Our Mother passed away peacefully in the early morning of Tuesday, June 29, 2021.
Dee was a beautiful and loyal friend to so many. She was so talented.
Dee was born in Seattle, WA to E.W. George and Mary Ellen Evans. She was the oldest of two children.
She was raised in West Seattle, attended Van Asselt Elementary School, Holy Rosary Catholic School, and graduated from West Seattle High School in 1955.
information from the Port of Seattle
The Port of Seattle Commission approved a $9 million memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the City of Seattle to join with other federal and local agencies to provide funding for the West Seattle Bridge program. Funding will aid the reopening of the West Seattle Bridge in mid-2022 and improving the Spokane Street Swing Bridge, as well. This partnership, formalized in this MOU, will ensure good access to the Port’s cargo terminals, promote freight mobility in the harbor, and relieve the traffic impacts on West Seattle and Duwamish Valley neighborhoods.
Editors Note: That means that so far $46.7 million has been secured of the total $175 million needed to effect repairs on both the high rise and lower West Seattle Bridge.
information from the White Center Library Guild
The White Center Library Guild is having a Book & Sidewalk sale this coming Saturday, Oct. 2nd from 10 AM to 3 PM at the White Center Library located at 1409 SW 107th St. in White Center just east of 16th Ave. S.W.
Stop by the Library for a fast look at books and other items to restart needed funding for our White Center Library programs for children and adults over the next year.
Guild members will be on hand to sell various items collected during the co-vid shut down.
Be masked and come by for some good bargains.
Join our Guild, too! If you have yet to visit the Library it is a beautiful welcoming place with books, computers, a children’s play area and a friendly staff. Great place for children of all ages to go after school. COVID protocols are in place.
Mac's Triangle Pub was packed on Monday Sept. 27 with local White Center merchants and residents with two things on their mind. The spate of recent fires and the seemingly out of control crime in the area.
There to respond to their questions were Senior Deputy Bill Kennamer of the King County Sheriff's office and lead fire investigator for the King County Sheriff's office, Steven Crown and later in the meeting John Taylor Director of King County Local Services, his associate David Daw, External Relations Manager for that department and Henry Liu, Community Outreach Coordinator for the Seattle Police Department.
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