January 30, 2015
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23403 E Mission Ave Ste 102
PO Box 363
Liberty Lake, WA 99019
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Community Briefs and Calendar of Events
1/28/2015 1:40:24 PM

Jeff and Kathryn Munro have attended the Father Daughter Dance organized by the Liberty Lake Kiwanis Club since it was founded. The 10th anniversary event is March 7, and Kathryn is now a senior in high school.

Profiles: Dad, daughter make it 10 for 10 attending dance
1/28/2015 1:34:26 PM

The striped roller shades on the right side of the F.O. Berg summer home on Lilac Lane, circa 1920, were most likely from the families’ business, F. O. Berg Tent and Awning Co.

History: Beachside lots attracted buyers to lake
1/28/2015 1:27:52 PM
Wicomico Beach established in early 1900s

The Liberty Lake Municipal Library is planning an initiative to get library cards in the hands of every local first grade student.

On the February Library page: First cards for first graders; Book Review
1/28/2015 1:27:11 PM

Kids tour many outdoor museum displays during the warmer months, including this interactive display where people can operate pitcher pumps. “Kids can pump water and learn what it was like before indoor plumbing,” said Jayne Singleton, director of the Spokane Valley Heritage Museum.

In the February Wave: You had to do what?!?
1/28/2015 1:26:27 PM
The Wave is a special section just for kids, geared toward children in kindergarten through fifth grade

Alene Gibbons recently published her first book, “Experiment in Terror,” which is a suspense novel with a bit of romance. She said writing a novel has been her lifelong dream.

In the February Fountain: New author: ‘Never give up’ on your goals
1/28/2015 1:22:51 PM
The Fountain is a special section about and for Liberty Lake seniors

1/28/2015 1:16:06 PM
Esther M. Lancaster, Robert Sullivan

Education Brief
1/28/2015 1:06:05 PM

The Legend Tree, which overlooks the Liberty Lake community from atop Legacy Ridge, has held a prominent place on the local skyline for decades. The tree can be spotted in several photos taken in the early 1900s.

Cover Story: Heritage Hall of Fame
12/29/2014 2:57:14 PM
Liberty Lake landmarks celebrate area’s history, culture

Community Briefs and Calendar of Events
12/29/2014 2:56:58 PM

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