West Seattle weekend scenes: Cleaning streets; building ‘houses’

June 9, 2012 at 12:41 pm | In West Seattle news, West Seattle people | 3 Comments

A productive morning around West Seattle so far – here’s just a few reasons why:

Thanks to Admiral Neighborhood Association vice president Karl de Jong for the photo of ANA president Katy Walum and children Olivia and Henry at this morning’s Adopt-A-Street cleanup (as previewed here). They were among the volunteers who spent three hours out cleaning up Admiral District streets – just one of ANA’s community-enhancing activities; if you live in the area, check out their next monthly meeting, this Tuesday, June 12, 7 pm, at Admiral Congregational Church (California/Hill).

Not far away, at Alki Bathhouse:

Thanks to Anita Lavine for sharing that photo from the Junior Carpenters’ Workshop presented by Niederberger Contracting this morning. Anita says the kids built birdhouses for chickadees to nest in! Anita explains, “The guys are doing it as a way to say ‘thank you’ to the supportive community here in the neighborhood, and provide all the materials and instruction free of charge.”

3 Comments

  1. Nice work Josh and Seth!

    Comment by Mark — 1:54 pm June 9, 2012 #

  2. Saw those two kiddos helping clean up this morning along Admiral Way. Super cute.

    Comment by Mike — 1:09 am June 10, 2012 #

  3. Birdhouse project – Excellent photograph! Wonderful variety of kids and great facial expressions.

    Comment by Trying! — 6:59 am June 10, 2012 #

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