Market open on Wednesdays
Though the weather outside is showing distinct signs of winter, the Millwood Farmers’ Market hasn’t gone away.
A scaled-down version of the market is still open from noon to 5 p.m. each Wednesday inside the Crossing Youth Center, 8919 E. Euclid Ave. Offerings include winter vegetables, meat, artisan breads, pastries and crafts. Information is available online at www.millwoodmarket.org.
City collecting food donations
The city of Liberty Lake is running a food drive through Dec. 22 to collect donations for Second Harvest Food Bank.
Donations can be dropped off at City Hall, 22710 E. Country Vista Drive, during business hours. All nonperishable items are welcome, but holiday items such as stuffing, canned vegetables, gravy and potatoes are particularly in demand. The demand for holiday food baskets is expected to be higher than usual this year.
– Nina Culver
Titans will watch your children
University High School seniors are making it easier for moms and dads to get ready for Christmas.
Dec. 6, from 10 a.m. to 6 a.m., and Dec. 7, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., parents can drop their kids off at University High School for fun, supervised activities while they head to the stores for holiday shopping.
Kids can do arts and crafts, watch movies, play games, jump in bounce castles and more. Pizza and drinks will be served for lunch.
The holiday daycare is for children potty trained through age 12. Prices are $6 each hour for one child, $9 each hour for two children and $12 each hour for three children or more.
The students’ parents and teachers will also be on hand to help out and supervise the kids while they have fun.
For more information call Paul Schneider at 228-5278 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
– Rainey Coffin
Four athletes sign letters
On Monday, four University High athletes signed college letters of intent, three to Division I schools.
Billy Moon signed for baseball at Gonzaga University, Ali Warren for softball to DePaul University and Hank Frame for golf at Washington State University. Also, East Valley transfer Kelsi Jacobson signed for basketball at Division II Central Washington University.
“I can’t remember the last time we had four in one day,” said activities coordinator Ken VanSickle. “It was a very special day.”
– Mike Vlahovich