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Gathering to Celebrate the life of Alla Chikh
Share your stories, memories and contributions of Alla. This event is open to all, whether you knew Alla well or you’d just like to provide support for her colleagues in the Library.
When: Thursday, July 19 at 2 p.m.
Where: Library Boardroom (5th floor)
If you’d like to contribute to the baskets for Alla’s two children, here are some recommendations:
- Personal written memories or notes
- Mementos of Alla
- Books suitable for a 12 year old girl
- Legos suitable for a 5 year old boy
- Gift cards (Target, Barnes & Noble, Fred Meyers, various grocery stores)
Light appetizers and refreshments will be available.
Contact or Francesca Fender for more information.
Campus Community Potluck
Join your co-workers and feel free to bring a side to share. Please come regardless of if you have something to contribute or not. There is always enough. There is no agenda for this potluck, just food – folks – fun!
When: Tuesday, August 14 from 1 – 2 p.m.
Where: Outside on the grass between Building 8 and 25
There is a community potluck donation box. If you’d like to participate but don’t have food to share for the potluck, you may bring a donation that will help with purchasing potluck supplies. Excess donations will be donated to the Highline Community Pantry.
Mosby Named President of Highline College
Dr. John Mosby has been named the next president of Highline College. During a special meeting May 31, the college’s Board of Trustees voted unanimously on the selection.
Highline Community Pantry
Visit the pantry and to get grab and go meals, fresh fruit and veggies, food demos, hygiene products, and community resource information. The Community Pantry is open to all with a valid Highline ID.