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Lilac City Figure Skating Club brings Vegas glamour to Ice-A-Delics show

The glitz and glamour of Las Vegas will come to Spokane when the Lilac City Figure Skating Club presents its biennial Ice-A-Delics show. This year’s exhibition, “Mirage,” features international medalist and 2011 national champion Ryan Bradley and will be held at Eagles Ice Arena on Friday and Saturday.

Area churches plan services to give thanks

Thanksgiving is just a week away, and area churches are planning special services and dinners for those in need. • St. Aloysius Parish, Gonzaga University and Sodexho Dining Services will present the eighth annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner next Thursday from noon to 2 p.m. in Cataldo Hall, 502 E. Boone Ave.

Skating community loses Blackwell

Spokane’s closely knit ice skating fraternity is mourning the loss this week of its beloved matriarch, Sandy Blackwell, who died Monday afternoon at the age of 71, following a prolonged battle with cancer. Blackwell had been involved with the Lilac City Figure Skating Club since its inception and, according to Johnnie Bevan, was a “mother figure” at the Eagles Ice-A-Rena, which she and her former husband, Bud, helped finance and build back in the early 1970s.