Thursday, January 29, 2009
This needs to be done in advance of the opening of the light rail later this year. Many attendees expressed their opinions and will let their friends and neighbors know that they can still give their input online until February 6.
Go to their website by clicking on this link and let them know what you think!
Wednesday, January 28, 2009
They will be held at the KidsQuest Museum in Factoria Mall through mid-February, then at the library itself after that.
Come join the fun. Hear stories, sing songs and participate in activities. And, as always, it's free!
Click on the image to see more information, or click here for directions.
The year of the Ox is just what’s needed to clean up the mess and clutter left by the Rat. The Ox is not as he appears and should not be underestimated or considered slow or unaware. The Ox is the quintessential hardworking, cleaner-upper who will put everything back in order and turn chaos back into reason. Thank goodness!
There is no room for anyone looking for a free ride during an Ox year. Hard work pays off, not laziness. It’s a year to get papers in order and your life back on track, and to do whatever it takes to budget and plan for your financial future, lessening the stress and securing your position.
Monday, January 19, 2009
Especially now, in these uncertain economic times, you want to be sure your gifts are being well spent. And this is one tool you can use to help.
Please check it out. And remember, if you have any questions at all about our programs, our business practices, or anything else, we welcome your inquiry and will do our best to provide you with the information you need to make informed decisions. Just contact Alaric Bien, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.624.5633 x 4101 - any time!
Monday, January 12, 2009
Topics covered included calling 911, emergency preparedness and home security, and neighborhood nuisance concerns. CISC crime victim advocate, Alan Lai was there - as well as some CISC staff who live in the area and wanted to learn more.
Sunday, January 11, 2009
Kirby Wong, son of long time CISC supporter Ed Wong, needed 544 units of blood following heart surgery when he was just 44. Because the blood was mostly from people of European descent, his body developed complications which prevented him from receiving a life saving heart transplant.
Nine years later, Ed carries on his son's wishes to hold regular blood drives in the Seattle API community. YOU can save a life by giving blood on Saturday, February 28.
It takes less than an hour, it's easy to do, and nearly painless. Really! You may never know whose life you saved, but you will know you are saving lives.
Please call 206.721.3630 x 126 to set up an appointment right now. Or e-mail email@example.com - don't wait!
Thursday, January 08, 2009
According to exit polling result just released by the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund and reported by APIA Vote, Asian Americans did get out and vote in the last election and made a showing of growing political clout.
In the survey, nearly 1/3 of Asian American voters were voting for the first time. Four out of 5 were foreign born citizens. One out of 3 had limited English proficiency. And Asian Americans interviewed shared common political interests across sub-ethnic lines.
Thanks for all our partners for their efforts to mobilize our community and make a difference! CISC continues to work on voter education and helping individuals become citizens so they can make their voices heard.
Wednesday, January 07, 2009
The Multilingual Access Project has a website providing information 9 languages: Chinese, Korean, Amharic, Russian, Khmer, Vietnamese, Tagalog, Somali and Spanish.
A new toll-free phone number was launched today with capacity in 14 different languages! 1-888-847-7205 is the number to call if you or someone you know is in need to specialized services. Or go to www.map-seattle.org for more important information.
Monday, January 05, 2009
And if you miss this one, you can go to the Library Connection @ Crossroads for storytimes in Mandarin and English on Friday nights at 7:00 and 7:45 pm too.