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Spokane Valley Karate School Helping Tsunami Victims

Spokane Valley Karate School Helping Tsunami Victims

When Loren Broyles, Sensei at Dragon Martial Arts in The Spokane Valley saw what was going on in Japan in wake of the devastating Tsunami he knew he had to do something about it.

"I knew about this wonderful organization called Soles for Souls and I brought the idea to my students and they loved the idea," said Broyles.

The idea is to help collect 100,000 shoes for the people of Japan who may have lost everything in Japan.

Habitat Opens New Store

Habitat Opens New Store

The Habitat Store is reopening at the Spokane Industrial Park, 3808 N Sullivan Building #10 on April 1st, 2011 at 9am. Prizes, food and beverages will be provided to the first 100 customers through the door.

The new location will offer more parking, a larger space and easier access for donating and picking up large purchases. The Habitat Store will offer donation pickups for convenience.

Principal Gets Ready To Shave His Head

Principal Gets Ready To Shave His Head

Orchard Center Elementary Principal Travis Peterson is about to say goodbye to his hair and hello to a bald head.  Mr. Peterson promised his students he'd get his head shaved if they raised $2,000 in the school's Penny's for Patients fundraiser.  The students, staff and parents rallied and reached their goal an entire day early.

Mr. Peterson gets his new do in an all school assembly Friday at 10:45 am.  Congratulations to the student body for coming through with such a big chunk of change and to Principal Peterson for stepping up to the plate.