Spring 2019 General Membership Meeting Schedule

Aberdeen
Monday, May 20
6:00 pm
Grays Harbor Hospital
West Campus
915 Anderson Drive
Conference Room E - 1st Floor

Auburn (New Time)
Wednesday, May 22
1:45 pm
Auburn Regional Medical Center
Plaza 1: 202 N Division St
AMC 1st Floor
Board Room

Bellevue
Thursday, May 23
9:00 am & 7:00 pm
Sheraton Hotel
100 112th Ave NE
Newport Room

Bellingham
Wednesday, May 22
7:00 pm
Quality Inn Baron Suites
100 E Kellogg Road
Olympus Room

Bremerton
Thursday, May 23
11:00 am
Harrison Medical Center
2520 Cherry Ave
Aspen Room - 2nd Floor

Brewster
Wednesday, May 22
5:00 pm
Three Rivers Hospital
415 Hospital Way
Hillcrest Admin. Bldg.
Commons Area

Centralia
Wednesday, May 22
10:00 am
Providence Centralia Hospital
914 S Scheuber Road
Cafeteria

Colville/Chewelah
Wednesday, May 22
5:00 pm
Nordlig Hotel
101 W Grant Ave, Chewelah
Meeting Room

Coupeville
Wednesday, May 22
3:15 pm
Whidbey Health Medical Center
101 N Main St
Conference Room Trailer

Enumclaw
Monday, May 20
1:00 pm
Guesthouse Inn
1000 Griffin Ave
Meeting Room

Everett
Thursday, May 23
9:00 am & 7:00 pm
Snohomish County PUD
2320 California Street
AM & PM - TC2-A

Federal Way
Tuesday, May 21
9:00 am
Hometown Office Suites & Svcs
33530 1st Way South #102
Classroom

Forks
Monday, May 20
2:00 pm
Forks Community Hospital
530 Bogachiel Way
Main Conference Room

Kennewick
Monday, May 20
6:00 pm
IBEW 112
2637 W Albany Ave
Meeting Room

Kent
Monday, May 20
9:00 am & 5:30 pm
Kent Commons
525 4th Ave N
Interurban Room

Lynnwood
Monday, May 20
7:00 pm
Snohomish County PUD
21014 63rd Ave W
Conference Room

Monroe
Thursday, May 23
3:30 pm
EvergreenHealth Monroe
14701 179th Ave SE
The Cafe Corner

Moses Lake (New Room)
Thursday, May 23
5:00 pm
Samaritan Healthcare
801 E Wheeler Road
Classroom 401

Mount Vernon (New Day)
Thursday, May 23
7:00 pm
UFCW 21 Office
1510 N 18th St
Conference Room

Oak Harbor
Wednesday, May 22
7:00 pm
Best Western Harbor Plaza
33175 SR 20
Oak Harbor Room

Olympia
Monday, May 20
12:00 pm
Kaiser Permanente
700 Lily Rd NE
Conference Room A

Tuesday, May 21
3:30 pm
Capital Medical Center
3900 Capital Mall Dr SW
Cafeteria

Wednesday, May 22
1:00 pm
Providence St. Peter Hospital
413 Lily Road NE
Cafeteria

Omak
Tuesday, May 21
2:30 pm
Mid-Valley Hospital
Family Medical Building
800 Jasmine St
Conference Room C & D

Tuesday, May 21
5:15 pm
Mid-Valley Clinic
529 Jasmine St
Break Room

Port Angeles
Wednesday, May 22
4:30 pm
Olympic Medical Center
939 Caroline Street
Linkletter Hall

Port Townsend
Tuesday, May 21
12:00 pm & 5:15 pm
Pt. Townsend Senior Ctr.
620 Tyler St
Board Room

Sea-Tac
Monday, May 20
7:00 pm
Angle Lake Family Resource Center
4040 S 188th St #100
Meeting Room Suite 100

Seattle
Tuesday, May 21
9:30 am & 7:00 pm
Phinney Neighborhood Center
6532 Phinney Ave N
AM & PM - Room 6 Blue Bldg.

