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HomeStreet Bank celebrates new location with ribbon cutting, donates to KITH

Kirkland Mayor Joan McBride cuts the ribbon at HomeStreet Bank
Kirkland Mayor Joan McBride cuts the ribbon at HomeStreet Bank's new location at Carillon Point.
— image credit: contributed photo/HomeStreet Bank

HomeStreet Bank celebrated the opening of its newest office in Kirkland Monday night with a ribbon cutting and open house.

Nearly 100 people attended the event, as Kirkland Mayor Joan McBride performed the ribbon cutting duties, along with Deputy Mayor Doreen Machione and Councilwoman Penny Sweet.

HomeStreet Bank also presented Kirkland Interfaith Transitions in Housing (KITH) with a donation of $5,000.

HomeStreet Bank officials also celebrated with free head shots, food and wine for all attendees.

 

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