10/3 1st Wed HH, Canterbury Ales, Seattle
10/9 2nd Tues Arts and Cider, Schillings Cider
10/13 Book Club, Beetle Cafe, Seattle
10/17 3rd Wed HH, Peddler's Brewery, Seattle
10/25 Eats Out, Harbor City Restaurant, Seattle
1st Wednesday HH: Join us 10/3 for the monthly Pub Quiz at Canterbury Ales in Cap Hill, 534 15th Ave E. Quiz starts at 7 PM.
Second Tuesday Arts & Cider on 10/9 from 6-8 PM at Schillings Cider House in Fremont. Schillings does not have food, but you can bring your own. 708 N 34th St
3rd Wednesday HH: Join us 10/17 in Ballard at Peddler's Brewery at 5-8. Enjoy a fresh pint! 1514 NW Leary Way
RSVP before noon the day of the event on Facebook or email so we can get enough seats. Always looking for new places for a crowd so email your suggestions.
The next book club meeting is 10/13, 3-5 PM at Beetle Cafe, 4224 University Way NE. We will discuss Lola's House by M. Evelina Galang.
Please vote here for the 2019 books. Deadline is 11/30.
Thursday, 10/25 at 7pm
Fall is upon us, so let's warm up with Dim Sum! Harbor City Restaurant is a straight forward, very popular dim sum staple in the International District, serving classic eats via menu and roaming carts. No dim sum experience needed, just a willingness to order based on key words, faith, and aesthetics. Those with dim sum experience, please come and help the rest of us order. Please RSVP to email@example.com and let us know to expect you. We may not be able to accommodate drop-ins.
SEAPAX Calendar and Notecard Sale
We have both the traditional and beautiful 2019 International calendars and peace-themed notecard sets that we have carried in the past, along with a new product, perpetual calendars which are great for remembering important dates that occur each year.
$12 for international calendars, $8 for note card sets, and $10 for perpetual calendars. They will be available at many SEAPAX events as well as through our website.
Seattle Repertory Theatre
You are invited to a stage production of A Thousand Splendid Suns (Oct 5-Nov 10) by the Afghan Cultural Consultant for Seattle Repertory Theatre. For 20% off, enter "SUNS" in the discount code area when purchasing tickets.
2019 Board Meetings
Members of the SEAPAX community are always welcome to join our board meetings at Antioch University. Here is the 2019 schedule to save on your calendar.
- January 6, 2019
- March 3, 2019
- May 5, 2019
- July 7, 2019
- September 8, 2019
- November 3, 201
NEW AND CONTRIBUTING MEMBERS
John L, Dominican Republic 2013-2015
Maria Z, Nepal 2013-2015
Dashiell H, Ethiopia & Liberia 2015-2018
Claire M, Guatemala 2010-2012
Paquita E, Mongolia 2016-2018
Shelby J, Philippines 2004-2006
Mia K, Belize 2016-2018
Sophia G, Togo 1998-2000
Andrew S, South Africa 2011-2013
Sara C B, Nicaragua 2002-2004
Jim & Carolyn H, Sierra Leone 1982-1984, Micronesia 1992-1994, Kazakhstan 1995-1997*
Patricia M, Romania 2004-2006*
Arlene M, Mauritania 1977-1978, Ukraine 1992-1993*
Kieth A, The Gambia 2014-2016*
Jacqueline P, Fiji 1972-1974*
Calendar Look Ahead
11/4 Annual Board Retreat, Antioch U, Seattle
12/9 SEAPAX Holiday Party, Seattle
Top Up Contributions
After 6 months of experience with the new Top Up contributions, we have tweaked the guidelines. Please visit the website and let’s keep on the giving path. Small Grants are available for local or international projects.
Apply for Grants
Ask non-profits in your network if they need a small grant and encourage them to apply! Check out the details and applications on the SEAPAX website under the Grants tab.
The Sam Farr and Nick Castle Peace Corps Act of 2018 was passed by the Senate and will now be sent to the President for his signature. You may recall that Nick Castle was a Peace Corps volunteer who lost his life at age 23 due to inadequate health care while serving in China in 2013. According to an inspector general report, it was determined that flaws in the medical care Nick received and the response to his illness contributed to his death.
While not all the provisions the Health Justice for Peace Corps Volunteers (HJPCV) affiliate group lobbied for were included in the bill, Glenn Blumhorst, President of NPCA, believes "critical reforms" will contribute to increased transparency for prospective applicants, stronger requirements for overseas health care personnel, and continued support for Peace Corps survivors of sexual assault or other forms
Follow this link to read the legislation and press releases regarding the bill.
SEAPAX Holiday Party
Tom Miller, SEAPAX Vice President, has once again generously offered to host this year's holiday party. All are welcome, but please be sure to RSVP. Street parking is available, but carpooling recommended. We look forward to celebrating the holiday season together!
When: Sunday, 12/9 3pm-6pm
Where: Private home in West Seattle. RSVP for the address
RSVP: Please send number of guests to firstname.lastname@example.org
Potluck Item: Food or drink item. Please bring a label and serving utensils. SEAPAX will provide wine/beer and non-alcoholic beverages.
Pictures from the Regional Camp Out
Paulette and Maria, two former SEAPAX officers at the regional camp out.