If you see something that just doesn't look right, dial 9-1-1.

 

The March copy of the Seattle Police Email Community Newsletter has some good information about when to dial 9-1-1: anytime you see something that makes you suspicious.

 

Read the newsletter here.

SPBA Takes Over the Museum of Flight for an Evening of Fun, Food and Live Entertainment.

 

Guests of the South Park Business Association enter the Museum of Flight event.

 

Attendees at the SPBA party enjoyed a dinner catered by McCormick & Schmicks, entertainment from the vocal group The Main Attraction and a night of fun and friendship. 

South Park Business Association Members and Guests Mix and Mingle.

 

The South Park Business Association welcomed a large group of members, friends and family to the spectacular Museum of Flight on December 7th 2011.

 

Guests talked with one another below the nose of the museum's SR71 Blackbird.

Guests of the South Park Business Association Admire Photographs of the SPBA Float.

 

The South Park Business Association displayed pictures of the SPBA float from this past summer's Torchlight Parade. The float won the Seafair Innovation Award for 2011. The Association photo display also included shots of people and businesses in Seattle's vital South Park area.

Seafair President/CEO thanks the South Park Business Association Board Members.

 

Beth Knox, Seafair President, thanks the SPBA Board for building the award-winning float, "South Park a Legacy of Innovation and Craftsmanship."

 

Ms. Knox presented signed Blue Angels photos to (left to right) Dan Keithly from Keithly Electric, Ron Cook from R.L. Cook, Delilah Richman from Harsch Investment Properties and Bonnie Warrick from Smith Berger Marine

South Park Business Association Display at the Museum of Flight.

 

Don't miss the next great South Park Business Association event. The SPBA provides a voice for every businesses in South Park. By working on such key issues as family wage job promotion, improved infrastructure, reliable drainage and functional transportation, the SPBA makes South Park a better area for everyone.

 

Fill out the application and become a member today!

AJAC Apprenticeships produce skilled manufacturing employees.

Washington State needs more skilled tradespeople for our advanced manufacturing industries. The Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee (AJAC) works to fill this need by capturing the knowledge and skills of your master tradespeople before they retire. Does your company need more skilled machinists?  Will your master tradespeople retire soon? AJAC can help you to overcome these challenges.

Interested businesses, or potential apprentices, can learn more here, here and here.

Word's getting around about the great food and drinks at South Park's own Loretta's Northwesterner.

 

The Seattle Times tried Loretta's great burgers, steaks and salmon salad. They came away convinced it was, "one of those great finds"

 

Visit Loretta's Northwesterner yourself. The food and drinks taste wonderful and the prices are more than fair.

Bright sunshine filled the sky on the morning of the 2011 Seafair Torchlight Parade. The South Park Business Association volunteers are seen here preparing the float for its debut. Bouquets of fresh flowers fill the float deck and the fabric covers have been attached.

The South Park Business Association float glides down Fourth Avenue.

 

Seafair awarded the illuminated float the, "Most Innovative," prize. The efforts of key contributors Gary Merlino Construction, Keithly Electric, RL Cook Sales & Supply, Sign Age, Smith Berger Marine and Warp Corp. shine through as the float casts a glow on the street. Additional support was provided by both the Port of Seattle and International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, AFL-CIO District 751.