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Market Manager Opportunity

Market Manager Opportunity

Reminder – last weeks of this season’s market!Friday, September 20 – Craft WalkFriday, September 27 – Last market of the season The Emerson-Garfield Farmers’ Market is looking for a new manager to lead the market into its eighth season in 2020. This is a unique and profoundly rewarding volunteer opportunity for someone — or several someones — to make a lasting impact on multiple fronts: Helping fledgling or small-scale farmers get a vital foothold in the local economy. Providing nonprofits…

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H.O.P.E. and Mosaic Church Community Meeting – May 14, 2019

H.O.P.E. and Mosaic Church Community Meeting – May 14, 2019

H.O.P.E., a ministry of Changing Lives of Spokane, and Mosaic Church needs your help. For the past 3 years they have been providing furniture and support for men and women getting off the streets, women moving here to get away from domestic violence, and refugees and families just down in life. They had a source for that furniture, but it is no longer available. They are holding a community meeting to discuss this issue. Bring your ideas and be ready…

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Spring Cleanup 2018 Recap

Spring Cleanup 2018 Recap

Thanks to everyone who participated in Spring Cleanup 2018! This continues to be one of Emerson-Garfield’s most popular one-day events. This year, more than 200 residents participated from addresses all over the neighborhood.     Here’s the recap from the Spring Cleanup organizer, Karl Boldt: This was our tenth roll-off event. We had great weather all day long, with highs in the mid-70s and mostly sunny skies. The trucks arrived with the containers at 7:10am and had most all in…

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Historic Preservation in Emerson-Garfield

Historic Preservation in Emerson-Garfield

Whenever a historic building is demolished in Emerson-Garfield, our neighborhood loses a unique monument to its past. Forever. That’s why the Emerson-Garfield Neighborhood Council is putting together a standing committee of volunteers that would pursue historic preservation in our own neighborhood. Interested?