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Growing Neighbors’ Fall Hoedown – October 1

Growing Neighbors’ Fall Hoedown – October 1

Growing Neighbors, a vendor at the Emerson Garfield Farmers Market, invites the community to an evening of festivities at their Fall Hoedown. Date: Tuesday, October 1 Time: 5-7:30pm Location: Shadle Park Presbyterian Church, 5508 N Alberta St (map) Farmyard Tours, Games, Community Dinner, Dancing, Storytelling and more Join Growing Neighbors for a celebration and fundraiser in support of Growing Neighbors! Entry is FREE, donations are welcome. More information can be found at GrowingNeighbors.org or by calling (509)327-5522.

Drug Take Back Day Event – Saturday, April 27

Drug Take Back Day Event – Saturday, April 27

Shadle Prevention & Wellness Coalition is partnering with Spokane Police Department, Spokane C.O.P.S., CHAS Health, and other community partners to host a FREE Community Event. (flyer) WHAT: National Drug Take Back Day WHEN: Saturday, April 27, from 10am – 2pm WHERE: Knox Presbyterian Church / Spokane C.O.P.S. North Central (806 W. Knox Avenue, Spokane, WA 99205) DETAILS: Bring your unused and/or expired prescriptions, over-the-counter medications, and other drugs to be properly disposed of free of charge. Medications, including liquids, can…

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Native Community and Police Forum

Native Community and Police Forum

Spokane Police Department and the NATIVE Project are partnering to hold a Native Community & Police Forum on Thursday, March 16, from 6:00-9:00 pm at the NATIVE Project “Great Room” at 1803 W. Maxwell, Spokane WA 99201. The forum’s purpose is to establish and strengthen partnerships with Native American/Alaskan Native communities in the urban Spokane area. Dr. Raymond Reyes will be moderating. All members of the community are invited and encouraged to attend. The Police Advisory Committee (PAC) is holding…

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Call for Volunteers: 13th Annual Spokane River Clean-Up

Call for Volunteers: 13th Annual Spokane River Clean-Up

The 13th Annual Spokane River Clean-Up is September 17, 2016 Each year, hundreds of volunteers spend their Saturday morning picking up garbage and recyclable materials from our public lands along the Spokane River. In 2015, volunteers removed about 4 tons of debris – from High Bridge Park all the way to the University District and we sorted and recycled about a ton of the material collected. The Spokane River Clean-Up is a great chance to give back for the great…

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