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LETTER FROM MAYOR SUZETTE COOKE
GETTING STARTED COUNCIL PRESIDENT DENNIS HIGGINS
KENT AREA SCHOOLS
Kentâ€™s diverse schools are an excellent place to learn
STAYING IN TOUCH Emergency response system in Kent
Family fun in Kent
SEATTLE THUNDERBIRDS Western Hockey League play at the ShoWare Center
Welcome to the community
EAST HILL BOXING CLUB Youth activity at Phoenix Academy
Phone numbers and websites to help get you settled
PARKS AND FACILITIES Kentâ€™s large park system includes opportunities for everyone to get outside
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A RICH HISTORY The Kent Historical Museum
Ongoing activities for those ages 50 and over.
MONTH BY MONTH Activities in Kent by month
Come Home to the Weatherly Inn
2012 KENT RESIDENTSâ€™ GUIDE The Kent Residentsâ€™ Guide is a special section published by the Kent Reporter. Extra copies are available at City Hall, Kent Chamber of Commerce and local libraries.
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Discover Kent - a great city hether its outdoor activ- ball, swimming and fishing to ities, performing arts, name a few. Our residents can also ensports or shopping you enjoy; residents can “Find it in joy participating in the arts, both performing and fine arts, Kent”! through programs ofKent is also home to fered through Kent’s vibrant neighborhoods Parks and Recreation that provide residents Department. And our with housing choices to walking/hiking/biking complement their lifetrail system crisscrossstyles. es the Valley adjacent Become familiar with to wetlands, along the our great city by tourMayor Suzette Cooke Green River or through ing the city’s web site at our many parks. KentWA.gov. There you Another venue in will find a host of civic activities, public meetings and Kent that offers a variety of a plethora of information about fun events is ShoWare Center, city services and upcoming home to the Western Hockey League’s Seattle Thunderbirds. community events. With our variety of weather, The Birds’ schedule and other you can find an activity that events can be found at ShoWwill help you stay mentally and areCenter.com. Are you a shopper? Look no physically healthy: golf, soccer, bowling, bicycling, hiking, soft- further. There’s a lot of entic-
ing retail activity on the East Hill and Meridian areas, while the West Hill retail area hosts Lowe’s and Fred Meyer. Those looking for an international flair will enjoy the Great Wall Mall at the north end of the Kent Valley which attracts people from throughout King and Pierce counties. Of course there’s downtown – most notable is Kent Station, a convenient gathering place for friends and family. With stylish clothing boutiques, theaters, dining options and college classes, people come from all over the Puget Sound to visit. Located on James Street and Fourth Avenue, Kent Station has made our city a destination for residents, shoppers, students and tourists alike. Visitors can’t come to Kent without taking the time to
explore our historic district. Whether having a delicious meal at one of several restaurants, or taking in the quaint shops, historic downtown is sure to delight. Don’t miss it! Kent’s strength in manufacturing, warehouse and distribution continues to make this area the “powerhouse” of south King County. When you consider the major businesses that call Kent home, such as REI and Starbucks Roasting Plant, we can appreciate the variety of high-quality employment opportunities available to Kent residents. I hope you enjoy “Finding it in Kent” and as your mayor, I am proud and honored to work with you. Mayor Suzette Cooke
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GETTING STARTED INFORMATION TO GET YOU SETTLED EMERGENCY: 911
Tip Line (for crimes not currently in progress): 253-856-5800
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UTILITIES Centennial Building, 400 West Gowe, Ste 122 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday (253) 856-5201/Finance@kentwa.gov
POST OFFICES WASTE DISPOSAL If you do not currently receive garbage and/ or recycling service, please contact Allied Waste at 253-872-7220 to establish service.
