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BUSINESS Thursday, November 12, 2015 uslness FROM STAFF AND NEWS REPORTS Anderson named to management post Davenport Hotels in downtown Spokane recently an- nounced the promotion of Cheney High School alumna Bri- ana Anderson to the position of national sales manager. Anderson will be handling all groups of 25 rooms and peak or higher times in the association, sporting events and corporate group markets that are based in the West, Midwest and Northeast region of the U.S. Briana Anderson "Briana (Anderson) br.ings a highly professional and com- fortable persona to our Davenport team," Barbara Seiler, area director of sales and catering said in a news release. "Her boundless enthusiasm and commit- ment to her customers, are key to future successes for our meeting planners, as they book larger and more complex programs in our recently expanded collection of luxury hotels." Prior to this, Anderson was a sales manager and wedding services man- ager for the chain that includes four local properties aligned with Marriott's Autograph Collection, a portfolio of world-class, independent boutique and luxury hotels. Friends for Children seeks volunteers Friends for Children, a non-profit, charitable organization founded by members of the Medical Lake community is looking for volunteers. The organization is dedicated to providing needy children with the opportunity to participate in community activities, sports, educational experiences (including college/technical school scholarships) and other recreational programs. It also provides support to families in case of a disaster or in need of help during the holidays. For more information, contact (509)299-7494. Do you have business news to share ? Contact Paul Delaney at pdelaney@cheneyfreepress. corn or call (509) 235-6184. continued from page 3 the "Everything Cheney" art show is the first time her work has been fea- tured in a gallery. "It's nice to see my work hanging on these walls," Wilbanks said. Several residents attended the recep- tion, including EWU President Dr. Mary Cullinan, who has been to every show the gallery has had since it opened in April. "It's wonderful that the gallery is high- lighting artists from Cheney," Cullinan said. "I don't know if there is a place that currently does that for local artists." "Everything Cheney" runs until Nov. 20. Elizabeth Bak- er, who works in the EWU Student Affairs Photo by AI Stover Eastern Washington University alumna Nichole Nevenhoven's "Nuts" was created using a paper bag, charcoal paints and nuts. Office, said the gallery is so welcoming to is undergoing a second the art community," phase of construction in Baker said. Our only December. She hopes the plan is to see the sup- gallery will re-open in port go further." January, A 1 S t o v e r "It's exciting and ex- can be reached, at traordinary that Cheney al@cheneyfreepress.com. [] LAWN & TREE CARE INVESTMENTS ADVERTISE 1ERE Financial Solutions with a Smile and a Handshake! Chris Grover, AAMSe Financial Advisor 1035 First Street' Cheney, WA 99004 509235-4920 www.edwardJones.com FAwardJoneg West Plains Karate www w,e s rplah'~sl