At our October 11th meeting, members had a chance to discuss, plan, and sign up for multiple projects. And you can be involved too.
FANHS National Volunteer Training, October 25, 10am to 12pm. National Pinoy Archives, 810 18th Ave #100, Seattle, WA 98122
Are you looking for an opportunity to learn Filipino American history? Do you want to take part in an effort to preserve Filipino American history? Are you a student looking for volunteer hours? Become a National Pinoy Archives (NPA) volunteer! The training is open to both members and non-members. For information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Filipino Veterans Event and Forgotten Soldiers documentary, November 1, 2014. University of Washington Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center, 3931 Brooklyn Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98105.
Sponsored by FANHS Seattle and FANHS Tacoma. The event will feature the documentary, Forgotten Soldiers, a “story of a group of elite US Army soldiers who fought America’s first major ground battle of the Second World War.” The elite force is the United States Army’s Philippine Scouts. More details to come.
Historical Cookbook Call for Recipes and Stories. Some of our most memorable experiences are related to the scent and taste of that one favorite family dish. FANHS Seattle would like to share those memories and recipes in our 2015 historical cookbook. Do you have a recipe of significance to your family? What is the story or memory associated with that recipe? Is it an old family recipe from the Philippines that was adapted to the ingredients available to the greater Seattle area? Or was it a recipe your family gave a Filipino twist? To submit your recipe and story, fill out our online form.
FANHS Seattle Ongoing Call for Writers. We are looking for your stories. The website is open to any form of writing or media content related to Filipino Americans. Don’t know what to write, here are some questions to get you started. Was there a document, item, or artifact in the National Pinoy Archives that was interesting or meaningful to you? Do you remember an experience that affected you or your community? In your opinion, what are 3-5 points, places, or people of Filipino American History that you feel are essential to know? If you are interested in contributing, email Devin at email@example.com.