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Meetings & Events

PSARA Environmental Committee: 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m., Thursday, November 2,  WA State Labor Council office, 321 16th Ave. S, Seattle. All welcome.

PSARA Government Relations Committee: 1 p.m.–2:30 p.m., Thursday, November 2, Seattle Labor Temple, Room 226, 2800 1st Ave. All welcome.

PSARA Fundraising Committee: 11am, Tuesday,  November 7, at  at 10:30am at the PSARA office at the Seattle Labor Temple, Room 262, 2800 First Ave. All are welcome. Questions? contact Karen at kerichter100@gmail.com

PSARA  Diversity Committee:   Thursday, November 16 at 11am to noon. WA State Labor Council office, 321 16th Ave. S, Seattle. All welcome.

PSARA Education Committee: To Be Announced, Washington State Labor Council office, 321 16th Ave. S. We will discuss our work to expand outreach with the PSARA workshop, “Making Retirement Security Real for All Generations.”

PSARA Executive Board Meeting: 12:30p.m. – 3 p.m., Thursday, November 16,  Seattle office WA State Labor Council, 321 16 Avenue S., Seattle. All are welcome.

Green Lake Library Hot Topics for Seniors: Thursday, November 9.  Noon to 1:30pm:  Topic: Clearing Space — The Liberating Effect of Both Physical and Emotional downsizing. Brown Bag Lunch. for information contact Susan at sjlevy.01@gmail.com

West Seattle Hot Topics for Seniors & Senior Wannabes: Noon – 1:30 p.m., Wednesday, November 1, Southwest Library, 9010 35th Ave. SW, Seattle, 98126 (35th & Henderson). Topic: Getting Your Voices Heard.  Brown bag lunch

PSARA Legislative Conference: 1pm – 3pm. Tuesday, November 21, Machinist Hall, at 9125 15th Pl. S., Seattle.  Please see details in November Advocate.  Register by emailing govrelations@psara.org or call the PSARA office at 206-448-9646

Save the Date!  Saturday, December 9, 1pm  We will present a CARE Documentary, a moving story of long-term care workers and the people they care for.  Washington State Labor Council office 321 16th Ave. S., Seattle  Watch for details in the December Advocate.