West Hill Community Association (WHCA) Summer Recap 2017

WHCA’s Skyway Summer Event Recap & Fall Preview

by Devin Chicras

We block partied. We paraded. We played the HECK out of some tabletop games.

And we experienced the best films both in and outdoors, always with fresh organic popcorn in hand.

Some folks underestimate how much fun we have in West Hill, particularly in our vibrant Skyway neighborhood. For those unfortunate folks that might not have paid close attention and missed all the fun, here’s a look back at some of our favorite highlights you can share with ’em.

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WHCA Bowling Alley Takeover - List of Things Not Permitted

List of Things Not Permitted at Monday’s Bowling Alley Takeover

by Devin Chicras

As you know, we’re inviting everyone to hang out with us at Skyway Park Bowl on Monday, March 27th from 6-9pm for some cheap bowling and good times. While this is not only an excellent excuse to meet neighbors, party down and have fun – it’s also the perfect excuse to bring friends and family along to bowl for cheap ($4+tax for shoe rental gets you 3 games free). If you haven’t bowled for awhile, please review the list below for actions that are NOT PERMITTED at the WHCA Bowling Alley Takeover.  Continue Reading 


WHCA Bowling Alley Takeover 2017

WHCA Bowling Alley Takeover 3/27 – Donate Now, Unlock Surprises!

by Devin Chicras

From the good folks that bring you Skyway Outdoor Cinema, West Hill Action Mob and hyperlocal news and info on the reg – comes a… fundraiser.

Ok, that’s not the whole story. What we really wanna do is get everyone down to hang out with us at Skyway Park Bowl on Monday, March 27th from 6-9pm for some cheap bowling and good times with our favorite friends and neighbors (that’s you, btw).  Continue Reading 


West Hill Moments We'll Remember 2015

West Hill Moments We’ll Remember From 2015

by Devin Chicras

From taking on mountains and tackling wetlands restoration to the crazy costumes at Skyway Outdoor Cinema, 2015 was packed with unforgettable moments in West Hill. We look back on a few of our favorites in this round-up:

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West Hill’s Concrete Mountain: Over Three Decades of Suffering Still Not Over for Local Residents

by Brie Ripley (Originally published by the South Seattle Emerald)

A 30-year battle over the operations of an industrial company in West Hill is supposed to come to a court-ordered end on June 1, but despite environmental and health concerns alongside a bevy of complaints from the community and regulatory agencies, its mountain of concrete waste will continue to grow.

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