Three years ago Rose Chavez, a 5-year-old student at Thornton Creek Elementary School, died of
Entries from April 2012
April 28th, 2012 by Support Staff
April 24th, 2012 by hillaryu
If you need a little more time to decide whether you’d like to participate in Solarize Seattle: Northeast, the deadline has been extended to next Monday, April 30.
The program, which aims to help educate homeowners about solar power and contract for less expensive installation, was slated to end April 23 but will remain open for an extra week because of popular demand, according to a news release.
Already, 21 Northeast Seattle residents have contracted to install solar on their homes, and nearly 300 people have registered to participate. The program, which is a partnership between nonprofits Northwest SEED and Sustainable NE Seattle, hopes that by the end of summer more than 50 Northeast Seattle homes will have solar installed through the campaign.
If you live in the 98105, 98115 or 98125 ZIP codes, you can register at www.solarizewa.org/registration. Need to learn more before signing up? There will be a workshop from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, April 28, at St. Stephen
April 22nd, 2012 by Support Staff
Rampathon, a popular program by the Master Builders Care Foundation, will be held next month on Saturday, May 19.
From the announcement:
April 14th, 2012 by Support Staff
Today from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. is North Helpline’s spring electronics recycling event, benefiting non-profits like the food bank that serves northeast Seattle, including Maple Leaf, Wedgwood and View Ridge.
Anything metal, or with a plug (electronics and appliances) can be recycled, and there will be a van on site for secure and safe document shredding. We will even have limited curbside pickup available with prior arrangement for a nominal fee.
The event is free, although donations are accepted. It’s being held at Lake City Christian Church, 1933 N.E. 125th St.
April 12th, 2012 by Support Staff
Voters will decide in August whether to tax themselves an extra $52 annually to bolster Seattle’s strained library system.
Locally, approval of the property tax levy would mean the Northeast branch library, which has the second-heaviest use of any branch in the Seattle Library system, would see less crowding. From the library:
Books, computers, staff, programs, meeting rooms