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Magnolia Manor Park Meeting – Wednesday, November 5th, 2014

The Parks Department is holding a public meeting to get your input/suggestions for Magnolia Manor Park. The City Council has approved the Opportunity Fund proposal from Friends of Magnolia Manor Park Steering Committee as the third phase in implementing the master plan concept for Magnolia Manor Park. Wednesday, November 5th, 2014 6:30 pm – 8:00 […]

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Missing Piece funding approved!

Seattle City Council approved unanimously the recommendations of the Opportunity Fund Oversight Committee, which included money for Magnolia Manor Park.  The project will re-position the fences on the east side of the reservoir to connect the OLA and the P-Patch.  It also renovates the plaza area north of the dog park as envisioned in the […]

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July/August Newsletter

In this issue of the Friends of Magnolia Manor Park newsletter: – Off-Leash Area Work Party on Saturday, July 27th from 10am-Noon. Join us! – Fun(d)raising BBQ on Sunday, August 11th from 4-6pm. $10/person – The wonders of bees – Small dog play group – Update on The Missing Piece – Gardening feature “How Does […]

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Saturday the 11th is May Work Party Day for the OLA

Just a reminder that our May Work Party will be Saturday May 11th from 10 am to Noon. Work is in the Magnolia Manor Off Leash Area, at 3500 28th Avenue West. John Bausch and Dan Reisinger are our volunteer Team Leaders for the morning.  We’ll be concentrating on sweeping the walkway, moving chips and […]

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Dog OLA Work Party: Saturday, February 9th!

Pitchforks and Shovels and Rakes, oh my! Our monthly Work Party will take place this Saturday, February 9th from 10 am – 12 Noon.  Please remember to bring work gloves.  We’ll be spreading chips, moving gravel & planting in the south border. Please be aware of the chip & tool delivery.  It should take place between 8 and 10 am. […]

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P-Patch Weekend Highlights

We had 11 volunteers and moved leaf mulch to the plots and covered with burlap bags.  We had 35 huge blocks of concrete ( 3 ft x 3 ft x 8 inches) and began building our retaining walls. Hats off to Salmon Bay Sand and Gravel Co., who graciously donated and delivered 6 cubic yards […]

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