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mountain

The WEA-Eastern Washington UniServ Council is geographically the largest council in the state, consisting of terrain that varies from the rolling wheatlands of the Palouse, to the mountainous terrain of the Selkirks. Countless lakes and rivers add to the scenic beauty of the area.

office

The council office is located in the urban city of Spokane, the economic and industrial center of the region. WEA-Eastern Washington services 52 affiliated local education associations from the Canadian border to south of Pullman, and from the Idaho border to Grand Coulee in the west. Three field representatives and two assistants staff the council offices, serving over 4200 members.