Patrick Robinson
SW Roxbury St.

What will happen to Roxbury? A detailed look at the plans

By Gwen Davis

The final SW Roxbury St. safety improvement plans are done. Construction will begin soon.

SDOT’s plans:

-> Pavement improvements. Repavement will occur on Roxbury between 25th Ave. SW and 27th Ave. SW, as well as between 17th Ave. SW and 18th Ave. SW. New curb ramps will be constructed at each intersection. Spot pavement repairs will be made on the western segment of Roxbury.

-> New sidewalks. Sidewalks will be installed on the south side of Roxbury between 28th Ave. SW and 30th Ave. SW.

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On the Go Week of 4-20-15

Volunteers Urgently Needed to Advocate for Long-Term Care Residents
Volunteers are needed in the Burien, Des Moines, SeaTac, Tukwila, West Seattle & White Center communities. Volunteers must attend training to get state certified and then devote 4 hours/week to visit and monitor assigned facilities. The 4 day Washington State Training/Certification Program is May 5, 6, 21 & 27, 9-5 p.m. daily. A volunteer ombudsman makes visits to long-term care facilities to meet with residents and their families, providing information on resident rights and working to resolve problems on behalf of residents. For information or to register: Juanita Beale at 206.623.0816 or juanitab@mschelps.org Visit: www.waombudsman.org

Spring Recycle Roundup
Fauntleroy Church Parking Lot
9140 California Ave. SW
Sun., April 26, 9-3 p.m. 1 Green Planet will take a wide variety of items, from computers to clothes dryers. Visit www.fauntleroyucc.org for a long list of what 1 Green Planet can accept for free, responsible recycling and a short list of what it cannot. Donations welcome.

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Providence Mt. St. Vincent will hold a celebration in naming of William Pigott Chapel April 26

Providence Mount St. Vincent is inviting the public to attend a mass to celebrate the naming of its chapel in honor of William Pigott's visionary commitment, legacy of faith, service and sacrificial giving.

The mass will begin at 11 a.m. on April 26, 2015 in the chapel at Providence Mount St. Vincent, 4831 35th Ave. SW, Seattle. The Very Reverend Paul Magnano will preside. The event will honor William Pigott and Ann P. Wyckoff, long-time supporters of Providence Mount St. Vincent. "It's an honor to continue my grandfather's legacy," Wyckoff said about naming the William Pigott Chapel in honor of her grandfather.

In 1924, Pigott and five other lead donors partnered with the Sisters of Providence to raise the needed funds to build St. Vincent Home for the Aged, today called Providence Mount St. Vincent. Together they held the vision that a just society must plan for and provide care for its elders. The building was dedicated on April 26, 1924.

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