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A walk down DennyFest memory lane

The Top 10 Reasons to go to DennyFest from the past five years. Along with chili, pies, and dogs (both the edible and barking kinds), DennyFest wouldn’t be what it is without our annual list of reasons why you need to attend. Jeff Hoerth, former president of Denny Creek Neighborhood Alliance (now the Finn...

Dog Blog: H is for Hawk & How Come People Keep Calling My Name?

   There seems to be some excitement in the air. Or has the world gone crazy?   I’m a happy, well-adjusted yellow lab, and, as you can see from the picture,  I have been thrown a football from time to time. But these days, people I know are going around with their faces painted college navy blue...

Decision Made Where the $185K Reserve Funds Will Go

The FHPRD Board (Finn Hill Parks and Recreation District) approved an amendment to our agreement with the City of Kirkland last night to transfer $175,000 in park funds to the city for the purpose of constructing a second picnic shelter and sprinkler system at OO Denny Park with the remainder of funds to be...

Responses from: What would YOU do with $185,000

Dear Finn Hill neighbors and friends:  This is just a quick reminder that the annual FHNA member’s meeting is scheduled for this Wednesday, November 6, at 7pm in the Finn Hill Middle School Cafeteria (8040 Northeast 132nd Street Kirkland, WA 98034). We’ve got 3 main items on the agenda:  Election of FHNA...

Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance Annual Meeting – Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Dear Finn Hill neighbors and friends: The Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance is holding its annual members’ meeting next Wednesday, November 6, at 7pm in the Finn Hill Middle School cafeteria. (8040 Northeast 132nd Street Kirkland, WA 98034.) This is a public meeting and all Finn Hill residents are encouraged...

Finn Hill Park & Recreation District asks: What would YOU do with $185,000?

Dear Finn Hill friends and neighbors: The Finn Hill Park & Recreation District (FHPRD) has $185,000 that it wants to designate for Finn Hill park and open space projects by November 7. The FHPRD commissioners have identified uses for the money but they would like to give the public a final opportunity...

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