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I just learned about a charitable organization that could use some of your sweetest stitchery. I hope you have your needles thready. (Wink, wink, do I have you in stitches yet?)
Come one and all to a sing-a-long with the Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute (the organization I founded 25 years ago) at the Kenworthy Theater! Come early for delicious homemade soup, bread, and dessert. Beverages will be for sale, provided by One World Cafe, which undoubtedly will be useful for those of you who need a little liquid courage for public singing. The Moscow High School Glee Club will perform to help get you in the mood, a documentary will be shown on John Denver, and then the floor will be opened up for anyone and everyone who loves to sing a good John Denver song! Dan Maher of Northwest Public Radio will be leadin’ the singin’. This is an event for all ages and sure to bring a smile to your face!
Click here for the Facebook event invitation.
By the time she reached her 9th birthday, Rachel Beckwith had already taken steps to change the world. This young lady was, by all appearances, a regular kid living in Issaquah, Washington. But behind her sweet smile, Rachel was determined. Brimming with generosity, she wanted more than anything to help improve other people’s lives, and she was using all of her girl gumption to get it done.