July 25, 2014
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23403 E Mission Ave Ste 102
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Liberty Lake, WA 99019
Phone: 509-242-7752
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Profiles: Marksons to lead parade as grand marshals

Community comes together for fourth annual Relay
Cancer-fighting event sets fundraising goal of $30,000

Obituaries
Keva A. Monson; Robert Martin Wills

History: LL Park hosts party like no other
Annual picnics drew thousands for play, prizes and pleasure

On the July Library page: Checking out
Two familiar faces depart from library

In the July Wave: Seize the summer
The Wave is a special section just for kids, geared toward children in kindergarten through fifth grade

In the July Fountain: Friendship, travels form bond for golfers
The Fountain is a special section about and for Liberty Lake seniors

The view from the other side of the yard sale
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6/26/2014 1:51:30 PM

Funds solicited for LL fireworks
The community-funded fireworks show launches around 10 p.m. July 4 from a floating dock on the lake and can be seen from Pavillion Park. Contributions to the Liberty Lake Fireworks fund can be mailed to P.O. Box 430, Liberty Lake, WA 99019.

Goats are back in town
Goats returned to Liberty Lake mid-June for the seasonal weed patrol. As of press time, a pen was set up at Rocky Hill but they may be moved to other locations such as the arboretum and Pavillion Park. 

City parks and open space superintendent Jennifer Camp said they will have a smaller herd this year but they are already drawing attention from local kids. 

"The goals are currently doing what they do best at Rocky Hill Park," Camp said via email. "They will be moving throughout the city parks keeping the weeds down naturally." 

To keep tabs on the goats' location, check out www.facebook.com/libertylakewa.

Exchange families needed
The local coordinator of a Japanese exchange program is looking for families in the Liberty Lake and Otis Orchards area to host 15- to16-year old students from July 22 to Aug. 11. There is also a need for families to house adults accompanying the youth during the three-week time period. 

To learn more, contact Kim Trent at 263-9486 or pheggs@hotmail.com.  

LLCD photo contest under way
The Liberty Lake Community Directory is looking for photos that convey what makes Liberty Lake a unique place to live for its fifth annual photo contest.

Whether it's a breathtaking outdoor scene or a beautiful shot of residents gathering at a local event, shutterbugs are asked to submit images capturing the essence of the community. The winner's photo will be highlighted on the cover, and other selected images will be featured in the 2015 Liberty Lake Community Directory.

Amateur or professional photographers age 16 or older are eligible to enter by the Sept. 12 deadline. Prizes will be awarded to the top three winners. For rules and details, click here

Residential info sought for annual directory
The Liberty Lake Community Directory is currently soliciting residential information to be included in the 2015 book. Listings typically include last and first name, address and residential phone number.

Residents who are new to the area or who have recently changed their address or phone number are encouraged to email the correct information to directory@libertylakesplash.com to guarantee inclusion in the annual publication which will be mailed to homes in December. Those who have submitted information for past directories are encouraged to confirm their information for the 2015 directory. 

The Directory purchases listings from local phone providers, but residents have the option of requesting their information not be included by emailing directory@libertylakesplash.com by Sept. 15.  

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