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Marshall Days Celebration planned

The town of Marshall, offthe Cheney-Spokane Road between Cheney and Spokane, will host its annual Marshall Days Celebration from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.

The Marshall Post Office will display historic memorabilia.

The Post Office will issue a special Marshall cancellation stamp as part of customer appreciation days, and refreshments will be served.

There also will be a town yard sale, retail sales, arts and crafts, jewelry sales and more.

‘Doing It’ project scheduled

Spokane Preservation Advocates will have a “Doing It” project from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday at the Lindsley-Larsen Estate, 2314 S. Altamont Blvd.

The Lindsley-Larsen Estate is one of the few remaining, undivided multi-acre residential estates built during the late 19th and early 20th centuries in Spokane. The property includes the main house, a carriage house/garage, a chauffeur’s cottage and garage addition, and landscaped grounds and garden features.

The estate, built in 1914, was designed by architect C. Harvey Smith, and is an excellent example of the Colonial Revival style.

Volunteers will be working outside in the yard. Wear your work or painting clothes.

A light breakfast will be furnished, and lunch will be provided.

Call Ann Cronkhite at 747-7239 to RSVP.

Spokane Preservation Advocates’ quarterly membership meeting will be at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at 734 E. 23rd Ave.

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Meetings

“ The Cliff/Cannon Neighborhood Council will meet at 7 tonight at Roosevelt Elementary School, 333 W. 14th Ave.

“ The Latah/Hangman Valley Neighborhood Council will meet at 7 tonight in the second-floor meeting room at Tidyman’s on the Cheney-Spokane Road at Highway 195.

“ The Peaceful Valley Neighborhood Council will meet at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Peaceful Valley Community Center, 214 N. Cedar St.

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