Dear Holy Rosary Families,
This week I have found myself struggling. I am filled with shock, anger, and sadness at the senseless death of George Floyd. I am sure I am not alone in these sentiments, and in the fact that we are all struggling in an already uncertain time. I have found myself trying to figure out how to talk to my own children about the senseless act of violence and praying how best to support our school community when we cannot be together in person.
As Catholics we believe that God created each of us in His image and therefore all life is to be cherished, honored, and respected. As Archbishop Etienne stated recently “These deaths are tragic, and they expose a symptomatic and deep-seated connection between institutional racism and the continued erosion of the sanctity of life. If we do not respond appropriately as a society, we will be tacitly acquiescing to the ongoing killing of unarmed black men. The senseless taking of life defies the fundamental principles of justice, every notion of dignity and the fact that all of our lives are connected. As human beings, we are responsible for each other.”
Our theme for this year was I am the Vine, You are the Branches. We are called as Catholics, to be the eyes, hands, feet, and voice of Christ through our words and our actions. We are the branches, and we carry out Christ’s works on earth. This is inherent in our baptismal calling and is at the heart of Catholic Social Teachings. As Catholics we cannot sit idly by during this time.
All Catholic school principals have been asked to commit to how we will respond in our communities at this time and moving forward. I know many of you are also facing a time of introspection on how you will respond as a family as well. Though physically we cannot be together as a community, that does not mean we cannot act in communion with one another in response.
Therefore, as a Catholic, a Catholic school principal, and a mother I commit to:
- To create a safe and welcoming school community in which all students, staff, and families feel loved and accepted.
- To challenge racist attitudes and ideas.
- To take a “listening stance.”
- To understand that institutional racism exists everywhere, and we are called to make our schools anti-racist places.
- To nurture a generation of faith-filled, servant leaders.
- To increase my own daily prayer, and to pray for the intercession of Augustus Tolton. He was the first African American priest in the USA and is only in need 2 miracles to become an official saint in our Canon.
I pray during this time of Pentecost that we are all able to allow the Holy Spirit to work within us as we all respond as “branches” in the vineyard of Christ, seeking peace and justice.
I’ve included a list of resources below that you may find helpful to use as a family during this difficult time. These conversations are important, so I encourage you to examine these resources. I look forward to the opportunity to continue this important work as we approach the 20-21 school year.
Let me close in prayer:
God of justice, In your wisdom you create all people in your image, without exception. Through your goodness, open our eyes to see the dignity, beauty, and worth of every human being. Open our minds to understand that all your children are brothers and sisters in the same human family. Open our hearts to repent of racist attitudes, behaviors, and speech which demean others. Open our ears to hear the cries of those wounded by racial discrimination, and their passionate appeals for change. Strengthen our resolve to make amends for past injustices and to right the wrongs of history. And fill us with courage that we might seek to heal wounds, build bridges, forgive and be forgiven, and establish peace and equality for all in our communities.
We ask this through Christ our Lord, Amen
Resources to support families:
Archbishop Etienne’s Statement about Racism
Resources for Talking About Race with Young People
National Museum of African American History and Culture- Talking About Race
The Holy Spirit is Moving Us to Act Against Racism
Book for children from a Catholic perspective
As a priest, I have been with a number of people as they passed from this world in homes, care facilities and hospitals. With the age of security cameras, cell phones and police body cameras, we now have the ability to experience something much different – watching someone’s life being taken from them not by illness or old age, but with violence. Sometimes such actions are taken in self-defense or defense of others, which may or may not be necessary, and are still horrific. But there are others where there is no apparent reason at all to me – there is a clear malice or disregard for life, or an unnecessary dangerous situation was created which resulted in someone being killed.
I have always avoided watching such footage, but in the last month have not – because I think it is important to not look away. It is easy to forget and move on with life as time passes, which is what happens when they just remain stories. We don’t like our lives to be messy, and so we keep the trauma of others at a distance, especially those not known or personally connected to us.
But Jesus doesn’t call us to keep others at a distance, which is the end result, intended or otherwise. Just as He entered into our brokenness in love, so we must enter into one another’s brokenness in love. With Christ there is no ‘other’ as we are called to live in communion with one another as brother and sister.
