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Bartell’s southern girl says goodbye

Posted on September 18th, 2017 by Sara

By reporter Steven Smalley One of the mainstays at Bartell Drugs in Magnolia Village is going home after 16 years. Latonia “Toni” Jordan has given her notice and will move in with her cousin closer to her New Orleans roots in Picayune, Mississippi. Magnolia Voice readers are sad to see her go.“Many of us have been saved Read the full article…

Take a Moment – do a survey for Discovery Park

Posted on September 16th, 2017 by Sara

The University of Washington and the Seattle Parks and Recreation Department have partnered on a project to understand how people interact with nature in meaningful ways at Discovery Park.  The missing piece is YOU!  Please take a few moments and share your experience with nature at Discovery Park. Click here to take the survey. Questions? Contact the Read the full article…

Port approves new location of Tent City 5

Posted on September 16th, 2017 by Sara

By reporter Steven Smalley The Port of Seattle announces its affirmative vote to locate Tent City 5, now sited on City of Seattle property behind the Dravus QFC, to Port property at the east end of the Magnolia Bridge. The following is taken from a Port news release: “The Port of Seattle is doing its part to address Read the full article…

Bike the Bluff is today-Still time to join!

Posted on September 14th, 2017 by Sara

Bike the Bluff is not a race — you set your own pace! Walk or ride a 5- or 7-mile loop around Magnolia. All proceeds benefit the Catharine Blaine 5th grade class trip to Islandwood, an environmental science camp on Bainbridge Island. The 26th Annual Bike the Bluff is Saturday, September 16 from 10am-2pm. Meet and Read the full article…

Shop and help our local students at the same time!

Posted on September 12th, 2017 by Sara

Hey Magnolia!   Fill your grocery cart to fulfill a need in your local community! Shop Whole Foods Market Interbay on September 20, 2017 and 5% of the day’s sales benefit Catharine Blaine K-8 School. .

Need a friend? Have a seat

Posted on September 12th, 2017 by Sara

By reporter Steven Smalley Friends are a blessing, although occasionally tough to find, especially if you’re a kid. At Magnolia’s Catharine Blaine K-8 School making new friends just got a little easier with their new Friendship Bench. With the help from the good people at Magnolia Ace Hardware and school volunteers, the Friendship Bench was Read the full article…

SFD lists arson fires in Magnolia

Posted on September 8th, 2017 by Sara

Arson fire similar to these shrubs set afire in June Arson fire at 28th & Tilden By reporter Steven Smalley Between January and September of this year, Seattle Fire Department itemizes 10 arson fires set around the neighborhood, the latest reported by Magnolia Voice at 29th & Tilden. Here is their list: Jan. 9 Recycle Read the full article…

Discovery Park Beach Shuttle and Fall Programs

Posted on September 2nd, 2017 by Sara

Take advantage of the last weekend of the Discovery Park Beach Shuttle.  This FREE bus picks up passengers from the Visitor Center and North Parking Lot beginning at 10:00am on Saturday, Sunday AND Monday of Labor Day weekend. Fall program registration is available now.  Please call 206.386.4237 to register for the ever popular seasonal favorites Read the full article…

Port of Seattle: Tent City under Magnolia Bridge

Posted on September 2nd, 2017 by Sara

By reporter Steven SmalleyA recommendation by the Port of Seattle (POS), in conjunction with the City of Seattle and other community groups, is in process to locate Tent City 5 on Port property adjacent to the eastern side of the Magnolia bridge. Called the “Tsubota Property,” at 1601 15th Avenue West, the proposed encampment would be situated on Read the full article…

NW Girlchoir Auditions

Posted on August 28th, 2017 by Sara

Join Northwest Girlchoir in September! For girls and young women who love to sing, Northwest Girlchoir has openings for new singers entering grades 1-12 to join in the fun this fall. Learn musicianship, vocal technique, and performance skills, all while building lasting friendships in a supportive community. During the span of four decades, Northwest Girlchoir Read the full article…

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