Delridge Day is coming up quickly – 9 august.
NDNC will be hosting a booth with all kinds of fun activities for you and your family…
Holli is breaking out the old screen printing materials, so bring your blank shirt for a little jazzing up with the Heart Delridge emblem. It is super easy and fun. We will even have a drying space so you can come back after visiting the rest of the event to pick up your dried garment. If you forget or don’t have a blank shirt, NDNC will have grocery totes on hand for you to screen print. Score! Come early for this part because we can only have two printing stations running at a time. Of course, you will be able to purchase a Heart Delridge shirt from our stock if you don’t feel crafty ($15 each).
Kirk is playing carney with the Fish Bowl Game. Yep — that game where you toss a ping pong ball into a water cup and, if you win, you receive the goldfish inside of that cup. Except ours won’t make you cringe because there are no fish. (Gotcha!) Take a moment to make a try to win fabulous prizes for all ages.
Kirk is also working on some AWESOME magnets so make sure to pick one up.
In order to pull this all off, I do have a wish list of items that I am hoping someone out there will loan or donate to us…
- Aprons (need 3)
- Cloths pins
- Table cloths (2 banquet tables and 1 card table)
- Dress form or mannequin for Heart Delridge shirt display
I also need volunteers to help man the booth. No experience needed! I am looking for two people for 10:30 til 12:30 and three people for 12:30 til 3:30.
Please let me know if you can volunteer or donate any times. Thank you!
The Dept. of Neighborhoods City is seeking members of the public to join the Delridge Planning Advisory Committee. The Advisory Committee will collaborate with the city’s Community Development Team on issues such as helping to engage the wider community, reviewing community input, and creating recommendations that balance community interest.
Advisory committee members should live, work or spend significant time in the neighborhood and represent a broad range of community interests.
The Advisory Committee will collaborate with the city’s Community Development Team on issues such as helping to engage the wider community, reviewing community input, and creating recommendations that balance community interest. Members are expected to draw on input from the community as well as their own experiences.
Commitment: The ACT and City will work together for approximately a year to complete Delridge Action Plan. There will likely be monthly, 2-hour ACT meetings in addition to three large community events. Depending on interest, there may options to continue as part of an organization building and/or implementation phase of the action plan.
Those interested in participating on the Advisory Committee must apply to the Dept. of Neighborhoods by August 1. Contact Jake Hellenkamp at firstname.lastname@example.org for an application.
To find out more about the ACT and the North Delridge Action Plan contact David Goldberg at DavidW.Goldberg@seattle.gov eller (206)615-1447.
Join us at 6:30 at the Dragonfly Pavilion/park – 26th and Dakota St. If you need directions, call the NDNC hotline at 206-300-5561.
Bring chairs, food, kids, blankets …
Want to talk to the police about an issue in your neighborhood? There’s a place where you can do it, face to face, and they will respond!
Attend a meeting of the West Seattle Crime Prevention Council – you don’t have to be on the Council to attend.
Meetings ares held from 7-8:30 pm on the 3rd Tues of every month except for July, August, & December. The location is the Southwest Police Precinct, 2300 SW Webster (Home Depot).
Precinct brass give a report on crime trends that they’ve seen over the past month and then address community concerns. That’s where you speak up.
More info here: http://wscpc.blogspot.com/.
Please join the NDNC for the yearly “Spring Cleaning” of your North Delridge neighborhood on April 26th from 10am – noon.
Volunteers will meet at the Delridge Community Center, 4501 Delridge Way SW, and break into groups from there.
Tasker, plukkere, and refreshments will be provided. All you need to do is show up in comfortable clothes!
If you have any questions and/or comments, please contact Lisa Taylor Whitley (email@example.com).
We hope to see you there!
19 marts, 2014
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At NDNC’s March monthly meeting, Giulia Pasciuto, a researcher working on a project studying low-income women’s access to healthy food in Delridge, presented her findings. Her project was sponsored by City of Seattle Councilmember Mike O’Brien and the Seattle Women’s Commission and was instigated by a Delridge-area woman who complained to the Commission about how hard it is to use WIC benefits on healthy food. Læs mere »
The Seattle Times recently ran an article about diversity in Seattle which identified the most diverse block group in the City as one in southern North Delridge.
Den artiklen identifies the exact location as just east of the High Point development. “This small area is 29% white, 26% black, 21% Asian, 16% Hispanic, og 8% other.”
14 november, 2013
Please hjælp os rense cykel / gangsti på tværs af gaden fra Skylark cafe denne søndag, 17 november, 10:00 til 12:00.
Vi mødes på Skylark cafe (3803 Delridge Way SW) hvor tasker og handsker vil blive leveret, men beder dig medbringe sikkerheds kegler og / eller river, hvis du har dem.
Faldne blade på denne tid af året kan gøre cykel / gangstier glat og tilstoppe storm afløb. Selv hvis du ikke er i stand til at slutte sig til os denne søndag, du rense fortove og storm afløb omkring dit hjem, hvis du er i stand. Alle os, der arbejder sammen kan gøre en synlig forskel i vores nabolag!
14 november, 2013
Per anmodning af fællesskabet, DESC har indvilget i at omdøbe den nye bygning til Cottage Grove Commons.
Tak til Kirsten Smith, Tanya Baer og Dorsol Planter til at arbejde med DESC om dette emne.