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Why I Volunteer

Last night I drove over to the Seattle Center’s Memorial Stadium to witness the very last cohort of Seattle Public Schools’ high school graduates. I went to celebrate the Franklin High School Class of 2011 and give specific congratulations to … Continue reading

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Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Today was a good day. It was a good day because even in the midst of heartbreaking recent events there are beacons of hope burning bright. I was reminded of this hope a few times throughout the day and for … Continue reading

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Write Like I Do

Hi, I’m writing to let you know about a great series of adult writing classes happening at 826 Seattle starting in March.   Whether you’re interested in memoir, fiction, comics, music, or poetry–we’ve got it all.   The teachers include: … Continue reading

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