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Riverview Retirement Community adding a memory care facility

Riverview Retirement Community is planning a $5.5 million memory care facility at their location, 1801 E. Upriver Drive. The 20,000-square-foot, one-story facility, which will serve about 20 people with memory care needs such as dementia or Alzheimer's is expected to be open in September of next year.

Bouten Construction Company is the general contractor. The facility was designed by Spokane-based NAC Architecture, with structural engineering by Coffman Engineers.

Celebrate Thanksgiving with Spokane Public Radio

Spokane Public Radio is inviting the public to participate in StoryCorps' Great Thanksgiving Listen 2017, encouraging people of all ages to connect with family members across generations with their new mobile app. This free app allows users to record the stories of their family members, add photos, videos and other visual elements, and upload them for archiving in the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress.

Dave Isay, Founder and President of StoryCorp says, "Students will come away from the project having experienced firsthand the power of listening to bring people together." Over the last two years, StoryCorps has recorded over 75,000 interviews - the world's single largest collection of human voices, and aims to create a grassroots history of the last 90 plus years of American History. The Wall Street Journal wrote: "Imagine it: During the holidays, instead of using gadgets to ignore each other, we might use them as an excuse to look each other in the eye and listen."

SPR Holiday Programming: In addition to national holiday-themed programming on KPBX, 91.1, The Bookshelf will feature local stories from the live storytelling event, 'Pivot,' on Monday - Wednesday from 6:30-7pm. Participants share experiences around all aspects of the theme, 'Promises.' And on Thanksgiving Day tune in at 9am-noon to join Vern Windham for his Turkey-Day tradition of playing 'Music to Baste By,' a collection of favorites from the American Stage.
For more information, visit spokanepublicradio.org.


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