Membership renewal

Time to renew your HLCC membership. Online renewal available here.

http://hallerlake.info/membership/

 

Dear Haller Lake Community Member,

The 2013/2014 fiscal year is upon us and it is time to renew.

The purpose of the Haller Lake Community Club is to operate for the benefit and improvement of the community.  We do this by organizing community events that encourage socialization amongst fellow neighbors and we offer a forum to discuss issues that affect our area.  We are here to advocate on behalf of the community in an effort to protect its interests.  The Haller Lake Community Club functions as our neighborhood community council and as such represents the entire area from Northgate Way to North 145th and from 15th NE to Aurora Avenue North. We are a member of the Seattle Community Council Federation as well as the Northwest District Council, and as such are represented on the City Neighborhood Council. 

 HLCC exists because of dedicated volunteers and paid memberships. Your membership dues help support the activities of HLCC as well as entitling you to:

·      HLCC newsletter, Splashes, mailed to your home or sent via email, 9 issues annually
·      Access to member-only events, such as the Annual Spring Cleaning Day
·      Member pricing on selected events
·      Email notification of special events, activities, and community issues
·      Eligible to be a voting member of a dedicated community group
·      Have a voice in community action

There are three different memberships to choose from:

Individual – $15.00

Household – $20.00

Business – $50.00 *With a Business Membership, your Company will be added to the Local Businesses section of the Haller Lake Community Club website.*

We have attached a renewal form with information on where to mail your membership payment OR you can bring it with you to our next meeting on Thursday, September 5 at 7:00pm.  We will also be including a return envelope in the first issue of SPLASHES.

You can also visit the following link to renew online, http://hallerlake.info/membership/

Help us get the word out:

We invite you to forward this email on to anyone you feel has an interest in what goes on in our Haller Lake Community.
Thank you
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Splashes June 2013

Splashes June 2013 available here!

http://hallerlake.info/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/June1_Splashes1.pdf

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April update

Click the image to read the whole “From the desk of the president” for April.

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Join now and your membership will extend through august 2014!

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NEXTDOOR

Our neighborhood is just starting to use a private online network called Nextdoor Haller Lake, and we think you’ll benefit from joining us. On our Nextdoor site, neighbors share community events, recommendations, items for sale/free, crime/safety concerns, ideas about how to make our neighborhood better, and more. Currently, the boundaries of the Haller Lake neighborhood exclude the area east of I-5, but we can expand it. Only members who are verified to live in the defined neighborhood are allowed to view the page or post anything to prevent spam, etc. The easiest way to be verified is to use your phone number (Nextdoor looks up the number associated with your address, calls it and gives you a code), but there are other ways described on the web page. Please join us to help build a better neighborhood!

 

To log in or create an account: https://hallerlake.nextdoor.com

 

For more information, see: https://hallerlake.nextdoor.com/about_us/

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Notes from Seattle Office of Emergency Management Community Preparedness Planner

I want to thank you for inviting me to come and speak with your
community last night! I ended up not leaving until after 9pm.

It is so difficult to cover personal and community Hubs in 10 (ish) minutes.
Also, as some of your members saw last night, I am a” list” person. So
here is a list of first steps to help get started.

1)Identify at least 5 people who are interested in becoming a Hub

2) Identify a meeting place (make sure the space you identify is aware
and agrees to work with you)-pretty built in for y’all.

3) Identify needs of the community

4) Identify community resources and skills

5) Connect with OEM (our office)

6) Connect with a Hub mentor

How your Hub looks will be up to you. Broadview is a little different
than Ballard which is different that Magnolia/ Queen Anne/Interbay
(MIQA) which is a little different than Rainier Beach, etc.

Some have focused on neighborhood preparedness: host training, being
at community events, door-to-door, etc.

Other have focused on Communication: host trainings, work with ACS,
establish runners, utilize community bulletin doors, etc.

And others have focused on First Aid: hosting trainings so as much of
the community can take action.

And so on and so on.

Also, many have utilized the department of Neighborhood Small Sparks
Funding Awards to get started and late applied for larger awards to
build momentum, create opportunities for engagement and expand their
training.

As always, I am available to answer questions, meet with the initial
group and connect you to a Hub mentor.

Thank you for the opportunity to connect. I hope to work with you all
again soon.

Please feel free to share this with any of the interested parties.

Tracy Connelly

Community Preparedness Planner

Seattle Office of Emergency Management

206-615-0287

tracy.connelly@seattle.gov

www.seattle.gov/emergency
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Aurora Avenue North RapidRide Improvements

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Web site has been renewed!

Check our renewed website and tell us what you think. Comments/bug reports on Facebook wall would be appreciated! Thanks! https://www.facebook.com/pages/Haller-Lake-Community-Club/107415365952347

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