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News roundup: PNA job, Neighbor Appreciation Day, volunteer drivers needed, Planning Commission needs new members, Shakespeare’s First Folio at Central Library

A roundup of various neighborhood and city news:
The Phinney Neighborhood Association is looking for an Office Manager, who reports to the Deputy Director and supervises a team of four part-time reception staff and a handful of substitutes. Click here for a PDF of the full job posting.
Neighbor Appreciation Day is Saturday, Feb. 13. Residents, community groups and businesses across the city are encouraged to celebrate good neighbors and everyone who makes our neighborhood a good place to live. Neighbors are encouraged to plan a block party, work party or potluck or other kind of neighborly event. There are many community activities at fire stations, community centers and pools. Check the website for more info on activities throughout the city.
Sound Generations (formerly Senior Services) needs volunteer drivers to take senior citizens to medical appointments. Volunteers use their own car and choose the days, times and areas in which they wish to drive. Call 206-748-7588 or email [email protected] for more information.
The Central Library is hosting an exhibit of Shakespeare’s First Folio, from March 21-April 17. Considered one of the world’s most treasured books, the 1623 folio contains the first collected edition of Shakespeare’s plays, published seven years after his death. The First Folio contains 36 plays, 18 of which would otherwise have been lost, including “Macbeth,” “Julius Caesar,” “Twelfth Night,” “The Tempest,” “Antony and Cleopatra,” “The Comedy of Errors” and “As You Like It.” The First Folio will be on display during regular library hours in the Level 8 Gallery. Visitors are encouraged to reserve a free ticket in advance; timed admission runs every 30 minutes. A limited number of drop-in tickets will be available at the library each day.
The City of Seattle is looking for candidates to serve on the Seattle Planning Commission beginning in April. The 16-member commission advises the Mayor, City Council, and City departments on citywide planning goals, policies and plans, and provides them with independent and objective advice on land-use and zoning, transportation and housing issues. Three three-year positions are currently open. Members are appointed by the mayor and confirmed by the City Council. To apply, send a letter of interest and resume to: Vanessa Murdock, Executive Director, Seattle Planning Commission, City of Seattle, Office of Planning and Community Development, PO Box 34019, Seattle WA 98124-4019; or email to [email protected].