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BF DAY Playground Project Seeks Neighbor Support

BF DAY’s Playground Project writes: There is lots of good news to report on the B.F. Day Playground Project. We are also getting in touch today to ask for your help. The project received final approval of both the King County Youth Sports Facilities Grant ($50,000) and the Department of Neighborhoods Large Project Fund ($100,000). […]

Good News for BF DAY Playground Update

The BF DAY Playground Update project, supported by FNC, was recommended to receive a King County Youth Sport Facilities Grant award in the amount of $50,000. Award will be  finalized when the King County Council passes the budget, usually around Thanksgiving, writes Kristin Anderson from the project.  She said they recently presented to  the Department […]

July FNC Meeting Agenda

Agenda – July 23rd, 2012 Doric Lodge 92, 619 North 36th Street at 7:00 pm 7:00 – Welcome & Introductions 7:05 – Announcements 7:10 – Review and Approval of Oustanding Minutes & Treasurer’s Report 7:15 Old Business – BF Day Playground donation, Stone 34th Letter, Fremont Siphon Replacement Project 7:45 New Business – potential Ernst […]

July 12-15, 2012 – Get Fit for B.F. Day – A Gym-a-thon Fundraiser!

Exercise is a good thing and now for a good cause–the BF Day Playground Improvement, supported by FNC! Here’s how.  Starting now – print out  form and begin collecting pledges– form is posted on the Fremont Rotary website July 12-15 – go to Anytime Fitness between 9am and 7pm, sign in and work out. […]

BF day site description--source: BFDay PTSA

Update: FNC Grants $5000 to BF DAY Project

On June 25, FNC voted to approve the donation of  $5,000 to the BF Day PTSA, for the BF Day Playground Improvement Project, in support of  PTSA’s grant proposal to the King County Youth Sports Facilities Grant Fund. On May 21 the Fremont Neighborhood Council board had unanimously voted to donate the money, but all expenditures […]


(courtesy of the FAWN newsletter) Kristen Anderson writes, “The PTSA received a City of Seattle Neighborhood Matching Fund Grant for $20,000 to develop a conceptual site plan for the exterior grounds of the school. The site planning and design process is the first step towards building a new play area. Eventually, we intend to pursue […]