). Our goal is to be Ellen’s Canadian Olympic Correspondents (COC’s) (officially). Please help us by sharing these videos and telling Ellen we are the best COC’s for the job.
Finally, a sane voice in Hollywierd.
Here is a great story from Dave Wells, a Creation Festival attendee, who was moved to sponsor a child in 1999. 10 years later, that simple step triggered a series of heart-changing events.
Read Dave’s story here: