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					                                        High Point „Zine
                                  Content Outline—Revision #2

March 31, 2005


Target: We will be looking for 24 to 26 two-page (200-300 word articles).
Contacts: See additional contacts at end of page

Story 1:         Welcome to West Seattle
Writer:               TK
Contacts/Sources:      Mayor Greg Nickels (via John Franklin via Virginia)
Content:

   Mayor‘s personal perspective

   Economic vibrancy

   True neighborhood lifestyle

   A long history of people never leaving or coming back

Story 2:               Water Taxi
Writer:                TK
Contacts/Sources:
Content:

   Take a trip from Alki to the Seattle Waterfront

Story 3:               Diaries of High Point
Writer:                TK
Contacts/Sources:      Gary Thomson, Chief Sealth High
Content:

   How kids made movies

   Story lines, trilogy: History, The Making of High Point, Moving In

   How to get a DVD or where to view (on the High Point website)

Story 4:               Edens Lost and Found PBS Documentary
Writer:                TK
Contacts/Sources:      From Tom (film crew back in April). We‘ll want to tag along
Content:

   Overview
                                                                                         Update: 9/2/11
   Why High Point

   When it will be premiered

Story 5:              Cooper School
Writer:               TK
Contacts/Sources:     Paul Fischberg (DNDA) http://www.dnda.org/
Content:

   1910 school on Delridge

   Transforming to a community art center/performance center/artist housing

Story 6:              High Point Overview
Writer:               AD
Contacts/Sources:     Tom, Peg Staley, SVR Design, Kathy Dwillim 206-223-0326
Content:
This will be at least four pages, as we will incorporate a strong Built Green, Breathe Easy and
Sustainable development angle

   A look at the master plan

   Award winning

   Built Green not only the homes are Built Green

   Pond

   Parks

   Breathe Easy

   Neighborhood amenities

   Views

   Natural drainage system

Story 6- A:           Breathe Easy Homes
Writer:               TK

Contacts/Sources:     James Krieger, MD, MPH
                      Chief, Epidemiology, Planning and Evaluation Unit
                      Public Health–Seattle & King County
                      999 Third Ave, Suite 1200
                      Seattle, WA 98104
                      (206) 296-6817
                      (206) 205-5314 fax

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                                                                                      Update: 9/2/11
                       james.krieger@metrokc.gov <mailto:james.krieger@metrokc.gov>
                       www.metrokc.gov/health <http://www.metrokc.gov/health>

Content:

   Teresa will attend the April 2 ―orientation‖

   Goals

   How the Breathe Easy homes will work

   Expected positive outcomes

   Importance of a healthy home for asthma sufferers

   Above and beyond commitment of High Point to issues of sustainable development and
    building.

Story 7:               West Seattle Community Activist
Writer:                TK
Contacts/Sources:      Patti Mullins
                       Vivian McLean 932-6169 – Active in Longfellow Creek, Arts West Board
Content:

   A personality/resident that typifies West Seattle

   Community activist, business or education leader

   Lives and works in West Seattle

   Maybe involved in restoration of Long Fellow creek since it‘s so important to High Point

Story 8:               Breathe Easy homes
Writer:                TK
Contacts/Sources:      Dr. Jim Kreager, KC Public Health
Content:

   UW & KC docs and ALA officials.

   Long-range approach to improving indoor air quality

   Teresa will tour homes on 4/2

Story 9:               West Seattle Forever
Writer:                TK
Contacts/Sources:      Elizabeth Stubblefield 464-6950 wk or 937-4892 hm
Content:

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   Alternatives: Terry Williams, Architect: Art Wolfe, Photographer; Gerry Kingen (founder or
    Red Robin, owners of Salty‘s.)

Story 10:             West Seattle Heroes
Writer:               TK


Contacts/Sources:
Principal returns to alma mater
John Boyd
Principal
Sealth High School
206.252.8555

- County Councilmember represents his home district
Dow Constantine
KC Councilmember
296-1008

Content:

Story 11:             West Seattle‟s “Neighborhood” flavor
Writer:               TK
Contacts/Sources:     TBD
Content:

   How West Seattle is made up of distinct neighborhoods.

