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Man who attempted to pet moose in Spokane arrested

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City helping renovate downtown Spokane buildings

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1 man killed, 2 injured in crash near Naches

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Oregon man gets more than 3 years for fraud scams

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Investigation: Seattle ferry wasn't overloaded

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Man found dead in Tacoma with stab wounds

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Investigation: Seattle ferry wasn't overloaded

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Tom Steyer gives $1 million to political committee

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Montesano Fire Deptartment to host Spaghetti Feed Benefit for Nebel family

Shane Nebel

On Sunday, September 28, 2014 at 2:00p.m. The Montesano Fire Department and Grays Harbor Volunteer Search & Rescue will be hosting a spaghetti feed benefit in memory of the late Shane Nebel.

Shane spent his life selflessly giving back and serving his community. Shane coached youth sports, was a cub master for troop 16 and was an active member of the Grays Harbor Volunteer Search and Rescue team with his dog Belle.  In March, he and Belle spent time assisting with the Oso Mudslide efforts. Shane passed away on September 8 2014, leaving behind two children and his loving wife.

Please come and show your support and solidarity on Sunday September 28th at the Montesano Fire Department, 310 E Pioneer Ave. in Montesano, for a spaghetti feed dinner. Donations are gladly accepted and all proceeds will go directly to the Nebel Family.