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Leadership Spokane Class of 2017

Leadership Spokane just released their list of this year's graduates, this is their 35th class.

Jody Azevedo - Numerica Credit Union
Jennifer Ballantyne - Self Employed Attorney
Lori Barlow - City of Spokane Valley
Ed Bedell - Spokane Federal Credit Union
Tom Black - Budinger & Associates, Inc.
Becky Bull Schaefer - Gonzaga University
Eric Burch - City of Spokane
Doug Chase - Spokane County
Linda Crane - Global Credit Union
Paul Crooks - Sterling International, Inc.
Sheri Dickinson - Mountain West Bank
Mike Diedesch - Avista Corp.
Michelle Domreis - Volunteers of America
Maureen Duclos - Gonzaga University
Josh Earle - Itron
Stephanie Ellis - Rockwood Clinic
Keirsten Lyons - Inland Northwest Blood Center
Nicole Foust - STCU
Mike Gaffaney - Spokane Public Facilities District
Julie Gehlen - Spring Environmental, Inc.
Deb Geiger - Spokane County
Heather Hamlin - Greater Spokane, Inc.
Skye Henderson - Cowles Company
Suzanne Heutmaker - YMCA of the Inland Northwest
Carrie Hoag - Premera Blue Cross
Brian Holland - Spokane International Airports
Margaret Holt - WSU-Spokane
Scott Huff - Triumph Composite Systems
Katie Justice - First Choice Health
Christina Kamkosi - Empire Health Foundation
Susan Lane - Chase Youth Foundation
Nicolle Laporte - Skils'kin
Jessica Laughery - US House of Representatives - Cathy McMorris Rodgers
John McCarthy - Spokane County Medical Society
Tammy McCauley - Spokane Regional Health District
Tracie Meidl - Spokane Police Department
Lynn Morrison - Community volunteer
Skyler Oberst - Spokane City Council
Keith O'Brien - Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery
Alicia O'Mary - Washington Trust Bank
Chrystal Ortega - Community volunteer
Fred Peck - Spokane Housing Ventures
Leslie Rogers - Kalispel Tribal Economic Authority
Dave Schaub - Community volunteer
Lora Senf - Spokane Falls Community College
Lisa Shier - Lydig Construction, Inc.
Joe Smith - Gonzaga University
Amanda Swan - Numerica Credit Union
Tim Thomas - Bouten Construction Company
Emily Tillis - Moss Adams LLP
Arwen Tomsha - Northern Quest Resort & Casino
Albert Tripp - City of Airway Heights
Brian Valliant - Baker Construction and Development, Inc.
Colleen Vandenboom - Gonzaga University
Brian Vander Veen - Spokane County Library District
Keith Weathermon - Banner Bank
Carol Weigand - University of Washington
James Welsh Jr - Garco Construction, Inc.
Neil Woolf - Eastern Washington University

Congratulations to all the graduates!

Raves about Crave

Rave reviews are coming in after the first night of Crave NW, the unique culinary event this weekend at Spokane Valley's Center Place Event Center. Attendees are excited about the quality and excellence that Crave has to offer. "'Fabulous!", "I had no idea what to expect and I was blown away!", "What a classy event." Just a few comments from last night.

Crave Northwest showcases visionary chefs from around the region and the country, including nationally renowned celebrity chef Rick Moonen. Multiple events tonight and throughout the weekend feature a lot of fabulous food, wine parings and great ideas. If you are a foodie or just enjoy great food and wine, don't miss this exceptional event. For tickets and the complete schedule of events, visit cravenw.com.

Morning Star Boys' Ranch & Morning Star Foundation Open House June 17

This Saturday, June 17 from noon-4pm, the Morning Star Boys' Ranch at 4511 South Glenrose Road, will have an open house and Kids Carnival. This event is free and open to the public.

Lots of kids activities will be going on including Star Wars characters, jumbo bouncing castle, obstacle course, giant slide, face painting, balloon artists, Fire District 8 fire truck and firemen and much more. This is a rain or shine event. In the event of rain, everything will be inside at the gymnasium. There will be a live radio broadcast with 105.7 FM, and free hot dogs and drinks.

For more information contact Don Ciavola at 509-448-1202 ext. 214.

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