Thursday, May 23
9:00 am & 7:00 pm
UFCW 21 - Seattle
5030 1st Ave S
Joe Crump Hall

Sequim
Wednesday, May 22
7:00 pm
Quality Inn
134 River Road
Breakfast Room

Shelton (New Location)
Tuesday, May 21
12:00 pm
Roosters Restaurant
3001 Olympic Hwy N
Large Meeting Room

Silverdale
Wednesday, May 22
9:00 am & 5:30 pm
UFCW 21 Office
3888 NW Randall Way #105
Conference Room

South Bend
Monday, May 20
3:00 pm
Willapa Harbor Hospital
800 Alder Street
Evergreen Room

Spokane
Thursday, May 23
8:00 am, 1:00 pm & 4:00 pm
UFCW 21 Office
2805 N Market St
Conference Room

Tacoma (New Location)
Tuesday, May 21
2:00 pm & 5:00 pm
Tacoma General Hospital
315 MLK Jr Way
2:00 PM - MMC 5 (Rainier Tower)
5:00 PM - Mary Bridge Board Room

Tonasket
Wednesday, May 22
12:30 pm & 2:00 pm
North Valley Hospital
203 S. Western Ave
Orientation Room

Walla Walla
Monday, May 20
1:00 pm
Providence St. Mary’s Medical Center
401 W. Poplar St
Vincentian Room

Wenatchee
Thursday, May 23
12:00 pm
Confluence Health
Central WA Hospital
1300 Fuller St
Conference Room J


Grocery Store Bargain Update: Still at It, A Long Way to Go

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Still at It, A Long Way to Go

We had two days of contract negotiations this week – the last week before many contract expirations. Along those lines we were able to come to an agreement with the employers to extend our contracts with protections for retro-compensation. 

It remains clear to our Union Member Bargaining Team that we need to make some significant progress on many issues in our 2019 negotiations including higher wages. We need to continue to work on issues that are connected to the quality of our jobs and often are closely related to our pay – issues like; scheduling, staffing, training, and safety.

Over the last two days we traded proposals with the employers as follow up on our earlier round of safety proposals. While we made some progress on this front, we have a long way to go to adequately address safety issues in our stores.

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The Union Bargaining Team also presented evidence in support of our scheduling proposals, including:

  • More advanced notice —two weeks

  • Access to more hours—before our employers hire new staff, those hours should go to us

  • More control over our schedules—we should be able to choose our shifts

We know these systems already work in many of our stores. Meat departments have daily seniority and many members in our union have the ability to select their own schedules. We proposed that the employers take the systems we already have that are working well and expand them to everyone.

We made it clear to the employers: we passed our scheduling law in Seattle and we are prepared to pass it statewide unless they are willing to come to the table with solutions.

Take Action:

  • Make sure you and your co-workers have downloaded the UFCW 21 app.

  • As break actions wrap up, we are starting a new round of button up actions

    Next Bargaining dates May 20 & 21

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CLICK TO SEE A FULL SCHEDULE OF MAY CONTRACT ACTION TEAM MEETINGS

YOUR GROCERY STORE BARGAINING TEAM:

Amy Dayley Angell, QFC #891 (Ballard), Front End Checker

Cassy Wolle, Fred Meyer - Port Orchard #655 (Grocery), CCK Checker

Scott Shiflett, QFC #838 (Inglewood), Meat Cutter

Christina Harris, Fred Meyer - Lake City #179 (Grocery), Bakery Clerk

Cliff Powers, Safeway #402 (Oak Harbor), Produce Clerk

Eleanor Knight, Albertsons #4483 (Auburn), 4th PIC

Irene Garcia, Fred Meyer - Auburn #19 (Retail), Home Clerk

Jeannette Randall, Safeway #1923 (Roxbury), Front End Checker

Jeff Smith, Fred Meyer - Snohomish #681 (Retail), Non-food receiving Clerk

J'Nee DeLancey, Town & Country #211 (Ballard), Beer/Wine Manager

Jordan Washington, QFC #803 (Meridian), Starbucks

Kyong Barry, Albertsons #483 (S Auburn), Front End Supervisor

Maggie Breshears, Fred Meyer - Greenwood #122 (Grocery), Personal Shopper

Maroot Nanakul, Safeway #464 (Bear Creek), Front End Manager

Michaela Strain, QFC #819 (Bothell), Meat Wrapper

Paul Ames Reinhold, Metropolitan Market #157 (Uptown), Cheese Kiosk Clerk

Richard Waits, Haggen #15 (Burlington), Deli Clerk

Robin Hillistad, QFC #858 (N Seattle), HR Specialist

Sam Dancy, QFC #825 (Westwood Village), Front End Supervisor

Sue Wilmot, Safeway #1252 (Bainbridge Island), Front End Checker

Wendy Garrett-Drake, Albertsons #469 (Mukilteo), Personnel Coordinator/Bookkeeper

