May 22nd Produce Event

BLCT Recap of 1st Free Produce Giveaway A huge thank you the Friendly Hmong Farmers and their youth program and Modest Family Solutions. Together we distributed over 500 pounds of produce from farms including Amador Farm and Songchaos Farm. This is the first of our Build Lake City Together free fresh produce events at the […]

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Seattle Day of Service

Lake City’s Participates in “One Seattle” Thousands of volunteers joined in Saturday May 21, 2022 with Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell, local leaders, and neighbors across our city for the first ever One Seattle Day of Service. Lake City had multiple locations including work in Little Brook and at the North Helpline Food Bank. Build Lake […]

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Free Fresh Produce

Sunday, May 22nd – 1pm to 3pm While Supplies Last  – 12700 Lake City Way Made possible in part through the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods “Food Equity Grant” Free Produce Giveaway this Sunday (May 22nd) from 1-3 at 12700 Lake City Way. While supplies last. We will also have free books for all ages. This […]

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SPU Seeks Customer Review Panel

Help guide SPU’s future of clean and tasty drinking water, protecting our environment, reinvesting in community solutions by joining the CRP! Click Here for CRP Recruitment Flyer 2022 Seattle Public Utilities has this opportunity for a community member to be involved in the Customer Review Panel. We are missing representation from District 5 and they […]

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BLCT Community Meeting Notes

April Notes Thursday, April 28th from 6-7pm Facilitator: Mark Mendez Support: Ann Fuller (NSFRC Site Supervisor) and Lauren Jay (NSFRC Administrative Assistant II) Presenters: Ben Wahl, Kimberlyh Harrell, and Tracy Banaszynski Ben Wahl          benw@ryther.org Thrive Seattle Living (Lake City location): Micro Apartments – subsidized units (NFT program). 20-30 units occupied by autistic young adults from Ryther […]

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