2 boards need you: Fauntleroy Schoolhouse; SW Historical Society

Looking for a way to get more involved with your community? Here are two!


FAUNTLEROY SCHOOLHOUSE BUILDING ADVISORY BOARD: As the Fauntleroy Community Service Agency gets closer to closing the deal to buy the historic Fauntleroy Schoolhouse (here’s our most recent update), it’s forming a Building and Site Development Advisory Board “to oversee the building development and operations within the context of this mission,” according to the official announcement. They’re hoping its members will include (but not be limited to) people with expertise in areas such as real-estate development, building renovation and construction, property management, real-estate negotiations, public/private financing options, familiarity with city/state/school district, connections to local community groups. Interested? Call FCSA president Kevin Wooley, (corrected) 206-933-6410.


SOUTHWEST HISTORICAL SOCIETY BOARD: SWSHS, which operates The Log House Museum, says it’s “looking for board members who have the skills and enthusiasm to bring to our organization for three-year terms beginning in 2010. Participation in our board will be challenging and rewarding, stretching your skills and abilities. You will also gain experience in the meaningful work of preserving West Seattle history, making new friends in the community and the pride of knowing you’ve contributed to a vital organization.” Interested in helping with historic preservation and running a small museum? E-mail a letter of interest to board member Joey Richesson at EuniceSnit@aol.com, or call her at 206-909-9016, before the end of the month.

3 Replies to "2 boards need you: Fauntleroy Schoolhouse; SW Historical Society"

  • Emily October 12, 2009 (12:09 pm)

    Hi, I tried the number for Kevin Wooley but it says it has been disconnected?

  • WSB October 12, 2009 (12:27 pm)

    I just checked and that’s the number on their printout – will e-mail and see if there’s another one to try – sorry bout that! TR

  • WSB October 13, 2009 (12:13 am)

    Update – have corrected the post – the material from which we were working was wrong; Kevin’s phone number is one digit different, 933-6410 – so please do give him a call! – TR

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