By Matthew Stephens
Cheney Free Press 

Breakfast on the Roos draws large crowd


Last updated 8/17/2023 at 4:54pm

Matthew Stephens

Eastern Washington Wide Reciever Efton Chism III told guests how grateful he is to have proactive teammates and coaches that go above and beyond to help each other, the Eagle athletic team, and the communities that support the college.

CHENEY - On Aug. 16 the West Plains Chamber of Commerce held their annual breakfast event on the famous red turf at Roos Field.

As guests were filling themselves with a hot breakfast, college leaders filled the air with motivating speeches.

Eastern Washington President Shari McMahan welcomed guests and said she is excited for the new academic year.

Eastern Washington University's new Athletic Director, Tim Collins provided some insight into his new role, his vision for Eagle athletics, and how he plans to build on the legacy of his predecessors.

Collins has only been in the office for thre...

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