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Gala will benefit SAFeT Response Center

The 23rd annual Chocolate Champagne Gala will be at the Red Lion Hotel at the Park on Friday. The event will begin at 7 p.m. and will feature champagne, chocolates from local shops, coffee samplings, hors d'oeuvres and a silent auction.
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Jacob Davies receives Eagle Scout award

Jacob Davies recently received the Eagle Scout award, the highest award given by the Boy Scouts. Davies, son of Robert and Sonja Davies of Coeur d'Alene, belongs to Troop 209 in Coeur d'Alene. His Eagle project consisted of installing benches on the disc golf course at Farragut State Park. Davies is a senior at Lakeland High School. •The following students have been awarded $1,000 college scholarships from Kootenai Electric Cooperative's Operation Round Up trust board. Students are listed by their hometowns.
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GU student named debate All-American

Gonzaga University student Nick Bormann was recently named as a Cross Examination Debate Association All-American. Bormann, of Spokane, is a philosophy major. •Kaplan University announced area graduates for online students at the Coral Springs Center in Coral Springs, Fla. Maria Egland of Spokane received an Associate of Applied Science, Paralegal Studies, summa cum laude; and Clayton Blackwell, Spokane, received a Terrorism and National Security Management Certificate.

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LC student invited

Haley BrinJones, a freshman at Lewis and Clark High School, has been invited to join a People to People Future Leaders summit at Columbia University in New York this summer. BrinJones was invited based on her academic achievement, community involvement and leadership potential.
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NC freshman joins Team USA

Brittany Cozza, a freshman at North Central High School, has been selected as a member of Spokane Team USA in the World Championships of Performing Arts.
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Basic training names graduates

The following have recently graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio. Air Force Airman Heather Acres is the daughter of Christine Acres of Medical Lake and is a 2005 graduate of Medical Lake High School.
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Penny Drive will aid Whitman libraries

Beginning Monday through April 20, the Whitman County Library is holding its second annual Penny Drive. The drive is in honor of National Library Week, which runs next Sunday through April 21.
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Achievements: SFCC graphic design students medal at ADDY

Spokane Falls Community College graphic design students were awarded gold and silver medals in the 2007 ADDY Awards given by the Spokane Advertising Federation: Consumer or Trade Magazine Ad Campaign: Lindell Serrin, gold medal and Best of Division award
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Pledges from walk will benefit MS

Make a difference today and join the Multiple Sclerosis Inland Northwest Chapter MS Walk. Check-in will be from 8:30 to 9:45 a.m. at Spokane Falls Community College, 3410 Fort George Wright Drive, in the Student Union Building. The walk will begin at 10 a.m.
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Achievements: WSU honors fall graduates

Washington State University recently announced its Idaho resident fall 2006 graduates. All degrees are bachelors unless otherwise indicated. Students are listed by their hometown. Bonners Ferry: Ryan Smith, kinesiology, summa cum laude.
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Charter Academy Honor Roll

Coeur d'Alene Charter Academy recently announced the first semester honor roll for the 2006-07 academic year. Seniors
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Achievements: WSU names students to fall honor roll

The following is a list of Washington State University's fall 2006 honor roll for its Eastern Washington students. Students are listed by their hometowns. Palouse: Matthew Bofenkamp, Holli Holbrook, Amberly Kent, Daniel Kent, Lindsey Kimble, Laura Louden, Kasey Manning, Miranda Woodford-Lane.
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WSU announces fall honor roll

Washington State University recently announced the fall 2006 honor roll for Eastern Washington students. Students are listed by their hometowns. Albion: Alice Carvo, Alex Nickel, Shelly Stewart, Ashley Tomlinson, Mark Waters.
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Community Update: Project Joy anniversary concert today

The 35th anniversary Project Joy concert will be held today at Spokane Community College in the Lair Building Auditorium, 1810 N. Greene St. The concert will begin at 3 p.m. and will include entertainment by Project Joy's 50-piece orchestra, 50-voice Senior Serenaders Chorus and the Spokane Area Children's Chorus.
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Achievements: Pair receive Bronze Star

Master Sgt. Henry Stroisch of Colville and Tech. Sgt. Michael Frady of Spokane were awarded Bronze Star medals for distinguished service while deployed to Iraq. Both are members of the Washington Air National Guard Logistic Readiness Squadron at Fairchild Air Force Base. “2nd Lt. C. Scott Carlson of Spokane was awarded the Navy-Marine Achievement Medal for his leadership while under deployment to Iraq. Carlson is a 2001 Gonzaga Prep graduate and the son of Chris and Marcia Carlson of Spokane.
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Achievements: Jake Jordan receives Eagle Scout rank

Troop 171 has awarded the rank of Eagle Scout to Jake Jordan. He is the son of Jim and Sandy Jordan, Nine Mile. His Eagle project was to construct a 3.2-mile hiking trail in Riverside State Park near the Little Spokane River. The troop's chartered organization is the Woodridge Elementary School Parent Teacher Student Organization in the Indian Trail neighborhood. Jordan is a sophomore at Lakeside High School. “Justine Scott, a Lewis and Clark High School graduate, was named to the dean's list for the fall semester of the 2006-2007 academic year at Colby College, Waterville, Maine. Scott is the daughter of Timothy Kinsella, Seattle, and LeaAnne Askman, Spokane.
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Community update: Telethon will benefit band, strings concert

KHQ Television will host a telethon on Tuesday from 5 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. to raise money for the Band and Strings Spectacular concert. The telethon is being sponsored by KHQ, Windermere Realty and AmericanWest Bank. The concert will be held at the Spokane Arena on May 8 at 7 p.m. and will be performed by 2,200 fifth- and sixth-grade band and string students from Spokane Public Schools.
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Disc golf Ice Bowl to aid food bank

Today at 11 a.m. Ice Bowl 2007 will be held at Downriver Disc Golf Course. Cost for the amateur division is $12 plus 10 cans of food, and the entry fee for the pro division is $22 plus 10 cans of food. The charity disc golf tournament will benefit Second Harvest Food Bank.
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Teeth whitening will aid Spokane Guilds’ School

Now through March 31, have your teeth whitened for $99 and brighten your smile for children and the Spokane Guilds' School. Local dentists are donating their time to the Smiles Program fundraiser. Proceeds will benefit children attending the School.
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Portland posts fall dean’s list

University of Portland has announced its list of Eastern Washington and North Idaho students who were named to the dean's list for fall semester. Students are listed by their hometowns.