This post turned out to be a random truckload of information. Glean from it what you will...
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Kirkland resident Alice Lepofsky is a two year old with Spinal Muscular Dystrophy Type II and is unable to walk, crawl or roll over. This past weekend she was the lucky recipient of a free ramp from the Master Builder Association's Rampathon volunteers from Kitchen Plus and was visited by City Councilwoman Shelly Kloba. Kudos to all of those that came together for little Alice.
· An on-site Boater Education class in the Woodmark Hotel Great Room, conducted by the King County Marine Sheriff staff for all those folks still needing their Safe Boating Card. (Please sign up, as space is limited.)
· Vessel Safety Checks from the King County Marine Sheriff fortenants and anyone else who wants to participate, taking reservations from 9am to 3pm. Inspections are free but reservations are required, so please let us know if you’d like a free inspection and we’ll get you on the schedule.
Questions or reservations for these boating events: firstname.lastname@example.org
Other random points of interest--
At 12:00, there will be an induction of Billy and Cory Roeseler at the Plaza of Champions in Marina Park. Billy and Cory were the founders of the sport of kite boarding- right here in Kirkland on Lake Washington. Kite boarding is now known world wide and Cory holds several world records.