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Resident Spotlight on: Pat Sanders

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By Nelda Zaballos, Bayview Resident Pat Sanders went to Seattle elementary schools and graduated from Seattle University and the University of Washington.  She gave her life to teaching deaf and hard of hearing children.  She traveled to Alaska and spent nine years teaching deaf elementary school children general studies. Loving the outdoors, Pat and her… Read More

Get Out Your Giggle!

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The Hub at Bayview is hosting a monthly “Stand Up” comedy program featuring Hub members, Bayview residents, and other special guests. Do you have a joke to share? An anecdote to tell? A funny story you heard? This is the place to share! One minute or five minutes – it’s up to you! Laughter is… Read More

Holistic Chess at the Hub: Check Out The Chess Club

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Starting on Monday, November 17th at 10:00 a.m., please join us for a trial four-week series at the Hub! Chess has long been known for its ability to sharpen the mind and maintain mental heath. Recent studies have linked chess to the prevention of Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementia. By engaging and integrating different regions… Read More

“A POE-pourri of Halloween Horror Stories” at the Hub on Oct. 29th

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What could be more apro-POE for Halloween than some of the best chilling tales from the master of horror and terror, Edgar Allan Poe?    His very name conjures up the phantasmagoric thrills of the annual autumnal celebration! “A POE-pourri of Halloween Horror Stories” features dramatic-recitations completely from memory of classic Poe tales, selected from… Read More

Historically Speaking: Counterbalance Square

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by Catharine Morgan, Bayview Resident What an odd name for a park.  Why, I wondered, did the City give the new little park that name?  The dictionary says a counterbalance is: 1.  A weight used to balance another weight. 2.  Any force or influence that balances or off sets another. Okay. I located one key… Read More