LICENSES & PERMITS Kent Licensing Agency Inc: 331 Washington Ave S. 253-852-3110 Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Valley Vehicle Licensing: 27331 172nd Ave SE, Ste 116 253-630-7090 Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Department of Licensing Office: 25410 74th Ave S. 253-872-6019 Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Thursday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday 8 a.m. to noon
Vehicle Emissions Testing 3002 A St SE Auburn, 98002 253-939-1225
Downtown: 216 W Gowe St. Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. East Hill: 10612 SE 240th St. Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Midway: 23418 Pacific Highway S. Monday - Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Public Transit King County Metro: http://tripplanner.kingcounty. gov or call 206-553-3000 Sound Transit buses & Sounder Commuter Rail: www.soundtransit.org Local Shuttle Services Circulating Shuttle: Free shuttle serving Downtown Kent & Kent East Hill Monday to Saturday. More info: http://metro.kingcounty.gov or 206-553-3000 Commuter Shuttle: Links Sounder rail with Kent Valley businesses. 918 is the route number for the Commuter Shuttle. http://metro.kingcounty.gov or 206-5533000
ROAD AND TRAFFIC INFORMATION
Marriage License King County Regional Justice Center 'PVSUI"WF/t
Permit Center Centennial Center Bldg. 8(PXF4USFFUt
Fire Station 71: 504 West Crow Street Fire Station 72: 25620 140th Avenue SE Fire Station 73: 26512 Military Road South Fire Station 74: 24611 116th Avenue SE Fire Station 75: 15635 SE 272nd Street Fire Station 76: 20676 72nd Avenue South Fire Station 77: 20717 132nd Avenue SE Fire Station 78: 17820 SE 256th
For a list of accepted materials and quantity limits and restrictions, call the Household Hazards Line at 206-296-4692. Seattle South Transfer Station: 8105 5th Ave. S. (south of the First Ave. S. Bridge), Seattle Hours: Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Auburn SuperMall: Northwest corner, 1101 SuperMall Way, Auburn Hours: 1st and 3rd full* (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) weekends, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. *If the 1st is a Saturday or Sunday, the Wastemobile will not be operating
805 SW 10th St. Renton, 98055 425-228-6453 Many locations throughout Kent, including: King County Animal Shelter UI"WF4t
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CRISIS LINES 24 hour Crisis Line: 425-656-7867 Consejo Counseling: 206-461-4480
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HELP Washington State Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-562-6025 (voice/TTY) YWCA Domestic Violence Advocacy line FYU
KENT LIBRARY OE"WFOVF/ ,FOU t 3330 Monday-Thursday: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday: 1-5 p.m.
CITY OF KENT $JUZ)BMMUI"WF4PVUIt$JUZPG,FOUT http://www.ci.kent.wa.us/.
CITY COUNCIL There are seven City Council members, each elected to four-year terms. Their terms are staggered, with elections held every odd-numbered year. Meetings are the first and third Tuesdays of each month at 7 QNFYDFQUJO%FDFNCFS XIFOUIF$PVODJM meets on the second Tuesday of the month. The first meetings of the month in August and November are held at 5 p.m.
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Welcome to our Kent community In a recent retreat, the Kent n behalf of my colleagues on the Kent City Council, City Council established a viI would like to extend to sion for our city: “Kent is a you a warm welcome! We hope safe, connected and beautiful city; culturally vibrant you will find, as we have, with richly diverse urban that our city is a rewardcenters.” This vision is ing and dynamic place already a good descripin which to raise a famtion of our city. We are ily and grow a business. committed to maintainThank you for considing and growing our ering Kent for the next excellent transportachapter in your life. Dennis Higgins tion network, parks and Some of us on the recreation system and council have lived in Kent our entire lives, attended police department. The mayor our high schools, raised chil- and the City Council are also dren here and run successful working diligently together to businesses. Others of us are ensure that Kent embraces its more recent arrivals, attracted role as the economic hub of by the excellent schools, the af- south King County. We are very proud of the fordable cost of living and the rich diversity of experiences in people from around the country Kent. All of us agree that Kent and around the world who enprovides an environment unique rich our city through their train the greater Seattle area for ditions, churches, languages, and participation in Kent’s civic pursuing the American dream.
