Montlake Flyer Spring 2022 May 12, 2022 by MontlakeFlyer 5 Comments Click here to download the latest Flyer for your Montlake news! Shout out to our 2021 Turkey Trot sponsors, below: Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)MoreClick to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)
Ashley Hanson says
Hi Heather and team!
I am on the Montlake Elementary PTA and would love to include information about what’s happening in our local, public school. Please let me know if possible. Thanks!
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Thanks for all you do at the Montlake PTA and for keeping our community informed. Go Montlake Wolves!
Erica Carr says
Hey All! Quick note that the Spring 2022 version will be in the same format as the paper version! (two “pages” to one PDF page). Enjoy!
Jonathan Paul Carter says
I reached out to you last year a couple of time about doing cleanups work in the Montlake neighborhood, and your president said they would do something. As far as I know, nothing has been done. Are you going to do something about putting together a volunteer cleanup effort?
In particular, the medians on Montlake are a MESS, as are the medians on NE Pacific. It’s embarrassing when visitors come to town to drive down those streets. Also, lots of litter and trash pickup needs to be done. It’s great you sponsor a race every year, but that doesn’t do much good for the neighborhood’s appearance or home values.
Trash and litter are only going to get worse as the 520 lid is completed and more and more people use the new park and bike paths. More people = more litter. The time is now to get ahead of the problem becoming worse.
I am happy to get involved, but I can’t do this without the support of our “neighborhood association” — you guys.
2231 E. Lake Washington Blvd
206 327 9930
Heather Hardin says
Hello! I am happy to schedule time to talk, I see that I emailed you three times last year to set time, but we never connected. The MCC is an all volunteer organization, so we prioritize the efforts that receive the most interest. The Turkey Trot has been a very popular community event that drives community engagement and has raised over $150,000 for the University District Food Bank. I do know several families that have been regularly picking up trash and helping with clean up efforts in Montlake, so I do believe that is a priority for many neighbors as well.