Issues of the Update Update, the Uplake Neighborhood Association newsletter, are published semi-quarterly. Copies are sent out by email in PDF format, and posted here to the web page.
Board’s bulletin; holiday decorating contest; annual wine tasting cancelled this year due to Aqua Club remodel, but will return in 2020; more.
Street sealing; recent graduates; junk truck; board’s bulletin; new residents; more.
Board’s bulletin; New Residents; Easter Egg Hunt; more.
President’s bulletin; food truck day at the Aqua Club; reminders; junk hauling event; more.
Board’s bulletin; new residents; Priscilla Droge honoured; UNA Annual Meeting notice; elections ballot; more.
Uplake wildlife; Holiday Wine Tasting; Holiday Lights Contest; storm preparedness; more.
Eclipse! Also earthquake preparedness; end of Aqua Club season; more.
Springtime yards; welcome new neighbours; Aqua Club meet schedule; news from the board; more.
Annual Meeting and Potluck coming up; new neighbours; thanks to outgoing board members; coyotes; emergency 3-day packs; new baby and In Memoriam; ballot; more.
Board’s Bulletin; holiday wine tasting party; new neighbours; traffic improvements; Puget Sound Energy issues; four-hour parking reminder near entrances; big winter storm scare; more.
Reliable workers list; Uplake’s baby boom; holiday wine party; rabbits EVERYWHERE; more work coming on Bothell Way, but not for a few years; power outage issues and special public meeting with Puget Sound Energy; In Memoriam; more.
Pretty spring yards; annual Easter Egg Hunt report; dues are due and rosters are out; Bothell Way construction update; local graduates; Aqua Club meet schedule; annual UNA financial report; bunnies bunnies and more bunnies; more.
Annual meeting and potluck; restaurant reviews; new neighbours; holiday light contest winners; the new Little Lending Library; ballot for annual meeting; more.
Winter is Coming – is your emergency kit ready?; Holiday Lights Contest; Holiday Wine Party Invitation; news from the August power outage; a Bothell Way/SR522 construction update; traffic woes; board members needed; more.
New neighbours; Historic Homes; Graduations; Baby News; In Memoriam; Do We Have Your Email Address?; more.
Easter Egg Hunt; Aqua Club schedule; mailbox repair; speedbump installation near the Aqua Club; construction update on Bothell Way; welcome new neighbours; annual UNA financial report; more.
Annual election and potluck notice; Easter Egg Hunt notice; new neighbours; Hopelink charity donation report; Holiday Lights contest winner; new grocery store; Northlake School District changes; speed bump update; more.
Wine tasting party; winter is coming, and we’ve already had one blackout – are your emergency packs ready; speed bumps on their way; Christmas ships; prune those blackberries; reliable worker list; more.
New neighbours; Is your water pressure too high?; Aqua Club season wrap-up; Recent graduates; request for worker recommendations; traffic improvements; in memoriam; more.
Welcome new board members; neighbour gardens of note; Priscilla Droge’s history of Kenmore, Kenmore, By the Lake; adult family homes; election meeting and potluck report; getting rid of old prescription drugs at City Hall; In Memoriam; more.
Annual Election Meeting and family potluck set for March 23rd; City of Kenmore flags; welcome to new neighbors; traffic safety committee; a bit of Kenmore history; local award winner; thanks to the entrance committee for their work; more.
Holiday wine tasting, December 5th; new landscaping at Cat’s Whiskers/61st; Bothell Way speed limit reduced; 24 hour parking reminder; Winter preparation tips; Christmas Ships schedule; Uplake history; board meeting dates and dues statement; more.
Kenmore city fireworks; dry weather tips; thanks to Don Beaty, Craig Hopkins and Dave Utela for fixing the garden irrigation system; new residents; deer back in the neighbourhood; new signal at Remington & Cat’s Whiskers; more.
Beautiful tress and tree maintenance; the stoplight arrives, at last; Easter Egg Hunt report; the Little Free Library; Elections; free prescription-drug leftovers dropoff at City Hall; Aqua Club schedule ;more.
Special February 20th meeting: Bothell Way plans with Mayor Baker and and Kris Overlease. Annual potluck and election meeting in March. Easter Egg Hunt update; entry garden volunteers sought; Did You Know?; In Memoriam; more.
Stoplight progress update; October Safety Meeting report; annual Wine Tasting coming in December; winter preparations; new residents; Aqua Club Northern Division champs; In Memorandum; Christmas Ships coming; Entertainment Books; locking mailboxes presentation; more.
Shredding event successful; stoplight at Remington (181st) and Cat’s Whiskers (61st) coming soon; river otter spotted in neighbourhood but please don’t feed wild animals; neighbourhood resident achievements; reliable worker list; ideas needed for social functions; more.
Election results; successful Easter Egg hunt; shredding truck scheduled; 4th of July plans; new neighbours; Aqua Club meet schedule; stoplight update; cranes in harbour for work on 520 bridge; neighbourhood garage sale; Kenmore Air scenic flight; more.