Wil Peterson, Fred Meyer - Everett #95 (Grocery), CCK Checker

Todd Crosby, Organizing Director, UFCW International

Faye Guenther, Acting President, UFCW 21

Steve Chandler, Principal Officer Teamsters 38

Joe Mizrahi, Staff Director, UFCW 21

Mia Contreras, Executive Vice President, UFCW 21

Tammi Brady, Recording Secretary, Teamsters 38

Samantha Kantak, Executive Assistant, Teamsters 38

Jim McGuinness, Attorney, UFCW 21 and Teamsters 38

Congratulations to our 2019 UFCW 21 Scholarship recipients!

Scholarship Winners

Four-Year Scholarship of $4,000/year for 4 years - Laci Bowhay

Marilyn Savage, RN Memorial Scholarship: $3,000 - Brandon J LeGore

Health Care Profession Scholarship: $3,000 - Jennifer McMahon

Health Care Profession Scholarship: $3,000 - Danielle Macdonald

Full-time Student Scholarship: $2,000 - Emily Marie Drozynski

Full-time Student Scholarship: $2,000 - Melissa Resendiz Rivas

Full-time Student Scholarship: $2,000 - Mawil Espino

Full-time Student Scholarship: $2,000 - Hayley Nebel

Full-time Student Scholarship: $2,000 - Chayton Fisk

Full-time Student Scholarship: $2,000 - Simeon Barker

Full-time Student Scholarship: $2,000 - Cindy Lao

Full-time Student Scholarship: $2,000 - Nibesh Mali

Workplace and patient safety, breaks & overtime protection bill #SHB1155 PASSED by wide margins

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After thousands of health care workers spoke up for workplace and patient safety, breaks & overtime protection bill #SHB1155 PASSED by wide margins in both the Senate and the House today! And thanks to the advocacy of our members and members of SEIU Healthcare 1199NW and Washington State Nurses Association, this version of the bill removed two bad amendments, so it will cover all hospitals and all nursing & technical staff and it won’t limit shifts to 8 hours.

Our members and allies rallied down in Olympia today to hold lawmakers accountable and were able to watch the final passage of this bill. Thank you to everyone who spoke up for this historic legislation! #BreaksAreALifesaver#UnionStrong #WAleg

Grocery Store Bargain Update: Safety is key- for us and our customers

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Safety is key - for us and our customers

It is clear to our union member bargaining team that we need to make some significant progress on many issues in our 2019 negotiations including higher wages. Wages are important to all of us, but before we address compensation, we need to continue to work on issues that are connected to the quality of our jobs and often are closely related to our pay – issues like; scheduling, staffing, training, and safety.

Member feedback from surveys is clear: workplaces need to be safe for us and our customers.  Thousands of members have shared their experiences with safety issues at work; lack of training, harassment and bullying from managers and customers, unsafe equipment, and poor staffing.

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Our proposals around safety include:

  • Guarantee protections against retaliation when workers bring up issues around bullying, harassment, food safety, or customer safety—no one should be disciplined for making their store safer.

  • Improve safety committees that employers are legally required to hold, and make sure that we have trained union stewards in every meeting.

  • Require that our employers provide training on bullying and harassment and customer de-escalation techniques.

  • Paid time for the Safety Coordinator in each store to work on safety issues in the store.

Take Action:

  • Make sure you and your co-workers have downloaded the UFCW 21 app.

  • Keep taking your breaks. When we all take meal and rest breaks that are protected in our contracts and the law, we will force our employers to better staff our shifts.