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Lauren Vermilion, Miss Cornucopia 2010 crowns Tina Chen as 2011 Miss Cornucopia. CHARLES CORTES, Kent Reporter life. The Kent International Festival, held every June, gives our entire community an opportunity to experience the wonderful cultures of our neighbors. Kent Cornucopia Days, put on every July by our Lions Club, is the ultimate celebration of our traditions and of our future. You will also find a vibrant business sector that can provide your every possible retail and service need. Kent sits at the center of the fourth-largest manufacturing and warehousing district in the United States,
and is one of the main employment and economic centers of the Puget Sound region. If you can’t “find it in Kent,” you won’t find it anywhere! Thank you once again for considering Kent. Please experience our hospitality and exciting attractions, and please take advantage of all the assistance that the city and community will provide you as you begin your new journey. Welcome! Dennis Higgins Council President
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Kent City Council members from left to right front row are Jamie Perry, Deborah Ranniger and Les Thomas. Back row from left to right are Elizabeth Albertson, Dennis Higgins, Bill Boyce and Dana Ralph.
Be Sure To Attend These Kent Lions Community Events
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School Messenger makes the call School Messenger is also designed to determine what a This year, Kent School Dis- child’s home language is. “We need this because our trict staff found a fast way to connect with parents during school district is so diverse,” Halliday said. “The two main school emergencies. A new phone messaging sys- languages spoken are Engtem called School Messenger lish and Spanish, so it was allows staff to send recorded important to us to offer those messages to parents’ cell- languages in order for our parphone numbers, alerting them ents to understand completely what is going on.” to a situation occurring at The system is the their child’s school. quickest way district “Technology is beSCHOOL staff can communicate coming a bigger and with parents. bigger factor these “We have always days, so the mesdone our best to commusenger is a useful tool nicate with parents whenevfor our school district to have,” said Mike Halliday, dis- er things occur and things just trict spokesperson.”Most par- happen so quickly there are ents or guardians have mobile lots of deacons to be made,” phones and it’s important we Halliday said. “A child’s safety have the functionality to in- is our main priority; this sysform them about emergency tem allows us to communicate situations through the devise with their parents in a way that is faster than posting somethey use the most.” By Sarah Kehoe
Bring Your Challenges
Jennifer Gilbert-Smith 253-630-1828
Jose Alvarez 206-219-0523
Jan Glenn 253-261-3025
Philip Baskaron 206-255-3400
Calvin Gligorea 206-795-0794
Pat Conger 206-227-1959
Karen Hoffman 253-797-3939
Kathy DuBois-Schwab 206-380-6716
Julie Horton 206-300-0400
Superintendent’s Office 253-373-7701 Transportation Services 253-373-7442 Student Services 253-373-7513 Food and Nutrition Services 253-373-7275 Ombudsman Services 253-373-7117 School Board Debbie Straus, President 206-713-9719 Tim Clark, Vice President 253-854-1895 Bill Boyce, District Director 253-631-7213 Russ Hanscom, District Director 253-852-6544 Karen DeBruler, Legislative Liason 425-277-6648
ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS Carriage Crest 18235 140th Ave SE, Renton
Cedar Valley 26500 Timberlane Way SE, Covington
Covington 17070 S.E. Wax Road, Covington
Michele Hunt 206-334-7449
Cathy Jacobs 206-755-4840
Zdenka Kalezic 206-407-4404
Cris LeCompte 206-595-7422
Cindy Lucas 206-714-9716
Leon Lyman 253-639-3350
Teresa Lyman 253-709-0913
Heather McCurdy 253-653-3668
Florence Ong 253-347-0510
Dean & Liz Paquette 253-334-0085
Allegro Performing Arts Academy
Teresa Saenger 206-510-8407
Mary Saucier 253-639-8608
Pat Sheets 253-740-1102
Bruce Spears 206-769-8529
Karen Stevenson 206-251-6200
Ballet ~ Jazz ~ Tap ~ Lyrical Hip Hop ~ Drama ~ Musical Theater Tumbling ~ Yoga ~ Pilates
Elizabeth Waloweek 253-217-6173
Lorelei Windhorn 253-569-1058
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thing on our website.” The new feature was tested this month when district officials locked down Kent-Meridian High School for about 30 minutes Oct. 8, after hearing a report of a man carrying a gun near French Field, the stadium next to the school. The incident turned out to be a false report. “We were able to send a phone message out to our parents, alerting them of the situation and describing how we were handling it,” Halliday said. “Everything worked out well. We like to let our parents know about things like this, especially because the kids will probably be going home and talking about what happened at school.” The system means parents don’t have to contact the school district for answers. “We have around 2,000 students at some of our schools, so if we had to just rely on the phone to communicate, it would take much longer to talk to our parents,” Halliday said. “I think this system helps because it answers their questions right away so they don’t feel they need to search to find answers about what is going on with their child. However, we are pleased to be around to answer any questions parents have for us if they’d like to call.”
