Neighborhood Profile Hunger Intervention Program

Hunger Intervention Program (HIP) Feeds the Neighborhood By Janis Clark As I sit midway between the feasts of Thanksgiving and Christmas, with cupboards full of food, I think of those with less at their table. Nutritious food is a right, but while there is plenty of food to feed everyone in this country, millions of […]

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Horrible Art Gala 2020

“Horrible Art” Comes to Lake City Community Center – January 25th The Horrible Art Gala is partnered with City of Seattle this year to create a celebration of art, promoting discussion between class hierarchy, subjective thought, and the definition of what makes something “horrible”—All while generating donations for the cities’ Education Scholarship Program, a fund […]

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Refugee Artisan Initiative Open House

Lots of Neighbors and Supporters Come Out for RAI’s Open House On December 4th many Lake Cityzens and pe0ple from across the City came out to learn more about the Refugee Artisan Initiative (RAI), visit with their board and participants and check out many of their products. The RAI Maker Space is located at 12545 […]

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Lake City Receives Denny Award

Build Lake City Together is Honored with Annual Award in the “Strong Communities” Category Click Here for Info on Denny Awards It was truly an honor to receive a Denny Award last night (December 3rd) for the work that we began under Lake City Future First and that we have the honor to continue under […]

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Welcome To Lake City

Work in Progress on Lake City Way Signage Thank you to all who took the time to respond and to those that provided constructive feedback. The online survey was part of a preliminary strategy for this effort with more work to be done with the community. We would encourage those with time and interest to […]

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