  • As break actions wrap up, we will start a new round of button up actions next week and wear them through early May when our first contract expiration dates take place. (see buttons below)

    Next Bargaining dates May 2 & 3

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YOUR GROCERY STORE BARGAINING TEAM:

Amy Dayley Angell, QFC #891 (Ballard), Front End Checker

Cassy Wolle, Fred Meyer - Port Orchard #655 (Grocery), CCK Checker

Scott Shiflett, QFC #838 (Inglewood), Meat Cutter

Christina Harris, Fred Meyer - Lake City #179 (Grocery), Bakery Clerk

Cliff Powers, Safeway #402 (Oak Harbor), Produce Clerk

Eleanor Knight, Albertsons #4483 (Auburn), 4th PIC

Irene Garcia, Fred Meyer - Auburn #19 (Retail), Home Clerk

Jeannette Randall, Safeway #1923 (Roxbury), Front End Checker

Jeff Smith, Fred Meyer - Snohomish #681 (Retail), Non-food receiving Clerk

J'Nee DeLancey, Town & Country #211 (Ballard), Beer/Wine Manager

Jordan Washington, QFC #803 (Meridian), Deli Clerk

Kyong Barry, Albertsons #483 (S Auburn), Front End Supervisor

Maggie Breshears, Fred Meyer - Greenwood #122 (Grocery), Personal Shopper

Maroot Nanakul, Safeway #464 (Bear Creek), Front End Checker

Michaela Strain, QFC #819 (Bothell), Meat Wrapper

Paul Ames Reinhold, Metropolitan Market #157 (Uptown), Cheese Kiosk Clerk

Richard Waits, Haggen #15 (Burlington), Deli Clerk

Robin Hillistad, QFC #858 (N Seattle), HR Specialist

Sam Dancy, QFC #825 (Westwood Village), Front End Supervisor

Sue Wilmot, Safeway #1252 (Bainbridge Island), Front End Checker

Wendy Garrett-Drake, Albertsons #469 (Mukilteo), Personnel Coordinator/Bookkeeper

Wil Peterson, Fred Meyer - Everett #95 (Grocery), CCK Checker

Todd Crosby, Organizing Director, UFCW International

Faye Guenther, Acting President, UFCW 21

Steve Chandler, Principal Officer Teamsters 38

Joe Mizrahi, Staff Director, UFCW 21

Mia Contreras, Executive Vice President, UFCW 21

Tammi Brady, Recording Secretary, Teamsters 38

Samantha Kantak, Executive Assistant, Teamsters 38

Jim McGuinness, Attorney, UFCW 21 and Teamsters 38

Employers Propose Cuts, Cuts, Cuts. We Say, “NO WAY. We’re only going Forward.”

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Today was our fourth day of negotiations. We are scheduled again on April 24. Despite making it clear from day one that we hope to have constructive and respectful negotiations, the employers came in this week with proposals that would push us backwards; cutting pay, cutting premiums and cutting seniority and scheduling. Many of these same proposals caused strike votes in Colorado last month and are the cause of a current strike with 31,000 grocery store workers across New England.

In earlier sessions, we were able to set a more positive tone and the employers showed more respect, including an earlier than usual receipt of a Fred Meyer GM proposal. We hope the employers return with respectful proposals on April 24. We are not going backward here in Washington.  We are going forward because we need better wages, better benefits, better scheduling, better staffing and better training.

We believe that grocery store workers are the ones who make our companies successful. In past bargains we have improved wages, secured protections for health and pension plans and made other improvements in our contracts. But we still have a long way to go to make grocery store work a job you can live with.

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Cut Pay or Raise it?

We need better pay not less. That’s why we officially rejected the proposals by the employers this week that would cut pay for thousands of workers and eliminate the right we fought for in 2013 to make sure every step of the pay scale has an increase— no matter what happens with the minimum wage.

Cut Staffing Protections, or Improve them?

We need better staffing and scheduling, not deeper cuts to an already broken system. That’s why we rejected the employer proposals to either cut or eliminate premium pay in our contract (6th day, Holiday, and night premiums). And we rejected their proposal to push more work onto courtesy and helper clerks and reduce hours for higher paid staff. Instead of cutting, we want more protections for improved staffing.

Cut Scheduling Protections or Improve them?

We need better scheduling not cuts. Currently the best scheduling protections are in our meat department contracts with more PTO and daily seniority.  We should have scheduling protections like this for all grocery store workers. Instead of making improvements for everyone, the employers propose to cut the meat department’s current scheduling rights.

We are fighting for better jobs for all of us. 

