July 2014

Monthly Archives

  • Partners Share Best Practices


    PACE Partners are a vital component to the success of the PACE initiative to promote the importance of good character. Three local organizations were honored this year with a 2014 PACE Partner “Best Practice” Award for their diligent work to support and promote good character across the Spokane Valley. Sharing examples of the numerous activities […]

  • We’re Officially Incorporated


    PACE is officially a Washington Non-Profit Corporation! Last year, the PACE Leadership Team, led by Past President Elea Sprinkle, set a goal to become a sustainable initiative by achieving a 501(c)(3) status. Late last month, we accomplished our first step in that goal by becoming a Washington Non-Profit Corporation.  Attorney Rhett Barney of Lee & […]

  • A Few Thoughts on Gratitude


    By Rev. Linda Bartholomew, for publication by PACE Partners: The Current, Valley News Herald and Cheney Free Press One of my favorite contemporary theologians is Paul McCartney. Don’t you marvel at how being one of the Beatles was only the start of his career, and how he has had things to say not only about love […]

  • Generosity extends well beyond monetary gifts


    By Kynlee Dub, for publication by PACE Partners: The Current, The Splash and Valley News Herald and Cheney Free Press “You can’t live a perfect day without doing something or someone who will never be able to repay you”~~ John Wooden. There are a lot of different ways that you can take the word generosity; […]

  • PACE Partner of the Month: ITT Tech


    The PACE Leadership Team would like to recognize ITT Technical Institute, Spokane as Partner of the Month! ITT Technical Institute actively supports PACE by having their Community Relations Specialist Kevin Moe serve as Community Director on the PACE Leadership Team. Kevin also volunteered his time to help with the 2014 PACE Awards event preparation – a […]

  • Spokane County Library Suggests …

    Picture books: “A Ball for Daisy” by Chris Raschka “All of Me! A book of thanks” by Molly Bang “Big Red Lollipop” by Khan Rukhsana “Farmer John’s Tractor” by Sally Sutton “Franklin’s Thanksgiving” by Paulette Bourgeois “Fritz and the Beautiful Horses” by Jan Brett “Giving Thanks” by Jonathan London “Gracias Thanks” by Pat Mora “Gruff […]

  • Spokane County Library Suggests …

    Picture books: “A Mango in the Hand: a story told through proverbs” by Antonio Sacre “Hallelujah Flight” by Phil Bildner “If You Give a Cat a Cupcake” by Laura Numeroff “Ivy Loves to Give” by Freya Blackwood “Mine!” By Shutta Crum “One Winter’s Day” by Christina Butler “The Boy Who Wouldn’t Share” by Mike Reiss […]