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i 'li Page 8 Free Press Thursday, January 22, 2015 Train continued from page 6 Every snow covered peak and fresh flowing creek to Spokane. It was 30 minutes early, which was a worthy of a postcard, surprise. I think I chose the best time for this route, constantly distracted from my reading by the I stayed away from the dining car food andas I encountered a change in the seasons leaving scenery outside of my window, prices, eating what I had in my backpack. Rolling California in the 70s and getting to Spokane in the Sometime after dinner, I found two guys through the Willamette Valley I was treated to lush 20s. I wouldn't want to take the train every week, watching the Oregon/Ohio State national title green sod farms and numerous flocks of sheep, but I recommend it at least once. game live on their iPad; this is 2015 after all. That The train arrived in Portland on time, leaving me , Phil Kiver is a Cheney High School and Eastern night I found a vacant set of seats and enjoyed a an hour to sit in a 100-year-old station on wooden Washington University graduate. He is currently a very pleasant sleep. The entire next day was spent benches with stone floors and nothing to do. The visiting professor at the University of California at making our way through the Cascade Mountains. train took about the same time a car would to get Santa Barbara. continued from page 6 City of Medical Lake • Jan. 29, Play and Learn Storytime community library, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. (ages 2 - 5), Cheney School District • Jan. 23, Sunset Elementary School Movie Night, Sunset Elementary, 6 - 9 p.m. • Jan. 27, CHAS Health Clinic, Cheney Middle School, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. • Jan. 28, School Board Meeting, Cheney Middle School, 6 p.m. • Jan. 28, Lawson and Ruth Van Kuren Track and Field Dedication, Cheney Middle School, 6 p.m. • Jan. 29, Windsor Literacy Night, Windsor Elemen- tary, 5:30 - 7 p.m. • Jan. 29, Fifth-Grade Music Concert, Snowden Elementary, 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. • Jan. 29, Fourth-Grade Music Concert, Betz Elemen- tary, 6:30 - 7 p.m. Medical Lake School District • Jan. 27, Medical Lake School Board Meeting, School District Administration Building, 6 p.m. Eastern Washington University • Jan. 26, "What Can You Do with a Women's and Gender Studies Degree?" Monroe Hall Room 207, 10 - 11:30 a.m. • Jan, 28, "Two by Two: small-scale ceramic sculp- ture biennial" exhibition reception, Art Building Gallery of Art, noon.• • Jan. 29, "Contemporary Issues In Feminist Re- search; Ideologies of Gender and Species in 'Black- fish,'" Monroe Hall Room 207, 12 o 12:50 p.m. • Jan. 29, AiR Workshop 1: "I Did the Time- Stories of the Impact of Our Expensive, Ineffective and Unfair Criminal Justice System," Monroe Hall Room 207, 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. continued from page 6 ship service there will be each Thursday at 7:30 a.m. a presentation by retired in the parish hall. Come Mark your calendars architect, Ken Bensimon and bring a friend. for our Festival of Choco- who will share his expe- For your contempla- late event on Tuesday,riences working on antion: "We all have the Feb. 17. This event will archeological dig site in drum major instinct. We help fund our Vacationthe Holy Land. all want to be impor- Bible School. tant, to surpass others, All are welcome to ourSt. Paul's Episcopal to achieve distinction, to Ash Wednesday worship Church lead the parade...And the service Wednesday, Feb. A welcoming haven, great issue of life is to hat- 18 at 12:05 and 7 p.m.nourishingallGod'speople ness the drum major in- in body, mind and spirit, stinct. It is a good instinct United Methodist Holy Communion is at 11 if yola don't distort it and Church a.rr theRev.ChristineSoule pervert it. Don't give it Worship with us this will preach and presidel up. Keep feeling the need Sunday at the United Attention college for being important. Keep Methodist Church. Wor-students: Each Mondayfeeling the need for being ship is at 10 a.m. preceded at 5 p.m. you are invited first. But I want you to be by Sunday school classes to join us for dinner, the first in love. 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