The Shorewood on the Sound Community Club (SOTS CC) is located in the northwest part of Burien Washington and has about 452 households within its boundaries. Ours is a well extablished club that has been active in the community for over 70 years.  The By-Laws governing our organization were first drafted shortly after the war, in 1946.  The club properties include the Shorewood Community Beach and Boat Ramp, and the many neighborhood trails winding throughout our neighborhood and connecting to the trail system within the extensive surrounding natural areas, parks, and greenbelts. 

We have a long tradition in SOTS of community participation and comradery. Click the Annual Events tab above to see some of the things we have been up to.

The Shorewood on the Sound Community Club (SOTS CC) Annual Meeting is held each November at Shorewood Elementary School.  At these meetings, we elect board members and officers to serve on the SOTS CC Board beginning in January of the following year.  It’s a great way to meet neighbors and contribute to the neighborhood.

For descriptions of Board positions please see SOTS CC Bylaws, amended in 2016. 

If you are interested or would like more information, please contact: 
Nominating Committee Chair Lori Buchsbaum at 206-240-4639 or

Nominations can be made before or at the annual meeting, but the earlier the better.  Thanks! I hope to hear from you. - Lori Buchsbaum

If you would like to help out with an event (or if you have an idea for a new one) you can contact any Board Member directly or you can click the Contact Us tab above, write a comment, and we will respond to you as quickly as possible.

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Individuals or groups have an opportunity to receive some volunteer service hours through the City of Burien, the Environmental Science Center, and the Shorewood on the Sound Community Club by attending Shorewood Community Park Work Parties.

To find out more click on the Get Involved tab above. 

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The volunteer force boasts many community members – some pulled ivy from an area graced by two Noble Fir trees planted by Fred Henzi 20 years ago, and others planted Coastal Strawberry plants which are a wonderful native groundcover. The project goals are to remove invasive plants and to replace them with native ground cover. Get Involved with Adopt-A-Park.

Click on the Resources tab above for club and local area information, and to find links to local websites and blogs.

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