Month: September 2011

Peak 7 Bocce Ball Tournament FUNdraiser

Click for additional information and to register your team. Flaunt bocce ball skills while simultaneously benefitting Peak 7 Adventures, a locally based non-profit organization aimed at providing extreme outdoor adventures for under resourced youth in the Pacific Northwest. The third annual bocce ball fundraiser tournament will take place Sept. 18, 12:30-7:30 p.m., at the Bozarth …

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Plante’s Ferry Adventure Race

New Adventure Race Set Amidst Spokane’s Natural Beauty Spokane’s newest multi-sport race—Plante’s Ferry Adventure Race (PFAR), put on by Spokane Valley Junior Soccer Association (SpVJSA)—will start teams and individuals at Plante’s Ferry Park in the Spokane Valley and take participants on a breathtaking tour of the Centennial Trail, the Spokane River, and Beacon Hill, Sunday, …

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Adopt-a-Crag Clean Up this weekend at Post Falls

Attention rock climbers. Come help beautify the cliffs and trails of Q’emiln Park. We will be picking up trash, removing invasive plants, and sandblasting graffiti from the crags, among other tasks. For more information, please contact Michael Willett at mwill135@odu.edu. Every hour of time you donate to a crag helps show land managers that climbers …

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Fire danger rating increase in Spokane, Lincoln, Stevens and Pend Oreille counties

OLYMPIA – The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) today announced that effective 12:01 a.m., September 8, Stevens County Fire Districts 1 & 2, Lincoln, and Spokane counties will increase the fire danger rating to ‘very high.’ In Pend Oreille County, the fire danger rating will increase to ‘high’. DNR reminds everyone that there …

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