Tagged with 'children'

FREE ‘Summer Food Invasion’ begins at Roxhill Park Wednesday, June 29

FREE ‘Summer Food Invasion’ begins at Roxhill Park Wednesday, June 29

Join United Way of King County for the launch of their ‘Summer Food Invasion’ at Roxhill Park beginning Wednesday, June 29 from 11:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. The Summer Meals Program is kicking... [Read more]

Holy Family School holding Open House on Sunday, Jan. 31

Holy Family School holding Open House on Sunday, Jan. 31

Holy Family School will be holding an Open House on Sunday, Jan. 31, from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Come discover the benefits of their bi-lingual, faith-filled education program: Faith-Filled Education Academic... [Read more]

Real Estate Sponsor Berkshire Hathaway collected 10,677 diapers

Real Estate Sponsor Berkshire Hathaway collected 10,677 diapers

A message from our Real Estate Sponsor Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Northwest: On Sunday, Dec. 6 at the Normandy Park Tree Lighting ceremony, Tay Krull and Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Real Estate... [Read more]

Machinists Union District Lodge 751 makes Halloween sweeter in White Center

Machinists Union District Lodge 751 makes Halloween sweeter in White Center

IAM 751 Business Rep Rich McCabe and Les Mullen, the president of Machinists Union Local Lodge 751-A, deliver nearly 600 pounds of candy collected by union members to Salvation Army Maj. Raymond Erickson-King... [Read more]

King County Council recognizes Diaper Need Awareness Week, WestSide Baby

King County Council recognizes Diaper Need Awareness Week, WestSide Baby

Nancy Woodland (l) of WestSide Baby and Eastside Baby Corner’s Renee Zimmerman (r) hold the recognition they received from the Metropolitan King County Council. The Council declared Sept. 28-Oct. 4 as... [Read more]

Highline Public Schools first in county to install bus stop ‘paddle cameras’

Highline Public Schools first in county to install bus stop ‘paddle cameras’

Highline Public Schools announced on Monday (April 13) that it will be the first school district in King County to implement a school bus stop paddle camera enforcement program. The cameras, which... [Read more]

WestSide Baby raises more than $315,000 at Benefit Tea for children in need

WestSide Baby raises more than $315,000 at Benefit Tea for children in need

WestSide Baby supporters pose for a photo at the 2015 Benefit Tea. The event raised more than $315,000. WestSide Baby supporters raise their bid cards to make gifts at the 2015 Benefit Tea March 1. This... [Read more]

WestSide Baby’s Annual Tea to benefit local children will be Sunday, Mar. 1

WestSide Baby’s Annual Tea to benefit local children will be Sunday, Mar. 1

WestSide Baby will host its 14th-Annual Benefit Tea on Sunday, March 1, raising funds to provide essentials to local children in need. The Tea, held at the Hilton Seattle Airport & Conference Center,... [Read more]

Students at Beverly Park Elementary School make giant ’12th Man’ flag

Students at Beverly Park Elementary School make giant ’12th Man’ flag

Students at Beverly Park Elementary School in Boulevard Park showed off their Seahawks pride on Tuesday (Jan. 27), by making a huge 12th Man flag! The 17 x 24-foot flag was mounted to the school’s... [Read more]

White Center Trick or Treat will run from 4–7 p.m. on Halloween night

White Center Trick or Treat will run from 4–7 p.m. on Halloween night

This year’s White Center ‘Trick or Treat’ event will run from 4 – 7 p.m. on Halloween night – Friday, Oct. 31 – with a pumpkin carving contest at Triangle Park and much more throughout... [Read more]

Salvation Army in White Center helps local needy kids get ready for school

Salvation Army in White Center helps local needy kids get ready for school

Photos courtesy the Salvation Army of White Center. The Salvation Army in White Center last week helped local needy kids with their back-to-school shopping. Generously funded by Mrs. Jean Renny, each... [Read more]