Details announced for White Center Community Summit

Just e-mailed by White Center Community Development Association – we’ve had the date on our White Center Now Events Calendar page for a while, but now there are more details:

The White Center Community Development Association and Trusted Advocates present

The 2008 Community Summit:
“Celebrating our Community, the White Center Way”

Saturday, November 8
Mount View Elementary School
10811 12th Avenue SW
8:00am – 3:00pm
Free Admission

This year’s community summit will gather families, government agencies and local community-based/non-profit organizations in a fun, family friendly environment. Live cultural performances, ethnic foods, door prizes and children’s activities are just a taste of what the summit has to offer! Come learn about the issues affecting your community and how you can be involved in a positive way. There will be information booths and workshops on health, education, jobs, housing, annexation, immigration and more. Translation services will be provided in Cambodian, Vietnamese, Spanish, Tigrinya, Somali, Amharic, Samoan, Arabic and English (other languages available upon request). Childcare will be provided.

Please help us spread the word!
Invite your neighbors, family, friends, co-workers and classmates.

For more information, and how you can be an event sponsor or exhibitor, contact:

Ebony Davis: (206) 694-1082 x168 or
Ian Dapiaoen: (206) 694-1082 x175 or

Event sponsors: White Center Community Development Association, Trusted Advocates, Youth Media Institute, City of Seattle, King County Housing Authority, City of Burien, White Center Early Learning Initiative, Southwest Boys and Girls Club , Seamar, Neighborhood House, White Center Public Health, Homesight, Para Los Ninos, White Center Library, PASEFIKA, Department of Social and Health Services, International Community Health Services, Red Cross, Roxbury Clinic, White Center Food Bank, Refugee Federation Service Center, International District Housing Alliance, YWCA Career Development, King County Food and Fitness Initiative, King County Public Health, Environmental Works, Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association, Homestead Community Land Trust, Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle, Technology Access Foundation, S. & L. Realty LLC, Center for the study of Social Policy

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