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Page 2 Section 2 Free Press Thursday, February 3, 2011 LOOKING BACK 10 Years Ago Feb. 8, 2001 Medical Lake School District is consid- ering a Plan B for fixing Blair Elementary School should efforts to get state and federal money fall through. That includes building a new school outside of Fairchild Air Force Base. The city of Airway Heights has decided through a vote of the City Council to reject the bid by Century West Engineering for the design phase of the $1.67 million McFarlane Road reconstruction project. Local legislators have signed on to a bill that would give the state's school districts more control over the essential learning re- quirements needed for students to receive the certificate of mastery and eventually graduate from high school. Ninth District representatives Don Cox, (R-Co!fax), and Mark Schoesler, (R-Ritzville), are cospon- sors of HB 1312 and said several Democrats. have signed on to the bill to give it bipartisan support. The Medical Lake Cardinals wrestling team captured their first Great Northern League title in seven years after posting a 45-18 win over Lakeside and a 46-22 vic- tory over Chewelah. Four consecutive wins from Jacob Johnson (103 pounds), Aaron Nelson (189), Garret Johnson (215) and Matt Leenhouts (275) helped the Cardinals, 6-0, top Lakeside, which had won four straight GNL titles. The Cheney Lady Hawks' 51-37 victory over Clarkston earned them a return meet- ing in a first-round home playoff game. All Camp led Cheney in scoring with 12 points. 20 Years Ago Feb. 7, 1991 The ongoing dispute between residents of an older Cheney neighborhood and a university fraternity has taken an odd turn as city officials admit making a procedural error that puts the situation in a new light. The law says that fraternity backers needed to apply for their permit through a different process. Residents opposed to the frat can have the City Council decide the matter or make the permit applicants start the process over. The volume of materials passing through 'the Cheney Recycling Center is up sharply according to director Sally Tokarsyck who noted 371 tons of material was shipped out of the center in 1990, compared to 148 tons in 1989. The Cheney Blackhawks are four games Community Resources Cheney Cheney Clothing Exchange 423 N. Sixth St., in the basement of the UCC education hall. Hours: Open Wednesdays noon to 6 p.m. The Cheney Clothing Exchange offers free clothing, outerwear, blankets and a small number of household items to those in need. The clothing exchange relies on donations to continue their service. There isno income requirement to use the service, but number of items is limited. Cheney Food Bank 100 Anderson Road, in the Cheney Recycling Center. Call 235-2325. Hours: Open 9 a.m. to I p.m. the first four Wednesdays of the month. The Cheney Food Bank offers emergency food assistance to those who qualify. Canned, fresh and frozen food as well as limited toiletries and household items are available. Cheney Meals on Wheels Based at Cheney Care Center. Call 235-6196. The Meals on Wheels program delivers frozen meals to people ages 60 and over who have difficulty preparing their own meals. Meals are delivered on a weekly, bi-monthly or monthly basis. A $3.50 per meal donation is suggested, but not required if unaf- fordable. Cheney Outreach 423 N. Sixth St., inside the United Church of Christ. Call 235-8900. Hours: Office open Tuesday and Wednesday 9-11:30 a.m., by phone Thursday 9,11:30 a.m. The central assistance agency in Cheney, Cheney Outreach provides energy assistance, limited rental assistance, bus passes, recreation activities for children, school supplies, school clothing, park and recreation activities scholarships and referrals to more services within the county. Eligibility is based on income and de- pends on the size of the family. First-timeapplicants should call ahead and must provide current photo ID and proof of income. Feed Cheney 423 N. Sixth St., in the UCC fellowship hall. Call 324-1659. Hours: Last Monday of each month Sept-May. 5-6 p.m. Volunteers serve a free hot meal to the community once a month. There is no income requirement to receive the meal, and community members are encouraged to bring friends and rela- tives who may need a healthy meal. Medical Lake/Airway Heights Medical Lake Care and Share/Community Outreach Center 211 N. Lefevre St., at the Dora Burt Center. Call 299-3819 Hours: Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays from 9 a.rrL to 4 p.m. Care and Share offers low-cost second hand clothing and other items while the outreach center gives emergency monetary assistance with events such as power shutoff notices or evictions. Funded through combined backing from local churches and do- nations. First-time applicants for outreach assistance should call ahead and must provide current photo ID and proof of income. Medical Lake Food Bank 211 N. Lefevre St., at the Dora Burt Center. Call 299-3819 Hours: Fridays from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. The Medical Lake Food Bank offers emergency food assistance to those who qualify. Canned, fresh and frozen food as well as limited toiletries and household items are available. Airway Heights Baptist Church Food Distribution Center 12322 Sunset Highway. Call 244-2474 Hours: First and third Saturday of each month from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Since 2006 the Airway Heights Baptist Church has conducted food distribution. Available products include shelf stable items as well as produce and perishable products. Medical Lake Senior Lunch Program 708 E. Lake St., in the St. Anne Parish Hall. Call 280-8618 Hours: Every Thursday at 11:30 a.m. Seniors age 55 and older are invited to a weekly conversa- tional lunch for $4, with assistance available for those who cannot pay. away from a Frontier League basketball title, coach Denny Humphrey said, but those four games needed for the championship are all against the top teams in the league for 4-2 Cheney who trails West Valley with a 5-1 record. The Cheney Lady Hawks basketball team handed Colville its first Frontier League loss, 57-51 as Jennifer Meese scored 10 points to lead the way. Two wins over Riverside and Kettle Falls improved Medical Lake's girl's basketball team record to 9-2 and the temporary lead over second place Chewelah, 8-2. Lori Na- pier scored 24 points in her team;s 59-57 squeaker over Kettle Falls and then added 31 more in ML's 70-56 win over Riverside. 