‘Spring Clean’ Category
May 3rd, 2016 in CDA Membership, Community, Culture, Enewsletter, Events, People, Spring Clean, Uncategorized, White Center CDA, Youth | No Comments
Our annual Spring Clean is back! Come join us on Saturday, May 14th at 8:30 am- 12 pm. Registration is open. To volunteer, register, or to propose projects for the Spring Clean click here, or please contact Tiffany Mowatt, community builder, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (206) 694-1082. Registration and Project proposal forms are also available below. If a minor would like to participate, minor release forms are also available below.
To register for the Spring Clean, click HERE for the form
To propose projects for the Spring Clean, click HERE for the form
To print a Minor Release form, click HERE
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March 9th, 2016 in Community, Education, Enewsletter, Events, Health, News, Partners, Spring Clean, White Center CDA | No Comments
We are proud to bring back WCCDA E-Newsletter to everyone! We will be sending this out on a quarterly basis again and very happy to provide you with current information on all things White Center! If you have any questions at all or want to contribute, please contact our Community Builder, Tiffany Mowatt at email@example.com or call our office at 206.694.1082. Happy Reading!
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April 13th, 2015 in Arts, Business, Community, Culture, Enewsletter, Environment, Events, In Motion, Misc, News, Partners, People, Promise Neighborhoods, Spring Clean, White Center CDA, Youth | Comments Off
Come on out and JOIN us for the 2015 WCCDA Spring Clean Event: 5/16/15 !!!
March 18, 2015
Information from the WCCDA
The White Center Community Development Association (WCCDA) is gearing up for the 2015 Spring Clean event to take place May 16th 2015. White Center Spring Clean is an opportunity for volunteers and residents to take part in an annual spruce up of White Center through projects aimed at cleaning up and beautifying the neighborhood.
“Spring Clean is a hands-on way to get involved in making your community, literally, a better place. Whether it’s gardening, graffiti removal, bringing in more art or whatever is identified as a community need: everyone in White Center benefits from having a neighborhood with cleaner and improved spaces to show that people in this community care about where they live and/or run a business,” says White Center CDA’s business district manager, Vy Nguyen. “Spring Cleans are fun and a great way to connect with others that care about community, plus a way to score a free I ‘heart’ White Center t-shirt!”
Spring Clean projects come from the community, as WCCDA supports resident-led action in White Center’s development. Each day will start at the White Center CDA office (605 SW 108th St. Seattle 98146) with a light breakfast before volunteers go to their project assignments. Past projects have included: gardening at various sites around White Center, trash pick-up in White Center’s business district, graffiti removal, as well as painting murals throughout the neighborhood. WCCDA’s Spring Cleans brings in close to 300 volunteers for 20-25 projects each year. If you have an idea or see a need in the White Center community for a Spring Clean project or if you’d like to volunteer and get involved in the community, register online at: TBD or contact Julia Bautista at Julia@wccda.org.
Sili Savusa/Executive Director
White Center Community Development Association
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605 SW 108th Street, Seattle, WA 98146 Tel (206) 694 1082 Fax (206) 658 8344 firstname.lastname@example.org
April 8th, 2014 in CDA Membership, Community, Events, Misc, News, Partners, People, Spring Clean, Uncategorized, White Center CDA, Youth | Comments Off
The White Center Community Development Association (WCCDA) is gearing up for 2014 Spring Clean events to take place April 12, May 10, and June 7. White Center Spring Clean is an opportunity for volunteers and residents to take part in an annual spruce up of White Center through projects aimed at cleaning up and beautifying the neighborhood.
If you have an idea or see a need in the White Center community for a Spring Clean project or if you’d like to volunteer and get involved in the community, register online at: http://bit.ly/1nl9Vy8 or contact Vy Nguyen (email@example.com) or Marquise Roberson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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March 19th, 2013 in Arts, Business, CDA Membership, Community, Culture, Health, LEADERSHIP, Misc, News, People, Public Safety, Spring Clean, Uncategorized, White Center CDA, Youth | No Comments
This is an exciting time of the year at the CDA because we are announcing our new format, calling for volunteers and projects form the community. This year Spring Clean will span April through August with a huge celebration on September 6th, 2013. We have 5 months throughout the year to ensure the cleanliness and beautification our community. If you have a project that you want to lead or suggest please fill out the Project Proposal Form and email it to Marquise@wccda.org or drop it off at the CDA located at 1615 SW Cambridge St, Seattle, WA 98106. Projects can be done on multiple days if it is a need of the community to be done throughout the months. If you are interested in volunteering for a particular day please follow the link Volunteer Link to sign-up. You can sign up for as many days as you want.
As projects come in we will be updating our blog, Facebook and Twitter. If you have any question or concerns about Spring Clean this year please feel free to contact Marquise at Marquise@wccda.org or call 206.694.1082. Look forward to making our community healthy, clean and beautiful over the next couple of months.
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June 1st, 2012 in Business, Community, Events, Spring Clean, White Center CDA | No Comments
Spring Clean 2012 was a huge success with over 470 people participating in 23 different beautification and cleanup projects around White Center. We collected over 100 bags of compost, garbage waste, and recycling totaling over 2,000 lbs.
Thank you to the elected officials and professionals who attended the morning kickoff event and participated in the community clean up: US Attorney Jenny A. Durkan, Congressman Jim McDermott, King County Councilmember Joe McDermott, and Unincorporated Community Service Area Program Manager and representative from Dow Constantine’s office, Alan Painter.
Thank you again to all of the sponsors for making this event possible: Boeing Employers Credit Union, Bubbers, LLC, Chemo’s Mexican Restaurant, City of Seattle Office of Economic Development, El Dorado West, Habitat for Humanity Seattle/South King County, Impact Capital, King County Housing Authority, King County Parks and Recreation, Lee’s Produce, McLendon’s Hardware, Meat the Live Butcher, Norwest Graphics, QFC, Saars Super Saver Foods, Reed Paint, Safeway, Samway Market, Seattle Public Utilities, Sherwin-Williams, West Seattle Tool Library, the White Center Chamber of Commerce, and World Vision.
Check out coverage on Spring Clean 2012:
West Seattle Herald, West Seattle Herald, White Center Now, White Center Blog, West Seattle Blog, Village Concepts
And for more pictures, check out:
Mel Ponder Photography, Mel Ponder Facebook
Facebook: White Center Community Development Association
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