By Tracy Simmons
If you don’t have plans tomorrow, and if you’re on the pro-side of marriage equality, then you may want to attend the Washington United for Marriage Town Hall and Canvass, which will be from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Spokane Falls Community College.
According to the group’s Facebook page, “We will be looking at where the campaign sits at this moment, what you can do to help, and how Spokane can be the deciding factor in victory this November.”
Following the meeting attendees will canvass the area and have face-to-face conversations with voters.
The Rev. Kris Christensen, of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, is facilitating the workshop, which examines local food injustices.
The sun is shining into my office window as I type this and it’s really making me want to get outside and enjoy the warmth. Maybe I’d even go for a hike if the wilderness had wi-fi. But for now, I’m happy reading about these inspirational jocks who scaled Mt. Kilamanjero to honor veterans.
It seems I’m not the only one addicted to technology. Bishop James E. Waggoner Jr. of the Episcopal Diocese of Spokane, wrote that he listens to his smart phone when he goes for walks. He’s figured out how to use his phone as a spiritual guide. Find out how here. I have the mindfulness bell downloaded on my phone. Does that count?
Finally, bring your appetite with you to Temple Beth Shalom on Sunday for the annual Kosher Dinner. I can’t stop thinking about Challah. Be sure to check SpokaneFAVS on Monday for photos of the big event.
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