April 6, 2013
10:00 am – 2:30 pm
Beach High School

Connect and imagine the possibilities for building stronger neighborhood partnerships

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Dear Rainier Beach Stakeholder,

Rainier Beach Moving Forward (RBMF) a neighborhood-based organization lead by neighborhood residents is dedicated to implementing the updated Rainier Beach 2014 Neighborhood Plan (RB 2014).

We are inviting you to join in the exciting discussion around strengthening the relationships within the Rainier Beach neighborhood. We are all aware on some level, of the great works and  shared passions amongst the local residents, organizations, learning institutions and business community in Rainier Beach. This Neighborhood Summit is intended to bring all persons invested in the growth and sustainability of Rainier Beach together, highlighting our like causes, in order to create connections and working linkages through projects, initiatives and programming called out in RB 2014.

After months of outreach, neighborhood meetings, input and feedback RB 2014 includes the hopes and desires of many residents and others who work, play, worship and shop in Rainier Beach. RB 2014 has been reorganized by RBMF in the following manner:

A Place for Everyone – Business, Economic Development, Transit and Housing initiatives

A Beautiful Safe PlaceArts and Public Safety initiatives

Life Long Learning – Academics, Education Support and Advocacy initiatives

A Growing Food to Develop Healthy Industry –Healthy Food and Environmental Justice initiatives

Join us in continuing moving Rainier Beach forward. Explore what it means to be connected and effectively networked. Let’s move together towards a sustainable and unified future

RSVP By April 3, 2013 8pm
regarding your attendance, guests, need for child care, translation,
handicap accommodations, questions or concerns.

Email: Rainierbeachmovingforward@gmail.com

Phone: 206-434-9469

Rainier Beach Moving Forward Steering Committee:

Christie Coxley, Gregory Davis, Susan Davis, Vallarie Fischer, Harry Hoffman, Mohamed Sheik Hassan,
Peter Masundire, Rebecca Saldanas, David Sauvion, Tre West