   Feature Alki and Junction in separate pieces (see following stories)

   High Point

   Junction

   Alki

   Admiral

   Fauntleroy (including End ‗o Line)

   Delridge

   Morgan

   Westwood

Story 12:             The Junction (feature) Patti Mullins 932.5685/ Also cover Westwood
                      Village

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Writer:                TK
Contacts/Sources:      Kay Napton
Content:

   An exploration of the shopping, dining, etc. of the Junction.

   Paint a bigger picture than just the Junction

   Husky deli: Husky Deli, a West Side tradition since 1933, sold 2000 big ice cream cones
    during the first Hi Yu celebration in August 1934

   Classic Barber Shop has offered professional haircutting in the Junction for 72 years.

   The Junction, where Alaska meets California, in the heart of West Seattle boasts Seattle's
    finest collection of magnificent historic murals. The Murals of West Seattle was a National
    Winner in 1992 of Neighborhood of the Year Projects.

Story 13:              Alki
Writer:                TK
Contacts/Sources:
Content:

   Beach scene.

   Walking, jogging, skating, cruising

   Water Taxi to downtown

   Christmas ships

Story 14:              Lively, vibrant (off-beat and special) business community
Writer                 TK
Contacts/Sources:
Content:

   Back Street Thrift Store (theatrical)

   All Star Fitness

   The granite shop on Delridge next to Madison Café

   Easy Street (record store with a great breakfast!) (also Rubato Records — another unique
    place)

   People who live and work in community?

Story 15:              Feature restaurant — West Five, Madison Café on Delridge
Writer:                TK
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                                                                                  Update: 9/2/11
Contacts/Sources:       West Five http://www.westfiveweb.com/aboutus.htm
One of the owners name is Dean…but they are both a great story
Sandra Gray — 206.932.2539 (Al‘s daughter) She lives in West Seattle and totally connected in
                        Seattle food scene.
Content:

   Interview proprietor

Story 16:               Restaurant listings/descriptions
Writer:                 TK
Contacts/Sources:
Content:

   Same drill as Othello Station and Rainier Vista

   http://wschamber.com/index.php?customernumber=606798541943879&pr=Dining_Guide

   Need to include Fauntleroy/End of the Line, Luna Park, Alki, Junction, etc.

Story 17:               Kari-Lyn Frank Community Builder
Writer:                 TK
Contacts/Sources:
Content:

   Creating community


Story 18:               High Point Trees
Writer:                 TK


Contacts/Sources:       Ami Pendley, Teacher and Community Activist – Save the Trees Work -
252-9710
Content:

   Named trees: ―Big Pappa‖

   History

   Types and variety

   Preservation efforts during redevelopment

   A then and now photo might be nice

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Story 19:             High Point Community Center
Writer:               TK
Contacts/Sources:     HP Community Center
                      Antoinette Daniels
                      Coordinator
                      684-7422

Content:

Story 20:             High Point Neighborhood Center
Writer:               TK
Contacts/Sources:     tom Phillips, Kari-Lynn
Content:

   Plans for future gathering place, need to raise $2.5 MM

   Did surveys from high schools on what to include

   Coffee Café

   Sustainable car wash

   Head Start

   Family Services

   Youth Center

Story 21:             High Point Library
Writer:               TK
Contacts/Sources:     Christy Tyson   684-7456
Content:

Story 22:             High Point Medical Center
Writer:               TK
Contacts/Sources:     Pam McNabb      461-4924 Ex 120
Content:

Story 23:             High Point community artwork
Writer:               TK
Contacts/Sources:     Bruce Meyers, Milenko Matanovic 425-557-
                      6412/milenko@pomegranate.org
Content:

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   Bruce Meyers: water themed arwork: Splash blocks, Dolphin fin at pond, circles in concrete,
    sand blasted boulders

   Milenko: Market garden fences and arbors, community art at gathering place in central park

   Other

Story 24:                Arts West
Writer:                  TK
Contacts/Sources:
Content:

   Theater, visual arts, music

   Explore ties to High Point amphitheater

Story 25:                Entertainment Scene
Writer:                  TK
Contacts/Sources:
Content:

