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Page 6 Free Press Thursday, November 22, 2012 OF CABBAGES AND KINGS Contributed photo The staff of the Mason Jar left to right are Derek LaBor, Kevin Robinson, Douglas LaBor, Lucas Williams, Akilah Powell, Danielle LaBor, Michael Robinson, Mary Robinson, Stephen Hathaway and Megan Clark. Not pictured is Carl Robinson. Mason Jar brings energy to Cheney dining scene By LUELLA Dew We're passionate about helping this Contributor town improve and progress. We want What do you do with a family full to promote a healthy way of living, to of energy, inspiration and imagination? get to know the farmers we buy our You start a bistro. In Cheney? Yes. food from, to bring us all together~ We But first, Carl Robinson, the dad make all our sandwiches. Our food is as with the ability to renovate a building wholesome and natural as possible." from scratch, begins the construction. Michael Robinson is known as the His wife, Mary Robinson said, "Carl skilled coffeemaker. Folks say it's the works behind the scenes and offers con- best coffee they've tasted. There's hot tinuing support. Without his efforts we chocolate as well, espresso and hot couldn't have started The Mason Jar." cider, beer, wine and desserts. Other members of the family areThe Mason Jar sets the theme of a Kevin Robinson, Michael Robinson, cozy small town gathering place. Did Danielle LaBar and Douglas Labar, youknowthebuildingislOOyearsold? who could talk a person into anything. When you walk in the door look up We may see this fellow in the future at the ceiling. You see a golden, ham- giving important speeches among the mered design that looks as if it will be gentry, there another 100 years. Michael Robinson said, "The menu Mary Robinson and Douglas LaBar changes every week. People come in do all the cooking and baking. There and ask for the are plans afoot same thing they "We want to promote a for children's had last week be- cookie decorat- cause they liked healthy way of living, to get ing near Christ- it so much. Then to know the farmers we buy mas. Need I say, they taste what's on the menu for our food from, to bring us all cookies? with homemade You this week and together." may bring your like it too." Douglas LaBor, The Mason Jar laptop andwork One of their at almost every specialties is an table. Friday upscaled grilled cheese sandwich with nights student instrumentalists from three kinds of cheese, an uncooked Eastern Washington University get the sauce of basil, garlic and roasted bell floorboards humming with jazz. peppers. Say the word "pesto." There, The Mason Jar family said, "We you're catching on. The Mason Jar also promote values rather than money. specializes in pumpkin roulade, which We support fund raising for local is like a pumpkin sponge cake. You charities." roll it around in cream cheese with a In case you're wondering, the an- candy-ginger frosting. Customers say, swer is "Yes," The Mason Jar will take "We love that." You'll find muffins, orders for pumpkin, apple, pecan and pound cakes and other delicacies ready pumpkin roulade pies for Thanksgiv- to eat as well. ing dinner. Nov. 19 was the deadline, The Mason Jar family members however. are not strangers to Cheney. Doug- We could say, "Welcome to Cheney," las LaBar said, "I got my first pair of but they're already here, the coffee's glasses from Dr. Miller when I was hot, the sandwiches are ready, the in the fourth grade. I graduated from cake is baking. Here comes a hungry Cheney High School in 2005. I've often customer. wondered, 'Why doesn't Cheney have Luella Dow is a Cheney-area author a business like this?' We want to bring who can be reached at lotsaplotsl@aol. the university and the town together, corn. Ingredients for life. Fish or Selected varieties. 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All applic=hk tam faust b~ paid by the p=~hscr, V/~ reser~ the fight to correctlll ~riatcd cnors. ~ 2012 s=fm~' h. ALL LIMITS AlE PER HOUSEHOLD, PER D^Y. SELECTION V~I~ BY STORE. ONLINE AND IN-STORE PP, ICES, DISCOUNTS AND OFFEKq MAY DIFFEK SE of the Nazarene c.