Business community, city leaders celebrate Ford of Kirkland grand reopening

The grand reopening was on May 9.

Kirkland Mayor Amy Walen and husband, Jim, grasp the ribbon as City Council members Toby Nixon and Penny Sweet hold up a giant pair of scissors to commemorate the grand reopening of the Walen’s Ford of Kirkland on May 9. For more information about the dealership, visit www.fordofkirkland.com. Paul Brown/staff photo

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