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Hundreds join in Kenmore's 25th birthday celebration!

Hundreds of Kenmore resident celebrated the City's 25th Anniversary as a city Aug. 26 at Town Square. The crowd enjoyed a variety of booths, and city presentations led by Mayor Nigel Herbig. The festivities began appropriately for the city with Scottish roots with traditional bagpipe music by the Northwest Junior Pipeband, and included a flyover by Kenmore Air on a sunny August day.

It was a fitting way to celebrate in Town Square, as the crowning achievement of the City over that 25 year span. The site, now the center of the city, features Stoup Brewing restaurant, the Hanger with Cafe Ladro, and a plaza for gatherings complete with a fountain, all on what was once mostly a parking lot.

The day's festivities starting at 9am with the running of the first Kenmore Quad, a fun run, swim, bike and paddle event that highlighted the activities and the spectacularly redone Log Boom and TL' awh-ah-dees parks that make Kenmore special.

Music was performed by The Voice contestant and Kenmore resident Jaeden Luke, and the Blue Wave Band.

Thanks to sponsors Kenmore Air, Amazon, Northshore Utility District, Northwest Electric and Solar and support from Village Concepts of Bothell

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