Saturday, July 22, 2017

New Miller Community Center coordinator reaching out

Capitol Hill Times has a a nice article on Delia Flores, the new Coordinator at Miller Community Center. She has many good ideas for the Center, and I encourage you to check-in with her to share your desires for the Center (and maybe to volunteer to serve on the Center's Advisory Council. Delia.Flores@seattle.gov ).

New Miller Community Center coordinator reaching out


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