Seattle University College of Nursing students Mary Ann Fombu and Bridgett Chandler apply their clinical skills to treat residents of Bell Tower. The pair created workshops on nutrition, stress management, foot care, and health bingo to help satisfy the requirements of a course they are taking this quarter called Promotion of Health in Communities.
December 1, 2017, Comments Off

By John Yost SHA resident This quarter Seattle University’s College of Nursing assigned two students to work with residents at Bell Tower, three at Green Lake Plaza and three at […]

NewHolly residents and area nonprofits raised $104 to help Houston-area residents whose lives were impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
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November 1, 2017, Comments Off

By Voice Staff Not long after residents in the Southern and Eastern United States were hammered by Hurricane Harvey in late August, a small but mighty group of residents and […]

November 1, 2017, Comments Off

After 32 years, Neighborhood House’s Annie Edwards retires By Nancy Gardner The Voice editor Annie Edwards, family support worker, has worked for Neighborhood House longer than many of its staff […]

Yesler Terrace
November 1, 2017, Comments Off

By Voice Staff   Things got super nerdy at the Seattle Children’s Festival on Oct. 8 as the Big-Brained Superheroes of Yesler played with robots, typed their names in code […]

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September 28, 2017, Comments Off

By Seattle Center People who can’t afford dental, medical and eye care services may receive them free of charge at the largest free health clinic ever organized in the state […]

Seattle Housing Authority has enlisted Chief Goat Wrangler, Tammy Dunakin, and her herd of 120 rescue goats to clear up the six acres of unwanted grasses and blackberries located west of Yesler Community Center. In the foreground, Goober samples some groundcover.
Yesler Terrace
September 1, 2017, Comments Off
  • Seattle University College of Nursing students Mary Ann Fombu and Bridgett Chandler apply their clinical skills to treat residents of Bell Tower. The pair created workshops on nutrition, stress management, foot care, and health bingo to help satisfy the requirements of a course they are taking this quarter called Promotion of Health in Communities.
  • NewHolly residents and area nonprofits raised $104 to help Houston-area residents whose lives were impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
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  • Seattle Housing Authority has enlisted Chief Goat Wrangler, Tammy Dunakin, and her herd of 120 rescue goats to clear up the six acres of unwanted grasses and blackberries located west of Yesler Community Center. In the foreground, Goober samples some groundcover.