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Seattle’s Own Daigon Alley
AUTHOR: Madrona Team

Sometimes a community comes together to create something and sometimes its to honor an important member. Both of those things happened this Halloween in an explosion of creativity from the Chambers family as they, their friends and neighbors, built Daigon Alley in their driveway in Ballard, a Seattle neighborhood. Jennifer Chambers, Madrona’s long term Fund Administrator and Jonathan Chambers, her creative, techy husband, and their two girls spearheaded this epic project which came together in the nick of time to host thousands of people on Halloween. And they raised money for Pancreatic Cancer Research in Honor of Matt Bencke, the vibrant, young CEO of Mighty.AI who had friends throughout the Seattle technology scene and died earlier in October.

Read the Geekwire story and definitely watch the video!