Hello, PNA Village!
I’m Rebecca Fogarty, the new Village Program Coordinator. I am so excited to be a part of this wonderful program and to get to know all of you. In the few shorts months since I started this position you’ve all really made me feel at home.
I’m a small town girl, originally from rural Virginia. I’m used to having cows and horses for neighbors so this big city living has been an adjustment for me. My husband and I moved to Seattle about 9 years ago and we have lived in the Phinneywood neighborhood for all but one of those years. I have such a deep love and respect for this neighborhood and I never want to leave. I am thrilled to give back to the neighborhood that has given so much to me.
I have a 5-year-old son who lovingly takes most of my free time. But when I’m not playing hide and seek or roughhousing, I love to go for runs in the neighborhood, garden, read, and eat out (way too often) at our local restaurants. So look for me because I’m always out and about. That might be me running right past your house!
If you happen to be around, please stop by the Village office. I’d love to chat with you!
Riana Nolet gave birth to a baby girl, named Lucie Vogeli Anderson, at 5:54am Tuesday, June 14, 2016. Baby Lucie weighed 7 lbs. 13 oz. and measured 20” long. Vogeli is Riana’s Swiss mother’s maiden name and means “little bird” in Swiss-German. Mother and baby are doing well.