YOU’RE  INVITED to THE HOMELESS REMEMBRANCE PROJECT’s
long-awaited “Leaves of Remembrance” Dedication at Seattle Central Library
1000 Fourth Avenue
NOON Friday August 25th   

For more than a decade, The Homeless Remembrance Project has created places of hope, healing, and beauty to honor and remember homeless people who’ve died in King County.  The Project has two parts:  A beautiful “Tree of Life” sculpture and gathering place at Victor Steinbrueck Park (north of Pike Place Market), and “Leaves of Remembrance,” with names, embedded in sidewalks—more than 240 throughout the City.

PLEASE JOIN US TO WITNESS & CELEBRATE the Friday, August 25th dedication of twelve “Leaves of Remembrance” at Seattle’s Central Library, on the 4th Ave side. 

We’re remembering these beloved, book-loving community members:

  Wes Singletary III  1970-2009                      Janelle “Dart” Hayward 1969-2013

  Sean Kennie  1963-2013                               Herman Leroy Hudson 1956-2012

  Lonnie Nelson  1932-2014                                Matt “Giant” Barrett  1965-2014

  Eric Hovey 1954-2015                                  Jon Stuart “Stu” Wright 1962-2013

  Justin Lee Miezejeski 1985-2015                            David Patterson 1950-2015

  Skittles 1994-2014                       Zamphra “Birdie” (Peters) Opoku 1968-2012

 

For more information

(206) 956-0334 or email wheelorg@yahoo.com

Websites:  www.fallenleaves.org & www.homelessremembrance.org

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  • Homeless Remembrance Project The main site of the Homeless Remembrance Project, with much more about the Tree of Life.
  • Mary's Place The only day center where homeless women can go with their children & co-sponsor of Women in Black.
  • WHEEL WHEEL (Women’s Housing, Equality & Enhancement League) is a grassroots organizing effort of homeless women.