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CHENEY FREE PRESS Thursday, October 8, 2015 EDUCATION on FROM STAFF AND NEWS REPORTS Africana Studies Program silent auction The Eastern Washington University Africana Studies Program is having its annual silent auction, Oct. 27, and is looking for dona- tions. Donations may include art, books, crafts, gift baskets, gift cards, sporting and theater tickets. All proceeds from the event will help schol- arships, the Richard Williams Graduation Celebration, Black History• Month programs and other events. Donors will receive recognition as their names will be listed on the Africana Studies website and displayed during the auction. Medical Lake accepting shoe donations The Medical Lake School District is once again partnering with Our Place Ministries and Fox 28 for the Shoe the Kids shoe drive. Newly or gently-used shoes can be dropped off at any of the schools or the district's administration office at 116 Third St. FBLA partners with Clothes for the Cause Residents who have leftover yard sale clothing items, or old shoes or clothes donate them to a good cause. The Cheney High School FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) is partnering with Clothes for the Cause to raise funds for March of Dimes and the Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery: If wising to support the chapter's efforts, please donate any and all clothes, shoes (in pairs), belts, hats, gloves, sheets, blankets, drapes, bedspreads, and stuffed animals. The FBLA will take donations until Nov. 7. For more information or to donate, please contact Adam Smith at (509) 863-3052 or asmith@cheneysd. org. 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