Grab A Flashlight And Head For The Links
Watch for a green eerie glow radiating from the Fairways Golf Course in Cheney the evening of Aug. 11. But don’t be alarmed. It’s the seventhannual Bud Light Up the Night Golf Tournament.
Registration and contests begin at 5, with dinner at 6. The nine-hole scramble, using glow-in-the-dark balls, begins at 8. Since it’s a nighttime affair, participants are encouraged to wear pajamas, and the best pair of pj’s wins an award.
The $35 registration fee includes greens fees, a commemorative golf bag water bottle, a glow ball and a steak dinner. The field is limited to 144 entrants.
Proceeds from this shot-in-the-dark event will benefit the Multiple Sclerosis Society. Registrations forms are available at area golf courses and the MS office at 818 E. Sharp. For more information, call 482-2022.
A run for justice
University Legal Assistance of the Gonzaga University School of Law is sponsoring Justice Run ‘95 beginning at 9 a.m. next Sunday.
Check-in begins at 8 that morning at the law school, 601 E. Sharp, where the four-mile course begins and loops through Riverfront Park on the Centennial Trail before returning to GU.
The run, sponsored by area law firms and businesses, is open to lawyers, law firms, businesses, non-lawyers, families, children, runners - anyone interested in supporting ULA, a nonprofit organization that provides free legal services to low-income individuals in Spokane County.
Justice Run funds will help the legal assistance group cover costs not covered by government grants.
Registration deadline is Tuesday. The $10 fee includes a T-shirt; a $5 fee is for the race only.
Trophies will be presented to the top overall men and women finishers, the top men and women in each of four age groups and the top corporate cup finishers.
For more information, call 324-5791.
Camp for burn survivors
The Northwest Burn Foundation’s seventh annual summer camp for burn-injured children will be Aug. 12-18 at Camp Buck Creek, near Enumclaw, Wash.
The free camp is open to burn-survivor children between 7 and 18 years old from Washington, Montana, Idaho, Oregon and Alaska. Transportation is also available.
Camp counselors include firefighters, burn-care professionals and adult burn survivors.
Contact the Northwest Burn Foundation at (206) 361-9844 for more information and camper applications.
… And the winner should be..
The Spokane Arts Commission is accepting nominations for its 1995 Arts Awards.
The awards will be presented during October’s National Arts and Humanities Month in the City Council Chambers at City Hall.
Award categories include Individual Artist, Arts Organization, Individual Benefactor, Business Benefactor and Arts in Education.
Anyone - individuals, organizations, businesses - can nominate candidates. Nominators need to explain how their nominee meets the guidelines for the appropriate category. For the list of guidelines, call 625-6050.
Deadline for the written-only nominations is 5 p.m. Aug. 15. Send them to: Arts Awards, Spokane Arts Commission, 808 W. Spokane Falls Blvd., Spokane 99201.
Food bank reaps Second Harvests
The Spokane Food Bank recently received two Second Harvest Model Program Awards.
Al Brislain, executive director of the food bank, accepted the awards at the Second Harvest National Food Bank Network conference.
The food bank’s collaborative project with Habitat for Humanity won the Community Relations and Coalition Building Award and a second for its 1994 building campaign presentations.
Earlier this year, the food bank also won a Nabisco Foods Model Food Bank Program Award and an Addy Award for its building campaign promotionals.
A special note to Russian symphonies
Margaret Ross Thrailkill and her daughter, Nancy Ross, recently returned from St. Petersburg, Russia, where they presented congratulations and friendship gifts to two Russian symphony orchestras on behalf of the Spokane Symphony Orchestra.
Fresh roses, Spokane Symphony T-shirts and posters, Camp Fire candy and Nordstrom fragrances were presented during the White Nights Festival in St. Petersburg. The festival included 31 musical events, operas, ballets, symphony and choral concerts as well as chamber and solo recitals.