Updated: Nov 28, 2019
Big upgrade continues interior renewal for community venue
Just in time for the holidays, Kenmore Community groups gathering to celebrate the season will find the Kenmore Community Club hall to be more attractive and beautiful than in the past with new hardwood flooring installed together with the recently restored natural wood beams. The overall effect will be to celebrate in a richer, warmer atmosphere.
The flooring was installed by Grateful Flooring, owned by club member Ron Lackey who restored the original hard maple design with contrasting border as specified by the landmarks commission in keeping with 1925 design.
The flooring project is just the latest upgrade to the venerable community hall that originally opened as a rural grange hall in 1925. Led by President David Evans over the past five years, the club has steadily worked to renovate the hall facilities with a new roof and siding, upgraded kitchen, along with new room lighting, and stage lighting with control board for bands, theater groups, or other performance events.
Each project could not have been completed without thousands of volunteer hours. For the flooring and beam restoration project many thanks to David and daughters Avery and Sienna and their friend Jaimie Murray, Jay Greening, Omur and Kristan Muhittinoglu and their sons Deniz and Derin, Kathi and Ed Straw, Mohan and Bharati Khandekar. Special thanks to Ron Lackey who, in addition to installing the floor, contributed many volunteer hours.
Community groups ranging from churches, to Boy Scouts have used the hall for years. In addition community members gather in the KCC hall to celebrate milestone birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, as well as groups of Kenmore residents who just need a place to party.
With the beautiful new floor and the restored beams, the Kenmore Club hall is becoming the place to gather in Kenmore for groups up to 125 people. For rental information visit the Hall Rental page on this website.