SoCoCulture's Magazine

SoCo Meeting Notes – 9-20-2022

SoCo Meeting Notes – 9-20-2022

Mary Fertakis of M Fertakis Consulting was the featured speaker at SoCoCulture's 9/20/2022 meeting at the Tukwila Community Center. This was a profoundly helpful presentation, loaded with local historical insight, about reimagining and regrounding the work of boards...

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SoCoCulture Strategic Plan 2022-2024

SOCOCULTURE STRATEGIC PLAN – 2022-2024 In the 21st Century, South King County has become one of the most diverse centers of humanity anywhere in the world – we are home to people whose ancestors have lived in this region since time immemorial, to brand-new arrivals...

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RACIAL EQUITY MATTERS Resource List

RACIAL EQUITY MATTERS Resource List

This list is provided in conjunction with SoCoCulture's September 16, 2020 membership meeting on Racial Equity Matters. Browse through and follow up on the programs, activities and readings that are of most interest to you. SoCo members can use these materials as the...

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Historic buildings tell the story of early Kent

Historic buildings tell the story of early Kent

It turns out that walls DO talk, after all! In an effort spearheaded by Kent Landmarks Commissioner Nancy Simpson and supported by the Greater Kent Historical Society and the Kent Downtown Partnership, with technical assistance supplied by Industry Sign & Graphics...

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Trekker “captures” Soos Creek Botanical Garden

Trekker “captures” Soos Creek Botanical Garden

by Dianna Marshall Google Street View is a technology featured in Google Maps and Google Earth that provides panoramic views from positions along many streets in the world. Street View was launched in 2007 in several cities in the United States and has since expanded...

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What Works – South King County Public Art Symposium

What Works – South King County Public Art Symposium

Artists, city electeds and staff, and developers from around South King County gathered in Federal Way at The Greenline (former Weyerhaeuser headquarters) on September 22 to share ideas about how to encourage more public art projects in South King County, and how to...

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