West Seattle’s 4th of July Kids’ Parade days away: Can you help?

June 25, 2014 at 12:33 pm | In Holidays, How to help, West Seattle news | 1 Comment

Nine days until West Seattle’s 4th of July Kids’ Parade … 20th annual parade, this time! And it’s the second year for current coordinators Jackie Clough and Allyson Schreck; Jackie shares the new flyer with everything you need to know, embedded atop this story (if you don’t see it there, please click here), and says they have a very specific volunteer request for parade day (one week from Friday):

We could use 4-6 adults to help us at the beginning of the parade, helping us get started.

Can you help? Once the parade gets going, Jackie promises, you’ll be able to move on and join in with the morning’s events. E-mail her at jackie@alkipartytreasures.com. Meantime, for the pre-parade ceremonies, she adds: “We have a fantastic National Anthem singer this year: Leilani Nitkey, a 6th grader at Madison Middle School this fall.” Haven’t been to the parade before and wondering what it’s like? Here’s our coverage from last year.

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  1. Ive known Leilani since she was a baby, if you havent heard her sing its like an angel singing. You’ll get goosebumps. Way to go kiddo.

    Comment by alki resident — 9:54 pm June 25, 2014 #

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