History of Kenmore
Have you ever wondered how Kenmore came to be? Read about the history of Kenmore here .
The Kenmore Community Council, Inc. is on a mission. We are looking to expand our membership so that we may serve the needs of more individuals and organizations in the Kenmore Community.We are seeking individuals, groups, and organizations looking to become involved in the community. No special skills are needed, just a desire to get involved. If interested, please visit our membership page or contact our office at (330)-745-8999.
DID YOU KNOW.....
With the economy as it is, it is often hard to make ends meet. Many families simply do not have enough to eat.There are many other places that offer help in our community. The Church on the Boulevard, located at 754 Kenmore Boulevard, holds a Food Pantry on the first and third Mondays of the month. They also provide a free Community Dinner on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month.
There is help out there. Visit the Community Resources link at the top of the page for the 2013 Street Card provided by Akron's Info Line.. You can also call Info Line at 2-1-1 from your land line phone, or 330-376-6660 from your cell phone for information and referral to available services.
New Facebook Page!!
The Kenmore Community Days Festival has a new Facebook page. Like us on Facebook and keep up to date on all of the events for this year's festival.
We are currently working on developing an iPhone App. Stay tuned!