Chloe Nelson has always loved golf. Since the age of eight, Nelson has practiced at home in Las Vegas, Nev. With her love of teeing off on the crisp, clean green, a passion for teaching the game was born. Three years ago Nelson, a senior at EWU, went to a special event with her family called Event Management Body of Knowledge.
Every New Year brings those well intentioned New Year’s resolutions. The prospects of losing weight, getting a higher GPA, starting a meditation program and other lofty ideas all seem to swarm people’s minds. Also on the gamut of things to do is, of course, celebrating the New Year.
Tall or short, thick or thin, over-decorated or understated, flashing colored lights or not-so-bright may be just some ways to describe a Christmas tree. If you’ve wondered why putting up a fake or freshly chopped down tree in the middle of a room is a favorite Christmas tradition, you are not alone.
If you’re not from the area or you just want to get out of Cheney for a while, River Park Square in downtown Spokane has what you need to get in style this season. “Whether you’re shopping for the hottest trends of the season or simply want to freshen up a professional wardrobe, River Park Square has the essential pieces for everyone this winter,” said Elizabeth Mills, marketing director for River Park Square.
I remember in high school, pagers were the big to-do. Those square boxes that let you know someone was in desperate need of talking to you; the importance you felt as you heard the neon square beep and vibrate your hip. Then, the somewhat bulky analog cell phones arrived.