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July 22, 2012 in City

Jared Arias listens during show and tell on June 12 at Trinity Catholic School in Spokane. Jared and his older brother, Julian, would not have the opportunity to attend Trinity without tuition assistance.

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Julian Arias, 9, left, plays Monopoly with his mother, Alejandra, father, Jose, and brother, Jared, 4, while 4-month-old Alyssa watches on June 28 in their north Spokane home. The Ariases place emphasis on Catholic education, values and family unity.

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Jose Arias, left, passes a candle to his wife, Alejandra, right, as godparents Margita and Jose Torres, center, look on during the baptism of the Arias’ 4-month-old daughter, Alyssa, on July 1 at St. Joseph’s Church in Spokane.

Trinity Catholic Students Desi Magnuson, right, and Eva Domas work to lock a gate on June 12 at the school’s play field in Spokane. The school is at background left.

Julian Arias, left, keeps an eye on a candle as he serves as an altar boy on July 1 at St. Joseph’s Church in Spokane.