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Out of this World Photo of the Center of the Universe?

#WorldPhotographyDay is August 19th, Share Your Awesome Photo With Us!
World Photography Day is an annual, worldwide celebration of the art, craft, science and history of photography. The next World Photography Day will take place on Wednesday, August 19th, 2020. Be sure to share your best photos on social media and tag using #WorldPhotographyDay. Have a fabulous photo of the Center of the Universe? We want to see it!
Share your Fremont Photos, email us at programs@fremont.com!

Apply to the Fremont Chamber Center of the Universe Relief Fund!

The Fremont Chamber of Commerce Center of the Universe Small Business Relief Fund is now accepting applications for our $1500.00 small business grants!

Our unique blend of small retailers, restaurants, services, and nonprofits make Fremont an incredible place to do business and work. It’s what makes the Center of the Universe, the Center of the Universe! And right now, those friends and neighbors need your support. You can help!
That’s why the nonprofit Fremont Chamber of Commerce has launched the Center of the Universe Small Business Relief Fund to help our small businesses & nonprofits impacted by COVID-19. While there are multiple grant relief resources available, we have identified gaps that leave some of our neighborhood businesses and nonprofits without relief opportunities.

Donate to the Fremont Chamber Center of the Universe Relief Fund!

Our goal is to raise a minimum of $75,000 – DONATE TODAY! No amount is too small.

Fremont Chamber Business Spotlights

 

The Masonry is focused on bringing the best of craft beer and wood fired pizza to Seattle. Honest food using quality ingredients. We believe food is as good as the ingredients you put in it, so our menu is always fresh and seasonally inspired. Come in for our classic Neapolitan style pizza – top-quality ingredients on a chewy crust with a little bit of char. Or try our famous meatballs, they’re so tender and a little spicy! Order in Fremont on Toast
El Camino Mexican restaurant & cantina has been a fixture in the popular Fremont neighborhood of Seattle for more than 20 years. Located beside the iconic “Rocket” at the corner of Evanston & N 35th, El Camino serves authentic, homemade Mexican cuisine that honors the vibrant, fresh flavors of Oaxaca and southern Mexico. Try one of our unforgettable appetizers, like our four-cheese shrimp quesadilla or plantain chips with succulent house-made guacamole. We even make our traditional desserts in-house. Order Takeout or Eat In/Delivery

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Homelessness Outreach Town Hall | District 7

As many of you have likely read, the City Council recently voted 5-4 to defund Seattle’s homelessness outreach entity known as the Navigation Team. The Navigation Team is housed within the Human Services Department and composed of police and social workers. They provide services to people living in unsanctioned encampments, make offers of shelter to people experiencing homelessness, and in some cases, most controversially, remove unsanctioned encampments.
I was one of the council members who voted against defunding the Navigation Team. While it is undeniable that the practices of the Navigation Team need to be reassessed & changed, I generally do not support removing a service before a replacement strategy can be stood up. However, the vote has been made, I respect the decision of the Council, & look forward to working with my colleagues to craft a successor strategy to meet the scale of the crisis in front of us.
This Wednesday, August 19th, at 3:30 p.m., I will be having a town hall with service providers and community leaders to discuss new ways we can provide outreach and services to our neighbors living in unsanctioned encampments as well as the outreach services already done by nonprofits.
The panel will include:
    • Executive Director Colleen Echohawk from the Chief Seattle Club
    • Executive Director Sharon Lee from the Low Income Housing Institute
    • Co-Director Chloe Gale from REACH
    • Alison Eisinger from the King County Coalition on Homelessness
    • A representative from The Urban League.
The town hall will be recorded and posted online for later viewing if you cannot make it on the 19th.
Councilmember Andrew J. Lewis
Seattle City Council // District 7

Seattle Good’s Learning Lab: How to Gain Clarity Through Cash Flow Forecasting, August 19th at 10am

Cash flow management is vital to all companies, big and small. Establishing good cash flow forecasting practices provides you with clarity into your money and lets you stay ahead of the game. In this learning lab, you will learn the playbook for managing cash flow forecasting. We will discuss what you can do right now to take control and gain clarity about your cash position today and tomorrow. Register here for the Learning Lab.

The Poetry of Mindful Activity, August 22nd @ 10:30am

How can we bring our meditation practice off of the cushion and into our daily lives? In this talk, senior Nalandabodhi teacher Mitra Mark Power will offer a poetic exploration of being present with genuine dharma intention in all of our daily activities. This talk is online and open to all. Register here to reserve your spot!

Art Cars Tailgate in Fremont @ U-Park Lot #75, August 22nd, from 11am-3pm

The Seattle Art Cars have been caravan-ing around the City, and environs, through the COVID-19 crisis, bringing joy and silliness to senior living sites, low-income housing buildings, and childcare centers. Now they are invited to visit the Center of the Universe with a socially distant tailgate! The cars will park higgledy-piggledy around the U-Park lot at N 35th St & Phinney Ave N, to allow the drivers to socialize – and passer-by to photograph the cars from the sidewalks, or across the street! Learn more about the Art Cars in Fremont.
Does your restaurant have a patio? Let us know!

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Spotlight on a Milky Way Member: Thank you, Norm’s Eatery & Ale House!

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