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I CHENEY FREE PRESS Thursday, May 28, 2015 NE IGH BOR NEWS at's continued from page 6 time (ages 2 - 5), community library, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. City of Medical Lake ° May 28, Play and Learn Storytime (ages 2 - 5), community library, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. ° June 2, City Council Meeting, City Hall Council Chambers, 6:30 p.m. • June 3, Betz and Salnave Band and Strings Concert, Cheney Middle School, 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. • June 3, Sixth and Eighth Grade Band and Strings Concert, Westwood Middle School 7 - 8 p.m. • June 4, PTA Meeting, Betz Elemen- tary School, 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. • June 4, Band and Orchestra Concert, Betz Elementary School, 6:30 -7 p.m. Cheney School District • June 1, Fourth and Fifth Grade Concert, Windsor Elementary School, 6 - 8 p.m. ° June 1, End of Year Band Concert, Cheney High School 7 - 9 p.m. • June 2, Band Concert, Cheney Middle School, 7 - 8 p.m. • June 2, Show Choir Really Big Show, Westwood Middle School, 7 - 8 p.m. • June 3, Drama Spring Play Evening Performance, Cheney Middle School, 4:30 - 8:30 p.m. • June 3, Three Springs High School Commencement, Betz Elementary School 5 - 6 p.m. • June 3, A Time to Honor, Cheney High School 6 - 8 p.m. • June 3, Senior Art Thesis, Cheney High School, 6 - 8 p.m. Medical Lake School District • June 2, Band and Vocalaires Concert, Hallett Elementary School, 6:30 p.m. • June 2, Band and Choralaires Awards Concert, Michael Anderson Elementary School 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. • June 3, Middle School Band and Choir Concert, Middle School, 6:30 p.m. • Eastern Washington University • June 1, Andy Grammar Concert, Reese Court, 7 p.m. • June 2, Brass Extravaganza, Music Building Recital Hall, 7:30 p.m. • June 3, Orchestra Concert, Music Building Recital Hall 7:30 p.m. • June 4, Choral Concert, Music Build- ing Recital Hall 7:30 p.m. continued from page 7 en's basketball player Lisa Comstock signed a con- tract to play for a semi-pro team in Wuppertal, West Germany where she would earn 1,500 marks - about $500 - per month. 40 Years Ago May 29, 1975 Tony Singleton, 32, a Spokane native but most recently the fire marshal in Bedford, Texas, ar- rived in Cheney to be- gin serving as the city's new fire chief. At the state conven- tion in Spokane, the Cheney Jaycees were se- lected as the outstand- ing chapter in the state of Washington out of 142 similar clubs, re- ported outgoing presi- dent Grant Peterson. The Cheney City Council, following lengthy discussion, ap- proved design of a new logo that would serve as the official emblem of the city. The design by Doug Graef of the Parks Department would soon begin appearing on ve- hicles and letterhead. Eastern Washington State College's Jerry Martin was named the NAIA District I Track Coach of the Year for a second year in a row af- ter the team's successful defense of its Evergreen Conference title. 50 Years Ago May 28, 1965 Cheney High School was to recognize nine honor students among the 120 graduates in a June 4 commencement ceremony at the EWSC Field House. They in- clude: Linda Simpson, Berta Wahl, Pat Edamat- su, Linda Gray, Carla Fackrell, Richard Hage- lin, Mike Snapp, Eric Leighninger and Edna Cheever. The annual poppy sale conducted by the American Legion Auxil- iary netted over $135 ac- cording to chairperson Mrs. Ernest Harr. Medical Lake's 8- 6 win over Cheney in the final Northeast A League baseball game of the season earned the regular season title for the Cardinals. From the archives: 1975 File photo The city of Cheney logo was designed by Doug Graef of the Parks De- partment in May 1975. TOMLINSON Pete Baccarella 509-953-4598 USAF Retired I CAN HELP! o e ~ = e e e e e eee = e o • • • e e • = = = = • • oe • • • • • ~ South Hill Medical Lake Spokane Spc, k.~_ Dr. Bluce ToilUen ]Dr. Chartes "~oiilion I D~z A~ltcw ~robcdio n O~ Deui4 ToUILon [ D~ Chfi~i:opher Herzo9 Spokane~ Only BoardCertified Pediotric DentalGroup continued from page 7 Glenn W. Boling Glenn W. Boling, age 82, passed away May 21, 2015 in Spokane, Wash. Glenn was born June 28, 1932 in Seattle, Wash. to Victor and Verna (Benja- min) Boling. He was a veteran of the Korean War, having served four years' in the Navy as a radar operator. Two of those years he was stationed at Midway Island. Glenn received bach- elor's degrees from Edi- son Technical School and Eastern Washington University in biology and also a teacher's cer- tificate. Glenn tracked satel- lites in Alaska and at the Goddard Spaceflight Center during the first flights of the astronauts. He was the first bio- hazard officer for the University of Washing- ton and also director of the health department in Adams County. He then turned to teach- ing in several schools in Washington state, which included those on Indian reservations. Glenn also led an adventurous life overseas in Istanbul, Turkey. Glenn is survived by his wife, Gay Boling; i. three sons: Raleigh, Ben and Shawn Boling; a daughter: Tammy Johan- ' nessen. He was blessed with seven grandchil- dren and seven great grandchildren. Glenn had many tal- ents but his greatest gift was laughter. A memorial service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday May 29, at the Washington State Veteran's Cemetery in Medical Lake, Wash. Cheney Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrange- ments. Visit Glenn's online guestbook at NEVADA-6 FLIGHT FROM: SPOKANE, WA "$ o WED, SEP SAT, JUL 4 - JULY 7 9 - SEPTEMBER 12 Book Online at WENDOvERFUN.COM Or call 856-FLY-WENDover (866-359-9363L Resewations open 7 rJ~',,'s :~ week. RAINBOW If eppe Hull