Did You Miss Lucha Libre?

Lake City Collective Brought Lucha Libre to Lake City

Working through a grant from the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, the Lake City Collective transformed the Lake City Community Center and brought the community together for a very special and unique event in the neighborhood. The turn out was tremendous and the large crowd was thrilled with this free event that brought Mexican style theatrical wrestling to the north end. The event was also a pot luck with food from local restaurants as well as delightful dishes from attendants. The event was complete with kids crafts, Lucha Libre merchandise, free popcorn and outreach tables. It was truly one of the best events of 2018 for Lake City. To learn more about the Lake City Collective you can visit there Facebook page at:  https://www.facebook.com/LakeCityCollective/

Oh Yeah, It’s Happening!

Lucha Libre Comes to Lake City

Huge thanks to the Lake City Collective who worked with community partners and the Seattle Parks Department to bring Lucha Libre to the neighborhood.

Saturday, December 8th at 5:30pm at the Lake City Community Center.

Lucha LIbre is professional wrestling originating in Mexico that employs rapid acrobatics.

This project is funded in part by a Neighborhood Matching Fund award from Seattle Department of Neighborhoods.

Lake City Community Center Open House

April 4, 2018 Open House 6:30PM-8PM

Seattle Parks and Recreation invites you to “Join us on April 4 for the Lake City Community Center Open House. Meet
Seattle Parks and Recreation staff, learn about our programs, ask
questions, provide feedback, and connect with our partners. We will have
fun activities for kids and light refreshments available.”

 

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Lake City Senior Meals Volunteer Opportunities

Senior Meal Program Needs You

From Darcy at Hunger Intervention Program
We are so excited to expand our senior meal program, but we can’t do it alone. We need a volunteers to fill a variety of positions to provide more hot, nutritious meals to North Seattle seniors. Below are our greatest volunteer needs. If you don’t see something that is right for you, please forward these opportunities to a friend or neighbor who might be… our need is great! And don’t forget that every volunteer shift includes a delicious, made-from-scratch lunch as a small token of our gratitude.  

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2018 City Budget

Over $6 Million in New Investments for District 5

On November 21st, the City Council voted to approve the 2018 City budget. Below are a list of investments both in D5 and City wide that Council member Juarez shared in a recent email. In addition, our advocacy to bring the Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) program to the North Precinct took a huge leap forward. While the funding goal was not quite achieved for LEAD, there is still $750K identified to bring this extremely important program to North Seattle. Thank you to all who helped write letters in support of the Community Center and LEAD expansion.

District 5 – New Investments = $6,274,910

 Lake City Community Center Rebuild  $5,000,000
 Hubbard Homestead Park neighborhood planning  $35,000
 Sound Generation: Expansion of the Lake City and Northgate   “Senior Center Without Wall”  $60,000
 Aurora Commons: Expansion of outreach and drop-in services  $60,000
 Sweetened Beverage Tax – Increase funding for food banks*  $369,910
 Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) Expansion to SPD   North Precinct  $750,000

*Some of this funding will also be used to support food banks in other Council Districts

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