Spokane C.O.P.S. is looking for a Social Media Coordinator. This position will work with our various programs and locations for Spokane C.O.P.S. to help make us more visible to the community. This position is expected to be part time (5-10 hours/wk) and will pay $10/hr, no benefits. Hours can be very flexible. This position reports to the Executive Director of Spokane C.O.P.S.
·Engaging writing style
·Discernment for what is appropriate to post
·Familiarity with all social media platforms (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.)
·Good marketing vision to make social media an effective tool for C.O.P.S.
Join us for a charity fashion event unlike any other as firefighters and models heat up the runway! Guests will be treated to a vendor fair, an unforgettable style show, raffles and giveaways, a post-runway dance party, and much more!
All proceeds from the event support local Red Cross services like 24/7 disaster assistance and outreach to our military community.
Kids can bowl 2 FREE games every day this summer (shoe rental rates still apply) at Lilac Lanes, North Bowl, and Valley Bowl. Set up an account to register kids 15 and under and add the Family Pass option for special deals for adults and older children
What it is: Alpha-Pyrrolidinopentiophenone (a synthetic stimulant) aka Flakka How it’s done: Vaping, snorting, eating, smoking Reported effects: Murderous rage, paranoia, ultra-violence, running around screaming Is it real: Yes—multiple reported instances of individuals arrested while high on flakka Famous victim: Naked intersection guy
It’s worse than, more addictive, and cheaper than meth ($5 for a dose). It’s being compared to bath salts.
You can expect to see representatives from LCSNW and the ywca of Spokane definitely on the panel. Also included will be Officer Hallock from SPD and hopefully a representative from Spokane Public Schools Student Services. We have also invited representatives from Partners with Families and Children and Passages to speak about the services they provide families.
Spokane County Library District announces the 3rd annual Food for Fines event during National Library Week, April 12-18, 2015.For every non-perishable item of food, $1.00 will be forgiven from a cardholder’s account, up to a maximum of $10.00 per card. Fees eligible for the program include accumulated overdue charges and fees for damaged items, unless the account is already in collections.
Last year, staff welcomed hundreds of members who donated thousands of pounds of food to 2nd Harvest and other regional food banks serving Spokane County. In many cases, our generous members contributed much more to the food barrels than needed to pay their fines. Some had no overdue fees at all, but still contributed food throughout National Library Week.
This April watch for the food bins at your neighborhood County library. It’s a win-win for everyone!