January 18, 2012
Coty Hogue Concert was cancelled due to snow storm. Concert rescheduled for May 20, 2012.
February 29, 2012
Dick Everest is the namesake of both Everest Park and the Everest Neighborhood but little is known about this remarkable man. Loita Hawkinson presented a PowerPoint with history going back to 1888 when Dick’s father came to Kirkland. Dick is a product of Kirkland schools, he owned the East Side Journal for many years and retired as Vice President of the UW. And it was revealed by Harold Phillip Everest was call Dick.
March 28, 2012
Joanne Forbes Deligan. Joanne is the granddaughter of Dorr and Eliza Forbes to came to Juanita in the 1870’s. Her parents started the Juanita Beach Resort after Lake Washington was lowered, exposing a beautiful beachfront. Joanne presented a PowerPoint with photos and history. Click here for photos from the evening.
April 25, 2012
Lake Washington Senior, Marin Harris, presented a PowerPoint about the historic Kellett home which is owned by her Grandmother, Joann Harris. Marin used the Kellett research for her Senior Project and then did a companion oral history with her Grandma Harris. The oral history was Marin’s entry for the annual Christina Neir Memorial Scholarship. Marin’s entry received the scholarship. Bob and Jim Neir were on hand to present Marin with her scholarship. Click here for photos from the evening.
May 30th, 2012
Concert sponsored by Laura Bradley-Pierucci, great-granddaughter of Kirkland Founder J. Montgomery Sears. Laura lives in Italy but thanks to the internet, Kirkland now knows several of J. Montgomery and Sarah Choate Sears’s family members. Thank you Laura for your generosity.
Singing with banjo and guitar accompaniment Caty Hogue mixes traditional, contemporary and original songs, taking you on an Americana music journey. Caty’s rendition of the traditional song ‘Going to the West’ charted #1 on the Folk-DJ radio charts this past summer. http://www.cotyhogue.com
June 27, 2012
Kirkland Historic Properties.
King County Historic Preservation Officer Julie Koler and King County Preservation Architect Todd Scott gave a very informative summery about the value for Kirkland to have a historic properties inventory. Senior Planner Angela Ruggeri summarized the project and how the City plans to move forward including the newly annexed areas of Kirkland. Volunteers Glenn Landguth and David Sherbrooke spoke about their involvement in the project. Both have deep roots in Kirkland which may have helped spark their interest as they toured the neighborhoods. Later in the evening, LWSH Senior and winner of the 2012 Christine Neir Memorial Scholarship, Marin Harris, gave a shortened version of her program about the Kellett Home. This home is on the inventory. Thank you all for participating.
July 4, 2012
Thank you Evergreen Model A Car Club for representing KHS in the parade.
The Model A Ford was built from 1928 until 1931. Over 4 ½ million cars were produced. The Evergreen Model A Ford Club is located in Seattle and surrounding area. Members are dedicated to the preservation and restoration of the Model A Ford. The Evergreen Chapter of the Model A Ford Club of America has over 120 family memberships. If you are interested in getting more information, please visit www.EvergreenModelA.com
July and August, 2012
No program. Have a safe and happy summer
September 26, 2012
World’s Fair program and Sundae Social. Fresh Blackberries on ice cream.
October 27, 2012 NEW LOCATION & TIME
Peter Kirk Community Center
352 Kirkland Avenue
Lobby Meeting Room 11:00 – 12:00
Program to be announced.
No program. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.
Annual Cookie Exchange for members only. Watch for mailing with date and location.