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Megan Guido

Megan Guido has lived in Pullman for most of her life and serves her community as a member of Pullman City Council. Her work and education is grounded in public service. She holds two degrees, a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism and a Master’s in Public Administration for the Institute of Public Service at Seattle University. She retired from working at Pullman Regional Hospital for more than 20 years in Community Relations. She now works part-time as an Outreach Coordinator at Community Congregational United Church of Christ in Pullman and does freelance marketing and communications. Additionally, she is a certified Color Code communications trainer and life coach.

Anna’s Homes: Providing Hope and Refuge for Families Fighting Childhood Cancer

Polly and Joe Schindler, from Post Falls, Idaho, formed the Anna Schindler Foundation with a vision to build homes close to Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital for families to stay — regardless of how many people or for how long — free of charge, while their children are getting care for their cancer.

Volunteers Achieve Goal of Providing Affordable Housing in North Spokane

Recently a group of about 12 volunteers living in north Spokane organized as Village Cohousing Works, a non-profit with a mission to provide housing and home ownership to low-income families in the northern part of Spokane County.

Sierra Westerman Breathes New Life into Emmanuel Lutheran Church

The Rev. Sierra Westerman was recently installed as new pastor of Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Moscow, Idaho.

Moscow, Idaho, Author Draws on Unitarian Beliefs; Publishes 4th Book

Ginger’s latest book is called “Mia’s Notebook" is about a young girl, Mia, who is born on an island and moves to New York City, where she gets swept up in a church cult.

In Idaho, Priests Come From Other Nations to Fill Clergy Void

Moscow, Idaho, in the northern part of the state, is one such town. It is home to St. Mary’s Parish, a mission church with approximately 500 to 600 parishioners. The Rev. Benjamin Onyemachi, a religious order priest originally from Nigeria, is now serving as the priest in this picturesque college town of approximately 26,000 people.

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