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Month: April 2018


Kids Are the Experts On Youth Experience

Filed Under: Vibrant Community - Posted @ 9:53am

PHOTO: via Lisa Monet Photography   What would you do for kids if you were mayor? Tacoma’s Mayor Victoria Woodards posed that question to a group of students from Fawcett Elementary School during the Symposium On Our Youngest Citizens, hosted by the Children’s Museum of Tacoma on April 12th. The students spoke with the Mayor and > Continue Reading


Hijinks and Insights from the GTCF Community Calendar

Filed Under: Uncategorized - Posted @ 12:30pm

Last month, local organizations shared over 35 events on our GTCF Community Calendar.  We recognize that it takes a lot of work to put on events like these, so we asked organizations to let us know how their events went, and what they learned along the way. Below are responses written by event organizers: Tacoma > Continue Reading


Expanded Learning Opportunities Help Students Develop Leadership Skills

Filed Under: Uncategorized - Posted @ 4:06pm

Hundreds of students packed the gymnasium at First Creek Middle School on March 30 for the 7th Seeds of Peace Youth Summit. The one-day event is organized and run by student leaders from the Eagle Center after-school program. This year’s event featured presentations from local experts, interactive workshops, musical performances, skits, and a variety of activities > Continue Reading