Posted On: Nov 30, -0001
Darcy has served the past two years on the San Diego State University's Aztec Parent Advisory Board, a volunteer organization dedicated to keeping parents involved in their student’s education, and to supporting programs and services for SDSU students. Their mission is to enhance the academic and personal growth of SDSU students through a partnership between parents and the university. Aztec Parent Advisory Board members provide both leadership and a voice for parents. Through their participation in SDSU’s events, the board contributes to family adjustments and to student well being and success. Board members contribute perspectives unique to parents and actively participate in three areas: 1) advise university administrators where to direct monies collected from the Aztec Parents Fund, 2) advise SDSU staff on major decisions regarding special programs and events for the Aztec Parents Association, and participate in the coordination of these events, 3) provide leadership at parent/family events. Darcy's oldest daughter, Renée, is currently a junior at SDSU! Go Aztecs!
Posted On: Jun 15, 2016
The Montlake Community Club works to maintain and nurture the natural environment and history of Seattle's Montlake neighborhood. The object of the MCC is to maintain and improve the Montlake neighborhood. All residents, property owners and business operators, 18 years of age or older with street addresses in the Montlake neighborhood are members of the Montlake Community Club. As a long term resident of Montlake I am thrilled to be elected to this position and look forward to continuing the good work of the Board. Read More
Posted On: Oct 23, 2012
Darcy LaBelle has been recognized by the Who's Who organization for her outstanding professional endeavors along with her status in her field. Darcy was nominated by a core group of individuals who seek out those individuals who exhibit tenure in their field, hold certain credentials and are affiliated with professional associations. Darcy was confirmed by the board in 2012 and is listed on the Registry of Distinguished Individuals. Read More
Posted On: Jan 23, 2014
I've long had a fascination with historic houses and the stories behind them. Who lived there, how did they entertain, who dropped by? There is always a sense of wonder and mystery lingering behind the walls. That's why the mission of Historic Seattle tug at my heart. Historic Seattle believes that buildings provide an essential link to the past, reminding us of who we are and where we came from. Founded in 1974, Historic Seattle is the only non-profit membership organization dedicated to preserving Seattle and King County's architectural legacy. Their mission is to educate, advocate and preserve. Read More