Edie Morgan

Edie Morgan

Executive Director at The Mustard Seed Project

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P.O. Box 182, Vaughn, Washington, United States

General Information


Nonprofit Accounting Department Partner  - The Franciscan Foundation

Program Manager  - KP Family Resource Center

Family Support Worker, Program Manager  - Children's Home Society of Washington


Chair of the Pastoral Search Committee  - Longbranch Community Church

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"We set up these classes for people who maybe had no experience, and have in fact 'always wanted to try,'" said Mustard Seed's Executive Director Edie Morgan.
"It was intended for people who are not at a high level of experience, to give it a go and try something new and creative." The three separate classes focused on drawing, watercolor painting and mixed media, each with four weekly sessions. The series may expand to more topics in the future. "Drawing felt like a good basic, starting point, for a series especially. There are so many talented artists who teach out here," said Morgan. Despite fairly limited advertising, the classes were a big hit. "The first class filled up very, very quickly," said Morgan. It's become a very pleasant space," said Morgan. "It's our intent to continue classes and to offer a variety," said Morgan. Exercise and dance classes have been considered as well as more art classes. Morgan also suggested the possibility of music courses, including a potential offering with the theme of "pull your guitar out of the closet and try again." "It makes everybody here feel good to have a group of excited people come through the front door, create art and build community. said Morgan.

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The Mustard Seed Project began when Edie Morgan, our founder and Executive Director, first visited the Key Peninsula, more than twenty miles long with sixty-five miles of South Puget Sound shoreline, and a population now approaching 20,000.
"When I crossed over the land bridge to the peninsula, I knew it was a magical place and that I'd found my home." In 2006, as an experienced long-term care social worker, she found her true mission - help the elders of Key Peninsula age in place. After consulting with colleagues and mentors, she and a small group of volunteers surveyed the older adults of the community to understand what elders needed to be able to remain here through the end of their lives.

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"There are days when I am completely amazed by all we have done since we presented the results of our feasibility study last November, and equally amazed by all that remains to be done ,"said TMSP Founder and Executive Director Edie Morgan.

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