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West Seattle News You Can Use- June 25

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    You re receiving these emails because you live in West Seattle. To learn even more about these events and other ways Department of Neighborhoods supports your
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      You're receiving these emails because you live in West Seattle. To learn even more about these events and other ways Department of Neighborhoods supports your community  by visiting Delridge District Council information at http://www.seattle.gov/Neighborhoods/districts/delridge.htm and Southwest District Council information at http://www.seattle.gov/Neighborhoods/districts/southwest.htm

       

      Seattle Department of Neighborhoods

      Neighborhood District Coordinators – South Region Team

       

      Yun Pitre

      yun.pitre@...

      Office: (206) 386-1924

      Cell: (206)730-0364

      Jenny Frankl

      jenny.frankl@...

      Office: (206) 233-2044

      Cell: (206) 396-0200

      Kerry Wade

      Kerry.wade@...

      Office: ,(206)733-9091

      Cell: (206)316-7283

       

       


      Ø  West Seattle: Let’s Talk

      Ø  Seafair Pirates Landing on Alki@ Alki Beach

      Ø  South Park Bridge Grand Opening Celebration

      Ø  West Seattle Summerfest

      Ø  Seattle Foundation-Request for Proposals


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      West Seattle: Let’s talk- Encouraging productive civic engagement

       Saturday, June 28 from 9:30-11:30 am

      West Seattle Senior Center (4217 SW Oregon Street).

       

      The event will feature open house-style information to allow dialogue and education around major policy efforts in Seattle. Neighbors can speak with City staff from the Department of Neighborhoods, Seattle’s Department of Transportation and the Department of Planning and Development. We are exploring a proactive and conversational model of community engagement to hear directly from the community and share ideas. This is the first of several discussions we’ll have throughout Seattle.

       

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      Seafair Pirates Landing on Alki@ Alki Beach

      9:30-3:00 p.m.

      The cutthroat Seafair Pirates crew has made a deal with their new Captain Kidd and are comin’ to collect the bounty they left behind last year! Avast, the Seattle Seafair Pirates will sail in from the seven seas and the scallywags be stormin’ Alki Beach in West Seattle to kick off the 65th Seafair. Don’t be gettin’ in their way!

      Merchants will be putting out their finest wares starting at around 9:30 a.m. and ye can shop, eat and dance along with the Pirates throughout the day! Including food vendors, toys, clothing, jewelry and art!

      The Seattle Seafair Pirates will land at Alki Beach between 11:30 am and 12:30 pm. Dress in your favorite pirate costume and meet us out on the beach – Ready, Aim, Fire!

      Visit www.seafairpirates.org for more information.

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      Join the West Seattle Junction in celebrating the West Seattle Summer Fest – West Seattle’s biggest party of the year! On July 11th, 12th and 13th, the West Seattle Junction transforms into one of Seattle’s best street fairs and summer festivals. This popular Seattle street fair features arts and crafts, shopping, live music, local food, beer gardens, kids play area and moreFull details on bands, vendors, more, on the official website!

       

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      Seattle Foundation – Request for Proposals, Communities of Opportunity

       

      ANNOUNCEMENT DATE: June 16, 2014

      DEADLINE: July 18, 2014

      TOTAL AMOUNT AVAILABLE: At least $600,000 will be available for grants (grant amounts will vary and will be administered by The Seattle Foundation). We anticipate making 6 to 12 awards ranging from $50,000 to $150,000 each.

      DESCRIPTION: One-time, general operating grants to support existing work that leads to policy, systems or practice changes that reduce inequities in the areas of health, housing and/or economic opportunity.

      DURATION OF GRANT: Grants will be distributed in September 2014 and can support one-year or two-year efforts.

      ELIGIBILITY: 501(c)(3) organizations (or has a 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor) working in King County

       

      HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR PROPOSAL & CONTACT INFORMATION

      For additional questions and to submit the application, please e-mail Aaron Robertson at a.robertson@ seattlefoundation.org by 5 p.m. on Friday, July 18, 2014. If the letter is mailed, it must be received no later than July 18, 2014 at The Seattle Foundation, 1200 Fifth Ave., Suite 1300, Seattle, WA 98101.

       

      For those interested in learning more, please consider attending one of the optional information sessions:

      ·         Friday, June 27
      3-4:00 p.m.
      Kent Library, 212 2nd Ave. N., Kent, WA 98032

      ·         Tuesday, July 1
      10:30-11:30 a.m.
      2100 Building, 2100 24th Ave. S., Seattle, WA 98144

       

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