Feb. 26LEWISTON — “Soup-port Our Shelters,” the annual fundraising lunch, will be from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Feb. 26 at the YWCA here, 300 Main St.
Money raised will benefit the YWCA of Lewiston and Clarkston.
Cost is $25, which includes a handpainted bowl (while supplies last) and six different soups to choose from. Also on the menu are a choice of beverages, bread or a roll, and cookies.
Advance tickets are available at the YWCA office or at Rosauers in Lewiston.
MOSCOW — Runners and walkers will hit the road in red at the 10th annual Red Skirt Scamper 5K Run/Walk Feb. 27.
Participants will gather inside the Ross entrance of the Palouse Mall here. Late registration begins at 8 a.m., and entry is by donation. The race begins at 9 a.m.
The event is an outdoors, out-and-back route heading north on Sheep Road. A variety of prizes will be awarded following the race at about 10:15 a.m., and donations will be accepted for the Gritman Medical Center’s Cardiac Rehab program and the Martin Wellness Center.
Registration forms can be printed from the Gritman website at www.gritman.org under the events tab. Registration forms also are available at Therapy Solutions and the Martin Wellness Center.
T-shirts will be given to the first 75 registrants.
PULLMAN — The ninth Annual Fur Ball and Yappy Hour begins with at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 27 at the Schweitzer Engineering Laboratory Event Center here.
All proceeds from the fundraiser benefits the Whitman County Humane Society here, and it features a theme of “Over the Rainbow is a Furever Home.” Attendees are encouraged to go dressed as a favorite “Wizard of Oz” character.
Tickets are $60 per person. The cost includes one drink ticket; appetizer, dinner and dessert menu catered by Birch and Barley; a parade of adoptable pets; silent and live auctions; and celebrity servers. Pullman Mayor Glenn Johnson will serve as emcee for the event.
The event center is at 1825 Schweitzer Ave.
LEWISTON — Lewis-Clark State College’s Women’s History Month activities will begin March 1 and continue through March 24 on the campus here.
The first talk, titled “Beyond Rosie the Riveter: American Women in World War II,” will be held from noon to 1:15 p.m. Tuesday in Room 100 of Meriwether Lewis Hall on the LCSC campus. The free presentation will be given by Amanda Van Lanen, an assistant professor of history at LCSC.
A variety of lectures and films will continue throughout the month, and a full schedule may be found in the 360 calendar under “School & Campus.”
CRAIGMONT — The Highland Jazz Dessert Night and Silent Auction begins at
6 p.m. March 2 in the Highland High School gym here.
The Lewis-Clark State College Jazz Band from Lewiston will perform, along with the Highland Junior High School and Highland High School jazz bands.
Admission is $5 per person, and all proceeds go to the Highland music department, to pay fees for music festivals and to purchase equipment and new instruments.