Collection for domestic violence survivors and more community news

Collection for domestic violence survivors and more community news

4Culture office hours next week

The King County Cultural Funding Agency and 4Culture staff will be holding office hours from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 16 at the Black Diamond Museum & Historical Society.

If you are interested in applying for a grant or have questions or ideas, feel free to stop by.

This event is free and no registration is required.

For more information, email hello@4Culture.org.

Collection for domestic violence survivors

Maple Valley Allstate agent Francesca Moceri will be collecting donations from now until Oct. 14 for domestic violence survivors.

Community members are welcome to stop by her location at 23878 SE Kent Kangley Road in Maple Valley to drop off donations.

Those items could include new pillows, sheets, towels and new/unused toiletries. For a full list of requested donations, visit http://files.constantcontact.com/f4730b9b001/3b68ecd6-35f7-4598-a513-9bfbf10a9962.pdf.

Spooktacular House of Lights now open

Free drive by viewings run daily from dusk until 11:30 p.m. now through Nov. 1 at Crest Air Park, 30211 176th Ave. SE in Covington.

Canned food donations are accepted and benefit the Black Diamond Senior Center and Food Bank.

For more information check them out on Facebook at Spooktacular Halloween House.

Let’s Talk… resource event next week

The #live4garrett Suicide Prevention Project is hosting a Let’s Talk… Depression, Anxiety and Suicide event beginning at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 15 at the Tahoma High School Performing Arts Center.

On hand will be providers in the community that can help now, attendees will learn the signs of behavioral and mental health problems, resources to take home will be available and you will get the chance to meet others in the community who are also struggling.

If you have questions about the event, contact Laurie Sypole at 206-795-4665 or Carrie Erickson at 206-240-0212.


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