February 19, 2009 in Washington Voices

In brief: Windfall plans $5 bag sale

 

Windfall, a thrift store at 1024 S. Perry St., will have a bag sale Friday and Saturday.

From 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., all of the bags, shoes, and clothes that can be fit into the provided shopping bag will be $5 per bag.

Proceeds benefit programs of the Service League at St. John’s Cathedral.

Call 534-3888.

Spokane Valley

‘Feline Groovy’ benefit planned

SCRAPS and the Spokane Humane Society are coming together to offer a full day of pampering to women in the Spokane community, where they are sure to be “Feline Groovy” on Saturday.

The day includes brunch at Old European Breakfast House, massages at the BrickHouse Massage and Coffee Bar, and high tea at Brambleberry Cottage and Tea Shoppe. Chocolate tasting at the Chocolate Apothecary will follow tea, and cocktails and appetizers at Envy Tapas Lounge will end the day.

Tickets are $125 per person and all proceeds benefit SCRAPS and the Spokane Humane Society. Call 467-5235, ext. 12.

LC senior crowned new Miss Spokane

McKenzi Novell, a senior at Lewis and Clark High School, has been selected Miss Spokane 2009. The competition, part of the Miss America Organization, was a precursor to the state pageant that will be held in Burien, Wash., in July.

Novell received a $1,100 scholarship and a $6,000 in-kind scholarship from Gonzaga University.

She was given a private interview and judged in lifestyle and fitness, talent, and evening wear categories.

The first runner-up is Courtney Wick. Second runner-up is Tiffany Yoder.


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