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Animal Welfare and Conservation

December 09, 2016 – 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm

Panorama Auditorium

Presented by Shelleen Mathews of the Wild Felid Advocacy Center

This presentation will focus on the mission to provide safe haven, education, conservation, and animal welfare of wild felines. Many wild felines (from lions down to tiny Gordon's Cats) found a home with the center when their previous home (private owner, facility or zoo) needed to place them. Each wild cat is special and has a need for a safe and comfortable place to live out its life peacefully. Contrary to common belief, captive wild cats can NOT be released into the wild. They are not psychologically or physically equipped to survive in that setting. At the Wild Felid Advocacy Center each wild cat serves as an ambassador for its wild cousins and provides valuable education that enables all wild cats their rightful place in this world.  Learn more about how this center cares for the animals.

Shelleen Mathews is the Director of the Wild Felid Advocacy Center of Washington. Like most facilities such as the Wild Felid Advocacy Center, it started with one animal. In our case it was a bobcat name "Demetreus" who came to live with us in 1971.  Being a cat lover, I had a passion to share my life with a bobcat.  When he arrived he was a six week old kitten on a bottle.  Over the years he taught me many things about what it means to be a bobcat and what he needed to be healthy and happy. The center is located on Harstine Island, near Shelton, Washington.


Human Rights in History

January 13, 2017 – 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm

Panorama Auditorium

Presented by Nancy Koppelman

What assumptions do we each hold about human rights? How are these assumptions influenced by history, ethics, politics, and citizenship? What are the challenges to human rights movements and how can the goals of those movements be achieved around the globe? This presentation offers a comprehensive historical context for understanding how the idea of human rights became not only a commitment widely shared by individuals, but also an organizing ethic within and among global nations. Koppelman also discusses factors of geography that historically created inequality in the world for millennia. Participants will gain a better sense of how to work in practical ways toward honoring human rights, with a clearer understanding of how their efforts figure into the history of social justice in our world.

Nancy Koppelman has taught American Studies and Humanities at The Evergreen State College since 1996. She earned an M.A. in History from the University of Washington and a Ph.D. in American Studies from Emory University. Her dissertation, One for the Road: Mobility in American Life, was nominated for the Ralph Henry Gabriel Prize. Since 1996 she has created and team-taught numerous interdisciplinary undergraduate programs that combine the humanities, the sciences, and the social sciences.


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Chinook Neighborhood

1 and 2 bedroom apartments in a cozy 3 story building featuring comfortable commons living room. Features a recently renovated commons areas and deluxe 2 bedroom apartments that offer special value with modern fixtures and extra space.

Beta Street Neighborhood

Beta Street homes offer spacious backyards with plenty of privacy. This neighborhood features attractive but unpretentious homes nestled in yards thickly landscaped with old azalea bushes and dogwoods.

Marina/Leisure Neighborhood

1 and 2 bedroom garden court duplex and multiplex homes, with cozy and convenient outside hobby rooms and carports.

Woodland Neighborhood

Single family homes and 1 and 2 bedroom multiplex garden court homes with outside hobby rooms and covered parking. Located in an area of tall trees and mature shrubs near the Aquatic and Fitness Center.

The Chalet Neighborhood

Located in the heart of upper campus this set of 1 and 2 bedroom apartments enjoy easy access to Pan Hall, the Chamber House Restaurant, one of Panorama’s wood shops and the ceramic studio. The Computer Learning Center is in the lower level with the Billiards and ping pong tables.

Boulevard Park Neighborhood

Boulevard Park homes are warm and cozy. This neighborhood features attractive but unpretentious brick homes nestled in yards thickly landscaped with old azalea bushes and dogwoods.

Northwest Pointe Neighborhood

Featuring 2 bedroom 2 bath duplexes with 2 car garages and dens.

Woodmere Neighborhood

A nice collection of 2 bedroom 2 bath homes in varying styles. Single family homes, spacious duplexes enjoying their own park like area.

Holladay Park Neighborhood

2 bedroom 2 bath duplex and multiplex homes, offering garages and private drives with cathedral ceilings and gas fireplaces.

Chambers Lake Lane Neighborhood

1 and 2 bedroom garden court duplex and multiplex homes. Enjoy covered parking, private patios, and convenient access to the Chehalis Western Trail..

Quinault Neighborhood

Panorama’s largest building at 5 stories serves as home of these studio, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments. Connected to Panorama Hall and the Convalescent Center, residents who live here enjoy easy access to all the hobby and interest centers based in the lower level.

Chambers Lake Drive Neighborhood

Single family lake-front homes with southern exposures along Chambers Lake. They are also convenient to the Chehalis Western Trail.

McGandy Park Neighborhood

A mix of single family homes and cozy garden court apartments adjacent to the Aquatic and Fitness Center, surrounded by parks.

Sleater Kinney Neighborhood

A neighborhood of single family homes with garages and private backyards, located near by most community conveniences.

Chambers Lake

Chehalis Western Trail

This county maintained trail runs through the heart of Thurston County. It passes through a variety of ecosystems and environments in both urban and rural areas of the county. The Chehalis Trails provides access to 170 acres of park land including Chambers Lake, wetlands, forests, farmland, creeks, prairies and other habitats.

Grounds & Maintenance Facility

Panorama Clinic

Aquatic & Fitness Center

Panorama’s state of the art Aquatic and Fitness Center affords all community members the opportunity to get and stay fit. The AFC features 3 infinity pools; a lap pool, a warm water exercise pool and a spa.

Resident Gardens

Auditorium

Panorama Hall

Convalescent & Rehabilitation Center

Assisted Living

McGandy Park

Panorama Main Entrance