~*r~,i" 338 Betz Road 235-6261 Cheney .... Community Church A Foursquare Church SUNDAY 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. Services ~:"~ ,,ii~,-=g~ Worship Service...,0:00 a.m. Children's Ministries WEDNESDAY Nursery - 5th Grade Spiritual Growth Classes 9:15 AWANA Club...6:30 p.m. for all ages Including Teens Youth Group Worship 10:30 a.m. 509-235-4841 Thursday Night 7 p.m. Midweek activities 1307 3rd Street 300 N. 2nd, Cheney, WA (Wednesday) www.cheneycc.org 235-4282 for children, teens and adults office@cheneycc.org www.cheneyfaithcenter.org En-unanuel Growing Great Through Serving FELLOWSHIP our Lakes Community Church Lutheran BAPTIST 8: Spokane Street Church 'CHURCH o^ Bible teaching, Christ-centered church for your whole family" 639 Elm Street Meeting at 2206 First St. SUNDAY Worship Service Sunday Worship (across the street from N-Mart) 10:45 a.m. 10:30 a;rn. Sunday School 10:00 am Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Sunday School Worship Service, Sunday 11:00 am Additional Bible 9:00 a.m. Wednesday Mid-week Service 7:00 pm Studies meet throughout the week 235-6300 For More Information wwveemmanueicheney.org Call 235-3787 Pastor Steve Powers Rick Huguenin. Pastor 455-9969 Heritage -,, ...................... Baptist Church =---iSt" Paul's Church "Wc Ch~ .... to Care" Worship Services start JuFrSCOyath Sunday Morning at the times below: 625 "C" Street * 235-6150 Worship Service 10:30 a.m. Cheney.2536N.6t~SL.50~2395123.9a.m.&1p.m. Small Group StudiesMolvilie Chapel.iN05 W. Melvdle Road.509455-8578 SERVICE during the week (Au0ssf n' e Fan aysGdlCoale),u,,,,,,,,,.,. Sunday Spokane. 73~ ~ Indiana. 509-m-~ 70 Holy Communion Call 235-2810 ....................................... .... ,0 .... 11:00 a.m. for more information or e-mail heritagebaptist@usa.Com Meeting at 615 4th, Cheney Richard Green, Pastor All Welcome SAINT ROSE CHURCH North Sixth and Annie Place WEEKEND CELEBRATIONS OF THE EUCHARIST ... Saturday 4:00-4:30 Mass .................. 5:00 p,m. Mass ,... i0:00 a.m. Newman Center 7:00 p.m. CNC Office 509-235-8402 www.r.c,net/spokane/newman Rev. Miguel A. Mejla, Pastor Cell: 509-531-5858 mmejia@dioceseofspokane,org Office Hours Mon.-Thurs. 9:30-Noon Payist} Phone: 509-23,5-E~29, y.c.nelYspo- HiK,~IIe.REW~rAv~Iu~.50~O-I~32......A0 u.m. Rev. Christine Soule C01~e Slud~ Ser~ces .719 7th Street, Cheoey, WA... 11 a.m. Community Priest Genealogical History Center 10405 W. MelvilLe Rd., 509-455-9735 Child Care Available OPEN Tues. Wed., Thurs. UNITED UNITED C H U RC H METHODIST OF CHRIST CHURCH Gad is s#l/ q eaking OF CHENEY 4th and "G" Streets Sunday Worship 10:00 a.m. 235-4600 Sunday School, Nursery Interim Pastor SERVICE 423 N. 6th 10:00 a.m. 235-4193 Rev. Terry B. Hall MEDICALCommunity LAKE Church HAYFORD MUNITY (]lURCH of God Traditioaai Worship Service 400 East Grace 8:30-9:30 a.m. 5306 S. Hayford Rd. Medical Lake, WA 99022 Sunday School Sunday 299-3139 9:45-10:45 a.m. 9:.]0 a.m. Sunday ~heol " I kO0 u.m. J~orhi~ Je~ke 6:00 p.m. Evening Prayer Hooting Sunday Services & Discipleship Contemporary Service 7:OO p.m. Evening Bible Study Classes for All Ages 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Midweek activities 9:00 & 10:30 a.m. AWANA Wednesday Bible A~enture Club (g-sth) Evening Sewlce 6:00 p.m. 6:00~7:35 p.m, Youth Outreach (6th-12th)Sundey Kid's Church 10:30 a.m. 203 N. Washington Various Bible Studies Wednesday Family Night 6:45 p.m. For more information please call Lead Pastor - Dennis Noble 299-3286 Pastor Rick Hoard at 50%244-9229 Children/Family Pastor - Nick Hawkins Pastor or visit our website !Mark Hudson ww~.ba~rdcommunitychurch.org Youth Pastor - Alex Hail SAINT ANNE CATHOLIC CHURCH 708 E. Lake St. P.O. Box 125 Office 509-723-1459 Rectory 263-5434 Weekend Masses Sunday Vigil (Saturday) 5:00 p.m. Sundayl 0:30 a.m. Dec., Jan., Feb. Pastor, Father Jack Krier Also Pastor at Mary Queen of Heaven in Sprague, WA 8:30 a.m. Mar. - Nov. St. John's Lutheran Church Medical Lake 223 S. Hallet, 299-4114 WORSHIP SCHEDULE Winter Worship 11 a.m. Sunday School & Adult Ed 9:30am Summer Worship 10:00am; no SS Men's Bible Study Mondays 8:30am Everyone is Welcome Rev. Steve Gutzman To Advertise in this Space Call 509-235.6184 in , I I III