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The 2016 AGORA Award semi-finalists have been announced

This year a total of 290 different entities were nominated for the AGORA awards from Greater Spokane Inc. 34 semi-finalists have been announced. The 2016 Finalists will be chosen by March 4, and finalist interviews will happen between March 21 and April 1. Winners are selected in five categories - small and large charitable nonprofit, and small, medium and large business - and judges also award AGORAs for Community Service and Entrepreneurial Spirit. The winners will be announced at the AGORA Awards event, held in the luxurious Davenport Grand Hotel on June 1. Seating for this event is limited, and registration is open now. Visit greaterspokane.org.

Here is the list of our 2016 AGORA Awards semi-finalists

Small Business
-Indaba Coffee
-Star Financial and Insurance Services
-Kendall Yards Farmers Market
-Tinderbox Consulting
-Jason Swain & Associates LLC
-Hold On Now
-River Linguistics Inc
-The Lantern Tap House

Medium Business
-Paw Print Genetics
-Ben and Jerry's
-Ramada at Spokane Airport
-C & H Auto
-Vorpahl Wing Securities
-Wild Sage Restaurant
-Spokane Gymnastics
-Professional Investigators Intl

Large Business
-Family Home Care
-Adams Tractor
-CDA Resort/Hagadone Hospitality Corp.

Small Non-Profit
-Communities in Schools of Spokane County
-Spokane Create
-The Lands Council
-Rivers Wish Animal Sanctuary
-Create Your Statement

Large Non-Profit
-Partners with Families & Children: Spokane
-Career Path Services
-Shriners Children’s Hospital
-Northwest Christian Schools
-Meals on Wheels

Spring Arts & Crafts Show this weekend

Custer's 39th Annual Spring Arts & Crafts Show is this Friday through Sunday, March 4-6 at the Spokane County Fair & Expo Center. This year's show features 300 professional artists and crafters from across the United States covering 78,000 square feet of exhibit space, making this the largest show of its kind in the Inland Northwest.

Hours are Friday 10am-8pm, Saturday 10am-6pm, and Sunday 10am-4pm. Admission is $7 for adults, good all weekend. Kids 12 and under free. Visit Custershows.com for more information.


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