Most of us will freely acknowledge, even if it isn’t our own experience, that our criminal justice system is not always just, that not all are treated equally before the law, that the law itself can be flawed as are those who commit themselves to its service. But it is not enough to acknowledge that things are broken. As we open our hearts more to one another, we experience family members whose suffering is caused by that brokenness. And as we live more fully in that ongoing pain, we are more motivated to look for real ways to alleviate and/or prevent that suffering by fixing that which is broken to the best that we can. Injustice and inequality has improved over the decades. But there is no such thing as “good enough” as long as so many are so adversely affected by the weight of the past and the present, so long as lives of our sisters and brothers are being violently taken before our eyes. What is needed is a conversion of hearts, and of systems, to embrace the great and equal dignity of all persons.
A belief in superiority based on skin color or national identity is a moral evil. Racism is a disease of the heart which seeks only to tear apart and destroy. It is contrary to the love of God which seeks to embrace and lift up. It is contrary to what it means to be human, as connectivity and uniqueness are knit into who we are, and who we as a nation are supposed to be.
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” This is the promise of our nation, made almost 250 years ago, which we still haven’t fully realized. This nation was an experiment in freedom – and the work is not yet finished. The work is ours, and voting a few times a year is not nearly enough. Since we are dealing with the hearts and lives of over three hundred million people in our nation, and countless systems and institutions, the work is not simple. But as long as people remain other, as long as they remain just stories, it is too easy to go about our lives until we ourselves are impacted, or those close to us. Which is why we need to draw closer to one another, and take ownership for what happens in our community by and to other members of our community, by and to other members of our family. We need to listen and learn from each other.
May God help us to love one another better.
HERE is a link to the US Bishops Letter on Racism from 2018 for a greater reflection.
Words cannot express how heartbroken I am for everything going on right now. I keep going back to the analogy of our year being 20/20 perfect vision, and the fact that we will continue to gain much clarity during this time. As a counselor I’ve learned to look at hardships as refining to life. People gain perspective of what matters. If I was going to compile and simplify what we are currently going through for kids, (and please forgive me for doing so), I would say that we can help them understand the importance of real relationships better across borders and within them, for ALL people. I truly hope we can leave this legacy for our kids when they look back at this time amidst all of the things that have happened, and be agents of change.
Here are some resources for books that showcase diversity. Below the book resources are simple steps that I have condensed for you from many psychology sources about simple steps of advocacy.
https://www.commonsensemedia.org (Please take a look or refresh yourself on this resource. It is an overall great website to check out that gives information on specific age groups from kids and adults on popular movies and online games in general).
A list of helpful books on race and diversity for children:
- “Whose toes are those” by Jabari Asim
- “Let’s talk about race” by Julius Lester
- “Lovely” by Jess Hong
- “Sugar plum ballerinas” by Whoopi Goldberg
- “A kids book about racism” by Jelani Memory
Ways to engage with kids regarding current protesting:
- Be open and honest – some people get treated unfairly based on their skin color, culture, or religion. By doing this, we help prepare them to challenge issues when they arise.
- Model it – Talking to your child about the importance of embracing differences and treating others with respect. Acknowledge differences and emphasize the positive aspects of our differences.
- For older kids- Use current issues from the news, as a springboard for discussion. Discuss the importance of valuing differences as essential, and also modeling this message.
- Encourage equality and involvement – Promote ways that are safe for your family to get involved in causes you care about and educate them and yourselves.
- Explain what protest means. Typical goals of non aggressive protest is to inspire positive social change and protection of human rights.
- If they have fear, let them talk about it. Listen and encourage. Try not to shut them down when they open up. Sometimes it is simply someone sitting with you for a moment. It is ok to not have all the answers. Continue to talk, assess, and educate.
During this time, I keep going back to God’s two most important commandments. He said to love him… and, “The second is this: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no other commandment greater than these.” -Mark 12:31
email@example.com ~School Counselor
NOTES & REMINDERS
Celebrate Our Graduates!
Join us for our live-streamed Baccalaureate Mass as we celebrate our graduating 8th graders. Mass will be live streamed TONIGHT at 5:00 pm via the links on the Holy Rosary Parish website (www.holyrosaryseattle.org). Congratulations graduates! We are proud of you and will miss you!
