King County Proclamation for Enumclaw Day

King County Executive Dow Constantine and County Councilmember Reagan Dunn issed a proclamation that Jan. 27, 2013 was Enumclaw Day in King County.

Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013 was Enumclaw Day in King County, as proclaimed by County Executive Dow Constantine and Councilmember Reagan Dunn during the evening's Centennial Celebration.

Below is the full text of the proclamation:


WHEREAS, the City of Enumclaw was incorporated a hundred years ago on January 27th 1913; and

WHEREAS, Enumclaw is a dynamic and diverse community of nearly 11,000 residents who live, work, and play in a city surrounded by lush farmlands and working dairy farms located in the east Puget Sound lowlands; and

WHEREAS, Enumclaw is home to the King County Fair and the Pacific Northwest Scottish Highland Games, as well as a number of other festivals and celebrations; and

WHEREAS, in the years since its incorporation, Enumclaw’s residents, civic leaders, and businesses have partnered to maintain a strong sense of community and enhance the quality of life for its residents; and

WHEREAS, the commitment of its dedicated residents has made this city thrive; and

NOW, THEREFORE, we, King County Executive Dow Constantine and King County Councilmember Reagan Dunn, proclaim January 27th, 2013, as


in King County on the centennial anniversary of the city’s incorporation.

DATED this twenty-seventh day of January, 2013.

Klondiko January 29, 2013 at 12:22 AM
This was announced on the 28th? A day late. Isn't King Conty council on top of things?
April Chan January 29, 2013 at 12:34 AM
Hi Klondiko - for what it's worth, it was announced on Sunday, the 27th at the centennial dinner. The county folks passed along the actual text of the proclamation today.


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