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CHENEY FREE PRESS Thursday, June 30, 2016 Ja By GRACE POHL S taft Intern The Mason Jar is sup- porting local artists and the "Save Our Station" campaign with a silent auction of a painting done by Cheney artist, Judy McKeehan. McKeehan was an art teacher in the Medical Lake School District for many years. She has a bachelor's degree in art education and attended both Indiana and Tem- ple universities. She also received her master's degree at Eastern Wash- ington University. Her artwork is scat- tered around Cheney, including windows at the downtown Cheney Museum. McKeehan usually does artwork of landscapes, flowers, plants and kids. But she specifically did a paint- ing on a building that resembles the depot for Bonnie Eccles, who is a member of the Cheney Depot Society. The type of painting that is hung up at the Mason Jar was a first for her, but it still did not take her too long with working on it steadily. Photo by Grace Pohl Judy McKeehan and Mason Jar owner Douglas LaBar stand in front of McKeehan's artwork that is a part of the silent auction benefitting the Cheney Depot Society. The painting will be on display at the Mason Jar for about a month. A minimum bid will be set and anybody can make an offer on the painting. The Cheney Depot Society has a program also supporting them 'that will match any money that is made from the silent auctions to double their funds. The Mason Jar vol- unteered to have the Cheney Depot Society have their silent auc- tion at their facility to showcase local artist's work to other residents in Chenev. There will be a new painting hung up every month if there continues to be artists who donate their work to help the cause. "We hope Judy is going to inspire other local artists to donate artwork and continue this as long as we can with local artists," Ec- cles said. Grace Pohl can be reached at grace@cheney- freepress.com CHURCHES United Church of Christ Kate (Sloan) Francis will preside at our servic-' es at 10 a.m. Sunday, July 3. Sloan handles most of the church office duties and is music director. She is a newlywed and has a new master's degree from Eastern Washington University. We will prob- ably hear beautiful music and we look forward to her message. You are wel- come to join us. A coffee hour will fol- low in the church fellow- ship hall. Please join us and get acquah3ted. While you are there, be sure to visit our rose garden be- hind the church building. It is so beautiful. We will not be cel- ebrating Holy Commu- nion July 3. Instead, com- munion will be served on July 10. In our church, everyone is welcome to participate in communion if they wish to do so. We would be happy to share communion with you. Summer church of- rice hours are Thursdays and Fridays from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Call the church office at 235-4193 for information. Messages may be left if no one is in the office when you call. Put the "Lunch Bunch" potluck on your calendar for next week. All who wish to bring a dish to share are wel- come to join the group for fellowship on July 7 at noon in the church fellowship hall. You are cordially invited to" join us for our Sunday service or any of the activities at Cheney UCC. Everyone is welcome. Emmanuel Lutheran Church All are welcome to worship with us this Sunday, July 3, at 10:30 a.m. at Emmanuel Lu- theran Church. You may also watch our pastor's sermons at our web- site or on YouTube at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Cheney. Adult Christian education be- gins at 9 a.m. Mark your calendars for Emmanuel's 2016 Va- cation Bible School pro- gram scheduled for July 11-15. The theme this year is "Rooted. Imagine what will grow!" from Ephesians 3:17-19. Reg- istration forms will be available soon on our website under the "Min- istries" tab. This program is for children entering the first-through sixth-grade this fall. St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church will host children ages of 3-5. St. Paul's Episcopal Church A welcoming haven, nourishing all God' s people in body, mind and spirit. Holy Communion at 11 a.m. The Rev. Chris- tine Soule will preach and preside. The Episcopal, Lu- theran' and Methodist Campus Ministry will resume in September. Alcoholics Anony- mous meets every Satur- day mormng at 11:30 a.m. in the parish hall. For your contempla- tion: "Learn the lesson that, ffyou are to do the work of a prophet, what you need is not a scepter but a hoe," Bernard of Clairvaux. United Methodist Church You will f ind a warm summer welcome each Sunday mormng at the United Methodist Church. Pastor Alissa Bertsch Johnson will lead the 10 a.m. worship service assisted by asso- ciate pastor Pat Sleeth. All are welcome as we celebrate Holy Com- munion on this, the first Sunday of the month. Please mark your calen- dars for Vacation Bible School, Aug. 14-'18. For additional infor- mation on study groups and other church pro- grams please call the office at 235-4600. MAKARIO$ 12905 W. 6th Avenue Four Lakes, Washington 509- &9-4643 www.ma ka riosfellowship.org Join ue Sunclaye 10:OO am Experience Christian Community in A user-friendly setting All events are free unless pos0ed otherwise. To get your event or meeting in the weekly What's Happening section send an email with date, time, location and event to jmac@chene} freepress.com. Cheney • July 1, Baby Play & Learn Storytime (ages 0-18 months) 10:30 - 11:30 a.m., comrqunity library • July 1, Eco Green Compost Sale, 3 p.m., Utility Building. 112 Anderson Road. $14 cubic yar& • July 1, Zany Zaniac Comedy, 3 - 4 p.m., com- munity library. I • July 2, All you can eat benefit pancake breakfast, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m., Cheney Marketplace Bakery & Eatery, 1011 First St. • July 2, Open Swim, 1 - 5 p.m., iCheney Pool. • July 3, Ultimate Frisbee, 3 p.m. Moos Field. • July 5, Cheney Farmers Market, 2 - 6 p.m., Cheney Marketplace Bakery, 1011 First St. • July 5 - 6, Threaded Tales: The Art of Quilting. EWU Downtown Student Gallery, 404 Second St. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. • July 6, Toddler Play and Learn Storytime (ages 3 - 5), community library, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. • July 7, Sharpie Crafts, 3 -- 4:3p p.m., commu- nity library. Airway Heights: • July I - 3, Friends of the Airway Heights Library Book Sale, 12 - 5 p.m., community library. • July 6, Lego Club, community library, 3 - 4 p.m. • July 6, Summer Outdoor and Drive-In Movie, parking starts at 7 p.m. and the movie starts at dusk. Spokane County Raceway, 750 N. Hayford Road. $5 per person or $20 per carload. • July 7, Play & Learn Storytime (ages 2 -5), 10:30 - 11:30 a.m., community library. • July 7, Manga Drawing, 3 - 4 p.m., commu- nity library. Medical Lake • July 5, Building Palooza, 3 - 4 p.m., commu- nity library. • July 6, Play & Learn Storytime (ages 2-5) 10:30 - 1.1:30 a.m., community library. Cheney School District • July 5, Windsor Summer Library, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m., Windsor Elementary. • P~AYHOUSES • Tank pumping & maintenance • Baffle inspection • System inspection for home sale KENNY ALLESTAD I (50 ) 842-0425 L_~INM* 85711Z ,;!iiii!!!!iiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iii~ii!ii~,~ ........ '~'!iiiiii~ililiiiiiiiii~,: "~:i!iiii!:i!!i!i!i!!i~i!i!:~' ....... ~!~!iii!i!iii!iiiiii!iiiiiii!i~ ............ '~iiiiiiiiii,~ VA A Courses: Instrument A,rptane and Commerciat Ai, rptane Si.ngl, e Engine Land , Premier.Part 1.4t Ft{g t Training .................... "*i5~:Y~o:uld tm eli.gib e fo~ up to $34,600 .......... : ................................ 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