In 2017, City Fruit hopes to expand the annual harvest effort to Queen Anne and Magnolia neighborhoods! But, we need your help!
We are looking for neighborhood residents, tree owners, businesses, community organizations, and others interested in the annual harvest to serve on an Advisory Committee. This committee will help develop ideas for registering new tree owners, engaging the community, and raising funds to support the harvest. We are also interested in expanding our Orchard Stewardship to the area and have begun to identify fruit trees on public land.
If you are interested in joining the Advisory Committee, email City Fruit’s executive director, Kate Morrison, at firstname.lastname@example.org. The time commitment will be minimal: we are looking for your ideas and connections in Queen Anne and Magnolia neighborhoods.
To kick-off this work, the committee will meet once in January at a local coffee shop or gathering place.
Do you have an idea for a small-scale improvement in a park or street in your neighborhood?
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Notice of November 15, 2016 Annual Meeting Election of Members to the Board of Trustees.
Magnolia United Church of Christ Fundraiser Dinner
Notice of Meetings of the Members of the Magnolia Community Council for Nomination and Election of Members of the Board of Trustees.
Community Center Strategic Plan Public Hearing Press Release 9-22-16
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Special Meeting – August 15th 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm United Church of Christ, Magnolia