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Events & Activities


5/21 How to Be an Ally to Immigrants and Refugees: Panel and Q&A

6/2 Phinney Farmers Market Opening

6/2 PNA Member Tea, Treats and Orientation

6/3 PhinneyWood Garage Sale Day

6/3 Pride Rainbow Hop


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2017 Events Calendar (pdf) »

 
Upcoming Classes

 

5/21 Earthquake Home Retrofit

6/9 Infant/Child CPR

6/10 CPR/First Aid/HIV Certification

6/10 Babysitter Training

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The Phinney Neighborhood Association builds, engages and supports our diverse community through programs, services and activities that connect neighbors and foster civic engagement.

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Featured Events

How to Be an Ally to Immigrants and Refugees: Panel and Q&A

Sunday, May 21. 2-4 pm.
Phinney Center. Free.

 

Many of us feel an urgency to do “something” to support our neighbors, friends, and family who are immigrants or refugees. But we don’t know what to do.

 

Come learn from a panel including immigration lawyer Stefania Ramos, immigrants and refugees, and advocates from organizations including Refugee Women's Alliance (ReWA).

Phinney Center Gallery
Northwest Fine Arts Competition

May 9-June 10

PC Blue Building. Free.

 

See the work of Pacific Northwest painters, sculptors, photographers and mixed media artists selected by jurors Lynn Schirmer, Kate Protage and Chris Sheridan. Sandi Bransford was selected as the Jurors’ Choice artist. Stop by and Vote for the People’s Choice award.


Morning Song | Chloris by Sandi Bransford

PC=Phinney Center | GSC=Greenwood Senior Center

 

News / Announcements

BIG Thanks!

 

Our fabulous community supported our elders on May 10 through our PNA Village program by surpassing our $10k GiveBIGgoal! Including employee matches, GiveBIG raised $11,404! THANK YOU!

Thank you

Stellar Success!

 

We're over the moon! Thanks to your support, the Starry Night Auction on May 6 raised an astronomical $116,090! 

A special thanks to major sponsors A-1 Piano, Puget Sound Energy and Woodland Park Zoo, plus additional sponsors: Coldwell Banker Bain-Jamie Flaxman Real Estate, Jan Gray & Kerry Fowler, Ron & Robyn Lewis, Pacific Continental Bank, HomeStreet Bank and Print Time.


May newsletter

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Free notary services for immigration services


The PNA is now offering free notary services for immigrant families who are filling out paperwork to establish dual citizenship for children, or who need to create a Temporary Parental Consent Agreement in case parents are taken into custody by immigration enforcement.

 

This service is available Mon-Fri, from 9 am-9 pm. There is no appointment necessary, just walk in. We will never ask about immigration or citizenship status.

 

(Aside from this free notary service for immigration issues, notary services are always free for PNA members; non-members pay $3 per stamp.)

More "Glad you're our neighbor" yard signs available!

 

Due to popular demand, we've ordered 50 more yard signs that say “No matter where you are from, we’re glad you’re our neighbor” in English, Spanish, and Arabic. Order yours here »
($10 suggested donation.)

The Spring Review is here


Watch your mail if you're a member or live in the neighborhood, or read it online here.

PNA IN THE NEWS

 

Eric's Heros: This One's for the 'Fixers' | KOMO News

 

Depression Is Not A Normal Part Of Aging | KUOW

 

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PNA Strategic Framework 2016-2018

 

2015 PNA Annual Report

 

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La Asociación del Vecindario de Phinney (PNA por sus iniciales en inglés) es una organización comunitaria sin fines de lucro fundada en 1980 con la misión de promover comunidad y sociedad.  PNA provee y promueve programas, servicios y actividades con la intención de facilitar el contacto entre vecinos y fomentar involucramiento cívico en nuestra diversa comunidad.

 

El edificio principal del PNA, es una escuela restaurada, que se ha enfocado al desarrollo del vecindario de Phinney/Greenwood.  En este centro comunitario se ofrecen una variedad de programas y actividades abiertas a cualquiera en la región de Puget Sound.

 

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