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Missing Orange and White Cat
Roland Demombynes (guest) 07 Jan 2020 21:38
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My cat escaped and ran off early this Tuesday morning (1/7) near the Super Six on Hudson. If anyone spies a large orange and white cat (very fluffy!) around please give me a call! He responds to the name Ziggy. Thank you. 206.384.5530

Missing Orange and White Cat by Roland Demombynes (guest), 07 Jan 2020 21:38

Davis Law Group represents a young man who was injured in a hit-and-run pedestrian accident on or about July 19th near the Beacon Hill Light Rail station and is seeking anyone who may have witnessed the collision. If you witnessed the accident or have any information about the driver of the hit-and-run vehicle please contact Davis Law Group at 206-727-4000 or visit our pedestrian accident webpage at:

Join us for our Spring Warehouse Sale on Saturday, April 6 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.! Stock up on great deals for gift giving and home decor. We have items perfect for Easter baskets, Easter brunch, baby shower gifts, wedding gifts, and everyday life. Up to 90% off retail!

Address: 6755 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108

Facebook event:

Earn a chance to win beautiful gift baskets and benefit Fred Hutch cancer research. Receive one raffle ticket for every dollar donated.

Spring Warehouse Sale in Georgetown by Dana Gorski (guest), 27 Mar 2019 20:42

Job Description
Please visit this link to find job description and details on how to apply for position:

ABOUT US: Ventures is a Seattle-based nonprofit that empowers aspiring entrepreneurs with limited resources and unlimited potential to improve their lives through small business ownership. We provide access to business training, capital, coaching and hands-on learning opportunities for entrepreneurs. We serve those in our community for whom traditional business development services are out of reach, with a focus on women, people of color, immigrants, and individuals with low income. Our ultimate goal is to support individuals to increase their income potential, achieve long-term financial stability, and provide for their families, and enrich their communities through small business ownership.

WHAT IT’S LIKE TO WORK FOR VENTURES: Ventures strives to provide impactful programs, while maintaining a healthy work-life balance and positive, team-oriented atmosphere. Our core values are Diversity, Integrity, Community, Empowerment, Innovation, and Client Success. Our team typically consists of 10-20 employees, plus a corps of contractors and volunteers, as well as an engaged Board of Directors.

POSITION OVERVIEW: The purpose of this position is to support and enhance programming with strong client data collection, storage, analysis, and communication systems.


Other duties may be assigned as needed.

Impact and Evaluation (60%)

Quantitative Data Collection - Work with program staff to implement systems for gathering data related to all program activities, including client satisfaction survey and annual long term outcomes survey; lead survey design and development process.
Qualitative Data Collection - Implement systems and carry out gathering qualitative data related to all program activities; including client satisfaction survey and annual long term outcomes survey; lead interview or focus group design and development process.
Data Analysis – Compile, clean, organize, and analyze program data to create useful summaries for staff, board, and funders.
Data Communication – Prepare reports for staff, board, or funders on a regular basis to communicate program successes and challenges; create systems for increasing communication and dissemination of outcomes.
Grant Reporting – Establish systems to track grant deliverables and provide analysis for funder reports and staff.
Long-term Evaluation – Manage the annual longitudinal survey process; leverage online survey tools/forms to collect better data; conduct in person and/or focus groups to gain qualitative data; administer survey or delegate tasks to an intern/volunteer; analyze and communicate findings.
Data Collection Management (20%)

Database Management - Manage client database (Outcome Tracker by VistaShare): data input, design features; liaise with database vendor; train staff on proper use of database.
Lead Data Entry - Take primary responsibility for managing the data entry process for programs and ensure that all data entry is completed by staff.
Create Policies - Develop, improve and upkeep policy and procedure manuals for the logistics of our program.
Grant and Government Contract Support (20%)

Grant Report Monitoring- Maintain master calendar for government grant activity, to include submitted proposals and reporting deadlines, create and maintain current records for all grants and reports.
Grant Support - With supervision of the Director of Development, write and submit grant applications to corporate and foundation partners and/or compile attachments;
Grant Reports - Assist the Associate Director in creating reports for federal, state, county and city contracts, MOUs, application submissions, invoice submissions, funder reports, and contract reviews.
Grant Communication - Track status of each funding contract and act as liaison with Managers on financial status of contracts relating to their program.
Grant Tracking - Develop, build, and maintain an electronic matrix management system for tracking all contracts and compliance requirements.

