Nice story from a Pinehurst neighbor about an amazing Pinehurst business:
Big Love and Gratitude to Bark Espresso
My 6-year old son attends an on site after school program at Olympic View elementary three days a week and goes home on the bus two days a week.
Last week he was inadvertantly sent [...]
Saturday, May 19th from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
John Rogers Elementary School, 4030 NE 109th Street.
Presented by the John Rogers Elementary PTA – activities, information and giveaways!
Participants include Red Cross, Cascade Bicycle Club, Seattle Tilth, Hunger Intervention Program, Within Reach, Seattle Fire Department, PrepareSmart, John Rogers Growing Green Environmental Science Club, and [...]
The NE Seattle Emergency Preparedness group is planning its first public meeting featuring activities funded by a recent grant from the Department of Neighborhoods – Thursday evening, March 15th, 6:30-9:00 pm at the Wedgwood Presbyterian Church, 8008 35th Avenue NE.
Wedgwood Community Council (Bill Dock) & Sustainable NE Seattle (JoAnn Kerr) are the organizers and [...]
Here’s another way to prepare for winter….
Disaster Supply Kit Workshop at the Seattle Public Library Lake City Branch Thursday, October 27, 2011, 6:30 – 7:45pm
Do you have the right emergency essentials at hand? Learn how put together your own disaster supply kit during this hands-on workshop.
Having the right emergency essentials after any [...]
Seattle Public Utilities is offering up to 25 sandbags per household – until supplies last – to help protect homes from flooding. Thornton Creek runs through Pinehurst and some homes are in its flood zone. Meadowbrook Community Center is one of the pickup locations.
Check out today’s post on the Maple Leaf Life blog for [...]
Weather forecasters are forecasting another stormy La Niña winter; attend this class to learn how to be prepared for an emergency! The class is on Tuesday, October 18, 6:30 – 7:45 PM at the Northgate Library, 10548 5th Ave NE.
Seattle Neighborhoods Actively Prepare (SNAP) is offered at various libraries throughout the City to [...]
The North District Council is meeting in Pinehurst tonight and I really wanted to stress the emergency preparedness program. The city is going to be putting on a special program to help teach people about emergency preparedness. As their blurb says, it should be fun and informative. And beyond that, it’s a very important topic [...]
Seattle’s Office of Emergency Management (OEM) will offer a basic SNAP (Seattle Neighborhoods Actively Prepared) class at the Lake City Library on Saturday, November 14, 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon. No registration necessary.
For information about SNAP classes or Fall-Winter skills classes (e.g., disaster first aid), please contact Debbie Goetz, OEM, firstname.lastname@example.org, 684-0517.
Storm season is underway and Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) is offering a limited number of free, filled sandbags to households or business owners in flood-prone areas. If you’ve experienced, or come close to, flooding, you may consider using sandbags.
Sandbags don’t seal out water, but can help redirect the flow of water and protect property [...]