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Wishing Star Foundation debuts new branding



Wishing Star Foundation, headquartered in Spokane, has just introduced new branding that better reflects the organization's mission. A new logo with multiple stars is symbolic of the multiple services Wishing Star Foundation offers to families of children with life-threatening illnesses and conditions.

Beyond granting wishes, Wishing Star Foundation provides on-going support for families who are going through difficult times with children who are ill. Wishing Star aims to make life easier for these people by increasing their quality of life. After the initial wish is granted Wishing Star continues to serve their families through a variety of gatherings, public events and on-going support activities. Wishing Star Foundation provides a community of care for their families, where many of the wish grantees support each other.

For more information about Wishing Star Foundation go to www.wishingstar.org.


Providence recognized for Advanced Cancer Care



Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center has earned three-year, national accreditation from The Commission on Cancer (CoC), a quality program of the American College of Surgeons. To earn voluntary CoC accreditation, a cancer program must meet 34 quality care standards, be evaluated every three years through a survey process and maintain levels of excellence in the delivery of comprehensive patient-centered care.

Providence patients have available a full spectrum of cancer care including prevention, early diagnosis, cancer staging, optimal treatment, rehabilitation, life-long follow-up for recurrent disease and end-of-life care. When patients receive care at a CoC facility, they also have access to information on clinical trials and new treatments, genetic counseling, and patient-centered services including psycho-social support, a patient navigation process, and a survivorship care plan that documents the care each patient receives and seeks to improve cancer survivors' quality of life.


Crave begins is this week



Crave! a food celebration you don't want to miss. This is Crave's third year of showcasing the region's best chefs over three days and four ticketed events, with plenty of great food and wines for you. It's begins this Thursday, July 11 through Saturday, July 13 at Spokane Valley's Centerplace Regional Event Center.

Visit CraveNW.com for a full list of events, participating chefs and for tickets. To received $5 off, use the code CLARK. C-L-A-R-K.


Casey Simmons joins Winston & Cashatt



Casey Riedner Simmons joined Winston & Cashatt in 2019. Her practice areas primarily focus on personal injury, criminal defense and civil litigation. Prior to joining the firm, Casey practiced as a deputy prosecuting attorney for Kootenai County, Idaho for six years, handling a variety of criminal matters, both misdemeanor and felony. She is an experienced trial attorney, having successfully litigated many jury trials during her tenure. Prior to the prosecutor's office, Casey clerked for the Honorable John T. Mitchell in Kootenai County where she worked on a number of legal issues, both civil and criminal.

She graduated summa cum laude from the University of Idaho with a B.A. in Accounting in 2009 and cum laude from the University of Idaho School of Law in 2012. She was admitted to practice in Idaho that same year.


Stella's Cafe re-opening next month

A little more than 2 years ago Stella's Cafe closed and merged with Ruins at 825 North Monroe. Next month Stella's is coming back, opening in the Saranac commons building at 19 W. Main. Their former popular sandwich menu will return complete with several vegan and vegetarian options, more salads, pastas and entrees. Keep track of Stella's on Facebook.

Spokane Eye Clinic opens northside location



Spokane Eye Clinic has officially opened their new Nevada/Northpointe clinic located at 9651 N Nevada, behind Northpointe shopping center. This is their fourth clinic location in Spokane and Spokane Valley. The focus of the new clinic is on routine eye services, pediatric ophthalmology, contact lens fittings and the treatment of many eye conditions and diseases. In addition to exam space, the new clinic will feature an optical shop carrying many nationally recognized eyeglass frames. It will also provide contact lenses, supplies, and high-quality products to treat dry eyes.

In 1955, Spokane Eye Clinic opened one location with two doctors to serve the community as Spokane's first eye clinic. Now the independent, physician-owned organization has four locations and 29 doctors to help serve the communities' eyecare needs.

For more info on Spokane Eye Clinic, visit spokaneeye.com.


Drink D.Lish's lemonade and help Operation Spokane Heroes

Throughout July, D.Lish's Hamburgers at 1625 North Division, will donate a portion of their proceeds of every lemonade sale to Operation Spokane Heroes. OSH provides support to the families of our local military personnel as they are serving overseas. D.Lish's is proud to partner with their customers and OSH to say 'thank you' to the men and women of our military.

For more information on Operation Spokane Heroes, visit www.operationspokaneheroes.org.

Free Workout Series returns to Downtown



Now in its fourth year, the Numerica's Summer Workout Series returns to the Tribal Gathering Place (TGP) in downtown Spokane today, Monday July 8. You can make your way downtown to get fit for free, four nights a week with instruction from local studios. All activities kick-off at 7:15pm on the TGP, located next to City Hall at 315 N Post, and last between 45 and 60 minutes.

- Mondays: Barre with Pure Barre Spokane
- Tuesdays: Zumba and Cardio with Ragamuffin Fitness
- Wednesdays: Yoga with The Union
- Thursdays: Yoga with Abide Yoga

The Summer Series is a program of the Downtown Spokane Business Improvement District with support from the City of Spokane and Spokane Riverfront Park, presented free of charge courtesy of Numerica Credit Union.

For more information, visit www.downtownspokane.org.

Nostalgia Magazine is shifting production by one month



Since 2009, Nostalgia has been published every January, March, May, July, September, and October. However, this always means they're in production right at Christmas. This year, they're making the change. Nostalgia is shifting production by one month. Going forward, Nostalgia will be mailed out in February, April, June, August, October, and December. So the next issue will arrive around August 1, 2019.

Get more information at nostalgiamagazine.net.

Nominations for the Spokane Philanthropy Awards are open through July 26



Acts of compassion and philanthropy occur in our community every day. The Spokane Philanthropy Awards are an opportunity to recognize and celebrate the individuals and organizations that are doing good for others. If you know individual or company that demonstrates outstanding community commitment, nominations are open now through July 26. Finalists and winners will be recognized at the 2019 Spokane Philanthropy Awards on October 22, hosted by the Spokane County United Way Emerging Leaders Society.

Award categories include:
- Philanthropic Corporation of the Year
- Philanthropic Small Business of the Year
- Outstanding Philanthropist(s)
- Emerging Philanthropist(s)
- Outstanding Young Philanthropist(s)

Go to unitedwayspokane.org for more information.

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