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Kenmore honors Seahawks by raising a 12th Man flag

Seattle Seahawk Alumnus Craig Terrill, King County Councilmember Rod Dembowski and Kenmore Mayor David Baker gathered together to raise the 12th Man flag at Kenmore City Hall Friday.

"This is an exciting day for us to have Craig here and to honor our team," Baker said. "Kenmore always supports the Seahawks."

Around 20 fans attended the event wearing Seahwaks colors and jerseys to show pride for the Seattle Seahawks as they prepare for the NFC championship game against the San Francisco 49ers.

"My wife and I have lived in Kenmore since 2006 and we think it's an amazing community of people," Terrill said. "I have to say that the Seahawks have the best fans of all time. I always felt lucky out there on the field hearing you guys make so much noise and I'm excited to join in and make my own noise for the Hawks this Sunday."

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