Greenwood Community Walk for Proposition 1: How the Let’s Move Seattle Levy helps children, elders and chickens cross the road…

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Who: Feet First, Let’s Move Seattle, Greenwood Phinney Greenways, Cascade Bicycle Club

What: Community walk with children, elders and a chicken to highlight neighborhood improvements funded by the Move Seattle Levy. How do children, elders ” and a chicken” safely cross the road and what happens when the sidewalk ends? Interview the chicken to find out.

When: Tuesday, Month Oct, 27, 2:45 Leave by 3:00

Where: Greenwood Elementary School, 144 NW 80th St, Seattle, WA 98117

Details: 2:45 p.m. Gather at Greenwood Elementary School

3:00 p.m. Leave school for a walk around the neighborhood waving signs, and stopping at key problem spots to ask the children…… about how the levy will help.

4:30 p.m. Final destination and chicken interview Razzi’s Pizzeria, 8523 Greenwood

Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103

Media contact: Teresa Frizell, Feet First Safe Routes to School Program Director

teresa@feetfirst.org

206.652.2310

On-site contact: Robin Randels,

Greenwood-Phinney Greenways Community Advocate

rkrandels@gmail.com

206.3903945

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