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Dishman Hills group sets celebration, honors Hamilton

Meeting near Big Rock Natural Area to discuss logistics of gaining public access from Stevens Creek Road are, from left, Michael Hamilton of the Dishman Hills Natural Area Association, climber and Avista engineer Aaron Henson, Chris Kopczynski of Kop Construction and Jeff Lambert of the Spokane Mountaineers.  (Rich Landers)
Meeting near Big Rock Natural Area to discuss logistics of gaining public access from Stevens Creek Road are, from left, Michael Hamilton of the Dishman Hills Natural Area Association, climber and Avista engineer Aaron Henson, Chris Kopczynski of Kop Construction and Jeff Lambert of the Spokane Mountaineers. (Rich Landers)

OUTCONSERVE – The Dishman Hills Conservancy will celebrate 47 years of securing prized Spokane County conservation areas at the group’s annual dinner, March 23, at All Saints Lutheran Church, 315 S. Spruce in Brown’s Addition.

Special honors will go to Michael Hamilton, who’s helped open public access to the Rocks of Sharon and other areas during his 20 years as the group’s president.

Sign up for the dinner by March 19 at www.dishmanhills.org or call Mary Weathers, 448-6462.




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Rich Landers
Rich Landers joined The Spokesman-Review in 1977. He is the Outdoors editor for the Sports Department writing and photographing stories about hiking, hunting, fishing, boating, conservation, nature and wildlife and related topics.

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