Monday, April 14, 2008

New Blog Contributor & SBOC Event

Maria Ramirez, the Executive Director of Campana Quetzal, has agreed to join this blog as a contributor.

She will make her first post soon, but meanwhile, here's an upcoming Secondary Bilingual Orientation Center she is involved with as well:
The Seattle School District’s school for newly arrive immigrant and refugee youth will host a community Open House on Saturday, April 19, from 2:30-5:00. The Secondary Bilingual Orientation Center (SBOC) is at the corner of Boston and 4th “Ave. N. on top of Queen Anne Hill.

See http://www.seattleschools.org/schools/secboc/index.htm for more details.


anonymous said...

Welcome, Maria....it will be great to hear from you.

David said...

This is wonderful news! I'll be looking for your articles, and you can expect your friend from the 36th to chime in.

MGR said...

I'm looking forward to this new opportunity and hope to post something soon.

In the meantime, please do join us at the Secondary Bilingual Orientation Center for the SBOC Community Open House and Art Show, next Saturday, April 19th, from 2:00 to 5:00 pm.
411 Boston St., Queen Anne, Seattle, 98109

Translations aren't necessary to enjoy multimedia art, musch and dance performances.

It's a great way to spend a rainy Saturday afternoon!

Thank you so much.
Gracias. Mahad Sanid. Cám O’n. Xie Xie. Amesegenalehu. Yekeniyeley. Galatomaa. Salamat. Aw Kun. Fa’a Fetai.


MGR said...

Oops! I meant to say 'music' and not musch.

seattle citizen said...

If the wonderful artwork in the Tully's on QA and Boston is any indication, the SBOC students have both a great art teacher and lots of talent!