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 businesspeople 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.
College of Idaho boosters James Grigsby, John Bequette and Linda Bequette, C of I Board of Trustees chair Candy Dale, President Marv Henberg, football coach Mike Moroski, track coach Pat McCurry and women’s basketball coach Reagan Rossi at a groundbreaking ceremony Sept. 5 for the college’s new athletic center.
Sheri Davis, market development manager at CenturyLink; Cathe Scott, The Idaho Foodbank’s volunteer services coordinator; and Karen Vauk, the Foodbank’s president and CEO as CenturyLink presents a check August 2 for $7,950 after the company’s food drive. The employees of CenturyLink donated $3,169 and 1,200 pounds of food. CenturyLink presented a check to the Foodbank.
Boise YMCA CEO Jim Everett addressing the leadership Boise class.
The Leadership Boise Class of 2015 had its opening retreat at the YMCA camp at Horsethief Reservoir, east of Cascade, August 23-24th. Leadership Boise strives to foster new perspectives for creative leadership. Shown here is the Leadership Boise class of 2015’s 53 participants. Photos by Erin Cave.
The City of Twin Falls, the Twin Falls Urban Renewal Agency and Zions Bank Public Finance received the Excellence in Tax Increment Finance Award from the Council of Development Finance Agencies on Aug. 8. Cameron Arial of Zions Bank Public Finance and Melinda Anderson of the Twin Falls Urban Renewal Agency traveled to Washington, D.C., to accept the award during the 2013 CDFA National Development Finance Summit. Photo courtesy CDFA.
Back row, left to right, David Arkoosh, Barry Brooks, Dean Bennett, Todd Lovell. Middle Row, left to right: Hilary Betz, Sally Boynton Brown, Alina Vaynberg, Alyson Oüten. Front Row: Matt Berther
Boise State President Bob Kustra and Candi Allphin, senior vice president and group manager of business and private banking for U.S. Bank.
Lt. Gov. Brad Little and Jim Redinger of Washington Trust Bank at the governor’s address to the business community.
Idaho business leaders got together August 27 to hear Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter’s address to the business community in Boise. Shown here are Bryan Wewers of Idaho Power, Deanna Ward of the Home Partnership Foundation, and Julie Taylor of Blue Cross of Idaho. Photos by Caroline Merritt.
Otter and Allphin at the governor’s address.
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