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Archive for October, 2012

October 29th, 2012 in Arts, Community, Culture, Events, News, Partners, Uncategorized, Youth | No Comments




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STG presents Global Dance Party at The Moore Theatre in Seattle on Friday, November 2, 2012.

Global Dance Party is a high-energy performance of cultural and contemporary dance and music. The performance features young local performers from STG’sDANCE This celebrating the rich cultural traditions and artistic talent found in the Northwest. A not-to-be missed experience for all ages. Think Global, Dance Local!

Performances by: Kaleidoscope Dance Company (modern), Tibetan Language & Culture Class, Electriq Dance (hip hop), Gansango Music & Dance (African), NW Tap Connection (fusion modern & tap), Lieu Quan Vietnamese Lion Dance Team, featured dance from “Black Nativity” and show-stopping finale by Daniel Cruz.


If you can make it out it is a great show!! Well worth the time.

 

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October 24th, 2012 in Uncategorized | No Comments


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Hey everyone check out www.locany.com. It’s a really easy way to make a positive impact on the youth and community. One project in particular is at Mount View Elementary School where the students need 8 e-Readers.

You can help us raise money just by booking a haircut, spa, dentist,
auto repair or any other local business appointment and $1.00 is donated to their project.

Get involved and thanks!!

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October 22nd, 2012 in Arts, CDA Membership, Community, Culture, Events, Misc, Partners, People, Uncategorized, White Center CDA, Youth | No Comments


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You’re invited to Trusted Advocates, White Center Community Development Association & White Center Community Cultural Center’s celebration of Dia de los Muertos.

 

At: The White Center Community Cultural Center at 9412 18th Ave SW (SW Cambridge)

 

 

We’ll have light refreshments, come and paint sugar skulls, build or add to the community altar, read your poetry or an essay - we’ll have open mic.

Share your Artwork during this observance of a Mexican celebration of Life & Death.

 

Please call Rosa Hernandez for more information: 425-271-0302 or email trustedadvocates@gmail.com

 

Please note there is NO storytelling program for the month of November and December.  We will begin again in January 2013.

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October 5th, 2012 in Annexation, Business, CDA Membership, Community, Education, Events, Health, Misc, News, Politics, Public Safety, Uncategorized, Youth | No Comments


 

This November, voters will decide vital issues that affect our children, our schools and our state. Will your vote count?

Check Your Voter Registration!Sign Our Pledge to Vote

The deadline for voter registration is right around the corner. If you have moved or changed your name in the last year, please re-register to vote with your updated information.  

The last day to register to vote online is this Monday, October 8.  

Click here to register to vote or check your voter registration today.

If you are registering by mail, it must be postmarked by Saturday. You can pick up a voter registration card at most DMV’s and public libraries, or at your county elections office. 

You can also register to vote in person at your county elections office.

Are you in college or do you have kids in college? Check this FAQ on college student voting and remember to update your voter registration every time your address changes. 
 

If you know that your voter registration is up-to-date, take it a step further and sign our pledge to vote for education champions. Elections are often decided by just a few votes  - by signing the pledge, you’re promising that your voice will be heard and your vote will matter.

Sign our pledge to vote for better schools now.

Thank you,
Anne Martens
Marketing & Communications Director
Stand for Children Washington 

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