Put on a pair of comfortable shoes and start walking, but donât be a knot head by walking with the traffic flow and wearing your earphones. Walking with the flow is bad enough for your safety but the blocking out of sound is just plain stupid.
Walk against the traffic flow so you can see what is coming your way. Exercise is good if you donât get smashed like a bug doing something stupid out on your walk.
After a fifteen to thirty minute walk, move on to a short session, thirty minutes of strength training.
As a part of the 2014 Target Books for Schools Program, $500 in books was awarded to Deer Park Elementary as this yearâs recipient.
Store employees vote on the elementary school in Spokane County that they feel is most deserving of this gift, and this year voters at the north side Target Store chose DPES. The $500 for purchase of books from First Book Marketplace was awarded to DPES librarian Brenda Wood, DPES Principal Bonnie Remington and Target Store manager Lauren O'Shea.
By GREG FURY and PETER COFFIN
The following is an excerpt from the historical societyâs article âDrag Racing at Deer Park.â
In late 1969, Orville Moe and the Spokane Timing Association announced that they would be building a $2,000,000 racing complex in western Spokane County and this was recorded in the November 19, 1969, Deer Park City Council meeting notes.
The five-year contract between the Spokane Timing Association and the Town of Deer Park was terminated.
Eight years ago the Thrive by Five program, which provides activities to help the children in the Riverside community, ages 3-5, prepare for kindergarten, was started at Riverside School District.
âIt is so much fun to help the children learn. I enjoy watching the âahaâ moments when they have mastered learning,âsaid Roxanne Robertson, who has been an instructor in the program since its inception.
With all the activities she provides the children, having fun with learning is her priority.
âRoxanne provides much joy and laughter in the preschool room,â said Program Director Janet