Spangler to be featured speaker at First Friday Coffee Chat June 4

The Redmond Senior Center's (RSC) First Friday Coffee Chat on June 4 will feature Jon Spangler, the City of Redmond's natural resources manager. The chat takes place from 10-11 a.m. in the fireplace lounge at the RSC, 8703 160th Ave. NE.

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The Redmond Senior Center’s (RSC) First Friday Coffee Chat on June 4 will feature Jon Spangler, the City of Redmond’s natural resources manager. The chat takes place from 10-11 a.m. in the fireplace lounge at the RSC, 8703 160th Ave. NE.

Spangler will discuss and answer questions regarding Redmond’s environmental plans and projects. The City of Redmond is a leader in developing programs to keep the environment safe, clean and green.

Registration for First Friday Coffee Chats is not necessary. For more information, call (425) 556-2314.

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