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Fund Raiser for Lake City Farmers Market July 24

Live in D5 Party – Hubbard Homestead Park

Join District 5 Council Member Debora Juarez for the Second Annual Live in D5 celebration of arts and culture!

Saturday, July 22, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Hubbard Homestead Park, 11203 5th Ave NE

This year’s celebration is extra special because it occurs on Councilmember Juarez’ birthday! Help Councilmember Juarez’ celebrate turning 29 for the 29th time! We’ve even procured a dunk tank for the auspicious occasion!

This year’s event will include:
• Activities for children
• Over 20 local vendors and agency booths
• Free Tacos from Los Chilangos Tacos
• Cash Beer garden hosted by The Growler Guys of NE Seattle
• Live music from local musicians including: The Happy Campers, The Northwest Girlchoir, and a special guest DJ

* Please note this is a City-led event and Debora cannot accept birthday gifts. However, if you are feeling generous, there will be several worthy organizations on-site accepting donations, including: the Aurora CommonsLiteracy Source, and North Helpline.*

Community Engagement Coordinator Office Hours

Do you want to learn more about City services? Need help navigating who to talk with in the City? Do you have an idea to share? Department of Neighborhood’s North Seattle Community Engagement Coordinator is ready to help. Thomas Whittemore is holding neighborhood office hours this summer at the following locations. Stop by and say Hi on Thursdays: July 13 & 27 and August 10 & 24.

  • 1 – 3 p.m. Kaffeeklatsch – 12513 Lake City Way NE , Suite H
  • 3 – 5 p.m. Lake City Future First table in the Farmers’ Market – 12546 28th Ave NE

June 2017 Pinehurst Crime Map

Here is a partial picture of Pinehurst property crime for the month. Click on the map to enlarge it.

You can see ALL the types of crime at http://web6.seattle.gov/mnm/policereports.aspx. Select the North neighborhood and enter a date range.

Lake City Junior Football

If you are looking for a football program for your child and you live in NE Seattle, here is some information about Lake City Junior Football:

Lake City Junior Football (LCJF) welcomes new NE players to the 2017 season (our team is part of the Washington Junior Football league. Lake City Junior Football’s mission is to provide a positive introduction to youth football for ALL of its players. LCJF program teaches core values, age appropriate coaching and encouragement, and fundamental football skills. Its goal is to enrich the lives of the players by building character and developing a strong work ethic, while reinforcing positive self-image and sportsmanship. It fosters social skills including teamwork, cooperation, communication, and discipline.

LCJF never turns away a player who wants to play but cannot afford registration fees (partial scholarships if eligible and car wash ticket sales will cover most of player registration fees).  Also, there is a new family special with $100 off registration fees (total registration cost for the season is currently $260 but new families joining get $100 off registration fees and can cover a significant portion of the rest of the cost through a fundraising program).

The season starts on August 7th and registration is currently open.  Gear Suit Up is happening on July 15th, so if interested in having your child join, you should register before this date if possible. To register: http://www.lakecityjuniorfootball.com/home

One of our Pinehurst moms says her 9 year old  son’s football community and football participation has been such a positive experience for him. If you want to talk to a mom (her!), a coach, or the registrar, please contact: info@lakecityjuniorfootball.com

Earthquake Drill July 29

Victory Heights Potluck & Ice Cream Social

Our neighbors to the south (and some of us are considered either PH or VH) are having a party!

Northgate Community Center Festival 2017

Fun, music and food!

Update on Safety Improvement Work in Pinehurst

A few weeks ago, Pinehurst Community Council invited Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) to have a table at the upcoming Pinehurstfest so they can share their progress on the safety improvement work with the Pinehurst neighbours.

We just received a reply from SDOT. Brian Dougherty, in charge of Pedestrian and Neighbourhood Projects, regretfully turned down the invitation but provided us with the much needed up-to-date information regarding their safety projects in this area:

On track for delivery this year:

  • Crosswalk beacon at 15th Ave NE and NE 115th St
  • Speed humps on all the non-arterial streets around Hazel-Wolf K-8
  • Curb ramps and crossing improvement at NE 117th St and Roosevelt Way NE

On track to begin construction in 2018:

  • Sidewalk and drainage improvements on 12th between the school and the park  / on 115th between the school and Roosevelt

Brian encourages us to contact him if we have any questions.

Phone: (206) 684-5124
Mobile: (206) 379-2913
E-mail: brian.dougherty@seattle.gov

Pinehurstfest Music Schedule

Pinehurstfest is fast approaching, and we now have the music schedule! See poster below. We hope to see you! It’s a fun way to meet your neighbors and enjoy our local park.