By Matthew Stephens
Cheney Free Press 

Families benefit from student services back to school event

Services to help folks get back to school ready


Last updated 8/25/2023 at 8:30pm

Matthew Stephens

Students from the Paul Mitchell School of Spokane give Medical Lake students haircuts during the student services back to school event at the wellness center on Aug. 9

MEDICAL LAKE - Medical Lake Student Services hosted a back-to-school event at The Wellness Center, 317 N. Broad St. on Aug. 9 to help offer services to families and students before the school year starts.

The event ran from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. and offered food, fun, and filled family needs at the same time.

School staff were on site making fresh hot dogs for guests, and handing out ice water and popsicles to help folks beat the heat. The local community outreach group was also on site to help people find resources if needed.

There was also a clothing swap available. People could swap, dona...

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