Greenwood’s 826 Seattle featured in Seattle Times today

by | Nov 8, 2011

Greenwood’s own nonprofit children’s tutoring and writing center, 826 Seattle, continues to receive accolades for its work. Last week, 826 Seattle was honored by First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House with the 2011 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award.
Today, Seattle Times columnist Nicole Brodeur profiles the program, and its director, Teri Hein. You can read the full story here.
In honor of the award, the Greenwood Space Travel Supply Co., which is the fun front for 826 Seattle, has this in its window display today.

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