The Bothell Kenmore Chamber was pleased to host our annual State of the City of Bothell Luncheon this week. For the fourth year Bothell City Manager Jennifer Phillips delivered the address, and this year she was joined by newly appointed Mayor Liam Olsen. The two outlined the city’s accomplishments, as well as the primary goals and focus for the city and council for 2020.
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An extensive range of topics were covered during the presentation including: affordable housing, public safety, community health, economic development, community connections, cybersecurity for government, parks and recreation, and more.
The Chamber also presented our Student of the Month Award to Shaena Kruse Ramos of Bothell High School. Shaena was introduced by Bothell High School Principal Juan Price.
The Chamber wishes to extend special thank you’s to our featured presenters Jennifer Phillips, Bothell City Manager and Mayor Liam Olsen, the staff at the City of Bothell, our amazing hosts – the Evergreen Church who provided their wonderful volunteers and their spacious state-of-the-art venue, our sponsors: Community Transit, The Pop, Junction Bothell, The 104 Apartments, Sound Transit, Alexa’s Cafe & Catering, Bothell Kenmore Reporter, Northshore Schools Foundation, and our Chamber staff, Ambassadors, Board Members, and volunteers for all your support in making this annual event a success.
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We invite the community to join us on March 11 for the State of the City of Kenmore Luncheon where Kenmore City Manager Rob Karlinsey will deliver the address. This event will be held at the Inglewood Golf Club in Kenmore. We look forward to seeing you there.