If you or your staff have been out of the office at business events lately, tell us all about it with your photos. Out of the Office highlights all the great ways that Idaho’s business people get together to meet new people, share information, and create new ideas. We’ll take our own photos and we ask readers to submit their best shots, too.
A ribbon-cutting at the new My Family Tradition Sauce and Rub Company facility June 14 in Garden City. (l-r) John Borio, Janel Miles, business owner Scott Tharp, Steve Bittick, Paul Shepard, Nick Souba, Michelle Andersen, Tracey Stone, and Darren Stubbs.
Holland & Hart LLP fielded a team in the Sawtooth Relay June 8. The race goes from Stanley to Ketchum. Pictured are (l-r) Laurie Reynoldson, Alison Johnson, Cheryl Thompson, Ted Tollefson, Alex Grande and Chris Johnson. Photo by Mark Olson.
Scott McClure, of McClure Engineering Inc., handed out two McClure Engineering Scholarships at the Jerome High School senior breakfast on May 29. One scholarship was for studies in engineering, science and math, and the other was for interactive media. Here, McClure presents a scholarship to graduating senior Sawyer Baar.
Former College of Idaho football player Joe Glaisyer (right) embraces Ed “Buzz” Bonaminio after announcing a $100,000 gift in his honor during the Coyote Reunion celebration June 29 on the C of I campus in Caldwell. Glaisyer’s gift to the College’s new Athletics and Outdoor Education Center will name the head football coach’s office after Bonaminio, who coached the Coyotes from 1965-1971. Photo by Randall Post, the College of Idaho.
Thomas Banducci, of Andersen Banducci Schwartzman Woodard Brailsford, the Boise law firm that sponsored Boise’s Twilight Criterium bicycle race July 13. With him is Karen Sander, executive director of the Downtown Boise Association. Photo by Patrick Sweeney.
Wade Woodard (center), of Andersen Banducci, at the Twilight Criterium. Photo by Patrick Sweeney.
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