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Kirkland Kiwanis Foundation And St. John’s Episcopal Church Assist In Providing Free Dental Care

  The morning of April 18, a very large, well-equipped van pull into the parking lot of the St John’s Episcopal Church in downtown Kirkland.  The Medical Teams International (MTI) mobile dental van provides free urgent dental care including hygienists cleaning.  The program is aimed at low income persons in the community over the age […]

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Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast Is A Big Success

Thanks Goes To The Kirkland Community For Their Support   It was Memorial Day Saturday, May 27, 2017.  The Kiwanis Club of Kirkland sponsored their Annual Pancake Breakfast at the Kirkland Community Center at Parkplace.  Many club members were on the job at 5am picking up food, setting up tables and chairs, bringing in table […]

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Rotary Club of Kirkland provides scholarships to deserving students

The main objective of Rotary is service—in the community, in the workplace—and throughout the world. Rotarians develop community service projects that address many of today’s most critical issues, such as children at risk, pov- erty and hunger, the environment, illiteracy and violence. The Rotary motto is “Service Above Self”. At our Annual Rotary Club of […]

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UPDATED “Whirling For Liberty” auction to support Kirkland’s 4th of July Festival, June 16

Kirkland Downtown Association announces a special event, “Whirling for Liberty”, an auction and live music event at the Fraternal Order of Eagles on June 16th from 7-11PM.  All proceeds from this event will go to the 2017 Kirkland Fourth of July Festival. KDA and local volunteers including Terri Fletcher, Glenn Peterson, Cindy Reynolds and Penny […]

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Join local historian Matthew McCauley on Kirkland Cemetery Tour, June 4

Matthew McCauley author of “A Look To The Past: Kirkland” and the upcoming new release “Images of America – Early Kirkland” returns for the popular Kirkland Cemetery Tour, sponsored by the Kirkland Heritage Society. Don’t miss these fascinating stories of Kirkland history and pioneers! Meet at the fountain, Sunday June 4, 9-Noon. Free/By donation, all […]

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Tis the season: please trim your sidewalks

By Karen Story Did you know that adjacent property owners are responsible for keeping sidewalks trimmed? Overgrown sidewalks are a safety hazard, especially for kids walking to school or people pushing strollers. Please make sure your sidewalks are trimmed, and if you see an overgrown sidewalk, consider asking the owner to trim it, or you […]

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Kirkland Highlands Garage Sale, May 20th from 9 AM-2PM

Garage sale aficionados: get ready to find some great stuff on Saturday, the 20th, from 9AM-2 PM in the Kirkland Highlands. You can access the neighborhood from Central Way at 114th Ave NE, just west of 405. Don’t forget to go deep into the neighborhood as great stuff will be everywhere. There are 15+ homes […]

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