Archive | November, 2017

Cow and Coyote Are Feeling Festive

The Cow and Coyote love this time of year. They get to celebrate the giving spirit by dressing as their favorite holiday characters, Santa Cow and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Coyote. Stop by and tell Santa Cow what you’ll be hoping for this Christmas. She’ll do her best to grant your wishes (even though she has […]

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Help Remove Invasive Scotch Broom on the Cross Kirkland Corridor on December 4th

Monday, December 4 9 to 11 am We’ll be working next to 120th Ave NE in Totem Lake (red “X” on map). Parking available next to the CKC at 120th Ave NE (red “P” on map). Tools provided Bring water to drink Wear long pants, long sleeves, sturdy traction boots or shoes (ground may be wet or slippery) Bring leather gloves if you have them (I’ll […]

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LETTER: Houghton Rezone

Sent by: Dan Ryan On: November 26, 2017 The Kirkland City Council is about to approve changes in zoning at the Houghton-Everest Business Center. The effort to prepare for future growth has failed. By not setting viable standards for development, changes in the center are effectively deferred until a future rezoning. But maybe we can […]

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The Cow and Coyote are Ready to Give Thanks

The Cow and Coyote have a lot to be thankful for – they love the gorgeous city they live in, their friendly neighbors, and of course, their many outfits that ensure they are ready for any celebration. They’d be very thankful if you stopped by to snap a picture with them.

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With Kirkland Rotary, Kids are Warm at John Muir Elementary

Thanks to School Counselor, Kathy Dryden, several dozen winter coats purchased by the Rotary Club of Kirkland were distributed to students at John Muir Elementary. Additionally, School Counselor Brynn Nielsen of Robert Frost Elementary was able to ensure a number of students from Robert Frost Elementary also received new winter coats.   For many years, […]

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