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Reminders: Join the volunteer workparty at Big Finn Hill on Monday & FHNA annual members’ meeting on Wednesday

Dear Finn Hill Neighbor: Here are two reminders about upcoming events: Monday, January 15 – Martin Luther King Day tree planting: Get outside and make the world better by planting some trees in Big Finn Hill Park! King County is organizing a work party that will meet at the Big Finn Hill playground at 10am....

Finn Hill Neighborhood Plan: Council action on Tuesday, January 16 – Please show your support!

  Dear Finn Hill neighbors, The next few days will be busy ones – a work party in Big Finn Hill Park on Martin Luther King Day, a City Council meeting on Tuesday, and our annual members’ meeting on Wednesday. We’ll send out a note tomorrow concerning the work party and the annual members meeting, but...

Annual Report 2016

Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance (November 2015- November 2016) Cohesive Community Connected by Woodlands & Waterways Committed to Neighborhood Stewardship “The mission of the Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance is to coordinate our active community of residents and regional partners to preserve,...

Billy Goat Trail/Green Loop Donations

We put out a call to the neighborhood during Giving Tuesday last month for contributions to help us fund open space acquisitions for the Billy Goat Trail and for the Green Loop around Finn Hill. A big THANK YOU to all of you who responded so generously online and by mail. At last count, we’ve received over...

Welcome to 2018! Here are some activities coming up soon

Dear Finn Hill neighbors and friends, Happy New Year! As we start our first weekend in 2018, the Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance invites you to participate in some important activities and meetings during the week of January 15. And we’d also like to thank those of you who responded so generously to our...

Build a Forest – Plant Trees at Big Finn Hill on Jan 15 MLK day 10-2pm

Why your Volunteer Service is Important Forests need to have diversity in order to be healthy and thrive. When forests are thriving, they can they can provide many benefits to our community like filtering pollution, mitigating erosion and storm damage and providing habitat for wildlife and green spaces...

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