We have already made specific proposals on:

  1. Improved Workplace Safety

  2. Improved Job Training and Career Advancement

  3. Improved Scheduling

Taking Action

“The way we push back against proposals like the ones made this week and make progress to actually improve our jobs and workplaces is through action. This week we started our breaks actions at Fred Meyer and will move on to Safeway, QFC and Albertsons in coming weeks. We’ve been having larger CAT Meetings than ever before. And we’re standing in solidarity with the 31,000 striking Stop and Shop workers in New England.” -Union Member Bargaining Team

YOUR GROCERY STORE BARGAINING TEAM:

Amy Dayley Angell, QFC #891 (Ballard), Front End Checker

Cassy Wolle, Fred Meyer - Port Orchard #655 (Grocery), CCK Checker

Scott Shiflett, QFC #838 (Inglewood), Meat Cutter

Christina Harris, Fred Meyer - Lake City #179 (Grocery), Bakery Clerk

Cliff Powers, Safeway #402 (Oak Harbor), Produce Clerk

Eleanor Knight, Albertsons #4483 (Auburn), 4th PIC

Irene Garcia, Fred Meyer - Auburn #19 (Retail), Home Clerk

Jeannette Randall, Safeway #1923 (Roxbury), Front End Checker

Jeff Smith, Fred Meyer - Snohomish #681 (Retail), Non-food receiving Clerk

J'Nee DeLancey, Town & Country #211 (Ballard), Beer/Wine Manager

Jordan Washington, QFC #803 (Meridian), Deli Clerk

Kyong Barry, Albertsons #483 (S Auburn), Front End Supervisor

Maggie Breshears, Fred Meyer - Greenwood #122 (Grocery), Personal Shopper

Maroot Nanakul, Safeway #464 (Bear Creek), Front End Checker

Michaela Strain, QFC #819 (Bothell), Meat Wrapper

Paul Ames Reinhold, Metropolitan Market #157 (Uptown), Cheese Kiosk Clerk

Richard Waits, Haggen #15 (Burlington), Deli Clerk

Robin Hillistad, QFC #858 (N Seattle), HR Specialist

Sam Dancy, QFC #825 (Westwood Village), Front End Supervisor

Sue Wilmot, Safeway #1252 (Bainbridge Island), Front End Checker

Wendy Garrett-Drake, Albertsons #469 (Mukilteo), Personnel Coordinator/Bookkeeper

Wil Peterson, Fred Meyer - Everett #95 (Grocery), CCK Checker

Todd Crosby, Organizing Director, UFCW International

Faye Guenther, Acting President, UFCW 21

Steve Chandler, Principal Officer Teamsters 38

Joe Mizrahi, Staff Director, UFCW 21

Mia Contreras, Executive Vice President, UFCW 21

Tammi Brady, Recording Secretary, Teamsters 38

Samantha Kantak, Executive Assistant, Teamsters 38

Jim McGuinness, Attorney, UFCW 21 and Teamsters 38

Grocery Store Bargain: May Contract Action Team Meetings

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May, 2019 Grocery Store Bargain Contract Action Team Meetings are organized by Rep., Members are welcome to attend any CAT meeting. To RSVP or if you have questions contact your Union Representative.

Rep Tim Phelan
206-436-6515

Thursday, May 2, 2019
12:30–1:30pm
New Castle Public Library
12901 Newcastle Way, Newcastle

Wednesday, May 8, 2019
7:30–8:30am
6:30–7:30pm
Kent Commons
Mill Creek Rm
525 4th Ave N, Kent WA 98032

Tuesday, May 7, 2019
5:30– 6:30pm     
Renton Community Center
Renton Community Center
1715 SE Maple Valley Highway Renton WA 98057 

Rep Teri Jackson
206-436-6551

Sunday, May 5, 2019
11:30am-12:30pm
1:30-2:30pm
Federal Way library
Meeting room 1
34200 1st Way S, Federal Way, WA 98003

Wednesday, May 8, 2019
7:30-8:30am
6:30-7:30pm
Kent Commons
Mill Creek Rm
525 4th Ave N, Kent WA 98032

Rep Bill Roberts
360-419-4665

Wednesday, May 8, 2019
10am- 12pm
Lynden Starbucks, 8082 Guide Meridian Ave. #101, Lynden

Wednesday, May 8, 2019
4-6pm
Round Table Pizza at Sunset Square, Bellingham
1145 E Sunset Dr. #135, Bellingham, WA

 

Rep Tim Moisio
360-662-1989

Tuesday, May 7, 2019
5-6pm
Jefferson County Library,
9514, 620 Cedar Ave
Port Hadlock WA 98339

Wednesday, May 8, 2019
5-6pm
Port Orchard Library,
87 Sidney Ave
Port Orchard WA 98366

 

