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  • To preserve and sustain the unique character of the Little Spokane River Valley, including it's open space and natural setting.
  • To maintain lower density zoning.
  • To protect the area's ecosystem including water quality, wetlands, priority habitat and wildlife, and dwindling native vegetation.
  • To encourage the development of area parks and natural areas.
  • To educate public officials of the concerns of the Friends of the Little Spokane River Valley, and be pro-active when major issues are at the forefront.

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    Welcome to the Friends of the Little Spokane River Valley

    86,400 Seconds
    by Tina Wynecoop
    Each day we are gifted 86,400 seconds. Have we used even one to say Thank you!?

    Well, yes! And it would take all of those seconds to acknowledge the wonderful donors, both individuals and businesses, who gave such interesting and valuable items for our annual meeting?s silent auction held in early March 2011.


    FLSRV 2011 Auction Item Donors:

    Merle and Diana Moberly

    Wandermere Golf Course

    Peggy Ostness, Alan McCoy

    Rosemary and Harold Balaz

    Postnet @ Wandermere

    Spokane Audubon Society

    Roger and Corliss Slack

    Starbucks @ the Y

    Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture

    Village Centre Cinemas

    Auntie?s Bookstore, Jack Nisbet

    Petite Chat Village Bakery

    Tecla?s Hair and Skin Care

    Pounder?s Jewelry

    Lance and Mena Pounder

    Rocket Bakery

    Roberta and Jim Ellis, Grease Monkey # 698

    Jeanne Dammarell

    Rick and Sue Kellogg

    Fred Meyer - Wandermere

    Oil Can Henry?s # 078

    Kirk and Lori Neuman, Subway

    Wandermere Car Wash Plaza

    Camino Real Mexican Grill

    Petunia?s Market Place

    Starbucks Coffee @ Wandermere

    UPS Store 0957, Wynecoop Hens

    Lindell Haggin

    Carol and Dale Walker

    Susan and John Holen, It?s a Wrap

    Ice Age Floods Institute Cheney-Spokane Chapter

    Special thanks, too, are extended to Bobby Ross and his staff for their generous support.

    It is interesting to note that the $1,500 raised at the auction almost covered FLSRV?s donation towards keeping Pine River Park open to the community this summer. Supply and demand go hand in hand. The many volunteer hours that also went toward the park?s maintenance are not factored into the dollar amount -- but they attest to the deep care this non-profit organization has for the Little Spokane River.


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