Uniform Closet Available Tomorrow
Come pick up some Macbeth plaid or navy shorts/pants for next year – the Uniform Closet will be out in front of the school, 9am-3pm tomorrow, Friday, June 5th. Cadet collar sweatshirts are also available for purchase and if in stock can be picked up with your student’s belongings next week during your assigned time.
Planning For The Fall
You’re likely wondering about what the fall will look like. The short answer is that we don’t have a directive from the state yet as to whether or not schools will be allowed to open and what social distancing requirements will be necessary. We are actively planning different ways we may open the school in the fall, if we can open and if we are required to implement social distancing. We are seeking parent feedback as part of our planning. Look for a parent survey to come out on Monday, June 8th. Thank you for providing feedback.
8th Grade Only Materials Drop Off
On Tuesday, June 9th at 6pm, we will have a Materials drop off for 8th graders ONLY. They will pick up their diplomas and any awards they have received. Please come in your graduation gown.
Preschool-8 Materials Drop Off And Pick Up
On Thursday, June 11th and Friday, June 12th, we will be collecting school materials that the students have taken home and RETURNING their personal items. This will be an involved process as parents and students are not able to come into the school at this time. To assist everyone in social distancing, a staff member will come to your car to collect textbooks, library books, electronics, CYO uniforms and anything else your child’s teacher has requested. You will then be given a bag with your child’s items. Below, you will find your assigned time listed by the first two letters of your last name. We ask that you arrive during your 30-minute window and park in front of the school. Please have your child’s school items in a bag labeled with their name. If you have more than one child, please put their items in separate bags labeled with each of their names. You will receive more detailed instructions from your child’s homeroom teacher. Thank you for your patience during this process.
|Thursday, June 11th||Friday, June 12th|
We Say Goodbye….
It is with heavy hearts that we say goodbye to our school counselor, Selena Borne, at the conclusion of this school year. Selena and her family have made the difficult decision to relocate back to the Portland area where they are from and where they have family. Selena, we thank you for sharing your many gifts with the Holy Rosary School community these past two years. We have appreciated the opportunity to work with you and are grateful for all we have learned from you.
A Virtual Talent Show!
Graduating 8th grader Maya Boswell has offered to create a virtual talent show for HRS students to showcase their talents. If your child would like to participate, complete this form. It should be emailed to Maya using her school email address which is on the form. Completed acts can be sent to Maya at the same email address. If you need to utilize a drop box, contact Maya for access. Entries are due by the end of the day June 8th. We hope to share the video with the whole school in next’s week’s eFC. So know that in participating the video will be shared with the whole school.
Families Outside Of West Seattle
If you are a family that lives ‘off the island’ of West Seattle, either on the other east side of the WS Bridge or in the South Seattle area that would be interested in being put in contact with other families living in your proximity, please email Jennifer Kokkonis (Jkokkonis@holyrosaryws.org). We will put you in touch with one another, now is a good time to plan for next school year.
2020-2021 School Calendar
Twice a year, all students throughout the Archdiocese receive important instruction through the mandatory Archdiocesan Safe Environment Program. We were set to provide this instruction in March/April. With the sudden closure, many teachers were unable to do so. We’ve been asked to provide this information to families and ask you to discuss this important material with your children.
Here is the link to the box where the lessons are provided:
Click on Parent or Teacher Resources to access the introductory videos. There are other resources available there as well including an “opt out” form if you choose to not have your child(ren) participate. These forms can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click on the folder labeled English (or Spanish) lessons, whichever you prefer. You can access the lessons for your child(ren)’s grade level there.
Thank you for taking the time to review this material with your children.
Holy Rosary Remote Learning Theme Days
Wacky Hair / Facemask /”Masq”erade ball?
During this time out of school, we still would like to continue our work as Missionary Disciples by supporting our students in Uganda. If you are able, consider making a donation ($1/child/month, or perhaps consider making your donation for the remainder of the year) through the parish giving portal, OSV. Visit the Holy Rosary Parish site (www.holyrosaryseattle.org) click on “online giving.” If you don’t have an account, you will have to create one. You can then make a one time gift to the Daughters of Mary.
The 2019-2020 yearbooks have arrived! Eighth grade received their books earlier this week in a surprise delivery. We are working out distribution for the rest of the school and are including a Holy Rosary Quarantine/Distance Learning insert and a Herff-Jones COVID19 insert, because the yearbook was sent to the publishing plant just days before school went “home”. If you did not order a yearbook in the fall and would like to purchase one, email Mr. Barker (email@example.com) with your child’s name and classroom. Your FACTS account will be charged $30 per book. Quantity is limited so first come, first serve.