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Kent Mountain View Academy
25225 180th Ave SE, Covington
27710 108th Ave SE
22300 132nd Ave SE
22420 Military Road S., Des Moines
George T. Daniel
25621 140th Ave SE
11310 SE 248th St.
East Hill 9825 S. 240th St.
Emerald Park 11800 S.E. 216th St.
Fairwood 16600 148th Ave SE, Renton
Glenridge 19405 120th Ave SE, Renton
Grass Lake 28700 191st Place SE
Kent Phoenix Academy
11919 SE 270th St.
19640 SE 272nd St., Covington
6300 S. 236th St.
16400 SE 251st St., Covington
10200 SE 216th St.
12600 SE 192nd St., Renton
11010 SE 232nd St.
25621 140th Ave SE
27825 118th Ave SE
620 N. Central Ave.
18030 162nd Place SE, Renton
27641 144th Ave SE
Jenkins Creek 26915 186th Ave SE, Covington
Kent 24700 64th Ave S
Lake Youngs 19660 142nd Ave SE
11000 SE 264th St.
17007 SE 184th St., Renton
Sawyer Woods 31135 228th Ave SE, Black Diamond
21401 SE 300th St.
26025 Woodland Way S.
10020 SE 256th St.
12651 SE 218th Place
12430 SE 208th St.
20035 100th Ave SE
12711 SE 248th St.
25800 164th Ave.SE, Covington
The Kentlake High School drama department presented â€œThe Phantom of the Opera.â€?
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â˜… THURSDAY - Loaded Jam Night 8PM to 12AM /21+/NC
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Extra Cheese Costs Extra. Limited time offer. Delivery 21.99 + tax
Extra Cheese Costs Extra. Limited time offer. Delivery 30.99 + tax
$15 minimum for delivery, Delivery area 5 mile radius $1.99 delivery fee
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Delivery 30.99 + tax
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Extra Cheese Costs Extra. Limited time offer. Delivery 1.99 + tax
1-14" Lrg Pizza with 2-Toppings 2 Lasagna or Spaghetti 5PTTFE4BMBETr(BSMJD5PBTU Cheese $28.99+tax Extra costs extra
FREE Salad Rolls!
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Thank you for visiting our neighborhood store. Youâ€™ll enjoy meeting some of the areaâ€™s greatest employees and partaking in coffee and culinary delights that will reinforce return visits. We hope to welcome you time and time again as we share the good things life offers over great coffee served by great people.
Learning through Exploration
Montessori Plus School
Whatever a child can do for himself, he should be allowed to do. â€” Maria Montessori
For Children 2 Â˝ to 6
TWO LOCATIONS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE!
