The Annual Meeting of the Griffin Neighborhood Association is Thursday, January 26, 7 PM at the Griffin Fire Department Headquarters. Come early, for light refreshments and conversation.
Thursday, January 26
7 PM, but arrive early
Griffin Fire Department Headquarters
3707 Steamboat Loop NW
This year’s Annual Meeting will include a report to membership on the activities of the Board of the Griffin Neighborhood Association.
Each year, up to half the positions on the Board are offered for elections. This is your opportunity to renew your membership in the Griffin Neighborhood Association, since only current Association members can vote to fill the Board. Click here to become a new member or renew your existing membership, online.
The Annual Meeting features a number of special guests. Those who have already accepted our invitation to speak a few minutes each and to take questions include:
- Karen Valenzuela, Thurston County Commissioner
- John Snaza, Thurston County Sheriff
- Greg Woods, Griffin School District Superintendent
- John Wood, Griffin Fire Chief
- Andy Willis, Pastor at St. Christopher’s Community Church
- Jon Tunheim, Thurston County Prosecutor
State Representative Fred Finn and Ray Peters of the Squaxin Island Tribe have also been invited, but have not yet confirmed they will be able to attend.
Where else will you find such a list of elected and local officials, in one place and at one time?
Are you interested in serving on the Board of the Griffin Neighborhood Association? For more information on the duties and responsibilities of Board membership, click here to download a copy of our FAQ. Contact any current Board member, with your questions or to enter your name into nomination.
We look forward to seeing you at this year’s Annual Meeting.
Update to speakers list: Thurston County Under-Sheriff Tim Braniff will attend, instead of Sheriff John Snaza.