Echo Lake Neighborhood held a work party and picnic in Echo Lake Park

Monday, July 22, 2019

Volunteers in Echo Lake Park
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

The Echo Lake Neighborhood Association held its annual work party and picnic in Echo Lake Park on Tuesday, July 16, 2019.

The weather was perfect for the many volunteers who came to weed the flower beds and spread new mulch.

Over 80 ELNA residents and guests had
dinner in the park
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

After the work party there was a picnic where people had a chance to sit down and eat together. ELNA neighbors were joined by Shoreline City council members and candidates, Shoreline School Board and candidates, City staff, Schools administrators, and water district commissioners, for informal conversations on a lovely summer day.

Lakeside resident Barbara Lacy was checking in to get tools to pick up
a pile of bread that someone had left for the birds while Shoreline Councilmember
Susan Chang was getting ready to write a check to Hopelink
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

The new center director for Hopelink joined the group and gave tax receipts for the food and cash donations neighbors brought.

This was also the last opportunity for people to bring books for the Council of Neighborhoods book sale the next evening.

On August 15 and August 22, ELNA will hold Frolic by the Lake events with food trucks and family activities. All are welcome to attend.


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