Kent East Hill: UI"WF4 ,FOU 8"t8:00am â€“ 3:30pm Downtown Kent: SE"WF4 ,FOU 8"t7:00am â€“ 5:30pm
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Serving Kent since 1981
SENIOR ACTIVITIES KENT SENIOR ACTIVITY CENTER 600 East Smith St. 253-856-5150 Mâ€“F: 8:30 amâ€“4:30 pm* *Extended hours Tuesday to 9:45 pm Wednesday to 9 pm
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The Kent Senior Activity Center features daily recreation activities, including lunch, classes, workshops, trips, health screenings, health and insurance sessions and Fitness Center for adults 50+.
Services may require appointment, fee, or donation. Call 253-856-5150 for more information.
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SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE â€“ WITH OR WITHOUT DISABILITIES. STUDIO 315
Fridays, 7- 9 pm. Kent Commons. Studio 315 is a social club with activities including dances, talent shows, casino nights and holiday parties. Registration required.
ARBOR VILLAGE WII SESSIONS Mondays & Fridays, 1-3 pm See what all the excitement is about! Learn how to play these interactive games.
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Dances feature live music every Tuesday at 1:15 pm and 7:30 pm. THE DELI AND CAFE at the Kent Senior Activity Center 8FFLEBZTBNUPQN BMMBHFTXFMDPNF 8FEOFTEBZ%FMJ0OMZBMMBHFTXFDPNF Menu Hotline: 253-856-5155, #1
Monthly meetings are held at the Kent Senior Activity Center (600 E. Smith St.) the 3rd Thursday of each month, from 10:00 a.m. until noon. For more information, please contact Lisa Boon at (253) 630-1722.
NAMI (South King County)
Limited selections vary daily. Options subject to change without notice.
Offering support and education for anyone who has or is involved with someone who has a mental illness; meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month from 6:30â€“8:30 p.m. at the Alliance Center (515 W. Harrison St.). For more information call (253) 854-6264.
Celebrate 2012 with a well-trained dog! Puppy Manners ~ Home Obedience & Off-Leash Control Conformation ~ Competition Obedience ~ Rally ~ Agility Canine Good Citizen ~ Therapy Dog ~ Musical Freestyle Free Seminars ~ Workshops ~ And more!
We offer all types of training for all types of dogs. Small group classes taught by professional, caring instructors.
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YOUTH ACTIVITIES KENT HAS BEEN NAMED BY AMERICA'S PROMISE AS ONE OF 100 BEST COMMUNITIES FOR YOUNG PEOPLE!! YOU ME WE 2011
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Friday, Feb. 24, 6 - 9:30 pm. ShoWare Center 625 W James St. Admission is free.
AFTER SCHOOL ENERGY
MERIDIAN MIDDLE SCHOOL LATE NIGHT 23480 120th Ave. SE. 253.856.5030. www.kentteens.com or facebook.com/KentTeens Free late night program on Tuesday nights, 5:30 - 9:00 pm, for teens 7th grade - 19 years old. Must have valid, approved ID to enter. Closed on school holidays.
TOTEM MIDDLE SCHOOL LATE NIGHT 26630 40th Ave. South. 253.856.5030. www.kentteens.com or facebook.com/KentTeens Free late night program on Friday nights, 5:30 - 9:30 pm, for teens 6th grade - 9th grade. Must have valid, approved ID to enter.
KENT PARKS COMMUNITY CENTER 11000 SE 264th St. (inside Kent Phoenix Academy) Monday - Thursday: 4:30 - 9 pm Friday: 4:30 - 9:45 pm Saturday, 5:30 - 9:45 pm There is always something fun going on at the Kent Parks Community Center for teens between the 7th grade and 19 years of age! ID is
Looking for a fun-filled afternoon for your K-6th grader? We offer a variety of HIGH ENERGY activities at 8 local elementary schools that will get your child up and active and having a ton of fun while doing it - for FREE! For a registration form call the Youth and Teen Division at (253) 856-5030. Parents must fill out specific registration form for this program.
INDOOR PARK Ages 10 months - 4½ years Indoor Park is a traditional outdoor playground brought inside. On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings. Play with toys, balls, and other playground type equipment in a dry and safe environment. Parents are required to supervise their own children at all times (maximum of 3 children per adult) Cost is $2.00 per visit and $1.00 each additional child as the "drop in fee" or buy a 10-visit pass for $15.00. Call for more information, (253) 856-5000.Schedule: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 9:30 - 11 am. No indoor park April 10-12.
