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Heidi Scott

Heidi Scott
A freelance writer and editor, Heidi Scott has been publishing since 2001. In 2008, Heidi and her family moved to Spokane, into a 100-year-old farmhouse north of Spokane. When not working, she grows and preserves much of the food her family eats throughout the year. She enjoys adventures with goats, sheep, cows, chickens, rabbits, barn cats, and a hummingbird named Mildred, who visits Heidi every day in the summer while she milks her goats.

Confessions of a first time Santa

Patrick Cabbage volunteered for his first time ever, sitting in for Santa at the Five Mile Prairie Grange’s annual “Pancakes with Santa” event. FĀVs writer Heidi Scott sat down with Cabbage a week after the event to find out what the experience was like.

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Spokane groups serve homeless in the spirit of Halloween

In addition to the youth of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the Catholic Charities team, 117 students from Gonzaga helped distributed nearly 500 pounds of candy at the event.

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Spokane Fatherhood Initiative continues

Fatherlessness, in the context of SpoFi’s work, doesn’t simply mean the absence of a father. Its broadened definition includes all young people without a present and involved father figure, whether biologically related or not.

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Opa! 82 Years and Still Dancing at Spokane’s Greek Fest

Today, Greek Fest is much the same, with volunteers who are typically retirees, college students, or others who have the time and desire to see the festival continue. It is an ongoing challenge to find enough volunteers to cook and bake.

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