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Spring Clean on April 22nd

Help Make Lake City Shine – April 22nd – 1-3 PM  – Join us for the 2nd Annual “LCFF Spring Clean”

Meet us at any one of our three locations.

  • The Lake City Mini Park on 125th NE and Lake City Way

  • The Lake City Library

  • 12517 33rd Ave. NE at God’s Lil Acre

    We will have free t-shirts while they last plus food and refreshments generously donated from Elliott Bay Brewery and the Kaffeeklatsch.

    We provide everything you need to take part. A great event for the whole family.

  • Please contact cleanandsafe@lakecityfuturefirst.org with questions
  • Flyer here: 11x17_Spring_Clean_Flyer_v2017b

 

 

Benefit for Latinas Unidas

Support Latina Teens in the Lake City Area

Monday April 3rd from 4-10 PM

The Nathan Hale Latina Club is fundraising at Jalisco’s Mexican Restaurant for their educational trip to Puerto Rico. They’re visiting Puerto Rico to learn about the culture and it’s unique political situation.The students proposed the fundraiser to Sean, the owner of Jalisco’s, and Sean enthusiastically agreed to participated and donate 40% of the profits for the trip. People who come to the fundraiser buy whatever they want and 40% of the profit will be donated to the NH Latina Club.

Jalisco’s is Located at 12336 31st Ave. NE

Visit the groups GoFundMe page:Here

 

Let’s Talk About Food

Community Conversation March 22nd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What to expect –

6 PM Free food and drink samples from vendors who will be at this year’s Lake City Farmers Market plus information tables.

6:45 – Welcome and Speakers on Food Issues in our Community. Including a representative from our District 5 Council Office and Esther Magasis, Food Bank Manager at Jewish Family Services food bank, to discuss Fare Worker Rights.

7:15 We will have a performance from Spoken Word Artist Jasmin Veeh. Jasmin is a young writer and artist from Germany, but has lived in Seattle for almost two years now. Her latest project are short stories, poems and artwork about a soup kitchen for the homeless that she is volunteering in since she arrived in the US, and especially the people she met there. Kris Curtis with the Seattle Farmer’s Market will also address the audience.

Approximately 7:30 – Group discussions on food issues and identification of priorities with an emphasis on action items for our community.

8:05-8:30 – Report out from group discussions and wrap up.

Continue reading “Let’s Talk About Food”

Save the Date

Spring Clean is Returning to Lake City

The 2nd Annual LCFF Spring Clean Event will be taking place on April 22nd (Earth Day)

Our Clean and Safe Co-Chairs – Annie with Two Dog Yoga and Annette with the Kaffeeklatsch are hard at work on ironing out the details so please stay tuned.

A BIG Thank you to:

The 2 Nancys :), Marlana, Chris, Francisco, Norma and Annie for their work on March 12th.

“The Value Village parking lot was our starting point this time and garbage pick up people pairs  went to the east, west and south.

Take a look, some of the usual dumpy spots are spiffier with just one hour of a few people picking up. Yahoo! for community efforts!” – Annie