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PARKS & FACILITIES EXPLORE THE KENT PARK SYSTEM TO REALLY GET MOVING! SKATE PARKS Arbor Heights Park 360: 11525 SE 240th St. Kent Lions Skate Park in downtown Kent: W. Smith and Interurban Trail West Hill Skate Park: 42nd Ave. S. and Reith Road
OFF LEASH DOG PARKS Grandview Off-Leash Area (OLA), SeaTac (37.7 acres): S. 228th Street and Military Road S., SeaTac Morrill Meadows Off-leash Dog Park (3.5 acres): 10808 SE 248th St.
Green River Trail: 10.46 miles one way Interurban Trail: 6.10 miles Lake Fenwick Trail: 1.09 miles Morrill Meadows Park Trail: .25 miles wooded trail, .25 mile meadow trail Clark Lake Park: (additional sections under development) - 1.86 miles Pine Tree Park (Loop): .40 mile Springwood Park (Loop): .41 miles West Fenwick Park: Lower trial (loop) .30 miles/Upper trail (round trip from lower loop) .44 miles
VALLEY PARKS Anderson Greenbelt: South 259th Street at approximately 80th Avenue South Anderson Park: Russell Road, south of S 212th St Borden Playfields: James Street and Fourth Ave N. Briscoe Park: South 190th Street on the east side of Green River Burlington Green: W. Meeker St & Railroad Ave. N.
Campus Park: Canyon Drive and S 252nd St Castlereagh Sister City Park: W Meeker and Railroad Ave N Cottonwood Grove Park: Between Frager Rd and Green River (approximately South 238th) Commons Playfields: James St and Fifth Ave N First Avenue Park: 219 First Ave S Foster Park: S 259th St and 74th Ave S Gowe Street Mini-park: Kennebeck Ave & Titus St Green River Natural Resources Area: West of 64th Ave S between S 228th and S 212th Ikuta Greenbelt: 19001 84th Ave S Kaibara Park: First Ave between W Smith and W Meeker streets Kent Memorial Park: 850 Central Ave N Kent Rotary Downtown Basketball Ct: W James St and Interurban Trail Kherson Park: Second Ave S and West Gowe St Kiwanis Tot Lots: First Ave S and W Crow St; Second Ave N and W Cloudy St; Alexander St between E Chicago and East Seattle; Fifth Ave S and W Crow St Mill Creek Earthworks Park: 742 E Titus St Naden RV Park: Naden Ave S, South of W Meeker Old Fishing Hole: Frager Rd, South of W Meeker Riverbend Golf Complex: 2019 W Meeker St Riverview Park: Hawley Rd at approx. S 255th St Rosebed Park: First Ave between W Gowe and W Meeker Russell Road Park: 24400 Russell Road Springbrook Greenbelt: S 180th St, East of Milwaukee RR Titus Railroad Park: First Ave S and Titus St Uplands Playfields: W Meeker St and Sixth Ave N Valley Floor Community Park: 21601 Frager Rd S Van Dorenâ€™s Landing Park: 21861 Russell Road Willis Street Greenbelt: 4th Ave S and Willis St Yangzhou Park: Railroad Ave N and W Smith St
EAST HILL PARKS tOE"WF4& tOE"WFOVF4& tUI$PSSJEPS tUI"WFOVF4& Canterbury Neighborhood Park: 24409 100th Ave SE Chestnut Ridge Neighborhood Park: 9901 S 203rd St Clark Lake Park: Between SE 240th and SE 248th streets at 127th Ave SE East Hill Park: 10920 SE 248th St. Eastridge Park: SE 257th Street and 143rd Ave SE Garrison Creek Park: 98th Ave S and S 218th Street Green View Park: 120th Place SE and SE 277th Pl Lake Meridian Park: 14800 SE 272nd St. Meridian Glen Park: 137th Ave SE at SE 275th Pl Pine Tree Park: 11th Place SE and SE 276th Place Rainier View Estates: 128th Place SE & SE 259th Pl Scenic Hill Park: 25921 Woodland Way Service Club Ball Fields: 14420 SE 288th Street (undeveloped) Seven Oaks Park: SE 259th St and 118th Pl SE Springwood Park: SE 274th St at 126th Pl SE Tudor Square Park: 112th Ave SE and SE 268th St Turnkey Park: 23312 100th Ave SE Walnut Grove: S 242nd and 94th Ave S Wilson Playfields: 13028 SE 251st St
