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Pinehurst Playground Shelterhouse Renovation

NEIGHBORHOOD MATCHING FUND PROJECT INFORMATION
12029 14th Ave NE, Seattle WA 98125
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PROJECT STATUS

PUBLIC MEETINGS:

Watch this space for upcoming meeting information.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Emily Lofstedt
Seattle Parks and Recreation
800 Maynard Ave S, Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98134
206-684-7047
emily.lofstedt@seattle.gov

Shelterhouse Opening Festivities

Shelterhouse Opening Festivities

Shelterhouse Opening Festivities

Shelterhouse Opening Festivities

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December 2011
The renovation work in the interior of the Shelter House is complete. Finishes are being put on the Shelterhouse and will soon be available for rent.

The Opening of the Shelterhouse to showcase the renovations was July 16th at the annual Pinehurstfest. Parks, the Department of Neighborhoods and the Friends of the Pinehurst Shelterhouse spoke at the Opening. Support to complete this project was made by the Department of Neighborhoods Matching Fund, Meadowbrook Community Center, Pinehurst Community Council, King County, Norcliffe Foundation, Seattle Foundation and private donations.

The Shelterhouse will be used for Pinehurst Community Council meetings, for Meadowbrook Community Center youth programs and will be available for rent.


LOCATION 12029 14th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98125
BUDGET $39,600 Neighborhood Matching Fund
$65,100 Community Match
SCHEDULE Planning: Late 2007
Design: 2008 - 2010
Construction: Fall/Winter 2010

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The Friends of Pinehurst Shelter House group applied for and was awarded a Large Project Matching fund from the Department of Neighborhoods in 2007. The community is working with the Parks Department and an Architect to provide physical improvements to the interior and exterior of the shelter house on Pinehurst Playfield.


COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION

Please contact the Friends of Pinehurst Shelterhouse for further information about the project or to get involved:

Friends of Pinehurst Shelterhouse:
Lorna Mrachek
206-366-8338
lamrachek@msn.com
http://www.pinehurstseattle.org/pinehurst-playfield-shelterhouse/


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