Written and verbal fluency in English and Spanish highly desired
Resourcefulness – willingness to go find the answer to a question or problem;
Ability to work both independently and collaboratively, and to work with a variety of personalities and work styles;
Ability to function in a complex fast-paced work environment, set appropriate priorities, and deal effectively with numerous simultaneous requirements;
Excellent organizational skills, with high degree of attention to detail;
Very strong written communication skills;
High aptitude for learning new systems and processes;
Strong problem-solving skills and the ability to come up with innovative and creative solutions or improvements to internal processes;
Strong computer & technology skills, including MS Office Suite & basic computer maintenance knowledge;
Experience with client data management or outcome tracking software, experience with Outcome Tracker by VistaShare highly desired;
Commitment to protecting the reputation and integrity of clients and staff through strict confidentiality; and
Experience with low income individuals and people from diverse backgrounds preferred.

All staff are expected to engage in activities that contribute to the general wellbeing of the organization. Unless specifically stated otherwise, staff should expect to:

Adhere to and demonstrate the Ventures core values in their work;
Participate in staff meetings, workgroups and committees, etc.,
Contribute to the cleanliness and organization of the physical environment;
Attend and participate in client and volunteer events when practical;
Support fund development through activities such as attending and bringing guests to events, bringing content expertise to grant writing or donor solicitations, adhering to brand guidelines etc.;
Exhibit the Ventures core values: integrity, diversity, empowerment, community, innovation, and client-success.

Department: Operations and Capital
FLSA Status: Nonexempt
Supervisor: Associate Director
Supervisory Responsibilities: none

The employee must be able to operate a computer and other office equipment, speak and listen on the telephone, and accurately see and interpret columns of numbers.


A resume and cover letter MUST be emailed to:

Judy Castaneda, Administrative Coordinator (click on the job description link above to find email)

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling bases or until position is filled. No phone calls please.

Please note - An employment offer will be contingent upon completion of a background check.

This position description generally describes the principle functions of the position and the level of knowledge and skills typically required. It does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and the employee, and it is subject to change as the needs of the employer and the requirements of the job change.

Ventures is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications are considered without regard to race, age, sex, color, creed, religion, disability, national origin, marital status, mental or physical handicap, sexual orientation (heterosexuality, homosexuality, bisexuality and gender expression of identity) or any other classification protected by law.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $21.00 to $22.50 /hour

Rosanna, a tableware and design house located in Georgetown, is holding a warehouse sale on Saturday, December 8, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The address is 6755 East Marginal Way South, Seattle, WA, 98108. Attendees can purchase tableware and giftables, such as mugs, trinkey trays, jewelry boxes, and more. This is the perfect opportunity to get your gift shopping done with out breaking the bank and also support Fred Hutch! A raffle will be held at the event that will benefit Fred Hutch. 25% of every purchase at the sale will be donated to Fred Hutch as well.

Here is the link to the Warehouse Sale Facebook event:

To learn more about Rosanna, visit

Tableware & Giftables Warehouse Sale by Dana Gorski (guest), 29 Nov 2018 01:05

Rosanna, a tableware and design house located in Georgetown, is holding its Annual Winter Warehouse Sale on Saturday, December 8, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Attendees can purchase tableware and giftables, such as mugs, trinkey trays, jewelry boxes, and more. This is the perfect opportunity to get your gift shopping done with out breaking the bank and also support Fred Hutch! A raffle will be held at the event that will benefit Fred Hutch. 25% of every purchase at the sale will be donated to Fred Hutch as well.

Here is the link to the Warehouse Sale Facebook event:

To learn more about Rosanna, visit

Tableware & Giftables Warehouse Sale by Dana (guest), 29 Nov 2018 01:02
Sharon (guest) 05 Sep 2018 13:38
in discussion all other discussion / discussions on pages » Columbia City Community Choir

I will be out of town September 11th, but would like to visit the choir on September 18th.

Thank you for the opportunity.

Sharon Moon

by Sharon (guest), 05 Sep 2018 13:38

Do you do amended taxes?

by Rosie B Taylor (guest), 18 Feb 2018 21:29

There are a few openings for lessons in my piano studio! No matter your age or your ability, we can help you meet your needs and your goals as a pianist.

Experience has taught us that every student is different. Each one deserves piano lessons created around his or her skill level, learning style, future goals, and musical interests.

At my studio, students begin with the basics and receive a well-rounded musical education – from how to sit and position their hands, to sight-reading, to a little music theory to put it all together. Within two to six months, students master enough of the fundamentals to help choose their musical repertoire for future lessons.

Through it all, we mix in some fun — relevant games and learning incentives, even occasional music outings — to keep our students engaged.

Visit for more information, and reach out to schedule your free trial lesson!

Join us for a free presentation and talk to an attorney about your student loan debt. We will cover types of loans and how to find out what type you have, payment plans, loan forgiveness options, private student loan issues, collection activity, scams to watch out for, bankruptcy, & resources.