Come help serve on the board; annual election meeting; Easter Egg Hunt planning; expanded Lake Forest Park library opens; new neighbours; Kenmore PD offices move; stoplight update; Ladies with Silly Hats; Christmas carolling; Burke-Gilman reopens to Lake Forest Park; more.
Visit to the new Kenmore library; Holiday Wine Tasting party on December 8th; Mailbox problems; Christmas Ships visit December 18th; reminder to update your emergency packs; New neighbours; Entertainment books; more.
Aqua Club takes 2nd in All-Cities; Spotlight on 61st Update; In Memoriam; Street Paving; Neighborhood Yard Sale; New Neighbours; Treasurer’s Report; Shredding event report; Entertainment books available; Graduating Seniors; Crow Facts; more.
Election results; potluck report; shredding event scheduled; Kenmore Elementary School wins award; UNA Board contact information; Aqua Club pool construction update and meet schedule; new mail carrier; stoplight update; Ladies’ Luncheon; more.
Annual election meeting and potluck; New neighbours; Wine tasting party report; Stoplight update; Deer neighbours; Board bulletin; Website needs more submissions; Uplake Women Luncheons; more.
December 9th wine tasting; new traffic light at Remington (NE 181st Street) and Cat’s Whiskers (61st Avenue NE); local graduates; Aqua Club and Seattle Summer Swim League Championships; New Neighbours; Entertainment Books; more.
Shredding event report; congratulations to Laura Sevonty and her Lake Forest Park Secret Garden Tour garden; Uplake Women’s Club changes; New Residents; Garage door opener issues; Entertainment Books For Sale; Treasurer’s Report; more.
4th of July celebration planning; flowering trees; Putnam Fellowship award; Annual Potuck Meeting election results; Aqua Club 2010 schedule; paper shredding event; Reliable Workers List; $200 raised for HopeLink at UNA event; more.
Annual election meeting coming up in March; new hardware store; emergency packs reminder; Dick Taylor’s Kenmore Heritage Society Award; New Neighbors; In Memoriam; UNA Neighbor of the Year Award nominations; more.
Holiday Wine Tasting Party (wines provided by Click Wine Group); an extended special section for Memorial Day on Uplake WWII veterans’ stories; mailbox improvements; Uplake Women’s Club Entertainment Books; winter vacations; more.
Kenmore in Family Circle‘s Top 10 family towns; fire danger; neighbourhood help capturing a thief; Uplake Women’s Club updates; A Bit of History; new UNA email address (firstname.lastname@example.org); dues reminder; board contract information; more.
Message from new president Steve Knapp; Kenmore school history; Aqua Club event schedule; Uplake Women’s Club luncheon; Uplake Distinguished Neighbors of the Year; Kenmore-Seattle Ferry update; Lake Forest Park Farmers’ Market schedule; Reliable Workers update; more.
Annual voting meeting and potluck on 24 March; volunteers sought for the board; Kenmore Police volunteer home check programme; entertainment talent needed for meeting; safety tips and traffic calming; neighbour of the year nominations needed; a bit of history; reliable workers list; more.
Severe weather/emergency preparation tips; traffic calming; eating out in Northshore; Aqua Club swim team wins Northern Division Championship; come join the Uplake Women’s Club; new welcome booklet announced; tree etiquette; more.
New Neighbors; A Bit of History: Kenmore Air Harbor; Honors for area students; Accidents at Remington (NE 181st Street) and Cat’s Whiskers (61st Avenue NE); Yard debris container for dues-paying members; Aqua Club meet schedule; more.
Distinguished Neighbors of the Year: Priscilla and her late husband Leonard Droge, Jim and Shirley Palm, and the late Marge and Howard Dale; historic road signs posted; plans for new Kenmore library building; Ian Quinn appointed to West Point; more.
Nominations requested for neighbor of the year award; Neighborhood Grant programme announced; Board of Directors openings; Inglemoor High School Girls’ swim team state championship; Kenmore Heritage Society award to Priscilla Droge; A Bit of History; more.
Congratulations to Aqua Club for successful hosting of Seattle Swim League Championships and the Swim Team for winning it; Candidates Forum coming on August 11th; Uplake Citizen of the Year nominations; History note; Uplake Women’s Club meeting.
This issue includes a short history article describing how the Aqua Club was built, news about Emergency Response training and the stoplight plans for 61st Avenue NE, the upcoming swim meet schedule, thanks to former board members, and more.
This issue includes a short history article on the beginnings of the Uplake neighborhood in 1953, announces the annual election meeting and potluck, and a brief article on the damage done by the December windstorm.
This issue reports on the October Safety and Security meeting, proposed traffic calming on NE 187th Street, has a short history article on the Old Brick Road, and another on the Inglemoor Girls Swim and Dive Team victory at the 4A state championships.
In this issue: Aqua Club news, notes about Goat Trail Road, suggestions about undergrounding some of the overhead wiring still found on some streets, thanks to the Gardening committee for their work on the entrances, and more.