In brief: Submit your favorite seasonal photos to Valley Voice
The sun is shining, the playfields are full and the birds are singing. We’d like to see your best seasonal photographs for Picture Perfect, our community scrapbook of photos from Spokane Valley readers. We want the type of pictures that show why this season is one of the best in Spokane Valley.
Share photos of family feasts, children in their best outfits, teammates on the field. Think of holiday gatherings, special milestones and outdoor fun. Send us your party pictures, garden snapshots and candid photos.
We’ll publish your slice-of-life photographs for free. Just send them in via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include a few sentences giving a detailed description of the photograph, where it was taken and what the occasion was. Include names, ages and hometowns of everyone in the shot. Also include the name and telephone number of the person who took the photograph.
Weeklong violin camp planned next month
SPOKANE – Holy Names Music Center is hosting a violin camp April 1-5.
Camp is open to students age 7 and older, and will discuss the history of the violin, famous violinists and composers, and discussions of technique and performance styles.
Cost is $150. Holy Names Music Center is at 3910 W. Custer Drive. Call (509) 326-9516.
Volunteer sought for United Way board
SPOKANE – United Way is recruiting a homeless or formerly homeless person to serve on the Emergency Food and Shelter Program board.
The board directs resources to local programs that serve citizens basic needs.
The volunteer must be able to attend a minimum of one board meeting every year, review and score approximately 15 applications for funds and help determine the amount of money awarded to each program.
Interested volunteers may call Lucille Simmons at (509) 838-6581, ext. 101.