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Grand opening at the Davenport Grand Hotel

A toast: Juliya Makhanov, 12, and Seth Schneider wait Wednesday for Schneider’s girlfriend and Juliya’s mother, Yana Makhanov, who is director of housekeeping at the new Davenport Grand Hotel. A champagne toast in the lobby of Spokane’s newest hotel kicked off the grand opening ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday. (Tyler Tjomsland)
A toast: Juliya Makhanov, 12, and Seth Schneider wait Wednesday for Schneider’s girlfriend and Juliya’s mother, Yana Makhanov, who is director of housekeeping at the new Davenport Grand Hotel. A champagne toast in the lobby of Spokane’s newest hotel kicked off the grand opening ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday. (Tyler Tjomsland)
A toast: Juliya Makhanov, 12, and Seth Schneider wait Wednesday for Schneider’s girlfriend and Juliya’s mother, Yana Makhanov, who is director of housekeeping at the new Davenport Grand Hotel. A champagne toast in the lobby of Spokane’s newest hotel kicked off the grand opening ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday.
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