[nfbwatlk] FW: It's Catching On

Jacob Struiksma lawnmower84 at hotmail.com
Mon Jun 21 19:04:36 CDT 2010


BHdP1Q6C6eUm4> Streets for All Seattle

Dear Jacob , 

All over the city, people from entrepreneurs to seniors are demanding safer
streets and efficient transportation choices.  This summer (not that we can
call it that so far!) will bring dozens of opportunities to share your
priorities alongside the
2FNP1Q6C6eUm4> Streets For All Seattle campaign.

Tonight from 6-7:30pm is a Walk-Bike-Ride Community Meeting at Northgate
Community Center, 10510 5th Ave NE.  This is the final in a series of
city-sponsored neighborhood forums.

But next Tuesday, June 29 there will be a Downtown and Center City
Walk-Bike-Ride Meeting at REI, 222 Yale Ave N, from 4-6pm.  Rather than city
government, this forum is hosted by community and business groups who want
to provide more transportation choices for commuters and families alike.

BGdP1Q6C6eUm4> Please sign up here if you can make it to these and other
events.  Want to add future Streets For All Seattle events to your calendar?
You can see them on
ju9P1Q6C6eUm4> Facebook and on our
N69P1Q6C6eUm4> events page.

If you want to learn more about Streets For All Seattle and get more
involves, please come to our third volunteer training, Wednesday, June 30
from 6:30-830pm at the Sierra Club's NW office, 180 Nickerson St. #202.
Reply to this email if you can make it!

Thank you,

Craig Benjamin and Chris Rule
Streets For All Seattle

P.S. - Can you help keep Streets For All Seattle rolling...and walking?
HItP1Q6C6eUm4> Please donate today.


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