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J CHENEY FREE PRESS Thursday, November 12, 2015 EDUCATION FROM STAFF AND NEWS REPORTS Cheney music students receive top honors Four Cheney High School music students re- that once led up to the building. Schweikhardt's project is the beginning of a plan to incorporate the statue into more of a park-like setting using pav- ers, plants and bark. Passersby can closely view the statue, read the engraving and appreciate the site with memories of the past. ceived top honors and were selected to perform in I C M S |l, visit one of the 2016 Washington Music Educators As- commun.y sociation (WMEA) all-state performing groups. The following students will join other outstanding high school student musicians in this prestigious event: Claire Arensmeyer, oboe, symphony orchestra; Tim Bennett, tuba, wind ensemble; Amparo Contreras, alto 2, symphonic choir and James Marshall, viola, chamber orchestra. WMEA All-State high school bands, orchestras and choirs will meet at the all-state music confer- ence in Yakima, Wash., Feb. 10-14, 2016. Over 2,500 students applied for this opportunity. From those taking part, 1,030 high school musicians will re- hearse and perform in concert under the direction of world-renowned conductors, These WMEA all- state musicians were selected through auditions to participate in this event. Schweikhardt completes beautification project Eagle Scout Michael Schweikhardt completed a beautification project at the former site of the Medi- cal Lake Elementary School. An anonymous donor placed a commemorative statue by the sidewalk Cheney Middle School, 740 Betz Road, invites the community to visit the building, Wednesday, Nov. 18, beginning at I p.m. People will get a chance to visit classrooms' and witness first hand the program- ming and learning that takes place there. For more information, contact Sharon Throop at (509) 559-4502 or by email atsthroop@cheneysd. org. Parent-teacher conferences Both Cheney and Medical Lake school districts are gearing up for parent-teacher conferences. Cheney will have conferences scheduled Nov. 19-20 and 23-24. On those days, students will be released at 11:30 a.m. There will be no late start on Friday, Nov. 20. Medical Lake will have conferences sched- uled Nov. 23-24. There will be no school on those days. Covington to receive posthumous degree Eastern Washington University and its board of trustees will posthumously award an honor- ary degree on Lucy Covington, a leader from the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation, during a ceremony at 2 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 24, at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture in Spokane. The board will confer the degree of Doctor of Humane Letters on Covington, who changed the course of American Indian history through her courageous leadership. Covington was in- strumental in reversing the U.S. government's effort to terminate its unique relationship with Indian tribes. With the award of this degree, Eastern is of- ficially announcing the establishment of the Lucy Covington Center at EWU. The center honors Covington's leadership and historical legacy by working to educate the next generation of Native American leaders. On Any Given Week only a certain number of people need your product or service. They come into the market as their needs arise. Make sure your offer is there when it's needed. Advertise weekly in the PRESS Call 235-6184 Dr. David Turner, DMD Modern Most dental dentistry insurances with oldaccepted fashioned including Tricare care ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS Airway Heights Family Dentistry 9173 W. Sunset Hwy. 509-456-4220 ii i ADVERTISE HERE CABLE/INTERNET DCIcable Davis Communications, Inc. 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