April 23, 2010
From the Town Hall Seattle website, this call to action:
Town Hall Seattle is one of 25 northwestern organizations honored to be chosen by Partners in Preservation to compete for a $125,000 grant. To receive the funds, Town Hall must earn the greatest number of votes in a runoff poll conducted by Partners in Preservation.
Town Hall needs to restore our historic building’s cracked, white terra cotta tile. We’d also fix our beautiful, massive, but crumbling, stained glass window.
Town Hall’s stages have hosted everyone from Al Gore and Madeleine Albright to the King County Spelling Bee, Arundhati Roy and The Magnetic Fields. [And, of course, Ralph Nader.] With your help, they’ll be doing so for decades to come.
Here’s what we can do to help make sure they can get the grant and keep this historic and vital Seattle institution running for years to come:
- Go to the Partners in Preservation site, register (you’ll only need to do this the first time you visit–after that you’ll just sign in) and vote. Register at: www.partnersinpreservation.com
- Sign up to receive a daily e-mail from Town Hall reminding you to go vote. Sign up at: www.townhallseattle.org/voteminder
- Vote every day! (Yes, you can vote every day.)
Let’s use the power of the Internet to do something good every now and then — let’s work to save Town Hall in Seattle!