June Meeting: Social Service Needs

Greenwood Community Council
June Membership Meeting
Tuesday June 16, 7:00 – 8:30
Greenwood Library
8016 Greenwood Ave. N
Social Service Needs and Responses
in Greenwood
The economy has turned around in Greenwood.  Businesses are filling storefronts that sat empty two years ago, cranes are on 85th St., million dollar houses are going in. Amid this prosperity though, there are many in need. The picture above isn’t from Greenwood, but it looks a lot like my alley lately – people in need are more visible in the neighborhood, and there are many others who are out of sight.
So who is attending to the social service needs in our neighborhood?  What trends are they seeing, and how well are public, non-profit and police working together to address the needs?  And what are gaps that aren’t being attended to?  This month’s membership meeting will address health and safety issues in the neighborhood and steps needed to do better.  
To see the agenda and meeting minutes click to 

Proposed Agenda
7:00 Introductions and Agenda Review
7:05 Speakers:  
  – Rene Murry, volunteer leader
       Greenwood Aurora Involved Neighbors
  – Joan CaldonClub Executive Director,
       North Seattle Boys & Girls Club 
  – Marty Hartman, Executive Director
       Mary’s Place
7:45 Open Discussion
        What social service needs are you seeing
        in the neighborhood?
8:15 Update on Community Council Activities
         – Land use, transportation, outreach/website,
           safety/health committees
8:30 Adjourn
Meeting Notes (By Rick Klingele)

2015 June 16

— Greenwood Community Council Meeting @ Greenwood Library (8016 Greenwood Ave N).

— Meeting began – ended:  ~7:05 – ~8:45.

— ~18 people attended, including speakers.

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