We’re ready to celebrate your amazing ideas that bring us together!
In January, we invited every individual, group, and business in Enumclaw to participate in the 2019 Community Creators Contest for a chance to see their ideas for connection-focused programs brought to life. Using generous funding from the LaFromboise Memorial Endowment, local librarians will partner with our winners to sponsor and develop their programs so we can bring them to the community for FREE.
We are thrilled to announce our 2019 Community Creators and their winning proposals. We look forward to developing these services and supporting the winners' visions for a strong, connected community!
Escuela de la Vida: A Spanish Language Series
Congratulations to our Community Creators: Nayeli Ayde Miramontes, Carlos Becerril, Citlalli Sarai Chávez, David Quezada, Claudia Avila, Martín Ávila, Moisés Jiménez, Norma Aracely Canett, Adriana Sáenz, Rosa Salinas, Juan Torres, Cecy Izar, Paco Ramos, Yheida Botello, and Sebastian Rodríguez!
Throughout 2019, this group of dedicated residents will work to bring a series of Spanish language programs to the Enumclaw community on a variety of meaningful topics like English language learning, dance and music for cultural connection, adult education, social support services, family engagement, and future readiness for youth. Escuela de la Vida aims to strengthen local community with a holistic program series.
Community Connections:An Interest-Based Connections Board
Congratulations to our Community Creator: Janis Laybourn!
In 2019, Janis will launch her idea to host an interest board showcasing a series of exploratory topics that can bring adults together. Topics may include hobbies, intellectual pursuits, and activities like calligraphy, local history, and outdoor adventures. Community Connections aims to inspire adults to connect with each other over shared interests and support each other in exploring new ones.