Congratulations to our 8th grade yearbook elective, who designed our yearbook using skills they’ve learned in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. A yearbook is not only a memory book, but a record and history book, a reference book, and a public relations book; not to mention an educational experience for everyone involved. We hope you enjoy it!
Room Parent Recruitment
Be a room parent for the 2020-2021 school year! If you enjoy planning and attending classroom parties, parent’s nights out, and spoiling the teachers with birthday gifts, then this job is for you! Room parents fill such an important role in each class and help take a little weight off our teacher’s shoulders. This time spent also goes towards your family commitment hours. If you are interested in being a room parent during the 2020-2021 school year or would like more information on room parent responsibilities, please contact Joellyn DeRonghe at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
EVENTS & FUNDRAISING
Reimbursements for auction expenses must be submitted to Beth Martin by June 12. Please complete this form and email with receipts.
Remaining TEACHER BOOKS and class BUY BACKS will be available on June 11/12 when equipment is returned to school.
CYO Summer Opportunities
CYO Camp Message
Dear CYO Camp Community,
I hope you and your families are doing well during this unprecedented time. I have spent the last few days drafting and deleting and redrafting this message. I am trying my best to articulate what needs to be said, and to be honest I’m struggling. I have had the pleasure of being the CYO camp director for the past six years. During that time, with the help of countless staff and volunteers, we have revitalized the program, and we were set to have record summer in 2020. Then COVID-19 hit.
We have spent the last month repeatedly redrafting staffing plans, sanitation schedules and camper programs based on constantly changing guidelines. We were holding on to hope that there would be adequate testing and treatment prior to the start of summer camp. As you are all aware, at this point there is not. I consulted with all our health care professionals, the American Camp Association and the leadership of the Archdiocese of Seattle. With their guidance, we have made the decision to cancel summer camps this year.
This decision is heartbreaking for me as the director, but even more so as a parent of campers in our programs. My son has been so excited about camp. This would have been his first summer at resident camp. I haven’t told my kids yet, but I will tonight. Unfortunately, this will be another hard conversation in an endless list of hard conversations we’ve had as a family this spring.
If you were registered for summer camp 2020, you will receive an email next week outlining your options. If you are in the position to donate part or all of your camp fees, we would greatly appreciate that, as this decision does put camp in a difficult financial position. We are also more than happy to apply your funds toward the 2021 summer. We also know this is a tough time, and if you need a full refund, we are happy to make that happen for you.
I know you are disappointed. I’m disappointed too. This would have been our 70th season of CYO summer camps. However, we will get through this. I encourage you to do what we do: lean into your faith during these times.
Yours in Christ,
Shaune P. Randles
Director of CYO Camping
A Child Becomes Summer Camps
Check out the 6 sessions of Summer Camps being offered this year. Don’t wait! Sessions fill up quickly. https://www.achildbecomes.org/summer-camps-2020/
1st Communion Registration Is Open
Sacraments are gifts from God and First Sacraments are a very significant part of your child’s faith journey. Second Grade is the year in which most children prepare for and receive the Sacraments of Reconciliation and Communion (Eucharist) for the first time. Our Children’s Ministry Team facilitates Children’s Sacraments for Holy Rosary Parish. Even with the pandemic that we are now facing, Sacramental Preparation is still ongoing.
If your child has been baptized Catholic and missed First Holy Communion during second grade, you can register them as well for 1st Communion. And if your child was baptized in a different faith tradition and you want him/her to receive Holy Communion, please discuss with Sr. Stella.
Please register your child/children for the Sacraments of First Reconciliation and First Communion no later than July 1, 2020. This will allow us to better plan for and to communicate with you in a timely manner information about the parent meetings, classes and sacramental preparation.
To register your child/children click on this link,https://fs10.formsite.com/HRParishws/buzistaebl/index.html.
For those families whose Sacraments of Baptism, RCIA and First Communion were placed on hold due to COVID-19 we are looking forward to celebrating when we can do so in the future.
If you have any questions, please email Sr. Stella at email@example.com.
We are looking forward to working with your family in the upcoming school year 2020-2021.