WEST HILL PARKS
Glenn Nelson Park: Military Rd and S 268th St Kronisch Park: 38th Ave S and S 248th St Lake Fenwick Park: 25828 Lake Fenwick Road Linda Heights Park: S 248th St and 35th Ave S Old Fire Station Park: S 252nd St and 35th Pl S Salt Air Vista Park: 24615 26th Place S West Fenwick Park: Reith Rd and 42nd Ave S
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East Hill boxing club
West Hill Park: Military Road and South 244th St (undeveloped)
Activity began in fall 2011; youth work out each week at Kent Phoenix Academy
PARK RENTAL FACILITIES Reservations start Feb. 6. Call the city at 253-856-5000 for rental information.
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he club was started in September 2011. It is open to kids 10 to 18. It was established to have a positive after school activity for young people to engage in. It teaches the sweet science of boxing, discipline, positive role modeling and great conditioning for the mind and body. We also are trying to teach leadership and join together with the families of the boxers developing a sense of community and pride for Kent. We are in the beginning stages of our gym development and now have five heavy bags and one speed bag and are working to get a training ring. You are required to join USA Boxing which costs $60 and buy hand wraps and gloves. Scholarships are available. We practice four nights a week at the Kent Phoenix Academy weight room gym at 11000 S.E. 264th St. Kent
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Kent Meridian Pool: 25316 101st Ave S.E. (Behind Kent-Meridian High School.) 253-854-9287. www.kentmeridianpool.com
Riverbend Golf Complex: 2019 West Meeker St. (Riverbend 4th Hole) Call 253-854-3673 for tee-times. Open dawn to dusk 7 days a week. More informtion about Kent Parks, Recreation and Community Services available at KentWA.gov
Kent East Hill Kids (Police Action League) Boxing Club at the Phoenix Academy offers after school activities for youths. 98030. We will be engaging with other clubs in the area when we feel the kids are ready to compete in tournaments. We are partners with the city of Kent Parks and Recreation, the Kent School District, Project U(th) and many others. At present we have kids of all ages and background. We are excited to be in Kent to help build â€œhealthy communities.â€?
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The Seattle Thunderbirds play in the Western Hockey League, which has 22 teams, divided into two 5-team divisions (U.S., B.C.) and two 6-team divisions (East and Central). Thunderbird players must attend high school until they graduate grade 12. Players that have graduated are encouraged to attend local community college, such
as Green River Community College, or the University of Washington. All education expenses are paid by the team. Players attend Kent Meridian High School. Practice is 3 p.m. daily, so as not to interfere with school. The teamâ€™s home, the ShoWare Center is located at 625 West James Street, Kent (253) 856-6777.
