Bothell Chamber presents State of the City and Chamber addresses during January and March

  • Wednesday, January 4, 2017 4:43pm
  • Business

The Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce will host three big luncheon events with local city and community leaders in the coming weeks.

The Chamber will begin with the “State of the City” address for the City of Kenmore on Jan. 18 at the Inglewood Gold Club in Kenmore. During the luncheon, City Manager Rob Karlinsey will give the address, informing residents and business leaders about major changes and upcoming events in Kenmore. The cost to attend the luncheon is $25-35 and includes lunch.

Chamber Executive Director Brittany Caldwell will give the “State of the Chamber” address on Jan. 26 at the Northshore Senior Center in Bothell. Learn what the Chamber has planned for the new year, as well as updates from the cities of Bothell and Kenmore. New members will have the opportunity to introduce themselves and their business to the room. This event is free to the public.

Then on March 8, the new Bothell City Manager will give her first “State of the City” address for the City of Bothell. Jennifer Phillips will inform residents and business leaders about major changes and upcoming events in Bothell, including budget and development issues. Phillips was hired by the Bothell City Council during December. The luncheon is $25-35 with lunch included.

For more information visit www.bothellchamber.com or call 425-485-4353.

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