Sequim Community Plus Projects
From ideas to action - potential to reality

OUR PROJECTS

Community Plus works with individuals, informal groups, and organizations on a wide range of volunteer community projects. Through our community conversations and workshops we help generate ideas, talk about how to turn those ideas into effective, efficient, productive plans and actions, and assist in creating a network of partners to make those projects successful.

Do you have an idea for a community project? Want help with one you’re already working on? Would you like to have your project listed here on our site? Contact us! We’d be delighted to discuss how we might help. Just send us a message or email us at communityplus.sequim@gmail.com and we’ll get right back to you!

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    June 1, 2017
    What if you could replace a vacant lot with a park, and turn an ugly dark blue wall into a display of art? That’s what Ken started wondering about the space on East Washington Street between Jose’s and the Rusting Rooster, and the exterior wall of Jose’s.
  • Sequim High School
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    October 17, 2016
    The Sequim School District has some great faculty and staff. In many cases, however, their accomplishments often get little recognition or appreciation in the broader community, even though the impact of their efforts is extensive and significant.
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    October 17, 2016
    “Work in Place” is a term that applies to employees or individuals who aren’t based exclusively in a central office, and include remote working, teleworking or telecommuting, and working in shared workspaces, from home, or other offsite locations.
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    November 6, 2016
    The Sequim Youth Cycling League--"SYCL"--is a project focused on introducing kids in the Sequim area to bicycling as a structured athletic activity, and encouraging them to aspire to--and achieve--important goals and lifelong fitness and health.
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    November 10, 2016
    The City of Sequim is exploring a variety of ideas for making the city a better place for young people to thrive—to realize their full potential in a safe, supportive environment. This project will focus on planning and holding a “Sequim Youth Summit,” tentatively set for early to mid-February 2017.