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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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Two Kirkland House Fires With Similar Causes

    November 9, 2017   Kirkland Fire Department Media Information Line: 425-587-3699   Kirkland, Wash. – On Wednesday, November 8, 2017, Kirkland firefighters extinguished two house fires within forty minutes of each other. There were no injuries to civilians or firefighters. Kirkland Fire Department units were assisted by crews from Woodinville, Bothell, and Redmond.   A unique […]

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YES Adopt-a-Family Program Provides Relief to Eastside Families in Tough Times

Local Sponsors Needed to Spread Holiday Cheer   The Adopt-a-Family Program at Youth Eastside Services (YES) provides welcome economic relief to YES families by bringing community members together to meet needs during the holiday season.  YES is currently seeking companies, community groups and individuals to sponsor a family from Eastside communities.   Sponsors are notified of […]

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Park Board Seeks Feedback on Naming Kirkland’s Marina Park Pavilion in Honor of Former City Manager Allen Locke

The Kirkland Park Board is seeking public comment and feedback in consideration of naming the Marina Park Pavilion “The Allen Locke Pavilion at Marina Park.”   The idea was presented to the Park Board by former Kirkland Mayors Bill Woods and Bob Neir, and former Kirkland Fire Chief Bob Ely at the June 14, 2017 […]

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