VERADALE – The Central Valley Band Boosters will have the annual arts and crafts fair and bake sale next weekend to raise money for the CVHS band and color guard.
Hours are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. next Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 8, at the school, 821 S. Sullivan Road. Admission is $2 per day.
Musicians put on raffle, fundraiser
WEST VALLEY – The West Valley High School Band Boosters will host a craft fair, bake sale and raffle today.
Over 50 vendors will display and sell crafts with proceeds helping to pay for travel to band competitions and other expenses for the musicians.
Fair times are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the school, 8301 E. Buckeye Ave.
Donations help bring graduation to INB
WEST VALLEY – The West Valley School District announced earlier this year that it would not hold the West Valley High School graduation ceremony in the INB Performing Arts Center in order to save money.
Now, however, it looks like the ceremony will be held in the downtown venue as it has been for years. The school will save $3,000 by not having a rehearsal at the center, and several community members have made donations to help make up the difference, it was announced at this week’s board meeting.
The school is also discussing allowing each family five free tickets and charging for each additional ticket.
Election Day council meeting canceled
SPOKANE VALLEY – The Spokane Valley City Council has canceled its regular meeting Tuesday night because it would coincide with the release of election results.
As Mayor Rich Munson puts it, council members up for re-election want to “breathe into a paper bag” without an audience.
Send in your favorite team’s photograph
Spokane Valley – Do you want to see more faces of your favorite Spokane Valley teams?
Now is your chance to get some publicity. We’d like to publish your team photos.
It’s not just for kids.
We’ll want a short summary of your team’s accomplishments and a team photo with everyone identified.
Submit your photos and information to Valley Editor Jeff Jordan via e-mail at email@example.com. Send a JPEG file of at least 200dpi. For more information, call (509) 927-2170.