2821 Beacon Ave. S. | (206)684-4711
Sunday November 5th 1:00-3:30 pm

Presented by the Outreach & Education Committee of the Student Loan Workgroup

The Student Loan Workgroup was informally convened by the WA State Attorney General's Office. The Outreach & Education Committee consists of representatives of the following organizations: American Financial Solutions, CENTS, Northwest Consumer Law Center, Northwest Justice Project, Washington Student Association, Washington State Department of Financial Institutions, and the WA State Attorney General's Office. The attorneys available for consultations are volunteers with CENTS' Student Loan Project.

Find a link to the Seattle Public Library Event on FaceBook here:

For information, contact Northwest Choirs at 206-524-3234 or gro.sriohctsewhtron|ofni#gro.sriohctsewhtron|ofni.

Auditions for New Members – Saturday, November 4, 2017

The Northwest Boychoir will hold auditions for new members at its facility at the University Heights Center in Seattle on Saturday, November 4, 2017 or at a time convenient for families. We are looking for boys ages 6-9 for January enrollment.

All boys are eligible to audition; no prior musical training is required – just musical aptitude and obvious enjoyment of music. Financial aid is available to any student who meets our audition requirements. We are firmly committed to assisting families with financial aid to cover tuition and other program costs.

Audition appointments are scheduled through the Northwest Choirs office by calling 206-524-3234 or through our website at Auditions are private and low-key, designed to make the boys feel comfortable and relaxed. They last about 15 minutes, and parents are strongly encouraged to be present.

Now in his 33rd year, Music Director Joseph Crnko leads a skilled teaching staff that is committed to delivering exceptional music training in a nurturing and professional environment. Founded in 1974, the Northwest Boychoir enrolls about 150 young singers annually in five levels of training choirs. Members represent more than 100 public and private schools in the greater Seattle area. Northwest Boychoir music staff members are trained musicians and music educators. Members enjoy the benefit of small classes and focused instruction.

Recognized as one of the nation’s premier children’s choral programs, the Northwest Boychoir serves as the official singing ambassadors of Washington State as recognized by five consecutive governors. The Northwest Boychoir also maintains a long-standing professional relationship with the Seattle Symphony, which gives members the opportunity to perform regularly with the region’s world-class symphony orchestra.

For more information regarding auditions or the Northwest Boychoir, call 206-524-3234 or visit the website at

PSKS Auction
Dee (guest) 01 Sep 2017 22:26
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PSKS Auction at Palace Ballroom 2100 5th Ave, Seattle, WA 98121

Thursday, September 14 at 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM





PSKS Auction by Dee (guest), 01 Sep 2017 22:26

Do you like kids? Want to work outside, creating a fun and educational environment for children and youth who access free meals throughout the summer?

United Way of King County is seeking Fuel Your Future Summer Meals members to be a part of a team to end childhood hunger in King County. We are seeking full time members to be a part of United Way's Summer Meals Program, a program to help children and teens access healthy meals during the summer.

You will be assigned to one or more Summer Meals sites, where you will use the skills and experiences you have to make sure kids have a safe, fun and engaging environment. You will plan and lead activities, serve meals, and conduct grassroots community outreach to get the word out. As a part of a federal program, you will ensure that the policies and procedures are followed, meals are accurately counted, and meals are prepared correctly. You will gain experience working directly with the community and in support of a respected and influential nonprofit. Training will be provided in site management, marketing, youth engagement and data tracking – hard skills that will make your summer work influential on your resume.

- Self-starters who are passionate about improving their community and public service.
- Experience working with and actively engaging with children.
- High-energy, outgoing personality willing to recruit kids and talk to adults about summer meals and site activities
- Strong verbal communication and can effectively promote the Summer Meals program to parents, kids and other community members.
- A willingness to be flexible and do whatever it takes to feed hungry kids.
- Ability to create a fun environment while following the federal guidelines of the Summer Meals program.
- Creativity when it comes to working with kids and getting the word out about the Summer Meals program.
- Staying organized in hectic environments.
- Access to reliable transportation to the site(s) you’re assigned to—especially in areas of high need in South King County (Auburn, Federal Way, Des Moines, Kent, SeaTac, Renton, South Seattle)

Mandatory Requirements:
- Must be at least 18 years of age.
- Must be a U.S. citizen, national, or legal permanent resident alien of the United States.
- Must be available 40 hours a week for five days a week. This position lasts 10 weeks, from June 21st, 2017 to August 29th 2017.
- Must be available for a mandatory three-day training.
- Cannot miss more than two days of the entire term of service. No exceptions can be made.
- Must go through a Washington State Patrol background check and National Sex Offender Registry check.

