Don’t Miss the May 4th Event

Community Event Will Be Fun and Informative

Stop by 3120 NE 125th (Seattle Mennonite Church) between 10am and Noon to enjoy some Cinco de Mayo themed fun including live music with Marco Cortes, tacos from Jose’s Taqueria and crafts with the Lake City Farmers Market. In addition you can learn more about Build Lake City Together and find out ways that you can get more informed and involved in your community. Build Lake City Together is the community driven action plan created through the Wells Fargo Regional Foundation grant program. The action plan that covers many of the components that help to create a healthy community needs your participation.  We will have outreach tables including; clean & safe, parks & open space, education, employment, human services, emergency services, arts & culture and housing. Bring your passion and drag your neighbor along with you!

Lake City Needs You!

Get Connected and Help Shape the Future of Lake City

What do you care about most in your community? On May 4th from 10am to Noon, Build Lake City Together wants to talk about it with you. Build Lake City Together is a community created action plan working to address and connect people to many of the issues and needs within our community. Your chance to get involved in education, job opportunities and training, arts programming, housing issues, parks activation, public safety and transportation is now. Come and learn about Build Lake City Together and find out how you can join in on a one time volunteer effort or take a deeper dive into helping to lead efforts within the action plan. We will have live entertainment, snacks from local businesses and lots of great conversation. Grab a neighbor and come in to the Mennonite Church Sanctuary on 125th NE between 10am and Noon, Saturday May 4th.                                                                                                                                              Build Lake City Together is administered by the Children’s Home Society of Washington

Questions? Contact: Chris.Leverson@CHS-WA.org