Highland Terrace January 2019 News
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Friday, Jan. 11
6pm - 8:30pm

(see information below)

Vote on revised HTNA Bylaws

Highland Terrace Elementary School Cafeteria, 100 N. 160th St.
Friday, January 11 from 6pm to 8:30pm
4th Annual Bingo-for-Books
Potluck and bingo/book swap.  Fun and prizes for all ages.
Bring a potluck dish to share and a book to donate (new or used).
The book you bring can be for adults, teens or children.
Please come join your neighbors for this chance to reconnect, share some food, exchange interesting books, and play some fun games.  For the past few years the Highland Terrace Neighborhood Association has hosted Bingo-for-Books taking advantage of the warmth of the Highland Terrace Elementary cafeteria.  Community members of all ages contribute to a potluck meal, bring favorite used books, and play creative rounds of Bingo - where the winners take home favorite new-to-them books.  Dessert and special prizes round out the evening - so don't miss out on the fun as we gather for this winter-time celebration of neighborliness.  
For more information email Kathleen
Location: Highland Terrace Elementary School Cafeteria, 100 N. 160th St.

HTNA Bylaws Update

The volunteer subcommittee has updated the Highland Terrace Neighborhood Association Bylaws.  Review proposed Bylaws here.  Revisions are highlighted.   A vote on these proposed changes will take place at the Bingo-for-Books event on January 11. 
Yum Yum Thai Restaurant is open every day for dine-in and take-out. Owned by Yoyo (in photo) and George, this cheerful and friendly restaurant offers a wide variety of Thai noodles, curries, soups and favorite entrees. Popular dishes include Kao Soi Gai (Yoyo's Mother's recipe), Kua Gai Noodle, and Chicken Cashew. Two favorite curries are Paneng Curry and Mussaman Curry which can be ordered with chicken, pork or tofu (fresh or fried), or "slow-cooked" beef, a popular choice.  Beverages include Thai ice tea and coffee, tropical fruit drinks, soft drinks, beer and wine. No MSG. Hours: Monday - Friday lunch served 11am to 3pm; dinner 3pm to 9pm.  Saturday Noon to 9pm; Sunday Noon to 8pm.  
Location: 900 N. 160th St. at Linden. Delivery by ubereats.   See the menu and place take-out orders at: Yum Yum Thai 
Telephone 206-362-1933.  
CERT Training Program: sign-up by January 11
 Community Emergency Response Team
Highland Terrace Neighborhood Association is organizing a free basic CERT training program with the City of Shoreline Emergency Management Division starting early Spring 2019.  Learn basic disaster response skills including fire safety, light search and rescue, and disaster medical response.  CERT training is seven sessions: five evening sessions, approximately three hours each session; and, two Saturdays (9am - 3pm each Saturday). Upon graduating from CERT training, participants are lifetime CERT members. Emergency gear is included with training.  If interested, contact Kyrie by January 11.
Recycling opportunities: recycling in Shoreline offers advice on where to recycle appliances, batteries, furniture, construction debris, electronics, and more. Suggestions are listed for paper shredding services and where to drop off expired prescriptions or OTC medications.  Free recycling of fluorescent tubes and bulbs, styrofoam blocks and packing peanuts, and small electronics (less than 2'x2'x2') and more can be dropped off at the Recology Store, 15235 Aurora Ave. N.  Hours: Tues - Sat 10am to 6pm; Sun 11am to 5pm. Contact the Recology Store by email or call 206-417-3877.

Report issues with SeeClickFix (non-emergency only)
Use your phone or computer to report these issues:
Potholes, traffic sign problems, graffiti, trail maintenance, sidewalk issues, vegetation and tree issues, abandoned vehicles, litter and illegal dumping.
On SeeClickFix you can also view what has recently been reported.
Another reporting option is to call the Customer Response Team at 206-801-2700.

Reminder to license your pet
For additional information about adopting a pet, how to re-home a pet, and pet disaster preparedness go to King County pet information website.

