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· 33 gal. trash bags with ties
· 5 5lb 8 penny (2 ¼” nails)
· 4 5lb roofing nails (1 ¼” nails)
· 20 sheets ½” plywood
· 200’ of 3/8” to ½” sisal/manila rope
· 250’ of ¼” nylon cord
· 2 large twine balls
· 30 rolls of duct tape
· 12 black sharpie markers
· 2000 8” & 11” zip ties
· 12 8’ 2X4s
· Bottled water
· Silver tarps 16’ X 20’ and 12’X16’
· Cheap emergency rain ponchos in case of a wet move
· Volunteer drivers to help shuttle campers to the new site throughout the morning and afternoon (volunteers call 206-618-3901)
Regular Needs list:
· Coffee, creamer, sugar
· Milk, tea, hot chocolate
· Hand Sanitizer
· Toilet paper
· Batteries AAA, C, D)
· Flash lights
· Trash bags 33 gal. and 13 gal.
· Coffee grinder
· Spiral notebooks
· Small heater
· 8ft. ladder, shop lights
· Men’s and Women’s Clean Used Winter Clothing small to XXXL
· Socks, Boots, Shoes
· Cold & Flu meds Cough Drops, analgesics, vitamins, antacid, neosporin, Q-Tips, Cotton balls
· Paper Cups, plates and bowls
· Plastic forks, spoon, knives
· Ziploc bags(gal. and quart)
· Microwavable foods, soups, chili, Cup of Soup, Top Ramin etc.
· Lunch Meats
· Cold cereal, Instant Oatmeal
· Used books and magazines
· Paper towels
· Food handler gloves
· Scrub pads
· Razors, Shaving cream, deodorant
· Bath towels, Soap, Shampoo
· Feminine hygiene products
We continue to support the residents of Tent City4 as well as those of Camp Unity. Anyone with questions is welcome to call us at 425-823-1629
Sandi and Randy Hunt
Tent City4 is still at St. John Vianney, and they still need supplies. There are now about 40 residents at that site. At least for now we have 2 tent cities on the Eastside to support. They are very low on supplies.
For the congregation, neighbors, schools, groups using our building and other community partners:
At our All-Church Conference on Sunday, November 11, 2012, the congregation and leaders of Lake Washington United Methodist Church voted unanimously to invite Tent City 4 to return for a 92 day stay beginning January 12, 2013.
At the time, we were not aware of the recent events leading to the arrest of a suspect in a case of child rape and child molestation in Tacoma. The arrest was made at the camp on November 7, during the camp’s stay at St. John Vianney Catholic Church on 84th Avenue Northeast on Kirkland’s Finn Hill.
As with all residents, the camp conducted sex-offender and bench-warrant background checks . The checks did not indicate either, because the suspect had not been charged.
Though we have not confirmed it with the authorities, we believe the Tacoma police were able to locate the suspect because the camp entered his information into the system to conduct the background checks.
I want to update all our supporters on the events this week. This may be the longest email I ever write, so bear with me.
First of all we are very proud of how St. John Vianney and Tent City4 handled a very delicate situation. Shame on SHARE for being totally unreasonable.
In Oct. a man was admitted to Tent city4 after clearing the warrant and sex offender check. After that date an arrest warrant was issued for him in Pierce County for rape of a child. This is the worst situation any of us that help the homeless and the homeless themselves could imagine. Six days after the arrest warrant was written the police arrested the man during dinner at St. John Vianney. The church immediately tried to reach SHARE. SHARE did not respond promptly. The church met with the executive committee of Tent City4. All agreed that in order for Tent City4 to remain at St. John’s sex offender checks should be done weekly on all residents. SHARE said this action would be an invasion of residents’ privacy. SHARE (Scott Morrow) has never liked that Eastside churches demand background checks and sex offender checks on all residents. Scott Morrow said the camp had no right to speak for themselves with the church and only he could speak for them no matter how long it took him to get back to them. He barred the executive committee from TC4 for 14 days. The camp voted 4 times to stand behind their executive committee’s decision and not bar them.
