Today's walk took a friend and me to the Central Area where we walked 6.2 miles in the Leschi, Mann and Atlantic neighborhoods. We filled in streets I had not walked between 20th and 30th Avenues S from S Jackson to E Jefferson.
Seattle Police Officer Tim Brenton
Seattle Police Office Antionio Terry. The Terry Estates at 24th and Yesler were named after this slain officer.
This area is home to Powell Barnett Park which, thanks to local sponsors, was made over in 2006.
Dr. Blanche Lavisso Park,
Douglass-Truth Library, Fire Station No. 6, the Central Area Health Care Center, Peoples Institutional Baptist Church, the Eritrean Community Center, Catholic Community Services (all pictured in a prior post), the Upper Room Church of God in Christ (housed in what was probably once a Jewish synagog),
Prince Hall Masonic Temple,
Seattle Vocational Institute of Seattle Central Community College (currently enrolling for the Office Clerk Program),
Washington Middle School,
Pratt Fine Art Center,
20th Avenue Church of God,
Franz baking facility, Monica's Village Place I, the NELA Center for Student Success, the Promenade Red Apple Market and a corner store.