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In brief: Sacred Heart Church marks 50th year

Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church is celebrating its 50th anniversary at its 219 E. Rockwood Blvd. location. Bishop Thomas Daly will celebrate Mass on Dec. 1 at 10 a.m.

Heart sculptures set for move to safer spots

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Spokane is relocating downtown’s heart sculptures to more secure locations following vandalism that damaged several of the pieces.

Downtown Spokane art project to feature giant hearts

This fall, vibrantly painted giant hearts will begin to appear on the streets of downtown Spokane as part of a community art project headed up by Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Inland Northwest.

Ronald McDonald House Charities expanding services

By this June, four new sleeping rooms are expected to open up because of a project to build a Ronald McDonald Family Room inside Deaconess Hospital to mirror its longtime family room facility at Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital.

Plans call for lodging center at Kootenai Health

Growth at Kootenai Health is backing plans to build a lodging center on the hospital campus, with one side of the facility as a Ronald McDonald House, for use by patients and families.

Ronald McDonald House Spokane celebrates 30 years

On April 27, 1987, Spokane’s Ronald McDonald House opened its doors, offering shelter, food and support to families with children in medical crisis. In the past 30 years, more than 13,000 families from across the Inland Northwest have found refuge within its welcoming walls.