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2014-15 Resource Directory

2014-2015 Resource Directory


Directory Translations of Senior Services for
Arabic
Chin
Karen
Nepali
Russian

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Freda Gandy and Mayor Condon

MLK Center plans expansion

After years of dreaming about expanding facilities to serve more children and families, Martin Luther King Jr. Family Outreach Center and the City of Spokane have agreed that the city will sell the former firehouse the center has occupied for nearly 30 years to the center.

In a Dec. 8 press conference at the center, Mayor David Condon said the center is “a long-time partner in making Spokane safer and stronger,” because its staff and volunteers serve children and families to broaden their opportunities.

The center “provides the community with a significant benefit,” said the mayor, because its services provide “tools that serve families and children for a lifetime.” . . . . . More

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Dwayne Mack Dwayne Mack's book on Black Spokane tells story of civil rights in region from the 1950s to the 1980s.
Anastasia Wenlinder Gonzaga’s new Master of Arts in Theology and Leadership will use innovative online technologies to teach, engage and connect students.
Rabbi Tamar Malino

Rabbi has background in both Conservative and Reform Jewish traditions and offers insights on differences and similarities.

Tim Swartout Tim Swartout, Director, organizes a core team of volunteers to serve 4000 meals each month for Shalom Ministries at Central UMC.

Editorial

As new news keeps unfolding, what happened to the Ebola outbreak, the Occupy movement

Editorial

What do we do with knowing from the Senate report on US use of torture?
Freda Gandy and Mayor Condon

Martin Luther King Jr Family Outreach Center plans to build new building to double its space.

Terry McGonigal

Whitworth’s Office for Church Engagement will partner with churches and ministries to help them envision, plan and develop new ways of interacting with the culture

The Rev Mike Denton, PNCUCC

2015 Eastern Washington Legislative Conference will include leaders exploring the theme, “Raising Prophetic Voices: Faith Communities Advocate for Justice.”

Article

Whitworth announced that the Rev. Forrest Buckner will be the university’s next dean of spiritual life and campus pastor.

Sister Ann Brosserman

Holy Names Sister Anne Bosserman exemplifies how retired sisters continue their commitment to their ministries within their religious community and to the wider community.

Article

Providence sister reports on two weeks volunteering at center that receives refugees from Central America and Mexico.