Brisk clap, friends and families of Olympic Hills. It’s time to come together to support a neighbor school and larger community, and we only have 24 hours to help.
Sand Point Elementary PTA is requesting support to create small care packages for their families who are residents of Solid Ground Housing (Brettler) in Magnuson Park whose lives are deeply impacted by the killing of one of their parents, Charleena Lyle.
We hope to make 230 care packages that include:
1) Notes of support for adults and children
2) Grocery gift cards for parents in $10 denominations from Safeway
3) Bottles or packets of bubble bath for children
4) Packets of microwave popcorn
5) Bottles of bubbles or other happy non-age specific item for children. (stickers?)
6) fruit rollups/fruit snacks
7) gift bags/ribbon
Email point person Bronwen Houck (email@example.com) for drop off location. Donations are needed by Wednesday morning. You can also PayPal (firstname.lastname@example.org) donations for grocery gift cards and/or supplies.
The end of the year is NIGH and there are loads of dates to remember! Here’s your VIP date: tomorrow, Thursday, June 15 is our LAST PTA MEETING OF THE YEAR! We will celebrate the end of a great year, talk about upcoming events, and honor our Golden Acorn award winner. Most importantly there will be CAKE. Potluck at 5:30, meeting 6-7, free childcare and Spanish interpretation provided.
As part of its Community Conversation series, Lake City Future First will host a free conversation on Wednesday June 28th about Imagine Lake City Together. The Conversation will be held from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. at the Lake City Community Center, 12531 28th AVE NE, Seattle. Join us for food and discussion and audience Q&A.
Thank you to those of you who joined us for the Pancake Breakfast on Saturday. We raised $1,438 for the PTA! A big thank you to the Lake City Lions Club for hosting and in particular to Chuck Dickey who organized it and the folks who cooked and served all of the delicious food. Thanks too to our wonderful teachers and volunteers who helped out on the day and to Bronwen Houck and Maggie Cheung for displaying student work from the after school Coloring and Art Clubs, and Michael Holland and the Olympic Hills Choir for their wonderful music and singing!