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Samantha St. John named Interim Executive Director of the Kirkland Chamber of Commerce

The Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce recently announced the resignation of Executive Director, Bruce Wynn effective December 31st. The Board of Directors would like to thank Bruce for his five years of service and wish him well in future endeavors.A search committee will be created to oversee the selection of a permanent successor; however the […]

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Livengood Alskog hires new associate

On Thursday Livengood Alskog announced that Alex Hurt joined the firm as an associate attorney. Hurt is a native Washingtonian, growing up in the Edmonds area. He graduated from the University of Washington and Seattle University School of Law and received a Masters of Law in Taxation from the University of Florida. He will work […]

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EAFA Gallery hosts Art Demonstration this Saturday

Evergreen Association of Fine Arts (EAFA) will host a free demonstration of pastel techniques this Saturday, December 3 from 12-4 p.m. at its new gallery at the Alley in Totem Square , 11901 – 124th Avenue N. E.  Local artist, Joan Wittler, will offer tips and instruction on working with pastels and will do a real-time pastel work with a Christmas theme.

The public is invited, and can also take in the new art show at the EAFA Gallery, as well as visit the other fine art and wine venues at the Alley.

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Central Park Tennis Club Named Facility of the Year

Central Park Tennis Club is proud to announce they are the recipients of the United States Tennis Association Pacific Northwest “2016 Facility of the Year” award. 

This prestigious recognition is awarded annually and based on the following criteria: ease of working with the USTA leagues, number of USTA teams (with respect to the size of the club), overall layout, excellence of court surfaces and lights, amenities, seating for spectators, and court use for playoffs and sectionals as well as volunteers for these large events. Previous winners of this award include the Vancouver Tennis Center (2015) and Yakima Tennis Center (2014)…

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Bitter is Coming!

 

Join us in our Kirkland taproom for the release of seven new and unique beers each brewed specifically for the event.  A new and regal beer will take the throne at the top of every hour while the previous beer will be ceremonially removed.  Prizes will be raffled off throughout the day.  Food trucks will be on site starting with Das Brat at noon and Woodshop BBQ at 3pm.  Details can be found online at www.ChainlineBrewing.com or on Facebook here

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Google announces $165,000 sponsorship for “open outdoors for kids” initiative together with U.S. Department of the Interior

Announcement made during first-ever campout held on Google’s Kirkland campus for area students served by YMCA

 

On Saturday, October 22, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell joined Google to announce a $165,000 sponsorship to the National Park Foundation’s Open OutDoors for Kids, an initiative that helps connect more kids to their national parks through fun and engaging activities. The announcement was made during a campout held on Google’s Kirkland campus together with the U.S. Department of the Interior and YMCA for 60 Seattle-area elementary students…

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Lakeshore Clinic Announces Plan to Join EvergreenHealth

Addition of Two Locations Will Expand Health System’s Primary Care Reach to 12 Practices across the Puget Sound

 

Lakeshore Clinic and EvergreenHealth announced today that Lakeshore Clinic will join the health system’s employed medical group. The acquisition plan includes employment of Lakeshore’s 18 primary care physicians and one podiatrist, as well as the transition of their clinical and office staff to employment by EvergreenHealth. Lakeshore Clinic’s providers will continue their current relationship with their patients at the existing locations in Kirkland and Bothell…

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Heard On The Street: Just Poké Opening Soon On Kirkland Ave

Attention Kirkland Diners: If you like poké, you’re in luck because Just Poké is opening soon on Kirkland Ave. in the spot that Plume once occupied.

If poké is your thing, then you are in luck. According to their Facebook page, Just Poké serves “Poké, Poké, and more Poké.”

If you are asking yourself, what is poké?, well, it is a raw fish salad served in the Hawaiian islands.

The information available about this place is sparse but we look forward to its arrival, “coming soon!”

Aloha!…

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