Fremont Baptist Church invites the community to come in and celebrate Easter with them. Photo by K. Lindsay Laney, Jan ’12
On the morning of Sunday, April 5th, the Fremont Baptist Church welcomes everyone to gather for a hearty breakfast and a celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
At 9:15a, the public is welcome to join together for Easter Breakfast in the community room in the church basement. There is room, and food, for everyone!
At 10:30a, gather together in the church sanctuary for Easter Service. With beloved hymns and familiar praise songs, join with others of our faith community at Fremont Baptist for the retelling of the glorious story of Easter and Jesus’ resurrection.
The 2015 Fremont Fair, June 19th – 22nd, will feature live music by some great artists. Get tickets now!
Besides music, check out the crafts booths, food vendors, Seattle Art Cars and plenty of awesome activities. Find out more about what is in the offering at FremontFair.org.
Make art happen – help the FAC find a contract fundraiser/development staffer to get much needed donations for the 2015 Solstice Parade. Photo by K. Lindsay Laney, Jun ’11
Until March 31st, the Fremont Arts Council (FAC) is soliciting resumes from anyone interested, and qualified, for a contract position doing fundraising and development for the non-profit organization that produces the world-famous, arts-rich Solstice Parade.
The FAC has a base of financial supporters, known (on a donor database) and unknown, willing and ready to fund the parade. The fundraising goal is $16,000, and the Fremont community, including area businesses, has historically shown financial support for the FAC. The Fundraising & Development Staffer would receive $2,500 plus potential bonuses for securing sponsorships and donations for the Solstice Parade, and for drafting a fundraising/development plan. The Staffer would also be asked to coordinate and train board members and volunteers to assist with targeted fundraising activities, to review and update outreach materials, to prepare Thank You letters and to produce a final report with lessons learned.
The contract position will take time and effort, but it will be instrumental in making the 2015 FAC Solstice Parade happen. If you can do the work, and want to give generously of your time to this arts extravaganza, please submit your resume now to email@example.com
The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods has funds, through its Small Sparks program, for neighborhood-based clean-up events that qualify under the Spring Clean program. The deadline for applications for these matching fund dollars is six-weeks prior to the scheduled community clean-up event.
The Small Sparks Fund provides matching dollars for neighborhood-initiated projects that promote community engagement, like neighborhood-based clean-ups. Community groups can request up to $1,000 to enhance activities with publicity, plants, or special clean-up supplies.
Spring Clean, a clean-up event hosted by the Seattle Public Utilities (SPU), takes place over April and May, through partnerships with the Seattle Department of Parks & Recreation, the Department of Neighborhoods, and the Department of Transportation. Spring Clean provides opportunities for residents to take part in keeping their communities tidy, with bags, gloves, safety vests and more provided by SPU.
For information on the process for applying for a Small Sparks fund grant, visit the Department of Neighborhoods website or call 206/233-0093 – interested applicants must pre-register on the web-based application system. For more information on Spring Clean, contact the hotline at 206/233-7187 or visit the ‘Get Involved’ Spring Clean website.