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Entries from July 2016

University of Washington student project brings clean water to those in need

July 23rd, 2016 by sarawilly

UW Junior Charlie Swan is working on a charitable project with a few friends.  Swan writes:
SPERO is a brand focused on making charity more accessible to people and integral to business through high-quality products. For a consumer, donating to charity should be as streamlined and convenient. As a business, we consider it a regular expense no different than rent or utilities. With your support, the SPERO Bottle is our first step toward this vision.  The SPERO Bottle which is helping to bring clean and safe water to those in developing nations. We donate 20% of proceeds from each bottle to charity: water, one of the most established and well-renowned charities bringing clean and safe water to people in developing nations. 100% of donations to charity: water go toward clean water projects such as wells, water purification systems, and more. Not only does clean and accessible water promote physical health, but it saves people millions of hours otherwise spent walking to and from safe water sources. Clean and safe water changes lives in a huge way, and with your help, we can all be a part of this positive difference.
Check out their charity: water at charitywater.org to hear some of the stories behind their work, Or click here for more information.

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Wallingford Family Parade

July 1st, 2016 by sarawilly

Presented by the Wallingford Chamber of Commerce and the Boys & Girls Club

Parade begins at 11am, Saturday, July 9.

Need some Summer Fun? Come join the Wallingford Kids and make a parade. Dress up in costume, bring your crazy Auntie, bring your mom and dad, too! The Wallingford Chamber of Commerce is proud to present the 67th Annual Wallingford Family Parade, the longest running Seafair Community Event. Families come from far and near to watch, participate in and enjoy the parade. Local businesses, drill teams, marching bands and family-oriented organizations celebrate and compete for awards.

The parade will weave it’s way through Wallingford; beginning at the corner of Interlake & N 45th, and run East along N 45th St.  It ends at Bagley Avenue N.

EVERYONE is welcome to participate!
Hey Kids!  Want be in the parade? No need to register in advance. Just show up at the muster site (Lincoln High School parking lot) at 10am ready to go.

The Parade will be followed by Hide & Seek for “The Wallingford Kids” at participating Merchants on 45th. Click here for more information, or email events@wallingfordchamber.org.

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