Hailing from the hills in the eastern-side of the Cascades, Bernadette Bush (Berna) grew up on the internet looking to the rainbow tinged city of the west, and under the watch of gaggles of Lesbians. After making scenes and dreaming big schemes, she gallivanted down to Portland, where she found this odd set of white-faced drag clowns. Befriending a few, she, a young professional lady of drinking joined them and elevated to Novice. After 10+ year journey through deserts, forests and liberal arts school: she is back, in Seattle, with her full-grown wimple. She is back to making scenes and dreaming big schemes.
Author: Sister Amore
There are 9 million people with hearing difficulties in the USA with somewhere around 20,000 of them applying to post-secondary educational institutions annually. At this point, they face one of the most challenging periods in their life.
While regular students take common learning modes for granted, the latter becomes a real challenge for those who have hearing difficulties of any level. Hearing loss of any type impacts students’ academic performance severely, so education services do their best to prevent academic setbacks and meet the special needs of the deaf community. Fortunately, they seem to succeed.
Follow the link below for some outstanding information!! Reading (and learning) is fundamental.
Food and Grocery Resources
No ID or documentation needed
Feed the People: 1800 E. Yesler St. Food pick-up 10a-6p daily, delivery 2p-4p
Musang: 2524 Beacon Ave. S. Call to confirm pickup time, 206) 708-6871
Occidental Square Park: Free hot food every Sunday at 4:30p
Northwest Harvest 1915 4th Ave. S Free groceries, Monday: 1:30-7:30p,
Wednesday and Friday: 8:00a- 2:00p
Resistencia Coffee Free Community Breakfast: 1249 S Cloverdale St. Mon-Fri 8 a-10a
Rainier Beach Community Center Plaza: Free hot lunches Tues-Thurs 11:30a-1p
That Brown Girl Cooks: 2822 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Food pickup 12p-6pm
Emergency Feeding Program: 851 Houser Way N., Ste. Renton, WA 98057
Drive-through only (they load in car)
3p-4p by last name: Monday A-I, Tues J-R, Weds S-Z
Seattle Area Food Resources Map
ID may be required at some locations
Free Meals for School Aged Children (King County)
Create Secure Access Washington Account –needed to apply for unemployment
Apply for Partial Unemployment Benefits (if you have lost work hours due to COVID-19)
For additional support with unemployment benefits if you were laid off or put on leave due to Covid19, call 1-800-318-6022 with: your employment end date, an explanation of how COVID-19 affected your layoff, ask them to approve you manually if denied online
Evictions are halted until April 17th
United Way of King County Rental Assistance: Sign Up for Info
Rental Assistance Programs in Seattle and King County
Seattle Area Mutual Aid Groups
Mutual aid is a community movement in which we take responsibility for caring for one another directly. Most funds have a request form or process for funds that can be used for rent, food, etc.
Elders, Survivors, Undocumented, Queer Mutual Aid
Sex Worker Network Initiative Mutual Aid
No utility or light shutoffs during the COVID-19 Civil Emergency in Seattle.
SPU and SCL customers can request a deferred payment plan with the utilities by calling (206) 684-3000.
Utility Discount Program– if income eligible can lower Seattle City Light bills by 60 percent and Seattle Public Utility bills by 50 percent. (206) 684-0268.
Comcast is offering ‘Internet Essentials’ package free until at least May 12, 2020:
Sign Up for Free Internet 1-855-846-8376 for English and 1-855-765-6995 for Spanish.
Free Wifi for Students (via Seattle Public Schools)
The Nightmare Continues
Thursday, October 31st
Doors at 7pm, Prizes awarded at 11pm
R Place 619 E. Pine Street
The category is… Villains. Your favorite Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence will host another spooky, kooky and all out fun night at Rplace. Our suggested theme is VILLAINS but we encourage you to bring your very best costume to the party! Come join us for the $1000 first prize, $500 second place prize as well as a $250 third place prize. Like and Share the event with your freakishly fantastic friends, and we’ll see you there! Suggested $15 donation for the Sisters Granting Fund gladly accepted at the door. The Sisters thank you for your continued support!!!