News & Announcements

  • December 2019 Newsletter

    December 2019 Newsletter

    The newsletter is here! Find out what events and classes are happening at the Phinney Center and Greenwood Senior Center, and what's going on with PNA programs- and how you can get involved....

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  • Stranger Beers breaks the record

    Stranger Beers breaks the record

    The 32nd Annual PNA Winter Beer Taste was a sell-out success! 997 friends helped us raise a record-breaking $35,177 for PNA's programs and services for seniors, kids, and community! Find out the people's choice winners and see pics from the event... ...

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  • Giving Trees: Share Some Holiday Cheer

    Giving Trees: Share Some Holiday Cheer

    Bring joy to neighbors in need by participating in our annual Giving Tree, from mid-November through mid-December. It’s easy! Pick up a gift tag (or two) at the Phinney Center, Greenwood Senior Center, Whittier Kids, HomeStreet Bank (Phinney & Crown Hill), Umpqua Bank (Phinney), Nutty Squirrel Gelato, Three Wishes, or at our Winter Festival, then purchase the gift ($20-30) and return it to the location you picked up the tag by the due date on the tag. ...

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  • The winter Review is out!

    The winter Review is out!

    If you're a Phinney-Greenwood resident or a PNA member, you should have received your copy of The Review. If you're not, you can read it online or pick it up at the Phinney Center, the Greenwood Senior Center or these libraries: Greenwood, Ballard, Green Lake, and Broadview. Find out what fun and educational stuff is going on in the next few months at the Phinney Center and Greenwood Senior Center. Plus, meet two businesses connected to the community, meet PNA's new director, get tips for winter night safety, learn about a new program for kids and seniors, and read how local authors are inspired by our fair city. ...

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  • How Seattle Inspires Holiday Bookfest Authors

    How Seattle Inspires Holiday Bookfest Authors

    “She rushes down the dark street, past the glittering bookstores and coffee shops, past the Space Needle with its weird alien suggestions, past the stutter and stammer of rush hour…” In that line from Anna Quinn’s novel The Night Child, Nora’s view of Seattle reveals her mental state. The colorful imagery also shows how the Pacific Northwest influences area authors. Some of the celebrated Northwest authors who will appear and sign books at the 10th annual Holiday Bookfest on Nov. 23 offer insights into that inspiration....

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  • Welcome to our new Executive Director

    Welcome to our new Executive Director

    How do you replace an Executive Director (ED) like Lee Harper? Slowly, collaboratively, and deliberately! Hiring a new ED is the Board’s most important responsibility. After a careful process lasting several months, the Board hired Dar'Nesha Weary. Learn about the process and meet Dar'Nesha. ...

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  • November 2019 Newsletter

    November 2019 Newsletter

    The newsletter is here! Find out what events and classes are happening at the Phinney Center and Greenwood Senior Center, and what's going on with PNA programs- and how you can get involved....

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  • The ‘Power of Community’ a success for senior programs

    The ‘Power of Community’ a success for senior programs

    Nurturing curiosity. Asking “What If?” And an unwavering passion for innovative, community-based programming. On Thursday, October 3,  Lee Harper, our outgoing Executive Director, reminded us why the Greenwood Senior Center and the PNA Village are so special. ...

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  • October 2019 Newsletter

    October 2019 Newsletter

    The newsletter is here! Find out what events and classes are happening at the Phinney Center and Greenwood Senior Center, and what's going on with PNA programs- and how you can get involved....

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  • Free meals are just a part of the picture

    Free meals are just a part of the picture

    One Tuesday evening, the Phinney Neighborhood Association (PNA) Hot Meal Program prepared fresh blueberries from St. John United Lutheran’s community garden, bbq chicken, and baked potatoes. Seven volunteers and the PNA Program Coordinator served this dinner to 60 low-income neighbors, but food was the least of what was offered. The Hot Meal Program provides far more than a fresh-cooked meal—it nourishes the community with health and wellness support and works to foster a sense of connection between all members of the neighborhood... ...

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