Thursday, November 1, 2018




THE GARDENS IN FALL


 


What a colorful fall this has been so far. The leaves of the Parrotia persica ‘Vanessa’ (Ironwood) trees have turned yellow overhead, while below, the purple catmint and asters, the magenta penstemon, the red and white ‘Hot Lips’ and the yellow yarrow continue to dazzle with their nonstop blooms.


And now the rains have come. What will the gardens look like next??

                                                                                       

Monday, July 30, 2018

Come Visit Us at the QAFM

PPQA Board members will be in the Community Tent at the QA Farmers Market this coming Thursday, August 2nd. Stop by to share your thoughts about the streetscape improvements along QA Ave and what you'd like to see that would make the streetscape look even better. We'll also have lavender from the gardens that you can make into a lavender wand, put into a sachet packet, or take home as is. There's nothing like the scent of lavender!
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We look forward to seeing you on Thursday.
Laura, Sheila, Judy, Kathy, Denny, Wayne





Monday, June 18, 2018

WINDERMERE COMMUNITY DAY---JUNE 8, 2018 



Twenty-three realtors and one Golden Retriever came ready and eager to spend the morning on Queen Anne Ave pulling weeds, picking up litter, sweeping sidewalks and street gutters, and washing utility poles and newspaper boxes. When they were done, the Avenue from McGraw to Galer fairly gleamed. 

The Board is honored that Windermere Real Estate|Queen Anne selected PPQA and the Queen Anne Avenue streetscape as their Community Day project. 

We wish to thank Susan Leonardson, Stephanie McRae, Danyelle O’Neal, Kamie Rasmussen, Holley Ring, Rene Stern, Kimberly Striker Hall, Karla Sullivan, Nancy Williams, Mindi Thomas, Cassandra Braatz, Cassie Walker Johnson, Nicole Bailey, Kevin Bohnert, Chris Cooley, Andrew Dolmseth, Sarah Dupuis, Susan Gilbert, Scott Haveson, Kimo Hunter, Dana Johnston, Diane Lancaster, Mary Lee…and Rene’s beautiful Golden Retriever, Brooklyn, for being well-rooted in their community and wanting to see the heart of our neighborhood looking sparkling clean and inviting.

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