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Date: 10/29/2018
Subject: NNN: ready to take the next steps
From: Northwest Neighbors Network



 
 
 
 
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Attention Members and Volunteers

We have circulated our survey, we have begun our fundraising drive and now the time has come for the Northwest Neighbors Network Steering Committee members to connect with our members and volunteers.  For those who have indicated interest in the past but haven’t updated your status by filling out the survey, someone will be in touch to confirm your interest.  But of course we would love to hear from you first!

We will begin conducting preliminary interviews in November.  For volunteers, this means meeting with one or more of our committee members at a mutually agreeable location.  For members, we will come to your home to conduct the interview.  For more information, e-mail us at info@northwestneighborsnetwork.org or call (206) 800-3009.  We also hold monthly information sessions at public locations; dates and times are posted on the website and Facebook.


Getting Around Shoreline & Lake Forest Park

Is driving retirement in your future, or already here?  The North King County Mobility Coalition (NKCMC) was created with you in mind.  The objective is to identify transportation service gaps and untapped opportunities in our community.  The NKCMC is part of a county-wide coalition and even interfaces with regional transportation authorities.  We thought we’d pass along the Getting Around Shoreline and Lake Forest Park brochure about local transportation programs.

Educating and advocating for our members is part of what a Village such as NNN does.  We aim to be a hub of information and services.  Our Steering Committee members are out in the community working on your behalf.  We are have spoken about NNN to the Lake Forest Park City Council, the Verdant Health Commission and more; we have attended information sessions by the South Snohomish County Fire & Rescue (see the website archives), the King County Department of Community and Human Services and more.

We are an all-volunteer organization promoting the well-being of the community at large.  Membership dues do not cover all expenses.  Please consider donating what you can to show your support of the Village Movement in North King and South Snohomish Counties.


 
 
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