Spokane Teachers Credit Union released a new promotional video today showcasing six of its members who are also residents, business owners and mentors helping change the perception of Spokane's West Central neighborhood for the better. Two of the community leaders profiled in the video are Inlander Peirone Prize winners — Kate Burke is one of this year's three winners, and Keith Kelley was named a winner last year.
We've also written about the work of the other locals in the video. Also featured are neighborhood business owners Mika Maloney, who last week opened the storefront for Batch Bakeshop in a historic neighborhood building; Central Food's chef-owner David Blaine; and Indaba Coffee owner and roaster Bobby Enslow. Rick Harris, the recreation program coordinator for the West Central Community Center is also featured in the video.