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Second Harvest plans unveiling of plans for new building



Second Harvest will unveil the newly-acquired, and soon to be renovated, Wolff Family Child Hunger Solution Center at a ground breaking next month. The former Stoneway Electric Supply Building, adjacent to 2nd Harvest's distribution center at 402 N Perry Street will be at the center of their Feeding Kids First initiative. It will enable Second Harvest to do more to fill the nutritional gaps for food insecure children.

Get more information on 2nd Harvest at 2-harvest.org


Clinkerdagger celebrates 45 years!



Possibly Spokane's most popular restaurant, Clinkerdagger celebrates 45 years in the Flour Mill July 1 - 21 with special prices reflecting their 1974 opening date.

  • July 1-7: local bottle of wine for $19.74
  • July 8-14: 8 oz Prime Rib entree $19.74
  • July 15-21: Roasted Garlic Prawns entree $19.74
Make a reservation and celebrate at clinkerdagger.com or call 509-328-5956


More good news for West Plains development.



According to the Journal of Business, Spokane -based Selkirk Pharma, an injectable drug manufacturing and packaging company, is planning to build a new 30 million dollar manufacturing facility on over 6 acres of land at 9110 West Granite in the Pacific Northwest Technology Park. Selkirk Pharma intends to begin filling client orders by the fourth quarter of 2020 in the new 63,000 square foot building.


New cycling gym opens on North Monroe



Spin City, a new cycling gym has opened with 20 bikes at 1215 North Monroe in the former Don Juan's Tailoring location. The gym offers 24, 45-minute classes a week in a dark atmosphere with lights and music. It's like working out in a rock concert.

Get more information on facebook at Spin City Spokane


Crave! announces this year's chefs



Crave! is a celebration of Spokane and the region's best chefs over 3 days, July 11-14, at Center Place Regional Event Center in Spokane Valley with four ticketed events. With over 40 chefs, here's just a "taste" of some of the chefs they will have preparing amazing dishes for you:

Thursday- Seafood Night: Marvel in the tastes with dishes prepared by Patrick Fechser of Hay J's Bistro, Joe Morris of Luna, Stefan Reynolds of Craft & Gather and the Mt Spokane HS Pro Start Team that went to Nationals with advisor Aaron Fish of Adam Hegsted's Eat Good Group. .

Friday- Fire & Smoke: You'll enjoy everything from the grill, smoker or straight off the fire with dishes from Tony Brown at Ruins, Tanya Broesder at Masselow's, Steven Walk from Coeur d'Alene Casino Resort and national favorites, Brian Duffy of Duffified Experiences, Matthias Merges from Chicago and Mark Singson from Fam Inc.

Saturday- World Foods: Come taste the world with dishes from James Beard Award Winner- Felipe Hernandez of Los Hernandez Tamales, Travis Dickinson of Cochinito Taqueria, Tu David Phu of ANAVDE and new to Crave! national chefs Brandon Rosen from San Francisco, Skylar Sinow & Victor He of Vancouver and Frank Mao of M8

Go to CraveNW.com for more featured chefs, more information and your tickets.


Jimmy B's Pizza Parlor opening soon



Jimmy B's Pizza Parlor, a locally owned restaurant, is planning an early July opening at 7115 N. Division. The menu consists of a variety of pizzas and salads as well as hot dogs and nachos. Jimmy B's will also offer beers on tap and a selection of bottled beer as well as soft drinks.

More information on facebook at Jimmy B's Pizza Parlor


The Spokane Indians 2019 Rim of Honor recipients



The Spokane Indians Baseball Team has announced that Andrew Vathis and Bill Buckner have been named the 2019 Rim of Honor recipients.

The team created the Rim of Honor in 2007 to honor both individuals and organizations that have positively contributed to the Indians and the city of Spokane both on and off the field. There are four permanent members of the Rim of Honor: Dwight Aden, Tommy Lasorda, Levi McCormack, and Maury Wills. In addition to the permanent members, two new members are added to the Rim of Honor annually.

Andrew Vathis, who tragically passed away last fall while walking home from work, was a dear friend to the Indians and to the entire Spokane community. He attended multiple Indians games each summer and was a longtime Special Olympian. He had an infectious smile that brought joy to everyone he encountered, especially while at Avista Stadium.

Bill Buckner, a veteran of 22 Major League seasons, spent part of two years playing for the Spokane Indians in 1969 and 1970. In 1970, Buckner hit .335 for the Pacific Coast League Championship team that is widely regarded as one of the greatest Minor League Baseball teams of all time. His 2,715 Major League hits ranks second only to Carlos Beltran among former Spokane Indians who played in the big leagues. Bill had significant ties to the Pacific Northwest, playing for the Indians, serving two seasons as the Hitting Coach for the Boise Hawks, and spending years in Boise after his retirement from baseball.

The Business Thought of the Week

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