Representatives from the Seafair organization and the Danskin Triathlon will be at the Lakewood Seward Park meeting this month to talk about how what they do impacts Southeast Seattle. The Blue Angels fly on the weekend of August 1st, 2nd, and 3rd, and Danskin takes place on August 17th. The Lakewood Seward Park clubhouse is located on the corner of 50th and Angeline just north of the PCC and the meeting starts at 7 p.m. Anyone interested is invited. You don't have to live in the neighborhood. Also, we're having a Refresh Your Garden Day on July 19th from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m. We've lined up speakers, plants and seeds for sale, food, and fun. More to follow!
When is this monthly meeting?
The calendar says Thursday June 12, 7pm.
Attached is the Agenda for the LWSPNA meeting tomorrow night, June 12th at 7 p.m. at the clubhouse on the corner of 50th and Angeline just north of the PCC. If you have any questions, please give me a call, Dolores Ranhofer, President at 206-384-7493
Lakewood Seward Park Neighborhood Association
June 12, 2008
1. Danskin Triathlon - Karra Whitmire, Volunteer Recruiter
2. Seafair – Eric Corning, Festival Events Director
3. March for Youth – Denise Gloster, President, Hillman City Business Association
4. Refresh Your Garden Day update – Dolores Ranhofer, President, LWSPNA
5. Community Input and Concerns
6. Committee Reports
7. Old Business
8. New Business
Mark Solomon from the Seattle Police Department will be the guest speaker at the LWSP monthly meeting at the clubhouse on Angeline and S 50th. The meeting starts at 7 PM. Mark will be discussing crime in the area, graffiti, car prowls, etc. You don't have to live in Lakewood Seward Park to attend. Anyone in South Seattle is welcomed. Hope to see you there.
Please plan to attend the Lakewood/Seward Park Neighborhood Association meeting this Thursday, 3/12 at 7:pm. We need your assistance. We are located at the corner of 50th Ave S. & S. Angeline St.
We had many people show up to our February meeting in which we received wonderful feedback. The meeting attendees discussed a large array of issues & provided additional suggestions about the future of the Neighborhood Association and the Facility.
The 3/12 meeting will discuss four topics:
Meeting participants will be asked to participate in the topic area they feel most interested in, passionate about, or have the greatest ability to support. Each topic will be provided a facilitator, a flipchart, and the list of the inputs the board has received through various inputs including the brainstorming session at the February meeting.
The expectation is the groups will be able to make a recommendation on the highest priority areas for their respective working group. The topics may overlap a bit or there may be a sequence the projects have to follow; these details can be sorted out later.
Report Outs (40 Minutes - 10 minutes each)
Each team will need to choose a single speaker to report on the recommendations of the team. Reports should include the following components
What were the highest priorities for the workgroup?
Are there any volunteers to lead the projects identified by the workgroup?
Are there any volunteers to work on the projects?
Is there a time frame the workgroup would like to suggest?
Meeting Conclusion - includes next steps - 10 Minutes
In addition, this email also serves as a formal notice of proposed changes to the bylaws. Essentially, the governing bylaws will need to be changed in order to secure non-profit 501c3 status. A draft of the changes will be available at the March 12th meeting and a vote to approve the changes will be held at the April 9th meeting.
Please plan to attend the next Lakewood/Seward Park Neighborhood Association meeting this Thursday, April 9th at 7 pm. Your participation is very important.
April 9th LW/SP CC Agenda
Call to order
Vote on Amended & Restated Articles of Incorporation
Review & Vote on proposed Membership Dues, Membership Cycle, & Membership Drive
Planning for May 16th Wine Tasting Event
Future Agenda Topics
Next Steps on committee development
Hope you can attend.
The Board of the Lakewood/Seward Park Neighborhood Association
The Lakewood Seward Park Neighborhood Association will be holding their annual wine tasting fund raiser on Saturday, May 16th from 6 till 9 p.m. at the Community Club House on the corner of S 50th and Angeline. Steve Shulman from Leshi Mart is providing the wine, Columbia City Bakery the breads and Caffe Vita the coffee. Cheese and other goodies compliments of members of the Community Club. This year we're also having a silent auction. We're auctioning two paintings by local artist Karin Exter and other surprises. Tickets are $25.00 per person. A good time guaranteed to all. Hope to see you there!
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