Francican Health plans medical pavilion

Highline breaks ground for new urgent care clinic A Groundbreaking Ceremony for new Franciscan Medical Pavilion 16705 1st Avenue South, Burien (corner of 1st Avenue South and Southwest 160th Street) was held Thurs., May 7. CHI Franciscan Health is building a new $27 million, 48,000 square foot medical pavilion in Burien that will house an urgent care clinic, primary care clinic, women’s clinic, lab services and diagnostic imaging. The new pavilion is scheduled to be open in early 2016. Speakers included Mark Benedum, President, Highline Medical Center, Michael Marshall, MD, President and Chief Medical Officer Franciscan Medical Group, Uli Chi, Highline Medical Center Board Chair and Lucy Krakowiak, Mayor of Burien

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Normandy Park Senior Living & Memory Village Celebrates National Senior Health & Fitness Day®

Normandy Park, WA — Normandy Park Senior Living & Memory Village will join an estimated 1,000 local groups to celebrate the 22nd Annual National Senior Health & Fitness Day (NSHFD) on May 27th, 2015 from 2 PM to 4 PM.. As an official host site, Normandy Park Senior Living will hold an free event including “Silver Sneakers” class, Tai Chi and Yoga demonstrations, blood pressure checks, healthy nutrition ideas, complimentary 5-minute massages and walker and cane checks by a Chiropractor.

On this day, Normandy Park Senior Living will join with an estimated 100,000 seniors across the country expected to help promote active, healthy lifestyles through physical fitness, good nutrition and preventive care. According John Lanouette, Executive Director, “Our National Senior Health & Fitness Day event is a wonderful opportunity for seniors to make, renew, and revitalize their commitment to live healthier lives through better health and fitness.”

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Holiday Weekend Kicks Off Summer Travel Season
at Sea-Tac Airport

(Seattle—May 20, 2015) –Seattle-Tacoma International Airport’s busiest time of the year, the summer travel season, kicks into high gear this Memorial Day holiday weekend. Travelers can expect over half a million passengers to pass through Sea-Tac Airport during the five-day period Thursday, May 21 through Monday, May 25. The busiest day of the holiday weekend is projected to be Friday, May 22 with about 120,000 travelers.
Through April of this year, Sea-Tac Airport has seen nearly three times the projected number of passengers, with a 13 percent overall increase and 16 percent jump of international passengers. This comes after a record setting 2014 where Sea-Tac handled nearly 37.5 million passengers.

We recommend individuals give themselves plenty of time and plan ahead accordingly.

Included below are additional passenger traffic numbers, travel and parking tips, and a comprehensive list of various passenger amenities and programs available throughout the airport.
Holiday Passenger Traffic Numbers: 
Top Three Busiest Days of the Memorial Day Holiday weekend:
• Friday, May 22: 120,000 projected passengers going through the airport (inbound and outbound)

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