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Spread the Health
Just Josh - 7/8/2015 6:18:31 AM
Spread the Health!
Do you have a story to tell about your health or know someone who does? The Splash and The Current are planning a special “health and wellness” theme for our September issues, and we would like to share as many of these stories as possible.
These testimonials can cover the gamut, from specific workouts to food gameplans or life decisions that led to a person being able to make a significant contribution to his or her overall health and wellness. Below is a questionnaire to fill out to participate.
But first, here are the basic rules:
• The person must answer each of the questions using no more than 300 combined words.
• The person must submit a minimum of one photo of him or herself to run with the testimonial. We prefer a photo of the person "in action" representing their testimonial in some way, but standard head shots (or both, to give us options) are A-OK.
• The person must live in the greater Spokane Valley area (Liberty Lake, Spokane Valley, Millwood, Rockford and various unincorporated areas nearby)
• The testimonial cannot be received from an owner or employee of any business program or product the testimonial espouses.
• To enable as much variety as possible, no more than one testimonial per business/health program will be published.
• We will make an attempt to print as many submitted items as possible, but there is no guarantee it will be used.
• In order to be considered, all testimonials and photos must be received by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by the end of the day Wednesday, July 22.
Ready to “Spread the Health”? Use no more than 300 total combined words to answer the following questions.
3. City of residence
4. My story (using the first person, feel free to share anything from what triggered your desire to get healthy, to the components of the program/diet/life decisions/etc. that caused you to get healthy, to the people or accountability measures that you relied on, etc.)
5. My results (what is different about you now than before the decisions you described above)
6. My encouragement (what would you tell someone else to motivate them to make similar gains to greater health and wellness. this could be any form of inspiration, be it an anecdote or a quote or just heartfelt encouragement)
Questions? Email email@example.com, and thank you in advance for helping us “spread the health.”
Just Josh - 11/10/2010 7:35:38 AM
Incumbent Skip Chilberg has conceded his tight race with 21-year Liberty Lake resident Rob Chase for Spokane County Treasurer. Chase, a Tea Party Republican, entered the race as a last-minute write-in candidate before the August primary.
LL company featured on KXLY
Just Josh - 4/9/2010 11:42:40 AM
In case you missed it, KXLY featured Liberty Lake's Venture Design Services on the news last night with an interesting story on how the company's technology could help mining rescue efforts.
Get readers laughing
For our April 1 issue, The Splash is soliciting (clean) jokes from our readers to share with our readers, as well as stories about your best April Fool's prank. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with your best knee-slappers and prank stories by March 26.
Reporter's Notebook - 3/9/2010 4:04:47 PM
Reporter's Notebook - 3/4/2010 12:38:56 PM
The Splash is hosting a Peeps contest this Easter, and you're invited to enter your marshmallow creations. Using the Peeps candies, create scenes, snap a photo and send them to email@example.com by March 25. Scenes can be as varied as "Little Bo Peep and her Peeps" to "Peeps on the moon." Have fun!
Pictured is a sample creation by the children of Splash staff, entitled "Skate Peeps."
LL Wine Cellars reviewed online
Reporter's Notebook - 2/4/2010 9:51:26 AM
Liberty Lake Wine Cellars, run by Doug and Shelly Smith, recently got a taste test from a local blogger, at DrinkNectar.com, who reviews wines and coffees in the Spokane area.
To read the review and see a video, visit here.
Reporter's Notebook - 2/2/2010 4:56:13 PM
The Liberty Lake Splash recently created a Facebook page to connect with readers, give updates and provide another opportunity to interact with the news of the community.
Become a fan!
Bike to Work Week 2010
Reporter's Notebook - 1/12/2010 4:22:32 PM
Building on the success of last year’s Bike to Work Week that drew 1,472 registered participants, organizers announced recently that Bike to Work Week 2010 is set for May 16-22.
“This event just keeps getting bigger and better each year,” said volunteer committee chair Barb Chamberlain in a news release. “Our goal for 2010 is to register 1,700 participants and sign up at least 80 teams for the Commute Challenge.”
Bike to Work Week 2009 featured well-attended events such as the kick-off breakfast, a Bicycle Education Fair, Walk & Roll to School Day at Spokane Public Schools with over 2,200 students participating, the Group Health Commute Challenge featuring 62 teams, and the popular wrap-up party. In total, during Bike to Work Week participants avoided more than 64,000 miles of vehicle transportation by riding their bikes
In 2010 the Commute Challenge will be extended to a month, with Bike to Work Week as the kickoff, according to the news release.
Registration for the 2010 edition of Bike to Work Week will open in March. For more information, visit www.biketoworkspokane.org.
Attending the Winter Olympics?
Reporter's Notebook - 1/7/2010 3:55:36 PM
The Liberty Lake Splash is interested in hearing from readers planning to attend the Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver.
If you're attending and are interested in talking about your experience, contact Hope Brumbach at 242-7752 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Love stories wanted
Reporter's Notebook - 1/7/2010 3:54:18 PM
The Liberty Lake Splash is looking for Liberty Lake love stories.
For our Valentine's Day issue, we're planning to feature Liberty Lake couples' stories about how they fell in love. To nominate a couple (including yourself), contact Tammy Kimberley at 242-7752 or email@example.com.