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Audry Nordwall's Warner Story

Updated: Sep 19, 2019

I've been a volunteer at Warner for five years and during this time things have changed at home. I'm a caregiver for my husband and other family members but until now Warner had stayed the same, a wonderful place to spend the day in nature with a group of curious school children ready to explore our trails and see the changing seasons. I go home refreshed and I'm sure the children go home with a new appreciation and understanding of the great outdoors.

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