Ravenna-Bryant Community Association meeting tonight

The Ravenna-Bryant Community Association is meeting TONIGHT at the Northeast Branch of the Seattle Public Library (6801 35th Ave NE), from 6-7:45 PM.


In case you’d like to participate but can’t make it tonight, is there anything you’d like to share? Or know about? Have any concerns? Just want to profess your love for the neighborhood?

I’ll be attending tonight’s meeting and can convey your message to the group. Send me an email, or leave a comment below, and I’ll pass it along.

Ravenna-Bryant Community Association meeting tonight

It’s the third Wednesday of the month, and once again the Ravenna-Bryant Community Association is holding its monthly meeting, from 6-7:45 pm tonight.

One part of the monthly routine has changed, however. The location for tonight’s meeting is Zeeks Pizza in Ravenna (2108 NE 65th St). The big room of the library was booked, you see.

I have not seen an official agenda has of yet, but you can bet I’ll be talking about this week’s other two meetings: The Roosevelt Neighborhood Association’s Land Use Committee’s rezoning meeting on Monday, and the Crime Prevention meeting from last night.

I also have copious notes from each of these meetings* that I’ll be working into posts for this week.


*This may be a good time to mention: If any of you loyal readers also happen to be preschool owners in the area, perhaps you would consider a childcare-advertising swap? You’d be doing a public service, here.

Various and sundry updates, and other news Ravenna can use

SEO be darned. Sometimes, you just gotta cram a lot of different stuff in one post.

Crime update:

Meeting updates:

Miscellaneous tidbits:

On November 20th, Eckstein will launch Saturday School, a new intervention program for students who have four or more missing assignments and a grade of D or E in a class. Teachers will refer students to Saturday School and counselors will call the student’s home to let families know that the student is expected to attend from 8:30 – 11:30 am.  Students who successfully turn in all missing work by Thursday afternoon after being referred to Saturday School will be excused from attending. The purpose of this intervention is to encourage students to take responsibility for their work and to give them additional time and support if they are stuggling to complete it.

There’s also a request for volunteer tutors during those same dates and times (November 20, and December 4 and 18). To volunteer or ask questions about Saturday School, contact Eckstein Volunteer Coordinator LauraLeigh Young at llyoung@seattleschools.org.

Ravenna-Bryant Community Association Meeting, this Wednesday

The Ravenna-Bryant Community Association is holding their monthly meeting this Wednesday, September 15th. It will once again be held at the Northeast Library (6801 35th Ave NE) from 6-7:45pm.

I don’t know the precise agenda at this time, BUT I know that the big community meeting in October will be discussed.

And if you need further reason to attend, I’ll be bringing HOMEMADE COOKIES. And they are VERY TASTY.

Ravenna-Bryant Community Association meeting TOMORROW night

This Wednesday, August 18th, from 6-7:45pm at the Northeast Branch of the Seattle Public Library (6801 35th Avenue NE), the Ravenna-Bryant Community Association is holding a meeting.

If you have ANY interest in becoming a more active member of your community (and perhaps even helping define what that means in the Ravenna-Bryant neighborhood), I urge you to come.

I will be there this time! And you can plan on reading a post about the meeting the next day. But I’d rather see you in a chair next to me.

Besides, we can’t let Roosevelt have all the fun!