Today/tonight: SSCC start; superintendent chat; SNAP; more

Busy day/night on the WSB Events calendar:

BACK TO SCHOOL: Today marks the start of fall-quarter classes at South Seattle Community College (WSB sponsor).

MEET THE SUPERINTENDENT: Concern or question about Seattle Public Schools? Superintendent Dr. Maria Goodloe-Johnson is on a “coffee hour” tour and tonight she’s at High Point Community Center, 6:50-8 pm.

SNAP: That stands for Seattle Neighborhoods Actively Prepare, and that’s the program to help you be ready in case of catastrophe. With the weather turning, it’s particularly timely for SNAP to offer its free class tonight, 6:30 pm, Southwest Library.

SOUTHWEST HEALTHY YOUTH PARTNERSHIP: Support efforts to keep local kids out of potentially deadly trouble, including drinking – join this volunteer group at 6 pm in the Madison Middle School library.

PARK-LEVY UPDATES: Want to know what’s being planned with the park-levy money voters approved last fall? The Parks and Green Spaces Levy Oversight Committee – which includes 3 West Seattleites – gets the latest reports when it meets tonight at Parks HQ downtown (Denny Park), 7 pm.

1 Reply to "Today/tonight: SSCC start; superintendent chat; SNAP; more"

  • Pete September 29, 2009 (7:48 am)

    Tonight the Parks Levy committee will be putting the final touches on the criteria that will be used to decide how to prioritize the projects submitted for the 15 million dollar Opportunity Fund. Initial applications will be due Feb 1. Folks should be thinking about potential projects in their neighborhoods so they can hopefully take advantage of the Opportunity Funds that will be available.

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