The Spokane Public Schools Foundation has found a “clean” way to earn some money for Logan Elementary School.
The foundation recently entered a grant program sponsored by the Clorox Corp. The program is similar to the Pepsi grant program, where participants have the opportunity to win $20,000 or $50,000 for their schools.
Winners are determined by the most votes, and people can vote once a day. Logan students, parents and staff are asking the community for their help and their votes.
To vote, visit clorox.promo.eprize.com/brightfuture. Click on “Vote Now!” Search for Logan Elementary “fifth- and sixth-grade band and strings extravaganza.” Then, click on “Vote for your nomination!”
Follow the instructions, enter and submit your vote.
Participants can vote once a day through Nov. 1.
For more information, call Maureen Ramos at (509) 922-2589.
Halloween costume sale at Cataldo Catholic School
For ghouls and goblins getting ready for the spookiest of days, Cataldo Catholic School is hosting its annual Halloween costume sale today and Friday, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The sale includes costumes and accessories for spooks and specters of all ages for not-so-scary prices.
The sale is in the parking lot of the school, 455 W. 18th Ave.
Donations will be accepted.
Ferris arts, crafts fair will benefit senior all-nighter
Students at Ferris High School will host the 18th annual Arts and Crafts Fair Oct. 23 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The event will benefit the senior all-nighter.
More than 100 booths will feature local arts and crafts for sale.
Admission is $2 and the community is invited to attend.
Mead golf tournament raises $28,000 for school athletics
The Mead and Mt. Spokane eighth annual Cat Scramble golf tournament was once again a success for the high schools.
The tournament, held at Wandermere Golf Course in mid-September, raised $28,000 for Mead’s and Mt. Spokane’s athletic programs. It also brought together 144 golfers for a day of fun, golf and friendly competition.
According to information from the Mead School District website, more than $180,000 had been raised by supporters of the Cat Scramble and donated to athletic programs in the Mead School District.
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