Beautify Kenmore event planned for this weekend

  • Thursday, April 20, 2017 10:53am
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“Beautify Kenmore” is volunteer-based and is meant to be a way for citizens to get to know their neighbors and foster a sense of community. Contributed art

Spring’s arrival brings showers, flowers and “Beautify Kenmore,” a community cleanup event hosted by community members.

Beautify Kenmore will be held during Earth Day weekend, Friday, April 21, through Sunday, April 23. During this time, Kenmore residents — neighbors, volunteer groups, community organizations — come together to spring clean the city’s neighborhoods.

Whatever the task, the city is asking residents to get ready to gather their soil, flowers, gardening gloves, shovels, friends and family and head outside this weekend. This community event is volunteer-based and is meant to be a way for citizens to get to know their neighbors and foster a sense of community.

For questions, or to share thoughts and plans, contact Kenmore Communications Assistant Melodi Yanik at or 425-398-8900.

Community members are encouraged to share their love for Kenmore on social media by sharing photos with the tags #BeautifyKenmore, #KenmoreWA and #WhyILoveKenmore.

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