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SAVE THE DATE: CHARITABLE EVENTS REGISTRY


Saturday, April 21, 2012 2nd Annual Walk/3K Run for Autism Awareness A benefit for Panhandle Autism Society


The 2nd Annual Walk/3k Run for Autism Aware- ness includes a “Family Stroll” at 10:00AM around Riverstone Park and/or a 3k run along the Centennial Trail! Grab your family, friends, co-workers and join us for a fun event. Guests will enjoy vendor displays, bounce houses, and music. Raffle tickets are $1 per ticket or 6 for $5. There is also a raffle to win an iPad2 (1 in 1000 chance of winning). Raffle tickets for the iPad are $5 each and can be pur- chased by emailing pas.idaho@yahoo.com.


Riverstone Park, Coeur d’ Alene. Registration fee is $20/individual and $60 for a family of four (2 adults & 2 children). A t-shirt is included with your registration fee. Sign up online at http:// pas.eventsbot.com.


Thursday, April 26th Birthday Bash! A benefit for Inland NW Baby


April 26th from 6 to 8pm, Inland NW Baby will celebrate completion of 2 years of service to the greater Spokane community with wine tasting, appetizers and desserts at Nectar Tast- ing Room. The program includes presentation of awards to their Community Business Part- ner of the Year and Founders Circle Members. Inland NW Baby was founded in 2010 by


Jesse Sheldon, now a junior at Central Valley High School. As the only diaper bank in East- ern Washington and a founding participant of the National Diaper Bank Network they have distributed nearly 80,000 diapers in the first 20 months of operations. INWB distributes dia- pers, gently used clothing, toys and equipment through over 30 partner agencies.


6:00-8:00pm at the Nectar Tasting Room. Tick- ets are $30.00 and can be purchased at www. bdaybashinwb.eventbrite.com or contact the office at 509-499-0670 and www.inlandnwba- by.org.


Friday, April 27th “Cheers to Kids” Wine Tasting Event A benefit for Olive Crest


Join us for this year’s “Cheers to Kids” Wine Tasting Event as we raise funds to support at- risk children and families in our community. Tickets are only $30 per person which includes


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hors d’oeuvres and wine at the beautiful Bo- zarth Mansion.


6:30-8:30pm at the Bozarth Mansion. Tickets may be purchased online at www.olivecrest. org or by calling Kim Kelley at 509-468-0700, ext. 105.


Saturday, April 28th 12th Annual Nancy Rockwell Gala and Auction “The Roaring Twenties” A benefit for the Alzheimer’s Association


The Nancy Rockwell Alzheimer’s Gala will take place on April 28th from 5:30 -10:00pm at the Davenport Hotel. Randy Shaw will be the gala’s host which features a delicious 3-course din- ner, as well as, silent and live auctions. This is a black tie event and “Roaring Twenties” dress is optional. There are over 35,000 people in the Inland NW living with Alzheimer’s Disease. Proceeds from the Gala will go directly toward research to end this cruel disease.


5:30 – 10:00pm at The Davenport Hotel. Tickets are $100 or $1000 for a table of 10. Please con- tact Sandi Druffel at the Alzheimer’s office for tickets at 509-473-3390.


May 2nd, 2012 Silent Auction Fundraiser A benefit for The Bearing Public Sculpture Project


Created by internationally-known Spokane art- ist Ildikó Kalapács in 2008, the original Bear- ing sculpture is a small bronze statue. Bearing celebrates the strength of women across the world. This sculpture depicts a woman carrying a man, to represent the burden that war places on the human spirit. Dispossessed women carry the weight of family and spousal respon- sibilities; bearing the physical and emotional load of the aftermath of war. The public sculpture titled Bearing is pro- posed to be cast life-size and placed in a promi- nent location in the greater Spokane area. Bearing will be a gift to the community from the donors of the Bearing Public Sculpture Proj- ect Fund.


6-8pm at The Glover Mansion. Suggested ad- mission is $5 per person. More information about the project can be found online at http:// thebearingproject.com/or by contacting ed@ ed-renouard.com.


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May 4th, 2012 Rockin’ Art A benefit for the Spokane Public Schools Foundation


Support the Spokane Public Schools Founda- tion as they present art works by the district’s most promising art students, local artisans and art teachers, too! Proceeds go to support student learning and engagement in school. The event includes a silent auction, dancing


to Spokane’s favorite Rock n’ Roll band, The 8 Tracks, no host soft drinks, beer, wine and cocktails and snacks.


7:00 – 10:30pm at The Lincoln Center. Sug- gested minimum donation is $15. Purchase tickets at the door or online at www.spokan- eschoolsfoundation.org.


May 11th, 2012


Celebration of Mothers Dinner A benefit for Hearth Homes


The Hearth Homes 3rd annual “Celebration of Mothers” dinner and auction is May 11 at the Luxury Box in Spokane Valley from 6:30- 9:30pm. Washington State Representative Kevin Parker will emcee and speak at this event along with Hearth Homes’ Founder and Executive Director, Karen Fournier.


6:30-9:30pm at The Luxury Box. Tickets are $30 by advance purchase. Please call 509-926- 6492 for more information or email hearth. homes@comcast.net. You can also visit Hearth Homes online at www.hearth-homes.org.


Friday, June 1, 2012 Fire on the Runway A benefit for the American Red Cross Join us for one hot night of fashion as local firefighters and models heat up the runway in the latest fashion from area boutiques. All guests will be treated to hors d’oeurves, complimentary champagne and will receive a swag bag including an event photo from the evening. You’ll also have the chance to win amazing prizes in our raffle drawings and our live auction will be hosted by KXLY’s Mark Pe- terson!


7:00pm at the Spokane Convention Center. Tick- ets are $50 and available online at www.inwred- cross.org/fireontherunway or by calling 509-321- 6055. Please note that all attendees must be 21 and over.


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