West Seattle Transportation Coalition, WestSide Baby, more for your Thursday

(Alki photo by Theresa Arbow-O’Connor)

Many ways to connect with your community this afternoon/evening:

STUDENT HEALTH EVENT: The Teen Health Center at West Seattle High School welcomes all SPS students to an event today focusing on meningococcal vaccination – our preview includes info on calling, texting, or emailing for an appointment.

SOUND TRANSIT BOARD: 1:30 pm monthly meeting, with an update on realignment toward the end of the agenda, which includes information on viewing/commenting.

(added) GOVERNOR’S BRIEFING: Not announced until after we’d published this list – Gov. Inslee is having a pandemic briefing at 3:15 pm. Watch here.

DEMONSTRATION: Organizer Scott welcomes you at 16th/Holden, 4 pm-6 pm, to wave signs and support Black lives. If you don’t have a sign, one will be available there.

WESTSIDE BABY ‘BEYOND THE BASICS’: Support the local nonprofit that supports thousands of local children and their families. 5:30 pm event with storytelling, inspiration, and a chance to donate, but registering to attend is free.

WEST SEATTLE DEMOCRATIC WOMEN: 6:30 pm online, with discussion of the Equal Rights Amendment and redistricting. Register by 11 am to get the link; our calendar listing explains how.

WEST SEATTLE TRANSPORTATION COALITION: 6:30 pm online – here’s the agenda:

Participate via videoconferencing by going here, or by phone via 253-215-8782. In both cases, Meeting ID 831 2486 9091 and Passcode 521762.

MAYORAL CANDIDATE TOWN HALL: Colleen Echohawk is having “town halls” live online for neighborhoods around the city, and 7 pm tonight is her next one, geared toward High Point, Highland Park, Westwood, and Roxhill.

2 Replies to "West Seattle Transportation Coalition, WestSide Baby, more for your Thursday"

  • miws March 25, 2021 (9:56 am)

    I was just remembering that when the statue was refurbished a decade or so ago there was some discussion of how to position her, I believe all four directions were considered: toward the water again, toward the street, or either direction looking along the shoreline. To me, there was absolutely no question; toward the water again.  This Awesome photo is yet one more that reinforces that choice. Thank you to Theresa and WSB. —Mike

    • TheresaArbow-O'Connor March 25, 2021 (10:55 am)

      Thank you very much Mike.  We are so lucky to have this wonderful statue here on Alki.  I love photographing her and seeing all the wonderful people who gather around enjoying this special gift ♡

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