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Christmas Arts and Craft Show delays start to tomorrow

Due to the power outage the start of the Christmas Arts & Crafts Show at the Spokane Fair & Expo Center has been delayed until tomorrow. The show will not be open today. There is still no power at the Fairgrounds. They hope to be open on Saturday and Sunday.

STCU offers emergency financing for windstorm damage

In the aftermath of the damaging windstorm, STCU is offering emergency financing to anyone affected. Their Get-it-Fixed loan offers rates as low as 1.99% APR, depending on your credit history. It's a quick way to pay for emergency repairs, such as roof damage or tree removal, insurance deductibles, generators, medical or emergency assistance - anything caused by the windstorm. No collateral is necessary, and you don't have to be an existing member to get the loan. It's available for a limited time, in the storm's aftermath, so be sure to apply by December 18 at any STCU branch location in Eastern Washington or North Idaho. Go to stcu.org for more information.

On millionth HUB Sports Center patron due tomorrow

The HUB Sports Center in Liberty Lake, a 66,000 sq. ft. building providing facility space and programming for all ages, including mentoring for at risk youth is having a big day tomorrow! Since tracking attendance through the past 12 years, the HUB will welcome the one millionth patron tomorrow morning! Last year over 178,000 patrons attended events and programs at the HUB. The 1 millionth patron will receive a gift basket with a variety of items. For more information, visit hubsportscenter.org.

Even if you don't have power you can have pie

White Box Pies Bakery is making over 2,000 pies and if you want one, you need to order by Monday, November 23. This family business at 1215 North Ruby, started over thirteen years ago making homemade, from-scratch pies and is now a restaurant as well as bakery. They're making a wide variety of pies for the holidays, including apple and five different types of pumpkin. Order yours by Monday at 509-927-8850.

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