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BUSINESS CHENEY FREE PRESS Thursday, October22,201511 e uslness FROM STAFF AND NEWS REPORTS Attend the Free Press open house Just like every other product that is produced there is much that goes on behind the scenes that one never knows about. The same of course is true for your community newspaper, The Cheney Free Press, and on Saturday, Oct. 24 from 1-4 p.m. we will throw open the doors to let the residents of the West Plains learn all about what we do to bring the news to you each week. Please join us for hot dogs, pop, chips and a chance to win some nice prizes, too at 1616 W. First St. in Cheney (we're next to All-Pak container) on State Route 904. Speech pathology business opens Cheney is home to a new speech pathology business as Inland Com- munication and Rehab Associates opened in the ColdweU Banker Tomlin- son West Plains Building, 2640 First St., Suite A in Cheney. "I call it ICRA for short," owner Monica Manza said. Traditionally, speech pathologists help adult patients with stroke and cardiac rehabilita- tion and children with speech impediments. Manza, a Medical Lake resident, is a Washington State Licensed and American Speech Hearing Association (ASHA) certified speech language pathologist according to her website. Prior to opening her private practice, Manza worked in nursing facilities and schools, among other areas. Manza, who has a masters of science from Eastern Washington Uni- versity, said to her knowledge she was the only private practice speech pathologist on the West Plains. Manza also provides house calls. Visit for further information on ICRA. Send your West Plains business news to or call Paul Delaney at (509) 235-6184. continued from page 3 numbers on the back, just was less pressure to per- like other youth sports, form." vance. They had a good At the conclusion of The other positive was purse for the professionals the season the league se- ittookjustoveranhourto and attracted a good field, lected an All-Star team play nine holes. They wanted to make that played against other "It was affordably a nice donation to the regional teams and they priced, it overcame the Shriners Hospital and to made it to the national degree of difficultyhurdle throw a heck of a party, semifinals. "Every team, and it overcame the time KaUem said. every course had one hurdle, so we're excited There were two oth- player, ours was Nateabout that," KaUem said. er notable wins for the Koohns, a Cheney-areaThe foot golf program, course, resident who got to play which just completed year "The PGA of Americaa variety of courses across two, grew and Kallem said developed this junior golf the region, there was potential for that program nationwide," The course will likely as the course looks for new KaUemsaid."It'sdesigned have two teams in 2016, ways to attract customers. for kids who are beginning KaUem said. With a strong E1 Nino to novice golfers." The Another popularactiv- predicted for this winter goal was to make the game ity was a women's par-3 -- which will likely de- attractive to young players league that began in Au- liver a warmer, but wet- who have not played, gust. Each Tuesday, crews ter season - Kallem said Nine area courses would set up a different the course will remain fielded teams and each course within the course open as long as weather played six matches, home with alternative tees and permits. and away. holes ranging from 40 to "We've had golfers "Our kids got to expe- 140 yards, on the course four out of rience other courses like Then ice thing, Kallem the last five Januarys," Spokane Country Club, said, was it was a scram- he said. Indian Canyon and play ble format that catered to P a u l D e l a n e y away from their home beginning golfers. "They can be reached at course/' KaUem said. Team had a partner that would pdelaney@cheneyfreepress. membersworejerseyswith go with them and there com. 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