Kirkland Celebrates Free WiFi in the Parks with Google

 L-R: Darcy Nothnagle, Head of External Affairs for the Northwest, Google; Doreen Marchione, Kirkland City Councilmember; Dave Asher, Kirkland City Councilmember; Toby Nixon, Kirkland City Councilmember; Amy Walen, Kirkland, Mayor; Peter Wilson, Engineering Director, Google; Jay Arnold, Kirkland City Councilmember; Anna Rising, Everest neighborhood Association, Chair

 L-R: Darcy Nothnagle, Head of External Affairs for the Northwest, Google; Doreen Marchione, Kirkland City Councilmember; Dave Asher, Kirkland City Councilmember; Toby Nixon, Kirkland City Councilmember; Amy Walen, Kirkland, Mayor; Peter Wilson, Engineering Director, Google; Jay Arnold, Kirkland City Councilmember; Anna Rising, Everest neighborhood Association, Chair

On Monday, Google celebrated with Mayor Amy Walen and her fellow council members as they cut the ceremonial CAT-5 ribbon to launch the free WiFi service in Everest and Houghton Beach Parks, thanks to a donation from Google.

 R-L: Peter Wilson, Engineering Director, Google; Amy Walen, Kirkland, Mayor; Jay Arnold, Kirkland City Councilmember; Anna Rising, Everest Neighborhood Association, Chair; Dave Asher, Kirkland City Councilmember; Doreen Marchione, Kirkland City Councilmember; Toby Nixon, Kirkland City Councilmember;  Darcy Nothnagle, Head of External Affairs for the Northwest, Google.

 R-L: Peter Wilson, Engineering Director, Google; Amy Walen, Kirkland, Mayor; Jay Arnold, Kirkland City Councilmember; Anna Rising, Everest Neighborhood Association, Chair; Dave Asher, Kirkland City Councilmember; Doreen Marchione, Kirkland City Councilmember; Toby Nixon, Kirkland City Councilmember;  Darcy Nothnagle, Head of External Affairs for the Northwest, Google.