30 Years Ago Feb. 5, 1981 The Airway Heights City Council heard a report from Councilman Richard Kness on the proposed 911 Emergency System that will be considered for approval at the next meeting. A computer system designed to allow local residents access to books in 17 other See Looking Back on page 8 CHURCHES Emmanuel Lutheran Church Emmanuel Lutheran Ch.urch invites you to join us for wor- ship this Sunday, Feb. 6at 10:30 a.m. as we celebrate the Fifth Sunday after Epiphany. Pastor David Ophus will preside. Lutheran Campus Ministry meets at Emmanuel on Monday evenings at 6 p.m. All Eastern students are invited to attend a free dinner followed by worship led by campus pastor Shelley Bryan Wee. St. Paul's Episcopal Church All are welcome! The Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany: Holy Eucharist (t 11 a.m. Rev. Christine Soul, priest, will preach and presid& Child care is available. This Sunday, Feb. 6, we look forward to welcoming our Bishop, the Right Rev. James Waggoner, as Celebrant and Preacher for Confirmation and Reception of new members at St. Paul's. Also on Sunday, Feb. 6, the monthly Taize Service will be held at St. Paul's at 7 p.m. in the evening. Please join us for this service of contemplation, music and prayer. Attention college students: Every Monday night (when EWU is in session) at 6 p.m., gather with Rev. Soule for Bible study, short prayer service and dinner in the Parish Hall. Learn of service opportunities.Come and bring your friends. Narcotics Anonymous meets in the Parish Hall each Tues- day and Saturday evenings at 7 p.m. For Your Contemplation: "If the unity of Christians in One Body makes the Church a sign of God in the world, and if people tend unfortunately to conflict and division by reason of their weakness, self- ishness and sin, then the will to reconciliation and pardon is necessary if the Church is to make God visible in the world. Nor can this pardon, this com- munion in forgiveness, remain interior and invisible. It must be clearly manifest. So the mystery of the Church demands that Christians love one another in a visible and convrete way... Christ will not be visible to the world in His Church except in proportion as Christians seek peace and unity with.one an- other and will all people. But since conflict is inevitable, unity cannot be maintained except in great difficulty, with constantly renewed sacrifice, with lucid honesty, openness, humility, the readiness to ask forgiveness and to forgive" St. Paul's Episcopal ChL/rch is located next door to the EWU campus at 625 C St. United Methodist Church It's "Souper Bowl" Sunday at the Cheney Untied Methodist Church! On a day character, ized by snacking during the big game, the Methodist Church is joining churches across the country in helping those whose basic food needs are not being met. A soup pot will be at the back of the sanctuary this Sun- day morning for monetary con- tributions. All money donated will go the Cheney Food Bank to help local families in these difficult economic times. The worship service is at 10 a.m. Leading this week's service will be the Rev. Terry Hall as we continue a study around the journey from dark- ness into light. Preceding the worship hour the adult Sun- day schoo[ class begins at 8:30 and classes for children 3 and over begin at 9 a.m. Childcare is available during the wor- ship s'ervice. Please stay for a time of fellowship following the service. The United Methodist Church is located at 204 Fourth St. For information about Bible study groups or any of the church activities call the church office at 235-4600. You will al- ways find a warm welcome at Cheney U.M.C. Church of the Nazarene Please join us at the Cheney Church of the Nazarene for worship and Bible study pro- grams throughout the week; child care is provided. Sunday School (infants through adults) begins at 9:15 a.m. Worship services begin at 10:30 a.m. On Wednesday evenings, you are invited to attend an eve- ning of fellowship and study for all age groups: Kids Kon- nection (ages 3-12) starts at 6 p.m. Wednesday evening adult Bible study programs and Youth Group begin at 6:30 pm. 338 Betz Road, Cheney, (509) 235-6261. Cheney, Medical Lake & EWU WEST PLAINS ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Feb. 4-5 James Edmonds Piano Festival and Competition with director Dr. Jody Graves. Call 359-6119 for de- tails. Feb. 11-13 StageWest Community Theatre presents "Fairytale Courtroom" on the second level of EWU's Showal- ter Hall Auditorium. Friday and Saturday nights, 7 p.m. Sunday matinee 3 p.m. Tickets available through www.stagewestct.org or at the door. Feb. 11 Jazz Residency with guest artist George Stone of Cuesta College, Calif. Stone will perform with EWU jazz ensemble, repertory ensemble and vocal jazz. For tickets call 359-2241 Feb. 12 Cheney Parks and Recreation hosts seventh annual Daddy Daughter Dance at EWU PUB multipurpose room and second annual Rollin' and Bowlin' Morn and Son Night at Rosa's Pizza. Both events 6-9 p.m. Cost is $20 per parent-child couple if registered by Feb. 4, $24 after that. Call 498-9250. Feb. 13 Spokane All-City Jazz Ensemble concert with pianist Dana Landry, 6:30 p.m. in the Music Building Recital Hall at EWU. Admission is $5. & Medical Lake ,ngredients for life. SAFEWAY Oo Sweet Fuji Apples Visit www.safeway.com Pces in this ad tn effective 7am, Thunday, Febly 3 thre Tuesday, Fehruuy 8, 2011 ut your 2710 1st Street, Chancy, WA Sdeway store. Items offered for sale are not available to other dealers or whulesalers, Quantity rlght reserved. Sales of products containing ephedrine, psnudoephedrine or phenylpropanohmnie llmited by law, On Buy One, Get One Free ("BOGO') offers, customer must purchase the first item to receive the second item free, BOGO offers are not 1/2 price sales If only a single item purchased, the regular price applies. Manufacturers' coupons may be usrd on purchased items only- no1 on free items. Limit one coupon per purchased i(em, Customm will be responsible for tax on the purchased and frne items. 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