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I CHENEY FREE PRESS Thursday, October 22, 2015 NEWS As Lewis Carroll once said: "One of the secrets of life is that all that is really worth the doing is what we do for others. " While opportunities abound to serve in the community, it's diffi- cult to identify those opportunities. provides a way to easily find and connect needs with resources. Registration is simple and free. Through, volunteers can access service opportunities and JUSTSERVE events in their neighborhood, town or city. Once registered, they can browse service opportunities and email up- dates will deliver new local service opportunities to your inbox. "The most important concept that I have learned is that there are so many people in our Community that care about humanity," Maureen Moberly, Cheney representative of the JustServe organization, said in a news release. "The volunteers come from all walks of life, and from many different religions, but share one goal: to care and give to those in need." Moblerly and her husband Gill have had many opportunities to serve. One experience that touched their lives greatly was participating in the "Journey to Bethlehem" (JTB), a service to the Cheney community organized by The Seventh Day Ad- ventist Church. In JTB, volunteers set up a live nativity for anyone to attend and be touched by the story of the birth of Jesus Christ. Many volunteers are needed each year to wrangle the live animals, set the stage and lighting, and perform to make this event a success. Many in the community have already experienced the joy of serv- ing through opportunities found on Volunteers using JustServe recently helped by sort- ing donated food for Feed Cheney and 2nd Harvest food banks, sorting clothing for Cleone's Closet, which supports women in need in Airway Heights, painting and helping build local churches and serving food at EWU's "Welcome Back Breakfast" for faculty and students. It's easy to register on JustServe. org and to find service opportunities in local neighborhoods that support worthy causes; it's equally easy for worthy causes to seek local volun- teers through JustServe. The common consensus of participants is that ev- eryone felt uplifted and strengthened by the act of giving. As Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, "The greatest gift is a portion of thyself." For more information contact the Moberlys at maureenmoberly@juno. corn or simply navigate to JustServe. org. The website has been created as a public service from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Cleone's Closet in Airway Heights is just through volunteers from JustServe org. one Contributed photo by Maureen Moberly of many organizations to benefit i, FROM STAFF AND NEWS SOURCES Zimmerman American Ninja Warrior video online It's official - Medi- cal Lake School District teacher Sandy Zimmer- man has posted her audi- tion video for competing in the popular TV show "American Ninja War- rior" online, and needs people to view it and like it to help her chances of making an appearance. Zimmerman, who teaches at Michael Ander- son Elementary School on Fairchild Air Force Base, filmed her video at Pacific Judo Academy in Spokane. She also filled out a 20-page question- naire and is looking at participating in a regional qualifying competition in order to be one of 100 participants selected for the show. Zimmerman's video can be viewed at www., click the link at the end of this" news brief, or on Facebook at the Cheney 'Free Press page, www. Free-Press. "The more views and likes the better my chanc- es," Zimmerman said in an email. Cwik newest Cheney firefighter Eastern Washington University graduate and former football player Chris Cwik was sworn in as Cheney's newest fire- fighter during the Oct. 13 City Council meeting. Originally from Spo- kane and a Mead High School graduate, Cwik was a tight end for the Eagles from 2001 to 2004, earning All-Big Sky hon- orable mention award his senior year. After earning a bachelor's de- gree in communications and a minor in business, he worked in sales in Seattle, but decided to change careers and en- rolled in the emergency medical technician pro- gram at North Seattle Community College. Cwik moved back to Spokane and attended District 9 Regional Fire Academy, later enrolling in paramedic school. He served nine months as a resident firefighter, and worked for five years for American Medical Response as an EMT and as a paramedic. The Cheney Fire De- partment hired Cwik this past summer. He and his wife Candace live just outside Cheney. Cheney Fire Chief Mike Winters said Cwik's hiring returns the depart- ment to its full comple- ment of nine full-time firefighters. Sheriff's Office holding crime prevention conference The Spokane Coun- ty Sheriff's Office and Spokane Valley Police Department, in collabo- ration with S.C.O.P.E. (Sheriff Community Oriented Policing Ef- fort), will be holding a Citizen's Crime Preven- tion Conference Tues- day, Oct. 27. The con- ference will take place at the Sheriff's Training Center at 6011 N. Chase Road in Newman Lake from 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. The conference is open to all citizens including businesses, non-profits, students and watch groups -any- one who would like to learn more about crime prevention. This year's conference will focus on safety surrounding the use of firearms as well as other issues regarding their presence in commu- nities, and what it means to be an officer today. The morning sessions will feature personal safe- ty, active shooter surviv- al, legal use of force and citizen's responsibility when carrying firearms. The afternoon sessions will focus on Sheriff's Office equipment, what is used and why they have it, along with.first- hand officer accounts of incident and arrest responses. General attendance costs $10 and includes a continental breakfast and lunch. Students and S.C.O.P.E. or C.O.P.S. volunteers pay $5. Flyers and registration forms are available by calling Simone Ramel-McKay at (509) 477-3055. Cheney's Kelsey Cook performs at the Bing Cheney High School and Washington State University graduate Kelsey Cook is bringing her stand-up comedy talent back to Spokane this weekend for a Fri- day night show at the Bing. Cook now resides in Los Angeles where she is pursuing her career in comedy full-time. She is currently tour- ing around the country with comedy superstar Jim Norton, with recent shows in New York City, Houston, Dallas and Los Angeles. For this Friday's show, Cook will be the feature artist for head- liner Adam Ray. A na- tive of Lake Forest Park, Wash., Ray has extensive credits in television and film industries in addi- tion to his comedy work. His latest big screen roles have been in the Melissa McCarthy films, "The Heat" and "Spy." Saturdays: Oct. 17, 24 & 31 10arn -6pro (til 4pro on 31st) Noon - 4prn FREE Face Painting, Bouncy House & Petting Zoo Monday- Fr day: Oct. 19-23, 26--30 n :~m Dr. David Turner, DMD Modern Most dental dentistry insurances with oldaccepted fashioned including Tricare care ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS Airway Heights Family Dentistry 9173 W. 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