On last Saturday at the “Power Lunch” the attendees voted twice to fire Scott Morrow. Twice the vote was to fire him. Twice he refused the vote. After the second vote Scott went out and brought in 14 residents from Tent City3 and the vote was taken again (bringing individuals into Power Lunch after the announcement period is against the bylaws) the vote was in Scott’s favor by just 4 votes.
Tent city4 decided as a whole to not accept that vote knowing it would sever them from SHARE. Scott notified the camp that he would come close TentCity4 Thursday morning at 9am.
Tent City 4 has been a little off balance lately and I think it would be helpful to offer a bit of background on how Tent City 4 operates and some of the challenges we have been dealing with. Tent City 4 is a part of Share/Wheel. Share is a non-profit organization which operates between 15 and 20 indoor shelters in or around Seattle and also works with Tent City 3 and Nickelsville. Wheel is a sister non-profit that is affiliated with Share and offers shelter and assistance to women only.
Tent City 4 has been operating since 2004 and in order to stay at TC4 (Tent City 4) everybody is required to assist in keeping harmony at the host church and at TC4. Signing up for two weekly three hour security shifts usually satisfies this requirement. Picking up litter, greeting visitors and turning away interlopers are examples of duties that are performed while doing a security shift. Campers at TC4 are also required to do at least one community credit every two weeks. A community credit can be satisfied by doing something that brings awareness to the problems associated with being homeless and working toward solutions.
For at least the last four years, and probably longer than that, TC4 has done warrant checks and sex offender checks on anybody wishing to stay at TC4. TC4 is able to call law enforcement and they will tell us if somebody has an outstanding warrant or a sex offense. If somebody attempts to stay here and they have an outstanding warrant, the police are called and that person is taken away. If they have had a sex offense they are told to leave. On Thursday, November 8,2012, this check and balance did not prevent a person who was charged with a sex offense from residing at TC4. One of our residents was accused of a sex offense in Pierce County before being admitted to TC4 but charges were not filed until after he was already living here.
The delayed filing of charges in Pierce County resulted in an arrest of this individual by several police at St. John Vianney Church. To any ones knowledge, this is the only time this has ever happened.
SHARE/WHEEL TO SHUT DOWN TENT CITY 4 ON 11/15/12 PUTTING OUT 85 HOMELESS PEOPLE.
Tent City 4 Campers Secede from SHARE and Regroup as CAMP UNITY.
As of 9AM, November 15th, 2012 the affiliation between SHARE/WHEEL and Tent City 4 will be severed.
We have chosen to continue as a mobile community in the East Side area where our support is its strongest. Our camp’s operations will not cease, but going forward we will be our own entity under the name of Camp Unity. We will be self-maintained. We will endeavor to work with the communities around us. We will also remain sober, non- violent, democratic and self-managed.
Camp Unity’s plan of action for our immediate future and a Mission Statement to help lay a foundation from which we can work.
Kirkland Interfaith Network has its alternative gift fair this weekend at Holy Spirit Lutheran in Kirkland,
10021 NE 124th St. Kirkland, 98034, Saturday Nov. 10 from 10am to 3pm and Sunday after service. If you have never been to an alternative gift fair instead of buying a gift for someone who doesn’t need it you donate to a charity and send a card to let your person know a donation has been made in their name. It is a great way to learn about many charities and donate. We will be taking donations to purchase tents, tarps and bus tickets for Tent City4.
Tent City4 is now located at St. John Vianney at 12600 84th Ave NE,Kirkland,WA98034 Near Inglewood-Finn Hill. A special thanks to Woodinville Home Depot for donating 12 sheets of plywood. Below is the latest wish list. Thank You!
SHARE/WHEEL's Tent Cities are portable, self-managed communities of up to 100 homeless men and women.
SHARE/WHEEL's Tent Cities are democratically organized. They operate with a strict Code of Conduct which requires sobriety, nonviolence, cooperation and participation. Security workers are on duty 24 hours a day. Tent Cities are needed because there is not enough indoor shelter for all who need it in King County. Tent City 4 started in 2004. It operates in King County, mainly on the East Side of Lake Washington. Tent City 4 is currently at St. Judes Parish in Redmond (10526 166th ave NE) where it will remain until April 2013. .