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June 1, 6-8pm, The Summit (420 E Pike)
Join public officials, civic leaders, and your neighbors in a community conversation about the various ways that we can support each other during these trying political times.
June 4, 10-1:30pm, Cal Anderson Park
Every Spring the Chamber partners with Seattle Pridefest to organize Clean Sweep, a Pride Month kick-off event that draws 300-400 volunteers from around the neighborhood.
June 4, 2-5pm, Cal Anderson Park Shelter House
The Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce is partnering with local services providers to offer free haircuts, health care, discounted transit passes and care packages to the community after the Clean Sweep event in Cal Anderson Park.
June 15, 5-8pm, Aluel Cellars
Mix and mingle with fellow members, learn more about how the Chamber supports vibrant, welcoming neighborhood, and to get to know a recent addition to the Capitol Hill business community!
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Love is ActionJune 1, 6-8PMThe Summit (420 E Pike)Join public officials, civic leaders, and your neighbors in a community conversation about the various ways that we can come together in relationship and action to promote a better place of sanctuary, safety, and support for all.
This is the second in a 2-part series, we will address the question "What is Action?".
Keynote Speaker:Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal
Special guests:Elaine Rose - Planned Parenthood Votes NWRich Stoltz - OneAmericaSasha Pollack - Washington Environmental CouncilFred Swanson - Gay CityHosted by the Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce, Capitol Hill Community Council and First Covenant Church. Light refreshments will be provided.
Capitol Hill Clean SweepCal Anderson Park (Shelter House Area)Every Spring the Chamber partners with Seattle Pridefest to organize Clean Sweep, a Pride Month kick-off event that draws 300-400 volunteers from around the neighborhood.Volunteers meet at Cal Anderson park at 10am for coffee and pastries generously donated by our local Starbucks on Olive Way. We'll provide all of the cleaning supplies you'll need, a stylish t-shirt, and treat you to music and a free lunch on the lawn provided by Sizzle Pie, Nuflours Bakery, and other local establishments.
PUT TOGETHER A TEAM! Teams are generally 6-10 people. Companies and non-profits are encouraged to put a team together and to wear your own t-shirts to promote your contribution. Or wear ours. Or wear both!
We would like to highlight our generous Sponsors whose contributions help make Clean Sweep happen:Beautification Buff Level Litter Whiz Level
Street Sweeper Level
In-Kind Community Sponsors
Community Care Day
June 4, 2-5PM
Cal Anderson Park (Shelterhouse Area)The Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce is partnering with local services providers to offer free haircuts, health care, discounted transit passes and care packages to the community after the Clean Sweep event in Cal Anderson Park.
A team of professional stylists and barbers will take over the park shelter house to give free hair cuts, basic stylings, and shampoos to anyone that stops by. Income-qualified transit riders can enroll in Orca Lift, a discounted transit pass program.
Community members will have access to low-level medical services and information from Country Doctor and a team of medical professionals. Care packages assembled by Swedish Medical Center, Lifelong Aids Alliance, Kaiser Permanente, Dental Shoppe and other local services providers will be available.
You can help make Community Care Day a success! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to make a donation, volunteer services or help promote the event to community members in need. We want to thank our generous Community Care Day Sponsor, Sound Mental Health, volunteer services providers, and care package contributors:
Learn about the Capitol Hill BIA Expansion!
A new BIA will help us shape, guide and advocate for Capitol Hill and preserve the diversity and unique nature of our neighborhood. It will also help us get big things done and manage the things that are important to our community. A BIA will generate funds to help new businesses fill empty storefronts, market the neighborhood, provide more street cleaning, increase public safety efforts, graffiti removal, and provide programming in places like Cal Anderson Park.
The Capitol Hill BIA will be funded through assessments on property owners located within its boundaries (Broadway, Pike-Pine, 12th Ave. E., 15th Ave. E., 19th Ave. E., Melrose, and Olive & Denny). Read more about the proposed BIA expansion at capitolhill2020.org
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