Benefits and Compensation:
- Living allowance of $1,222 per month, pre-tax
- Eligibility to receive $1,194.71 Segal AmeriCorps Education Award or a cash stipend ($230-287) after successful completion of the summer.
- Public transportation pass to and from your site (ORCA).
- School credit available, must be arranged by individual.
- Receive your food handler’s permit.
- Become part of the AmeriCorps Network and a part of a high impact team.

How to apply:
Apply as soon as possible! Applications will be reviewed and interviews will be scheduled on a rolling basis. Early applications are encouraged.
Please apply by filling out our online application:
If you have any questions about this position email gro.ckwu|ecivreslanoitan#gro.ckwu|ecivreslanoitan for more information.

Seattle Glee Clubs, a local, nonprofit adult amateur singing organization is in the process of looking for new rehearsal space. We were wondering if you might be able to help spread the news to see if there is a local business or church that might have a space for us.

The Seattle Glee Clubs has been in existence for 25 years. We have rehearsed in West Seattle for over 11 years. We have had various singing and musical theater subgroups and currently have two: the Seattle Metropolitan Singers (The Met)and the Offbeats. The Met is a group of women of all ages singing as a chorus. The Offbeats are a vocal jazz ensemble with mixed voices. We rehearse from September through May, and perform concerts from October through June. We also sing at retirement communities, community centers, and The Great Figgy Pudding Caroling Competition to benefit Pike Place Senior Center. In addition to bringing music into the lives of our community, we support other local nonprofits benefitting women and children such as Mary’s Place and LifeWire by collecting donations at our concerts.

We are looking for space for up to 35 people to rehearse on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 6:30 – 9:30 pm. There may be occasions when additional evenings might be needed. We are also looking for secure storage for file cabinets of music, amplifiers, microphones and other accessory equipment.

We have been taking the next few months to find just the right fit for our organization. We are looking to forge a long-term relationship with a corporate sponsor, church, school, performance space or warehouse that would be willing to offer us a very low rate of rent for a tax write-off. Promotion of the corporate sponsor through our members, website, and concert programs would be one of the benefits.

More information about the Seattle Glee Clubs can be found on our website

I look forward to your reply and the possibility of creating a relationship with a local entity for a mutually benefitting proposal.


Phyllis Jantz

Board Vice President and Seattle Metropolitan Singers member

Hi there,

I am a recently divorced mama to 2 kids (10 and 4 yo).

We are selling our house and I am looking for temp apt (4- 6 months) while we figure out next steps. Do you have a rental in CC/Seward Park area? Looking in the $1200 - $1500 price range. Utilities included would be great and furnished if possible but not necessary.

My kids will be with me some of the time and I would be the primary resident. Thank you for any leads you have.

I can be reached via email at joeyjgraff at gmail dot com

Looking for Apt by SeattlegrrrlSeattlegrrrl, 04 Dec 2016 07:33
Joe Zajonc (guest) 01 Dec 2016 04:42
in discussion service & business / local referrals » Piano lessons for adults?

I have witnessed numerous lessons by Daisy. She has a wide ranging pedagogic approach. She adjusts her lessons to the interests and abilities of each student. All the while ensuring strong fundamentals and musicality. It is not an exaggeration to say that students were weeping when she took a sabatical some ten years ago. (disclaimer: this author is related to Daisy) She teaches in Mt Baker

by Joe Zajonc (guest), 01 Dec 2016 04:42


I’m a graduate student at the University of Washington. I’m conducting a study of Seattle homeowners’ attitudes about their homes and yards. Would you consider participating? Any information you share will be anonymized and incorporated as a critical part of my thesis. If you are selected for an interview, I will meet you at your location.

It’s important that this research includes a diversity of viewpoints within our city. I would love to include your unique perspective!

If you’d like to be considered for an interview, please complete the form at Please feel free to contact me with any questions at ude.wu|venkcin#ude.wu|venkcin.

Thanks for your time!


The Rainier Community Center Computer Lab is open again! Stop by from 10am - 6pm Mon-Thurs and from 9am - 5pm on Fridays to find out about new resources, do some work, or receive tech assistance! It's free!

Laila Taji (guest) 22 May 2016 01:21
in discussion CC living / schools » Arabic Preschools?

I know it's a little late, but Global Gardens International School in the U-District in Seattle is starting an Arabic immersion program this Fall. Please call Paige for details: (206) 861-6079 - feel free to call or email me as well, my daughter will be attending this fall 2016: 206-225-6620, moc.liamg|ijatalial#moc.liamg|ijatalial

by Laila Taji (guest), 22 May 2016 01:21
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