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SPOKANE VALLEY – The West Valley High School track and field team will have its annual crab feed fundraiser Feb. 11 from 6 to 7 p.m. in the school commons, 8301 E. Buckeye Ave.

The dinner includes fresh Dungeness crab flown in from the Oregon coast, salad, French bread, baked beans and soft drinks.

There will also be door prizes.

Tickets are $27.50 and the proceeds will be used to purchase new equipment and other expenses. The deadline to purchase tickets is Friday.

For more information, call Rick Kuhl at (509) 922-5488 or e-mail rick.kuhl@wvsd.com.

SPOKANE VALLEY – See a pothole? The city of Spokane Valley is now giving citizens two options for reporting the offending craters. In addition to calling (509) 921-1000 to report potholes, they now can be reported online at www.spokanevalley.org. Click on the “report a problem” link on the left side of the page, then select “report a pothole.”

Whether you call or click, there is some specific information that has to be given so the city can fill the holes in the road. Give the exact location of the pothole – street address, which side of the street, which lane, etc. Include information on the size of the hole. If you want someone from the city to contact you, you can provide an e-mail address or telephone number.

Music center hosts symphony lecture

WEST HILLS – The Holy Names Music Center, 3910 W. Custer Drive, will host a wine and music lecture tonight at 7 p.m., featuring Roberta Bottelli, cello and music theory instructor at Holy Names.

The event will include wine and cheese to enjoy while listening to Bottelli’s discussion on “Who’s Afraid of the Symphony?” Her lecture will give an introduction and background to the symphony, etiquette and information on the pieces to be featured in the Classics program on Feb. 12 and Feb. 13.

Tickets to the wine and cheese event are $20 per person. Seating is limited.

To purchase tickets and for more information (509) 326-9516.



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