RCIA For Children And Adults
Is Your Child Interested in Becoming Catholic and is Older than Age 7?
Holy Rosary Church welcomes all children no matter their age to a life with Christ. The Church prepares older children (age 7-18) and adults for all three sacraments of Initiation: Baptism, Confirmation, and Eucharist through the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA). Those children who have never been baptized will participate in the RCIA process adapted for children and celebrate their sacraments at the Easter Vigil.
RCIA is a special journey for children ages 7-18 along with their families to prepare for Initiation into the Catholic community. For more information or questions about RCIA for Children, please contact Sr. Stella.
RCIA for Children (ages 7-18) email:
Sr. Stella at firstname.lastname@example.org
RCIA for Adults email:
Robert King at email@example.com
Baptism for Children under age 7 email:
Deyette Swegle at firstname.lastname@example.org
USCCB On A Coronavirus Vaccine
The USCCB is encouraging everyone to advocate for an ethical vaccine for COVID-19. Bishops recently sent a letter to the FDA Commissioner expressing strong support to develop an effective, safe, and widely available vaccine that “ensure that fundamental moral principles are followed in the development of such vaccines, most importantly, the principle that human life is sacred and should never be exploited.” Read more here and encourage your parishioners to take action here.
Totus Tuus Is Cancelled
Due to COVID-19, the Diocese of Portland will be postponing Totus Tuus to the Summer of 2021, therefore Holy Rosary will be cancelling the 2020 Totus Tuus summer program. Holy Rosary hopes to offer this program in the Summer of 2021 and will have more information on our website come Winter of 2020. If you have any questions, please contact Bridget Bicek at PAYouth@Holyrosaryseattle.org
Free Online Resource For Parents And Kids–FORMED
FORMED is like Amazon Prime for Catholic content! Find videos, audiobooks and podcasts, ebooks, and other inspiring content!
Find daily Lenten reflections, video series on Confession or the Eucharist, or stories of the saints. There are options for adults, kids, or the whole family!
Formed is FREE to Holy Rosary parishioners! If you haven’t signed up for Formed, follow these steps:
- Go to www.formed.org in any web browser
- Click the “Sign Up” button in the middle of the screen
- Click the “I belong to a Parish or Organization” button
- Search for Holy Rosary Seattle or 98116, then click on “Holy Rosary 4139 42nd Ave SW Seattle WA” to select our parish; click the “Next” button
- Enter your name and email address in the boxes; click the “Sign Up” button
- Check your email at the address you gave; you should have a message from Formed with a link to confirm your registration; click the link
This will bring you to the home page of Formed. In the future, just go to formed.org and click on the “Sign In” link for instant access.
Once you have signed up for FORMED on the website, you can also download the Formed app for your smart TV, smartphone or tablet from your app store.
This will give you access to the full range of Catholic content wherever you go!
Little Free Pantries
Our family has used some of this time amid the stay at home order, building Little Free Pantries. The idea, modeled somewhat on the Little Free Library concept, is simple: The pantries are filled by people in the community, and those in need are encouraged to come by and take what they can use. We’ve had one in our yard for years and it’s not only introduced us to neighbors to whom we may have never otherwise met but has helped many who are food insecure. Food insecurity hits many in our neighborhoods, most of whom are housed and with the aftermath of COVID19, the numbers are quickly increasing. These little boxes are not intended to replace the work of food banks but a way to support a neighbor or who may be in need of a meal.
We have a few Little Free Pantries remaining which need a good home. They need sealing or painting before they are installed but do come with a mounting post. If you need support installing we are happy to help here too. If you’d like to place one in your yard please email me at email@example.com. Thanks! Molly Harmon and Dave Wilton
Helping The Hungry In This Time Of Need
Catholic Community Services (CCS) has been hard at work, trying to care for many people experiencing homelessness who have no place to go. In particular, there is a great need at the day center they operate in Federal Way. They welcome up to 75 people a day, many who come for both lunch and dinner. CCS is reaching out to local parishes and schools for support. They would prefer donations of hot casseroles, although cold sandwiches are also appreciated. Meals can be brought on Tuesday mornings to St. James Cathedral, which will handle delivery. If interested, email/text/call Patrick Barredo (firstname.lastname@example.org | 206-619-2879).
