The June 2013 CrossRoad Newsletter is out; you can read about the upcoming discussion on Seattle Parks plan to build input, consensus and support for a new ‘Legacy Plan’.
Last week we reported Lamb of God Lutheran Church in Lake City support for our ESL After School Lab at the Lake City Community Center (LCCC). They are located across the street from LCCC and are re-committed to engaging the … Continued
Good News!MC2 received confirmation of support on Monday (5-13-13) from Lamb of God Lutheran Church in Lake City regarding a partnership with us this coming Fall 2013. The Lake City After School Language Lab for middle school-ers took a step … Continued
Community residents, in partnership with Seattle Parks and Recreation/Meadowbrook Community Center Advisory Council have begun building raised beds, designed in a floral pattern made of juniper, located next to Seattle Parks tennis courts (Nathan Hale High School). Meadowbrook Community CARE … Continued
In 1996, Seattle Housing and Resource Effort (SHARE) accepted an invitation to open up a nightly shelter, 7 days a week at Maple Leaf Lutheran Church in Meadowbrook. Every evening a group of up to 20 individuals arrive at the … Continued
The City of Seattle Attorney’s office is partnering with Meadowbrook Community CARE (MC2) in implementing the Community Courts program in Meadowbrook. The program “is a community involved justice initiative that provides a nontraditional approach to address traditional problems. Rather than … Continued
Every year since 1992 we have served families in need during the holiday season. Seattle human service providers representing north end families, enroll children with the Lake City Holiday Project (LCHP). Retailers, community groups, local residents and churches adopt children and donate gifts to … Continued
Name Time 1. David Garcia 16:39 2. Noah Heidenreich 18:05 3. Nick Lichtenstater 18:12 4. Moshe Gordon 19:22 5. Daniel Hollowell 19:32 6. Ben Jackson 19:46 7. Max Leach 20:15 8. Richard Scott 20:33 9. Andy Dutton 20:58 10. Catherine … Continued