Congratulations to the Pumpkin carving contest winners
Once again, congratulations to our SFCC pumpkin carving artists! Thank you for participating on this fun event.
Pumpkin Carving Results
Here are the results of our first ever pumpkin carving contest. Our independent panel of judges has selected the winner for each category and the community has selected the fan favorite(s). Each winner will receive a trophy and one of the gift cards provided by our generous sponsors.
Creatively Yours Paint Your Own Pottery
Without further ado, here are the results:
Princess Glitter Kitty by Lacey
Ms Pumpkin Kitty by Amanda
Nose Envy by Nate
Dino Thunder by Akshay
Dark Fang by Priyanka
The 3 Musketeers by Janet
Fan favorite results
Congratulations to all our winner and thank you for participating!
SFCC Pumpkin Carving Contest
NOTE: We are extending the dateline to register for the contest until October 31st.
We invite you to participate on the Sherwood Forest Pumpkin Carving Contest. Grab a pumpkin, carve it, and send your registration to our firstname.lastname@example.org address by October 31st. (Note we extended our previous deadline until the end of the month).
Here are the general rules:
Pumpkins must be carved, but other decoration is allowed. One pumpkin per SF household member. Send a picture, name, pumpkin name, age and address (so people can see it displayed). A group of independent judges will select a winner for each category: Kids (under 12), Adults (13+) Funniest, Scariest, Most creative, and lastly a survey will select a Fan Favorite.
If the bragging rights don’t sway you, We will also have prices including gift cards from our sponsors in the crossroads mall: Tutta Bella, Creatively yours ceramic studio, GameOver videogames and Ivars.
If you don’t feel you’re cut out to carve a pumpkin, why not be a contest judge? We’re looking for 6 people to be on the judge’s panel. If this interests you, please send an email to email@example.com
SFCC fall newsletter & annual meeting
Our Fall 2021 newsletter should be arriving to your front door very soon. We hope you find it intersting and useful. You can find an electronic copy here:
In the newsletter you will find information about our upcoming virtual annual meeting. We will use our annual event to share information and accomplishments from this past year, meet your neighbors (online), provide your input and participate in our community.
DATE: Thursday October 21, 2021
TIME: 7:00 PM
PLACE: Online: Zoom: https://bit.ly/SFCCzoom
A copy of the Ballot will be distributed to your home in the October Newsletter. We will vote online during the annual meeting or you can also mail this ballot by October 19st to:
Sherwood Forest Community Club
P.O. Box 7344, Bellevue WA 98008
We look forward to seeing you there!
Thank you for attending SFCC’s Block Party 2021!
A big thank you to everyone who attended the Sherwood Forest block party on Sunday. It was really nice to meet all our neighbors, especially those of you new who are new to the area. We had a great turnout and it seemed like everyone had a fun time. We will definitely try to make this an annual event!
Check out some of the pictures from the event
Sherwood Forest Neighborhood Party, August 22nd 1:00 to 4:00 PM
Come join the Sherwood Forest Community Club board as we host a neighborhood block party on Sunday, August 22, 2021 from 1-4 p.m. The event will be held outdoors at the corner of 160th Ave NE and NE 28th St.
We’ll be providing hot dogs, ice cream and some other snacks. Feel free to bring your own food, or something to share with the neighbors.
4th of July – Neighborhood Stroll Sunday July 4th at 6pm
Hello Sherwood Forest residents. We on the Sherwood Forest Community Club (SFCC) board would like to invite you to participate in a Neighborhood Stroll, Sunday July 4th between 6 and 7 pm. Come out and simply walk the neighborhood and say hi. No formalities, just come out and walk or take your tricycle. Our SFCC Emergency Preparedness Committee efforts begin with getting to know our neighbors better, which is critical to helping ourselves during an emergency.
Hope to see your out on our walk!
April 2021 Newsletter
Hi SFCC Neighbors
The April 2021 SFCC Newsletter will be delivered by our awesome block reps starting next weekend. You can access the electronic copy of the newsletter by clicking the image below.
On this newsletter you will find: the message from the President, Emergency preparedness committee information, recurring information about the club organization, a ballot for our new proposed bylaws, and information on new developments and programs.
Please take a moment to read the document and reach out to us if you have any questions, comments or if you want to participate.
Development application for medical buildings at 24th St NE (Bel-Red Medical Building)
Hello Sherwood Forest Neighbors.
Please be aware there is a permit application to build a 3-story building with underground parking space on 24th St NE, (almost at the corner of 156th Ave NE) where the Bel-Red medical offices stand right now.
There is a public hearing on 3/31 at 6:00 PM regarding this application. You can join or make public comments for this application here:
Public Meeting: March 31, 2021, 6 PM;
Join Zoom Meeting: https://cityofbellevue.zoom.us/j/91890243636 Password: 121708
Call or email: Planner: Leah Chulsky, 425-452-6834
Planner Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The application states the developer will replace 2 one story building to one 3-story building with an underground parking for an additional 57 car. The most interesting aspect of this application is that they intent to build a church on the first floor which includes offices, class rooms and etc. I believe the most concerning aspect of the application is that church statement, since there is no warranty this will always be a church or ever be a church. So that is something to keep in mind when thinking about this application.
Details for the application can be found here: https://bellevuewa.gov/sites/default/files/media/pdf_document/2021/21-104361-LD.pdf
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