You are invited!Dear Lake City neighbors and community leaders,Seattle Housing Authority is in partnership with the North Seattle Family Center, and the Lions Club in organizing a 2013 celebration honoring all Fathers, Parents and Caregivers. Last year, we had over 150 people attended. We hope you could join us this year! At this event, we will have free BBQ, family photo booth (thanks to Kapchur.US Photography), lots of children’s activities, bubble man, and valuable community resource tables available. For more information, please see attached flyer.Please come join us and bring your friends and families.We also in needs of volunteers! To make this event a successful one, we really depend on our wonderful volunteers. If you + your friend/family are available to help even for couple hours, please contact Lisa Uemoto at 206-295-8942, or email@example.comWe hope to see you this Saturday, 6/15/2013 from 12pm to 3pm at Lake City Court – 12536 33rd Ave NE
Thursday, June 13, 2013
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Monday, June 10, 2013
|Director Lynn Shelton looks through the viewfinder during filming Monday on 19th Avenue NE in the Olympic Hills neighborhood. (Joshua Trujillo, seattlepi.com, used with permission)|
The Olympic Hills neighborhood got to play a starring role in a Seattle-based movie on Monday.
A crew shooting scenes for the film "Laggies" took over 19th Avenue NE near NE 137th Street, just blocks from Olympic Hills Elementary School. The crew worked for most of the day in an area secured by Seattle Police officers during the filming.
The film, "Laggies," is a dark comedy about a woman, stuck in permanent adolescence, who lies to her fiancé about going on a retreat. She spends the time instead hanging out with friends.
In recent days the crew has been spotted filming at Shorecrest High School in Shoreline, and at Ballard's Olympic Manor. It was also reported that they were recently filming on the decommissioned ferry Skansonia on Lake Union.
The filming on Monday included an action scene where a car crashed into a row of mailboxes on the street. A camera was seen mounted inside an older model Ford station wagon used in the scene.
Neighbors came out to see the filming but were politely asked to keep their distance as the crew buzzed around the set. Many others wandered over, wondering what was happening in the usually quiet neighborhood.
The movie is directed by accomplished actress, director and writer Lynn Shelton (Humpday, Your Sister's Sister).
|A car is prepped for a shot where it crashes into a row of mailboxes. (Joshua Trujillo, seattlepi.com, used with permission)|
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