As we start 2013, the value of time is on my mind. This year we are celebrating our 25th anniversary. I am encouraged by what has been accomplished in a quarter of a century and astounded by the possibilities of Continue reading
As we celebrate the holiday season with loved ones, neighbors and friends, lets not forget the brave men and women who are serving overseas this time of year and their family members who are missing them at this time. Whether Continue reading
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Powerlifter and SHAG resident Winifred Pristell just got back from competing on the world stage in Las Vegas for the World Association of Benchers and Deadlifters! Winifred earned three medals, breaking 2 of her own state records. At the competition Continue reading
Close to one hundred residents turned out to yesterday’s Arrowhead Gardens’ transportation fair. The fair featured community partners from King County such as King County Metro, the YMCA and Senior Services. Residents were able to learn about developing a ride Continue reading
In this month where we traditionally give thanks, SHAG couldn’t be more grateful for the donation made by King County Councilmember Larry Phillips to our residents in North Seattle. Today Councilmember Phillips handed over the keys to the donated van Continue reading
SHAG is proud to have the author Kazuko Kuramoto as a new resident at Victoria Park. Kazuko has been living at SHAG for 6 months and enjoys meeting new friends in the community and participating in the many activities that Continue reading
SHAG is very thankful for the tremendous donation of two vans made possible by Metropolitan King County Council Members Larry Phillips and Joe McDermott and King County Metro. The vans will be instrumental in developing ride share programs in our Continue reading
Flu shots are an important part of reducing the chance you will get the flu and they help to reduce the spread of the virus in your community. Flu season lasts from the fall through the spring. The CDC says Continue reading
Stuart Anderson stands with SHAG Executive Director Jay Woolford during a recent visit.[/caption]
Stuart Anderson, a friend of SHAG and the founder of Black Angus Steakhouse, visited with SHAG Executive Director Jay Woolford today. Stuart is doing well and is enjoying his retirement in Palm Springs!
He reminisced with Jay about his ranch in Ellensburg and about the start of Black Angus Steakhouse. Did you know the Ellensburg ranch at one point had a herd of 1000 cattle?
In his retirement, Stuart says he has recently been very interested in following the game of tennis. He is also looking forward to celebrating his 90th birthday this November!