FREE VIRTUAL BYOB AFTER HOURS
JANUARY 21, 2021 6PM ~ 7:15 PM

FEATURED SPEAKER ~ PAULA MUELLER
Paula is originally from Bloomington, Indiana and has been a Washington resident since 1968. She has lived on Queen Anne since 1977, with her husband, Alan, daughter, Angela, and son, Simon. She holds degrees in business, sociology, and paralegal studies from Indiana University, University of Washington, Edmonds College, and Seattle Central College. In addition, she holds a professional designation as an Associate in Risk Management.

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Event Details

Event Date January 21, 2021 6:00 pm
Event End Date September 23, 2020 7:15 pm
Capacity 29
Individual Price Free
Categories Networking After Hours

Hosts

Paula Mueller

Chair

I’m very excited about the opportunity to talk about both the Queen Anne Block Captains Network and the Initiative on Community Engagement. While the purposes of each are different, there are common themes that run through both organizations. That is that we as citizens are responsible for making our community a better place to live, work, and play, and that to do this well, we need to engage all our neighbors and work together. Below are brief outlines highlighting the purpose of each organization. Queen Anne Block Captains Network Originated in mid-2017 Paula Mueller, Chair Primary purpose: · Support existing and new block captains · Disseminate information related to crime, safety, emergency preparedness from expert resources · Educate existing and new block captains, as well as Queen Anne residents about Neighborhood Watch and emergency preparedness · Liaise with SPD, other organizations to help our community prepare and respond safely · Promote and advocate for general safety on Queen Anne for residents and businesses Current membership: 25 registered block captains, representing over 500 households Initiative on Community Engagement Formed in 2020 Paula Mueller and Beth Bunnell, Co-chairs Primary purpose: · Bring information to the Queen Anne community about topics that impact our neighborhood · Facilitate presentations from organizations that are working to build well thought-out programs and solutions to our community issues · Provide a forum for dialogue between Queen Anne residents, city officials, and other organizations · Promote the active participation of Queen Anne residents in helping build a better neighborhood