SCCAT/COP Shop/RESOURCE CENTER
Have a safe and fun 4th of July S.C.C.A.T. meetings will be held at Tum Tum Community Center in July and August. The next meeting will be July 10th at 6:30 p.m. As a THANK YOU to S.C.C.A.T. members who have helped with various tasks for the FOOD PANTRY, dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. and the meeting will begin at 7:00 pm. Some of our members have transported bags of food, helped sort and bag food, worked at the FOOD PANTRY once a month helping clients with their selection of food, taken cardboard boxes to the recycle center in Spokane and performed many other volunteer jobs associated with the FOOD PANTRY.
The FOOD PANTRY always needs donations of food or cash which can be left at the C.O.P. Shop.
This message is for the few Highway 291 drivers with a death wish. When you pass on a blind curve or over double yellow lines, you put the rest of us in harm’s way. So you pass me. What about the 500 cars that I am following? Will you try to pass all of them before you get to Spokane? Just because DOT has not painted the lines on the road, it doesn’t mean you can drive on both sides of the highway. I have been following the DOT accident reports on Hwy 291 for the last decade. There has been a rise in cars sideswiping and it takes someone crossing into the other lane for this to occur. It appears some drivers need a refresher course on yellow lines. Double line means don’t pass. Broken yellow lines in your lane mean that you have the right to pass. The turn lanes through Nine Mile Falls are for turning, not for passing.
Your Roving Road Reporter.