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Friday, May 24, 2024

Cambria R. Pilger

Cambria Pilger is a senior at Whitworth University, studying journalism and mass media communication, with minors in Spanish and business. She is a proud Colorado native, freelance writer and residence life intern at school. Beyond her career, Cambria is passionate about exploring, learning new skills, making art, playing video games and getting to know people.

Feast World Kitchen adds to Spokane’s culinary diversity, helps immigrants, refugees

Feast World Kitchen offers dishes multiple nights a week prepared by a community of former immigrant and refugee chefs.

Spokane Clergy Continue To Show Support for Same-Sex Marriage After Supreme Court Confirmation

As a result of the confirmation, some pastors have urged LGBT couples to get married, fearful that their right to marriage (affirmed in Obergefell v. Hodges) is at risk with the majority of Supreme Court justices being Republican.

Faith Groups, Locally and Nationally, Recognize All Saints’ Day Significance During Pandemic

By Cambria Pilger "Let us all rejoice in the Lord, celebrating a festival day in honour of all the Saints: at whose solemnity the Angels...

COVID-19 Relief Funds Available to Immigrants in Washington State

The Washington COVID-19 Immigrant Relief Fund is available to immigrants who are experiencing hard times due to the pandemic and are ineligible for federal financial relief or unemployment insurance.

Locally, Higher Ed Service Learning Takes on Virtual Approach

PICCE created the program, Learning Together Spokane (LTS), as a way to stay connected despite the changes from COVID-19.

First Presbyterian to host Biblical Justice Forum on Presidential Election

The First Presbyterian Church of Spokane will host the "Biblical Justice Forum: Christ followers & 2020 election season" on Tuesday from 7:45-9 p.m. via Zoom.

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