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Travel & Safety in Wildfire Country

Before you leave home for your next outdoor adventure or camping trip, be sure to check the latest conditions for your road travel route and final destination, including any forest, campground, park, and trail closures. Also, create a safety plan for worse-case scenarios, like wildfire evacuation. Here are resources to help you be prepared and …

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Strides For Strong Bones

Strides For Strong Bones – July 20, 2019 – 3 or 6 mile FUN-RUN-WALK around Medical Lake (Waterfront Park). All proceeds benefit this 501(c)(3) nonprofit, providing falls prevention education, FREE heel screenings, and educational information regarding bone health at events around the Inland NW.  Awards are 5 deep with 10 year age groups. Prices:  $30.00 w/ T …

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Letter to the Editor: Stress Vocational Ed. in Spokane

Check out the Letter to the Editor below, a response to Out There Monthly editor-in-chief Jon Snyder’s most recent editorial, “Indicating Community,” which discusses recent attempts to focus community improvement efforts in Spokane. Jon, Just read your recent editorial and am very familiar with Patrick and the Community Indicators listing.  We occasionally work with Patrick …

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