Update: White Center Community Summit, until 2 pm
(Photo by WCN’s Patrick Sand)
8:12 AM: 10 am-2 pm today, Mount View Elementary is the place for this year’s White Center Community Summit, presented by the White Center Community Development Association. It includes workshops that each will be presented twice, at 11 am and 1 pm; here’s the list, as published on the WCCDA Facebook page earlier in the week:
Annexation: White Center’s Future
Presented by King County
Asset Mapping: Economy and Opportunity in White Center
Presented by Sokha Dahn
Transportation: Here to There: Getting to, from, and around White Center
Presented by SDOT
Housing: How did we live and How are we living now?
Presented by Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King County
ELL in Schools: Being Bilingual and Biliterate in White Center
Presented by Highline School District
Health and Wellness: Drug-free in WC
Presented by Navos
Community-Based Organizations: Collaborative Calendaring/Building Partnerships
Presented by KCHA and WCCDA
There’s also a resource fair beginning at 11 am. The school is at 10811 12th SW.
12:27 PM: Added a photo from the first workshop on annexation, with those in attendance including members of the North Highline Unincorporated Area Council and other community leaders. “It’s time to make a decision” about annexing to SOMEONE, said the county rep leading the session. You have a chance to catch the second round of this discussion at 1 pm in the library at Mount View. We’ll add more notes and photos later – the resource fair also continues at 1 pm (it’s lunch-break time right now).
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