Month: January 2013

We’re gearing up to slow down – in the state senate this time

Thanks for helping us get a “do pass” recommendation from the House Transportation Committee last week. Now it’s time to take action in the Senate: Contact your state senators to speak out for SB 5066 and safer neighborhood streets. Last year, the Washington State House of Representatives unanimously voted 96-0 in favor of the Neighborhood …

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Sneva MFG sends custom ski to the White House for Vets-Help

Spokane-area ski maker TJ Sneva is making a custom ski to be presented to President Barack Obama during the MLK Day of Service and Presidential Inauguration weekend ceremonies ending on January 21, 2013. Sneva was commissioned for the project by Vets Help, an organization dedicated to working with veterans and others suffering from life-altering injuries …

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“Wild” essay wins grant for Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness

Compton’s “Growing Up Wild” chosen as one of five best essays on conservemontana.org Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness program coordinator Sandy Compton was one of five essayists honored with a $1,000 grant to a non-profit of their choice by the Cinnabar Foundation. His story Growing Up Wild was chosen along with four others by a …

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Friends of Scotchman Peaks Winter Hike Series begins on Sunday, Jan. 6

Eighth Annual FSPW hike series offers education and winter walks for all fitness levels Winter hikers enjoy the sun and a huge view from Scotchman Peak. Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness announced their 8th annual winter hike series, an even dozen chances to get out into the beautiful landscape of the proposed wilderness on the …

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