Helping To Support Each Other
Holy Rosary Families- let’s support one another during this difficult time. If you own a small West Seattle business that is open to serve others during this time, please send a brief description of hours and information to Kristin Bentler (email@example.com). We’ll run it in our community section so we can all help support each other during this difficult time.
The Grove West Seattle Inn & Alki Lumber
Both The Grove and Alki Lumber currently remain open as essential services during our normal business hours and we’d appreciate the support. We follow guidelines for sanitation and distancing and Alki offers will-call with curb side pick up (customers do have to sign in person for credit card purchases) and local delivery options are available.
Alki Lumber The Grove West Seattle Inn
M-F 6:30 to 4:30 206-937-9920
Alkilumber.com 3512 SW Alaska St.
4422 36th Ave SW
Counseling For Children, Adults And Families
I am a licensed mental health counselor. I provide mental health counseling to children and families and adults. In response to COVID-19, and the social distancing protocols I am providing my services to patients using zoom, Skype, FaceTime. This includes new intakes. Please note if finances are a barrier to accessing counseling services please let me know as I offer sliding scale.
James Bederaux-Cayne, MA, LMHC
3618 California Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98116
Office (206) 898-9366
Fax (888) 506-5242
Doyle’s Automotive Service
4607 37th Ave SW Seattle, WA 98126 (206) 935-2600
We are open as automotive repair is an essential service during the stay at home. Our lobby is temporarily closed, for the safety of everyone. Our hours will be M – F, 8am – 4:30pm
- Dropping your vehicle off: Please use the after-hours box (envelopes and pens provided, or use your own if you prefer)
- When your vehicle is ready: We will call you to make arrangements
- The only payment option at this time will be credit cards over the phone
Please feel free to call us with any questions: 206-935-2600. We appreciate your business; we are glad we are able to stay open during this difficult time for our customers. Please stay healthy and safe out there.
~Jon and the employees at Doyle’s automotive
Early Bird Night Owl Box Instructions:
- Park your vehicle on the street or in front of Doyle’s (please do not block the access doors)
- Inside the box, you will find envelopes & pens (or use your own if you prefer)
- Follow the instructions on the envelope
- Put your vehicle’s key in the envelope, slide the envelope thru the mail slot located in the big door
Shug’s Soda Fountain & Ice Cream
Add a little sweetness to your time at home with an ice cream sundae making kit! Visit Shug’s Soda Fountain & Ice Cream Pop-Up Window at 3800 California Ave SW, on the corner of California Ave SW and Charlestown. All kits come with ice cream and toppings to create your own masterpieces at home with your families. Thursday-Friday-Saturday 2-5pm
www.shugssodafountain.com Instagram: Shug’s Soda Fountain
We appreciate you supporting our small family business.
The Good Society Brewery & Public House
The Good Society Brewery & Public House offering our beer in 32 oz crowlers to-go or for West Seattle delivery! We also have glassware, shirts, and gift cards. We are open 3-7 PM Monday through Friday, 12-7 PM Saturday and Sunday. Follow us on social media (@goodsocietybeer) or visit our website at https://www.goodsocietybeer.com for updates and new beers being tapped! As always, we are so very appreciative and often overwhelmed by the community support we have received. A heartfelt thank you for that. Let’s keep it rolling.
West Seattle Grounds Neighborhood Coffee Shop
West Seattle Grounds Neighborhood Coffee Shop is open for To-Go Service! We serve Caffe Umbria’s coffee and organic teas for beverages as well as fresh local pastries & sandwiches! Our address is 2141 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116
Monday – Friday 6AM – 4PM
Weekends 7AM – 4PM
We are so grateful to our community and all the wonderful people in it who have supported us & our neighbors through this strange time. We are working extra hard to ensure that when you visit our establishment you and your families feel at home and safe. Order online for pick-up with the Joe Coffee App ( https://joe.coffee/ ) or text ‘coffee’ to 474747 to download the app and find our shop to get the delicious coffee that you crave without having to wait! Questions? Call us at (206) 708 1018 or visit our website https://www.westseattlegrounds.com/
Fertility Education & Postpartum Doula Services
Holy Rosary School parent Ann Baker is a trained Symptopro Fertility Educator (Natural Family Planning method) and a DONA trained doula specializing in postpartum care. Visit www.yourchangingseasons.com or contact Ann at firstname.lastname@example.org (206)880-3455 for more information about classes and doula services.