September 17, 2015 Dale Raugust will speak about "Fanning the Flames of Discontent and the Spokane Free Speech Fight".
Dale Raugust was born and raised in Eastern Washington. He grew up on the family farm near Garfield, Washington, attended Washington State University where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a B.A. in history in 1973, Gonzaga University School of Law where he received his law degree in 1973 and Eastern Washington University where he received a M. A. in history in 1990. After working for the Colville Confederated Tribes as their Prosecutor for 14 months, he set up his private practice in Spokane, Washington. He has mediated many family law cases and founded the Spokane collaborative law group and has advocated for years the removal of family law from the adversary system. In 2001, he formed Raugust and Hahn, PLLC, with Robert C. Hahn, III. He was also the Americorps VISTA volunteer 2009-2011, in volunteer management for the Spokane County Department of Emergency Services and the Peace and Justice Action League of Spokane. Dale has been married since 1981 and has two grown children. In his free time he enjoys golf, spending time with his family, writing and reading.
September 18, 2015 (Friday) Lewis & Clark's "Forgotten Trail" with Robert Heacock (Part 2) Dayton to Lewiston.
Explore the second half of the "Forgotten Trail", Dayton to Pomeroy to Almota Summit Overview to the Snake River to Clarkston. Explore the incredible landscape. Visit more campsites, see stunning scenic overlooks. Eat at another lunch site. Read more of the journals. $83 Contact Dick Jensen at (509) 747-1335
Tornado Creek Publications
P.O. Box 8625
Spokane, Washington 99203
(Thanks to Suzanne and Tony Bamonte, for editing and finishing this important book about Spokane's history, it is a must read)
Upper images are courtesy of the Northwest Room of the Spokane Public Library. The image in upper left hand side is courtesy of Dale Raugust. The image to the lower left is courtesy of Tony and Suzanne Bamonte.