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Kenmore Women

Meet Textile Artist Laurie Williams

Barbie and Beyond Laurie Williams is a textile artist who has lived in Kenmore for more than 35 years. The Kenmore Heritage Society had the opportunity to meet with her and hear about some of her work and her inspirations. In addition to a BS in Fisheries, a career in…
SuzanneG
June 5, 2022
Kenmore Women

Meet Tulalip Artist Huggz Moses

A Source of Peace Born in Everett, Washington, Huggz Moses found herself in foster care at age 5. Without her mother and father at home, she felt alone and often acted out because of the mental trauma. She had always loved to color, but eventually that wasn’t enough. One day…
SuzanneG
May 31, 2022
Kenmore Women

Children’s Historical Fiction: Something for Everyone Kenmore Heritage Society had the opportunity to get acquainted with Kirby Larson, an acclaimed author and longtime resident of Kenmore. Kirby Larson is best known for her characters and contexts in historical fiction for children and young adults. Hattie Big Sky is the story…
SuzanneG
May 7, 2022
Kenmore Women

Priscilla Droge – Kenmore Historian

  The Kenmore Heritage Society owes an enormous debt of gratitude to Priscilla Droge, who nourished the historical record of Kenmore since the late 1970's until her passing in June of 2017 at age 94. What began as a casual interest led to assembling a full history of this community,…
SuzanneG
March 8, 2021