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WSP, Kiwanis host career camp

Applications are being accepted for the 31st annual Washington State Patrol-Kiwanis Youth Law Enforcement Career Camp, to be held at the WSP Academy in Shelton, Wash., July 25 through July 31.

The camp will include classes and demonstrations from the SWAT team, K-9, driving course, and defensive tactics. The purpose of the camp is to provide selected high school juniors and seniors who have an interest in law enforcement an opportunity to explore the various job opportunities in that field. It offers exposure to problems encountered by law enforcement officers on a daily basis and shows how to handle these situations in a professional manner. Many students who attend the academy go on to have careers in the criminal justice field.

Applications will be accepted through May 22 and can be downloaded at www.wsp.wa.gov, under “Outreach.”

Cheney

Cheney gardeners selling for scholars

The Cheney Garden Club will hold a plant sale on Saturday, from 9 a.m. to noon at Mitchell’s Harvest Foods, 116 W. First St.

Vegetables, perennial flowers, annuals, container plants and shrubs will be for sale along with free garden advice.

Proceeds will fund local scholarships.

For more information call (509) 235-4252.

Board meeting shelved two weeks

The regular meeting of the Cheney Park Board has been postponed from today until May 28 at 7 p.m. in the new Cheney Parks and Recreation office, 2640 First St., Suite B.

The department recently received the report from the insurance company regarding the future of the community building, and the staff would like to develop a plan to present to the Cheney City Council for consideration.

For more information, call Paul Simmons, director of Parks and Recreation at (509) 498-9295.

Rockwood

Big band highlights cathedral gathering

St. John’s Cathedral, 127 E. 12th Ave., will host “Swing in the Cathedral” for military families tonight at 7 p.m.

Tuxedo Junction Big Band will be performing live, playing the sounds of Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey and Duke Ellington.

All proceeds will benefit Operation Spokane Heroes and support military families in Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho experiencing financial hardship.

Tickets are $10 per person.

To purchase tickets and for more information, call Rich at (509) 838-6131 or St. John’s Cathedral at (509) 838-4277.

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