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President’s Message

Happy Spring to My Fellow Leschi Dwellers,

We had a snippet of sunshine to lull us into thinking Spring was here. The trees are still blossoming though and as we march into May, I hope our sunshine reappears.

This month we are excited to have our annual Leschi Stars awards at our monthly meeting on May 1. We have a great roster of quiet heroes of our community. I urge you to attend this meeting.

We will also be having a presentation from a community member about home safety, a topic that is quite timely given a brazen day time attempt to force entry into a local resident’s home.

Each month, we will be also including emergency preparedness safety messages in the newsletter, so please pay attention. This fall one of the meetings will feature Leschi resident, Esther Howard, demonstrating some personal safety move. Esther is a martial arts master and we will be excited to have her join us.

The Leschi Art walk will be coming again in September. If you know of artists who may be interested, please contact us with their names and we will reach out to them. Also, if anyone would like to volunteer, we are always looking for willing workers to share the load. We meet to plan on the second Thursday of each month at 3:30 at BluWater Bistro. The art show will be September 14 11am–4pm. Children’s activities are planned for the park.

As we go forth, please be kind to each other and to yourselves. We are a precious jewel in the Seattle area and we just keep shining brighter and brighter as the years march on. Happy tulips, daffodils and flowering tree blossoms to you all.

~Warm regards,

Janice Merrill Brown, LCC President

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