With permit in hand from the City of Seattle, the community can move forward after 18 months of planning by a committee of 10 volunteers.
PHASE I STARTS NOW!
Imagine more seating, bistro lighting, flowering hanging baskets, seasonal banners, wreaths for the holidays, general tree and sidewalk maintenance, keeping our beautiful Magnolia trees pruned and the leaves cleaned up.
Magnolia is an active, family-oriented community, and the goal is to enhance our “Village” main streets, the core of our business community, which is also home to our Saturday Farmer’s Market, Classic Auto Show, Summerfest & Seafair Parade, Vino in the Village, Halloween, Winterfest, Art Walk, and many other community functions.
As much as we would love for our city to pay for our improvements, that isn’t how it works. We will be looking to our amazing Magnolia Community to fund this endeavor. Other neighborhoods do it…. we sure can!!
Donate NOW at one of the levels listed below… All donations of $2500 or more will be permanently recognized in the Village. All donations will be acknowledged in print and on the Magnolia Chamber of Commerce website.
Phase I Goal $120,000
$2500 $1000 $500 $250 $100 $50 Other
You will be able to designate a donor name for publication, in honor or memory of, or anonymous.
More Questions: Contact: Cheryl McQuiston, cherylMBC@outlook.com or
Jason Thibeaux, Magnolia Chamber Executive Director, email@example.com
To donate more than $2,500, choose Other or contact:
To donate by check, make payable to “MCC/MBC”
and send to MBC #51 / 3213 W Wheeler St / Seattle WA 98199
To make a monthly/quarterly pledge by check, contact:
Thank you to the following for your donations:
Petit Pierre Bakery
The Selak Family
Matt & Kathleen Murphy
Perry & Christine Atkins
Bill & Jennifer Condon
Mike & Pam Courtnage
Michael & Kathleen Ducharme
Dave & Cappy Goodell
Henry Simmons Salon
Gene & Susan Hoglund
Mark MacGillivray & Hilary Johnson
Stephen & Christine McHugh
Bob & Carol McLaughlin
Carol Hughes Schmidt