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Staying in touch for safety in Kent By Sarah Kehoe The city of Kent staff wants residents and vistors to know about emergency response systems available to them. The city and King County each have phone and email messaging systems available for the public to sign up for. People on the list receive messages from the county and city warning communities about emergencies including storms, high traffic, tornados and flooding. “These are great systems to have because people can be prepared or act quickly in response to an emergency in their area,” said Michelle Wilmot, community and public affairs for the city. “We really encourage people to sign up for these because they can be alerted to situations wherever
the county. Residents can sign up for it at rpin.org. Another system covering all of King County is metro. kingcounty.gov/. This network shoots email or phone messengers to its users to alert them about emergency situations happening within the county. “People should know that these system’s don’t abuse their customers,” Wilmot said. “Messages are sent out only when there is a serious emergency and when people give out their information, it is confidential, so there is no need to worry about any spam.” In addition to these resources, the city updates its website to inform residents of emergencies occurring around the area. There is a City of Kent Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan, intended
they are.” The city has Code Red, a reverse 9-1-1 network their emergency management division uses to notify people of impending emergencies. Prerecorded messages hit the number or email given by a resident when they sign up at kentcodered.com. “What it allows us to do is make tens of thousands of calls per minute,” Wilmot said. “We’ve used it before in a flooding event and got a great response from the users.” Residents battling traffic or worried about impending snow, can sign up to receive email notifications about road conditions at drivekent.com. The county has a similar system to Drive Kent called Regional Public Information Network, which alerts users to road conditions all across
to provide a framework for responses during disasters of any kind. “Residents should know that in many cases, it is okay to call 9-1-1,” Wilmot said. “You don’t have to wait for a life or death situation to call, you can call during an emergency.” Examples of applicable situations include a major traffic accident, a tree falling onto a home and a person in a neighborhood that seems suspicious. “It’s always better to be safe than sorry,” Wilmot said. “An emergency never happens at a convenient time, so it’s important to use all the resources you can to prevent one.” For more information, visit www.kentwa.gov/ or call city staff at 253-8565200.
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A rich history comes to life uring the last part of the 19th century and the first part of the 20th, Railroad Avenue was the center of business. The top photo dates from about 1914, the photo may be dated by the poster advertising the movie being shown. This is Kent's first theater. Berlin Brothers had a general merchandise store on the corner of Meeker and Railroad Avenues. The Kent Historical Museum Hours are Tuesday-Saturday noon to 4 p.m. and also upon request. The museum is located in the historic Bereiter House at 855 E. Smith St., near the heart of Downtown Kent. Parking is available behind the house off East Temperance Street. The Greater Kent Historical Society (GKHS) is a nonprofit organization in the state of Washington that promotes the discovery, preservation and dissemination of knowledge about the history of the greater Kent area. The Kent Historical Museum website is kenthistoricalmuseum. org and the phone number is (253) 854-4330
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Annual Events 2012 FEBRUARY
GREEN RIVER GLASS SHOW AND SALE
KIDS’ ARTS DAY
KENT FARMERS MARKET
4TH OF JULY SPLASH
June-September Saturdays, 9:00am-2:00pm Location: Near the intersection of 2nd Avenue and Smith Street in Downtown Kent. Buy produce directly from local farmers.
March 12-23 Centennial Center Gallery, Downtown Kent & Kent Station Highlights the creativity of over 450 students from the Kent School District.
SUMMER NIGHTS AND THE SILVER SCREEN
SPOTLIGHT PERFORMING ARTS SERIES
29TH ANNUAL CHRISTMAS RUSH FUN RUN & WALK
Town Square Plaza 2nd Avenue & Harrison Street Outdoor movies in downtown Kent. Movies are screened annually in August.
Music, dance, theater and family entertainment are all featured in this stellar program. Occurs annually, September through April. Visit www.kentarts.com for complete information.
Saturday, December 8 Riverbend Golf Complex The Christmas Rush is a fun family event. Both the 5k and 10k are certified out and back courses.
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Saturday, February 25 Kent Commons There will be 35 vendors with 200 tables of glass, china, pottery, jewelry & miscellaneous collectibles from early to mid-20th Century for sale. Glass repair is available on site. Free parking. Admission $3, with proceeds to benefit local chapters of Alzheimer’s Association, Arthritis Foundation & Salvation Army. For additional info, call (253) 852-5250.
Saturday, March 3 Kent Commons 525 Fourth Avenue North Cost: $10 admission for kids; adults and children 2 years old and younger are free. All hands-on projects are free with admission!
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