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2014-15 Resource Directory

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Joyce Miller

Cookbook’s co-editor serves community

 Joyce Miller has coordinated cookbook fundraisers for several groups where she has volunteered—including St. George’s School, Covenant United Methodist Church and the Priest Lake Fire Station.

Three years ago when the Whitworth Auxiliary began planning how to raise funds to mark their centennial, Joyce suggested making a cookbook.  She co-edited it with the auxiliary’s vice president Barbara Filo

The 272-page self-published cookbook will raise about $6,000.  Already 400 of the 550 “Tasty Treasures” cookbooks printed have been sold. 

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Opus Forum Opus Prize process at Gonzaga includes forum exploring how people helping people need to bridge cultures.
Jessan and Parkinson Coeur d'Alene church’s congregational development plan is already enhancing a family worship service, increasing participation and serving the community.
Janeen Leachman New Hope Resource Center’s resources for serving the poor assists people after windstorm.
Elise DeGooyer Faith Action Network’s new co-director brings years of faith-based commitment to social justice.
Climate March Activists, faith community, politicians joinmulti-generational march protesting climate change.
Joyce Miller

Whitworth Auxiliary's centennial cookbook co-editor works with several groups to serve the community

Archbishop Blase Cupich

Spokane’s Bishop Blase Cupich will continue commitment to immigration reform as Archbishop of Chicago.

Riverside mobile home park

Disaster response after North Spokane windstorm includes neighbors, congregations and community.


Catholic Charities Spokane is ready to respond to long-term, unmet, post-wildfire needs in Brewster, WA.


Beyond more ‘violence-justifies-violence’ action, treaty scrutinizes arms trade.


Negative attitudes toward labor, lax enforcement leave workers unprotected