Catch Spokane Forum Sunday mornings from 7:00am to 7:30am on 590 KQNT.
So many big things are coming up in Spokane that have such great positive impacts on our community. This week we will talk about the 15th Annual Get Lit events, Project Playhouse which benefits some of our community centers and Family Promise of Spokane and how they help children and families. April 4 Get Lit, Project Playhouse & Family Promise Of Spokane
Jim Armstrong, Communications & Special Projects Manager with the Spokane Conservation District will be in studio discussing soil conservation, environmental impacts, farming issues and no-till farming. No-Till Farming
Abigail Franklin and Tara Dowd joined us as we talked about Bank on Spokane. Bank On Washington, or Bank on Spokane, is a partnership of banks, credit unions, government, and community organizations, such as United Way and Goodwill. We work together statewide and in local communities across the state to bring low cost checking and savings accounts to Washington residents. Thier goal is to help people keep more of their money for savings and building their dreams by offering access to low-cost, safe checking and savings accounts. Bank On Spokane
The Inland Northwest Wildlife Council presents the Big Horn Outdoor Adventure Show. Tim Clifford will join us. The Inland Northwest Wildlife Council is the largest independent wildlife organization in the state of Washington and a partner of the Washington Wildlife Federation.
The Mission of the INWC is to act in accordance with what is best for all fish and wildlife species while emphasizing and maintaining responsible sportsmanship.
Listen to the interview: Spokane Forum Inland NW Wildlife Council
Susan Joseph Nielsen, Bobbie Domonouski and Kelly Thomspon of Girls Scouts of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho join us to discuss the amazing local impact GSEWNI has on girls and our community. Girls Scouts of Eastern WA and Northern ID