The Foothills is a great place to start your outdoor adventures. Activities include Hiking, Skiing on Mt. Spokane, easy access to the Spokane River and much more.
Situated in the Foothills below Mt. Spokane.
While there is a natural beauty of the Foothills, it's the People what make this area special.
After 2 years of cancellation, the Chili Feed is back on the schedule again!!!
On October 31st at 5:30 PM, the FRA will be hosting one of its most popular and anticipated events of the year...the annual Harvest Party and Chili Feed! This event is always well attended and it’s FREE, so come and share in the fun with your family, friends, and neighbors. Costumes are encouraged!
On Thursday, June 22, the FRA and Foothills Community Church held their annual BBQ and Root Beer Float event after 2 years of COVID cancellations. It was a great time, and the weather was perfect. If you weren't' there you missed out on a great time.
A special thank you to the FRA members who helped serve the floats: Denise Smecko, Tommye Schwerin, Jo Ann Davis, Holly Weiler, Karen Feyk, Chris Luebker, Kay Potter. Marc McIntosh picked up garbage.
The 2022 Jess Kronquist scholarships have been awarded by the Foothills Rural Association and the Blue Ribbon Circle.
Please see the Scholarships page for further information of the recipients.
The FRA Annual meeting was held on January 12, 2022
Meeting notes are available on this LINK - 2022 Annual Meeting Minutes - Also includes the election of new officers and board members. Congratulations to all the new board members.
04/12/2021 - The April 2021 FRA Newsletter has been sent by both USPS Mail as well as email. You can also find an electronic copy via this Newsletter link.
Please see the Community Center page for community center availability.
Please see the Foothills News section for recent photos of the roadwork project.
Please see the Business section for a 9 acre land plot for lease.
The FRA would like to send out a very special thank you to McArthur Roofing, located on Broadway east of Fancher. MacArthur Roofing has donated a bundle of roofing for repairs to the wind damaged roof of the cottage. We want to thank them by recognizing their contribution and patronizing their business. The FRA rents out this cottage and it provides a significant amount of proceeds to the association. Upkeep and maintenance is a key part of our stewardship of the FRA buildings and this donation is significant for us.
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