Rep Derrick Edens
206-436-6529

Monday, May 6, 2019
5:00-6:00pm
Southwest Branch of The Seattle Public Library
9010 35th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98126

Tuesday, May 7, 2019
5:30-6:30pm
Burien Library
400 SW 152nd St. Burien, WA 98166

 

Rep Leroy Taylor
360-662-1986

Wednesday, May 8, 2019
4-5pm
Silverdale UFCW21 office
3888 NW Randall Way, Suite 105
Silverdale WA 98383

 

Rep Kristina Storm
360-419-4667

Thursday, May 9, 2019
12-1pm
Alfys Pizza (upstairs)
916 SE Bayshore Drive 
Oak Harbor, WA

Thursday, May 9, 2019
6-7pm
UFCW Local 21
1510 N 18th Street
Mount Vernon, WA

 

Rep Ariana Davis
206-436-6586

Monday, May 6, 2019
4:30-5:30pm
Cap Hill Library
425 Harvard Ave E, Seattle, WA 98102

Tuesday, May 7, 2019
5:30-6:30pm
Renton Community Center
1715 Maple Valley Hwy, Renton, WA 98057

Thursday, May 9, 2019
5:30-6:30pm
Rainier Beach Library
9125 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118

Rep Tonya Burnett
360-662-1985

Wednesday, May 8, 2019
5:30-7:00pm
Westside pizza
612 S. Lincoln St
Port Angeles, WA, 98362

Rep Monica Bryant
206-436-6527

Tuesday, May 7, 2019
4:30-6:00pm w/Ariana Davis
Capitol Hill library 
425 Harvard Ave E Seattle, WA 98102 

Wednesday, May 8, 2019
6-8pm w/Bruce Le
Phinney Ridge Community Center
Room 31 Blue Building
6532 Phinney Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103

Rep Bruce Le
206-436-6540

Wednesday, May 8, 2019
6-8pm w/ Monica Byrant
Phinney Ridge Community Center
Room 31 Blue Building
6532 Phinney Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103

Tuesday, May 7, 2019
2-4pm
Greenwood Library
8016 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103

Rep Adrian Noel
360-419-4677

Tuesday, May 7, 2019
6-7pm
Alfys Pizza Marysville
9330 State Ave, Marysville, WA 98270 

Thursday, May 9, 2019
6-7pm
Alfys Pizza Monroe
19121 US-2, Monroe, WA 98272

 

Amy Dayley
206-436-6563

Tuesday, May 7, 2019
6pm
Kingsgate library
12315 NE 143rd St Kirkland

Rep Tae Abraham
206-436-6526

Thursday, May 2, 2019 
12:30-1:30pm
Sammamish Library 
825 228th Ave SE, Sammamish, WA 98075

Tuesday, May 7, 2019
5- 6pm 
Kingsgate library in Kirkland 
12315 NE 143rd St., Kirklan, WA

 

Rep Evelyn Orantes-Fogel
206-436-6520

Monday, May 6, 2019
6-7pm
Alfy’s 2317 Broadway, Everett, WA 98201

Thursday, May 9, 2019
3-4pm w/Regan McBride
Lynnwood Library 19200 44th Ave W, Lynnwood, WA 98036

 

Rep Regan McBride
206-436-6510

Tuesday, May 7, 2019
4-5:30pm
Lake City Library
12501 28th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98125

Thursday, May 9, 2019
11-12:30 & 3-4:30
Shoreline Library
345 NE 175th St, Shoreline, WA 98155

 

Rep David Barnes
206-436-6591

Tuesday, May 7, 2019
6:30-7:30pm
Can Am Pizza 
2125 Bel-Red Road 
Redmond, WA 98052

Wednesday, May 8, 2019
5:30-6:30pm
Bellevue Library (Meeting Room 1)
1111 110th Avenue NE
Bellevue WA 98004

 

Rep Monica Smith
206-436-6524

Monday, May 6, 2019
10:30am-12:30pm Drop by anytime
Maple Valley Library
21844 SE 248th PL
Maple Valley, WA  

Monday, May 6, 2019
3:30-5:30pm Drop by anytime
Covington Library
27100 164th Ave SE,
Covington, WA

Wednesday, May 8, 2019
7:30-8:30am (Coffee and Donuts Meeting)
6:30-7:30pm (Light Snacks)
Kent Commons
525 4th Ave North
Kent, WA