Sure, you’ve been following our Meatless Monday suggestions and green tips on social media, and you already added your name to the 2021 WHCA Litter Challenge pledge, but now you need some fresh ideas for how to continue doing your part for Earth Month and beyond. Look no further than our own library! Let’s take a look at some of the books, ebooks, and audiobooks you can access for free with your library card to amp up your Earth Month know-how.
On March 3, a virtual town hall meeting was held for the Skyway-West Hill community which featured King County Councilmembers Girmay Zahilay, Joe McDermott, Jeanne Kohl-Welles, and Rod Dembowski, as well as Patty Hayes, Director of Public Health Seattle-King County (PHSKC).
We asked our neighbors to help make 2020 a little brighter, and you delivered. We’re so grateful to everyone who entered our first holiday lights contest since 2009, and excited to share the official winners.
Like all celebrations this year, our plans for New Year’s Eve are going to look a little different than years past. But that doesn’t mean NYE is canceled! Check out these ways to celebrate the end of this incredibly challenging year – without travelling too far.
Just before 2 a.m. on the morning of Wednesday, December 23, a fire destroyed 24 units of the Greentree Apartments (6900 S 125th St, Seattle, WA 98178). 21 units were occupied. One person was injured, and about 30 people just lost everything they own and the roof over their heads. Our hearts are heavy and our thoughts are with our friends and neighbors right now. Here’s how you can help.
We could all use a little bright spot at the end of such an incredibly difficult and challenging year. Take a virtual (or socially distanced walking or driving) tour around some of the best light displays Skyway-West Hill has to offer with our interactive map!
On Thursday, December 10, West Hill Community Association (WHCA) held its Fall Community Quarterly Meeting (rescheduled from October) via Zoom and Facebook Live. We heard about some big projects in the works, from a new tiny home village and community message boards to planning for recreational and multiservice community centers.
The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) has made it clear that we should limit our Thanksgiving gatherings to only members of our household. So how do Skyway-West Hill neighbors make the most of our celebrations and stay safe this week? Read on!
Our hearts are full of GRATITUDE for all the people and organizations who are working together and working tirelessly in these trying times to make Skyway-West Hill a healthier, stronger, more equitable place. West Hill Community Association (WHCA) is grateful to be part of this resilient community, and we want to take a moment to share some WHCA bright spots from the past year.
This November’s general election has the potential to change the direction of this country for generations to come, however it’s not just a president that you are asked to vote for! Hopefully these resources can help guide you into making a well-informed decision.