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A Neighborhood in Seattle, Washington

1990 – 2020: 100 Years Championing Our Neighbors!

 


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The Laurelhurst Community Club Board of Trustees meets the second Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m.

The next board meetings are:

September 14, October 12, November 9, December 14, 2020
(6:30 p.m., via Zoom or Laurelhurst Community Center fireside room, pending Covid-19 orders)

LCC Job Postings

Communications SpecialistIndependent Contractor

Website DesignerIndependent Contractor



Click here for updates on Seattle Children's Phase 3 plans.

Click here for updates on recent Talaris property developments.

 

Volunteers Needed to Plan and Organize LCC’s 100th Birthday Celebration!

Since 1920, LCC volunteers have been working to address community concerns and promote solutions that have made Laurelhurst the caring, safe, and livable neighborhood it is today. What ideas do you have to acknowledge and celebrate these 100 years of neighborhood improvements and milestones of change? Please contact Jeannie Hale (206-525-5135, jeannie.hale@outlook.com) or Colleen McAleer
(206-525-0219 or billandlin@aol.com) to join the planning committee. Due to COVID-19, celebrations will not take place until later in 2021.

 

 

Statement of Support for Black Lives Matter
Laurelhurst Community Club's mission is to foster a welcoming and inclusive community, and LCC acts on the principles that everyone is created equal and deserves our respect. LCC's policies of non-discrimination have long been imbedded in its bylaws. The senseless and cruel deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and many more have brought to light the long-standing racial biases in our society and its criminal justice system, and LCC calls upon those in leadership at all levels of government to create an unbiased justice system for all. The Board of Trustees of LCC supports the efforts of the Black Lives Matter movement to end racism through its peaceful protests, which are an essential part of our democracy. It is the responsibility of police to respect and protect them.

 

Click here to learn about the LCC Foundation and make your tax-deductible donation today. 

 

Pay 2020 annual dues online with this secure form. Click and Pledge

 

As always, thank you for your continued support and commitment to our neighborhood.

Subscribe to the Laurelhurst Private Security Patrol for 2020. Click and Pledge

 

Boundaries cover the entire neighborhood area south of Sand Point Wayfrom Mary Gates Way to NE 55th Street. Our plan currently provides coverage up to five days/nights a week. (View map PDF). For more information contact crimeprevention@laurelhurstcc.com.

 

 

 

 

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Coronavirus COVID-19

Washington State Department of Health Hotline for King County: 206-477-3977

Website: https://www.doh.wa.gov/Emergencies/Coronavirus

King County Department of Health: www.kingcounty.gov/covid

Laurelhurst Blog
(The Blog is separate from LCC.)

News, events, issues, restaurants,

businesses and lots more. Tip, story idea, pictures? Know or see something interesting in the neighborhood? Email
laurelhurstblogger@gmail.com.

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This site is sponsored by the Laurelhurst Community Club, serving the Laurelhurst community since 1920.

Laurelhurst Community Club    PMB #373  4616 25th Avenue NE   Seattle, WA 98105