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Friday, February 28, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Havermale plans Hope Fair for students, families, friends

By Rainey Coffin

Havermale High School students will host the Hope Fair tonight, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the school, 1300 W. Knox Ave.

The evening will begin with a free dinner, followed by a variety of activity and informational booths about community resources for families and friends of students.

For more information, call Cindy McMahon, assistant principal, at 354-6404.

Adams students present concert

Adams Elementary students will hold their Band, Strings and Drum Concert tonight at 7 p.m. Fourth-graders will show off their new drum skills and the fifth and sixth-grade All Stars also will showcase their talents.

The staff, parents and community are invited to the Adams Gymnasium, 2909 E. 37th Ave., for an evening of fun.

Call Ann Flatt at Adams at 354-2000 for more information.

Ferris will recycle yuletide trees

Ferris High School will hold a Christmas Tree Recycling event on Jan. 3, 4, 10 and 11 to raise funds for the senior all-nighter.

The 2009 Ferris seniors and their parents will accept or pick up formerly fresh trees at the Ferris High west parking lot on the corner of 37th Avenue and Regal Street from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.

A minimum $5 donation is suggested for drop off. Pick-up service is available for $15 or $12 for seniors. To arrange pick-up, call 999-5186. No artificial trees will be accepted.

Shadle’s Rotchford, NC’s Watson honored

Herb Rotchford, principal at Shadle Park High School, has been recognized as Principal of the Year by the Greater Spokane League. Wendy Watson, assistant principal at North Central High School, has been named Assistant Principal of the Year.

These honors are chosen once a year to represent the league. A Spokane Public Schools press release has quoted them as being the “best of the best.”

Rainey Coffin can be reached at 927-2166 or via e-mail at raineyc@spokesman.com.

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