   Michael Powers- musician http://www.michaelpowersmusic.com/

   Kenyon Hall — this seems to have some possibilities Home of the 1929 Mighty Wurlizer
    Theatre Pipe Organ

   Music Fest at Alki

   Tie into Arts West story

Story 26:                Parks
Writer:                  TK (Al will do master list for web)
Contacts/Sources:
Content:

   Coleman Pool (salt water, summer only)

   Lincoln Park

   Camp Long

   Me-Kwa-Mooks Natural Area

   Schmitz Park

   Hiawatha Community Center

   Seacrest (and other boat launching opportunities)
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   West Crest (off leash area)

   SW Community Center indoor pool

   Alki Beach Park

   Fauntleroy Park

Story 27:              Longfellow Creek
Writer:                TK
Contacts/Sources:      Longfellow Creek
Sheryl Shapiro
615-1443

Content:

   Story on watershed restoration

   Community involvement

   High Point initiatives to protect water quality

Story 28:              Camp Long
Writer:                TK


Contacts/Sources:      Camp Long


Sheila Brown
Education Program Supervisor
684-7415      sheila.brown@seattle.gov
Environmental Learning Centers
Seattle Parks and Recreation
5200 - 35th Avenue SW


Content:

   History

   Current use

   68 acres, overnight stays, educational programs

Story 29:              West Seattle Farmer‟s Market
Writer:                TK
Contacts/Sources:      Chris Curtis 632-5234
Content:

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   What makes this market special

Story 30:              Golfing in West Seattle
Writer:                (Maybe) James Owenby golfing with Kari-Lynn
Contacts/Sources:      Let‘s see if James wants to do the ―research‖ on this one

Story 31:              Places to Walk, Jog, Bike
Writer:                TK (Al to provide basic framework as in Othello Station)
Contacts/Sources:
Content:

   Personalize story with West Seattle walker, runner, bicyclist, kayaker

Story 32:              Homes with a History
Writer:                TK

 Contacts/Sources:Southwest Seattle Historical Seattle presents
Homes with History Tour
Saturday, May 21st
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Content:

   Log House museum?

   Historic West Seattle Homes

   Tie-into traditional influences in architectural guidelines at High Point

Story 33:              West Seattle Junction Festival
Writer:                TK
Contacts/Sources:      http://www.wsstreetfest.com/
Content:

   Combine with other community festivals and events


Story 34:              Schools
Writer:                TK
Contacts/Sources:      Sanislo Elementary: Eric Nelson , Principal (206) 252-8380

Content:

   West Seattle: International Baccalaureate

   Pathfinder K-8
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   Denny- New principal

   Need to find a positive school story

   Sealth- John Boyd- Principal 206.252.8555

   —Latino outreach, African American Scholarship programNexus for public/private schools

   Disabled kids program

   Madison gifted program

   New programs at Denny


Contacts from Tom Phillips: Vivian McLean 932-6169
Kim Kreager-
Elizabeth Stubblefield 461-3915 ex 116
Terry Williams 623-8760
Bruce Myers I‘ll send later
Christy Tyson 684-7456
Pam McNabb 461-4924 Ex 120
Patty Mullens – executive director of W. Seattle Chamber

Contacts from Kari-Lynn Frank
Contact Numbers:
Sanislo Elementary:
Eric Nelson , Principal
(206) 252-8380

Longfellow Creek
Sheryl Shapiro
615-1443

West Five
http://www.westfiveweb.com/aboutus.htm
One of the owners name is Dean…but they are both a great story

Ami Pendley
Teacher and Community Activist – Save the Trees
Work - 252-9710

HP Community Center
Antoinette Daniels
Coordinator
684-7422

Camp Long
Sheila Brown
Education Program Supervisor
684-7415     sheila.brown@seattle.gov
Environmental Learning Centers
Seattle Parks and Recreation
5200 - 35th Avenue SW
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                                                                           Update: 9/2/11


Hometown stories

 – Principal returns to alma mater
John Boyd
Principal
Sealth High School
206.252.8555

- County Councilmember represents his home district
Dow Constantine
KC Councilmember
296-1008




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