Kenmore city manager Rob Karlinsey will give a state of the city address on Jan. 17. Courtesy of the City of Kenmore

Kenmore city manager Rob Karlinsey will give a state of the city address on Jan. 17. Courtesy of the City of Kenmore

Kenmore State of the City address set for Jan. 17

City manager Rob Karlinsey will give the address

  • Wednesday, December 27, 2017 11:59am
  • News

The Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce and Kenmore Business Alliance will host the fourth annual Kenmore State of the City Luncheon, featuring Kenmore city manager Rob Karlinsey at 11 a.m. on Jan. 17.

The luncheon will be at the Inglewood Golf Club, 6505 Inglewood Rd. N.E. in Kenmore.

Karlinsey will discuss major projects and upcoming activities in Kenmore.

Schedule:

11 a.m: Open networking and registration

11:30 a.m: Sit-down luncheon and presentation begins

1-1:30 p.m: Open networking

Prior to the address, a student of the month will be presented.

Tickets for this event include lunch from the Inglewood Golf Club, gratuity and parking.

For more information and to purchase tickets visit www.bothellchamber.com.

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