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August 20, 2019

25 Years En Camino Please join Casa Latina to celebrate 25 years walking alongside our resilient and powerful immigrant community and join forces to fight for immigrant workers’ rights and justice. 6 pm cocktails/7 pm dinner and program, Saturday, September 28, at The Westin Seattle (1900 5th Ave). Keynote speaker Ijeoma Oluo, author of So You Want to Talk about Race. Master of Ceremony Jaime Méndez, news anchor, Univision Seattle. Kindly RSVP by September 13. More information and tickets at

Recovery Cafe, one of Plymouth's past hange Grant recipientss, invited you to Standing in the Gap. Join us for a morning to learn about the healing work of Recovery Café. Thursday, September 19: 7:30 am Coffee; 8 am program and Breakfast; 9 am Conclusion. Seattle Center Exhibition Hall (301 Mercer St, next to McCaw Hall). Parking available at the Mercer Garage, nearby surface lots, and limited street parking. For questions or to be a Bridge Builder, contact Rick Malley-Crawford or call 206.374.8731 x143 Click to register now!

Plymouth Housing Group’s 16th Annual Key to Hope Luncheon will be held noon to 1:30 pm Friday, September 20 at the Westin Seattle (1900 5th Ave). This annual event raises funds so that those who have experienced homelessness can hold the key to a healthy future—one filled with hope and a home. This year, we’re exploring the science of compassion and how it becomes a catalyst for ending homelessness with keynote speaker Shankar Vedantam, author and host of NPR’s Hidden Brain radio show and podcast. This year more than 1,500 Plymouth supporters will attend the Key to Hope Luncheon, with a goal of raising $1.2 million towards Plymouth’s mission. For questions or additional information, please contact Gretchen Rhoden, Special Event Manager, or 206.374.9409 x 127.

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