Reed will discuss Imagine Housing at Rotary meeting on Jan. 18

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Angel Reed, volunteer and administration coordinator for Imagine Housing, will discuss the nonprofit at the Rotary Club of Mercer Island’s Jan. 18 meeting.

The main meeting will begin at 12:45 p.m. and can be accessed at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/4096976967. All are welcome.

Imagine Housing is focused on Eastside communities — including Mercer Island — with a mission to develop affordable housing, build welcoming communities, and foster vibrant futures.

Reed has been with Imagine Housing since June 2021 and was brought into the program to reignite engagement with community members and organizations on the Eastside and cultivate that energy into the nonprofit’s affordable housing communities, according to a press release.

For more information on the Rotary Club of Mercer Island, visit http://mirotary.org/




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