Adopt-A-Road or Trail Program.  In 2019, help reduce litter by adopting a roadside/trailside. For more information go to Adopt-a-Road Program or contact Robert Crozier at 206-801-2260 or email

A selection of links and events happening in Shoreline in January.  

Shoreline Library Events
See events at Shoreline and Richmond Beach libraries.

Shoreline/Lake Forest Park Senior Center Calendar of Events

City of Shoreline Calendar

Here are some highlights:

Friday, January 11
from 6pm to 8:30pm
Bring a potluck and a book (adult, teen, or child/new or used) to share.  A fun evening   for the entire family and community.  Sponsored by the Highland Terrace Neighborhood Association (HTNA).
Location: Highland Terrace Elementary School Cafeteria, 100 N. 160th St.  
For more information, email Kathleen

Library Game Day
Sunday, January 6 from Noon to 3pm
An afternoon of board games, card games, and dice games, for all ages. There will be tables filled with games to try. Bring your friends and family or meet new people.  Local game developers are invited to bring their games for play testing. 
Location: Shoreline Library, 345 NE 175th St., Shoreline
Sponsored by the Friends of the Shoreline Library.
For more information, call 206-362-7550.

Wisdom Cafe: Who is Your Family?
Tuesday, January 8, 2pm to 3pm

We often assume older people have or have had partners, children and grandchildren, and belong to "typical" families.  But our assumptions can be wrong, and people can feel hurt and excluded.  What determines "family" for you?  Facilitated by Dori Gillam, Board Chair, Northwest Center for Creative Aging. Sponsored by the Friends of the Richmond Beach Library. Location: Richmond Beach Library, 19601 21st Avenue NW

Entry to Apprenticeship Workshop
Tuesday, January 8, 7pm to 8pm
Presented by Jerry Jordan, American Apprenticeship Initiative Grant Navigator, Renton Technical College.  Are you interested in a career and not just a job?  Would you like to earn while you learn?  Have you considered an apprenticeship?  This workshop will introduce you to numerous trades that offer apprenticeship programs to train future skilled workers. Information includes: defining apprenticeship programs; benefits of an apprenticeship; minimum requirements; required documents; application process; selection process and timeline. Find out if an apprenticeship is for you.
Location: Richmond Beach Library, 19601 21st Avenue NW

MLK Program with Live Paint
Saturday, January 12, 10:30am to 11:15am
Family program, all ages welcome.
Presented by Cindy Arnold of Live Paint.
Learn about the big words of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. This program combines storytelling, theater arts and creative writing to create a unique experience that will inspire, empower, educate and entertain.
Location: Shoreline Library, 345 NE 175th St., Shoreline
Sponsored by the Friends of the Shoreline Library
For more information, call 206-362-7550.

Martin Luther King, Jr. National Holiday
Monday, January 21

Shoreline Community College, Post Offices, Federal and City offices, schools and libraries are closed.

Living the Dream, Dreaming the Life: Edwin Pratt in the 21st Century
Saturday, January 26, 6:30pm to 9pm
In partnership with the Black Heritage Society of Washington State, the City of Shoreline Public Art Program presents an exhibition of artwork inspired by the life and ideas of Edwin Pratt, the civil rights pioneer who lived in Shoreline. Celebrate the legacy of Edwin Pratt with literary readings and presentations in the City Hall lobby from 6:30pm-7:30pm, food & beverages, and art exhibit on the third floor.
Location: Shoreline City Hall, 17500 Midvale Ave. N.


Volunteer Opportunities with HTNA

If you are interested in volunteering, please contact us for more details.
  • Join the HNTA Board!  Build community by organizing events, communicating information to residents, and making improvements around the neighborhood. Elections coming up in April!
  • Get together with neighbors on your block to plan for emergencies, form a Block Watch, or organize a block party.
  • We are starting to organize informal meet-ups to facilitate people with similar interests getting to know each other.  If you would like to organize one - let us know!
For more information about how to get involved with the neighborhood, please visit the HTNA website or contact us at
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