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March is National Nutrition Month and The Spokane Dietetic Association along with Feed Spokane bring you the 5th annual Dine Out To Feed Spokane. We will bring you more details plus get you thinking about eating healthier. The Spokane Forum airs at 7 Sunday Morning and 6 Sunday night.
Spokane Sports Commission President and C-E-O Eric Sawyer joins us to talk about upcoming events, facilities and economic impact. And Spokane County Auditor Vickie Dalton discusses changes at The Spokane County Courthouse.
On this edition of the Spokane Forum we talk with Senator Michael Baugartner about his appearance at two public forums he set up and we get to know the staff at Lookout Pass Ski and Recreation. From the history of the mountain to plans for exapnsion and especially a big ski day that will help fill the shelves of the 2nd Harvest Food Bank and feed residents of the Silver Valley. February 10 Spokane Forum
What would Prop 1 do? The City of Spokane has long faced the issue of creating meaning civilian oversight of police. Citizens get the chance to vote on changing the charter on the Feb 12th Special Election Ballot. Spokane City Councilman Steve Salvatori joined the Spokane Forum to discuss this and many more topics. Spokane Forum with Steve Salvatori
IHOP is giving away free pancakes on Tuesday, February 5th as National Pancake Day returns with a goal to raise $3 million dollars for the Children's Miracle Network. The locally owned Spokane area IHOPs are of course participating. Click on the link to hear from owner Jay Jordan who was our guest on The Spokane Forum and who is all about being local and supporting many local charities and events. IHOP's National Pancake Day