Sartori Beautification Project City of Renton Neighborhood Grant Jennifer Knickerbocker & Angela Laulainen Grand writers and Project Managers
Our Hope… To beautify Sartori Education Center and create a safer, more welcoming environment for the students and the entire community to enjoy by showing off the charm and uniqueness of this Neighborhood landmark.
Work Parties September 10, 11 September 24 January 21 January 7 April 10 November 19, 20 October 8 March 13 March 31 May 9
Friends, Neighbors, Church groups, Students, and businesses volunteered their time and worked side-by-side.
Clean up crews removed debris, garbage, and dead plants to prepared the site for our new rock garden and picnic area. Volunteers delivered gravel. Neighbors did the back-breaking labor to get it all spread!
Volunteers preparing the site where our cement pads will go. The future home of a student and neighborhood seating!
Volunteers We thank you for all of your time and effort to create such a beautiful space.
Thank you to the North Renton Neighborhood Association for your support.
Marcie Palmer, City Council Member Norma McQuiller, Neigborhood Grant Coordinator … and their families
Picnic Tables created by Renton High School Industrial Arts Students
<ul><li>Sartori Education Center Students and Staff members </li></ul><ul><li>Seattle Missionaries for the Church of the Latter Day Saints </li></ul><ul><li>Renton School District Maintenance & Grounds, Supervised by Joe Lamborn & Tony Harrah </li></ul><ul><li>Peter Schoonmaker & Tina Underdahl, principals at Sartori Education Center & their families </li></ul><ul><li>Members of the Moms Club of Renton </li></ul><ul><li>Local Neighbors, Family & Friends </li></ul>
Thank you, City of Renton, For your commitment to The North Renton Neighborhood Community! “ Things Ain’t What They Used To Be” by Duke Ellington Performed by the Rose Hill Junior High Jazz Band Directed by Angela Laulainen