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Marny Lombard

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At Titantic Experience, 6th-Graders Learn Team-Building, Making Choices

Two happy sounds rang out in Monday's drizzle. A chorus of frogs ribbeted away from a marshy spot on Karl Wilkinson's property. And up the hill, a chorus of sixth-graders giggled and hollered. Sixty-some students from East Valley Middle School were embarking on two days of leadership and team-building exercises, called a Titantic Experience. By the end of the week, all 220 of the school's sixth-graders will have gone through the outdoor program. Day 2 of the program focuses on the ropes course at Camp Lutherhaven.
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Computer Classes For Seniors

Senior citizens in the Valley who want to learn about computers have an opportunity close at hand. The Community Colleges of Spokane offers classes for seniors in a new computer lab at University City Shopping Center. Each quarter, the number of computer classes seems to grow.
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Heart Beats All-Girl Bass Drum Line Keeps Tempo For West Valley Band

1. The West Valley High bass drum line includes, from back, Rose Morris, Sherise Roderick, Julie Jones and Courtney Smith. Drummer Karisa Rickard is not pictured. Steve Thompson/The Spokesman-Review 2. Marching out to practice is West Valley's all-female bass drum line consisting of, from left, Rose Morris, Sherise Roderick, Julie Jones and Courtney Smith. Missing is Karisa Rickard. Photo by Steve Thompson/The Spokesman-Review

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