Sherwood Forest Entrance Signs – Artist Dudley Carter

The Sherwood Forest signs at the corners of NE 24th/160th Ave. and NE 30th/164th Ave. were carved in the 1960s, specifically for the Sherwood Forest neighborhood by world renowned Northwest wood carver Dudley Carter. Mr. Carter was a Sherwood Forest neighbor who lived off Bel Red Road where the southern portion of the Microsoft campus is now located. The Sherwood Forest signs need yearly cleaning and maintenance during the summer, so any SFCC member donations directly noted for the “sign fund” would be greatly appreciated.

Find out more about Dudley:

SFCC February Board Meeting – Thu Feb 16th @ 7:00 PM

Hello Sherwood Forest,

The SFCC Board and Trustees invite you to the monthly board meeting this Thursday February 16th at 7:00 pm. You can join as early as 6:30 PM to have informal conversations with the board and other members of the club.

We will cover the following topics this month in no particular order:

  1. Normal correction/acceptance of the minutes for the previous meeting and for the Treasurer’s report
  2. Discussion on maintenance for the aging SFCC sign at NE 30th and 164th Ave NE
  3. Emergency Preparedness: WA EP Calendar progress “Shelter in Place” by Joseph from 2/9/2023 7pm, we will focus on “Home Hazard Hunt“ next
  4. Community Connections, Land use (status on Trees4Livability campaign), Traffic, safety, etc.
  5. Other pressing concerns or obvious joys…
  6. Any other topic brought forward by any of the attendees.

To join the meeting use the following link:

6:30pm – Pre-meeting social

7:00pm – SFCC Board meeting

Hope to see you there!

SFCC Board and Trustees

Emergency Preparedness Committee meeting – Thu February 9th at 7:00 PM

Dear Sherwood Forest neighbor

The emergency preparedness committee invites you to participate in its monthly meeting. The meeting will be held via Zoom on February 9th at 7:00 PM.

Meeting link:

Recap from Jnaulry meeing:

A few very good reminders of preparing ourselves.  Why we should drop, cover and hold?  Where to store things that might be needed in a hurry during an event.   Why walking and running might not be healthy in emergencies.  Where to look for additional information.

We will be discussing:

  • “Prepare in a Year”  “Shelter in Place” 
  • Discuss other important considerations brought up by attendees.

Hope to see you there.

– Emergency Preparedness Committee