Eastlake News archive, Editor contact, and Ad info and contact

The Eastlake News is a quarterly publication of the Eastlake Community Council.

To contact the editor: info@eastlakeseattle.org
To contact the advertising coordinator, click here
For information about our advertising policies and rates, click here.



Latest Edition — Summer 2020

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Eastlake News issues from the first one in 1971 through 2001 were produced only on paper. To create a digital archive, ECC has scanned them to produce PDFs (readable with an Adobe Acrobat viewer which is available free on-line). To reach this newsletter archive, click here. Each issue can be viewed individually’; also provided are zip files that include newsletter issues for particular decades.

ECC would be grateful to be notified of needed additions or corrections in this archive, such as if any page is missing or difficult to read. Also, several of the issues (now marked 19xx) did not list a year, and ECC welcomes volunteer help in figuring out the correct year by which they should be labeled.

Thank you to the well over a thousand volunteers who over the years have helped produce or distribute this newsletter, making it the heartbeat and history of our Eastlake neighborhood.