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As we reach the halfway mark of 2022, it’s the perfect time to reflect on moments of positivity spread throughout our Idaho community by local businesses. We’ve curated some of (certainly not all) the most notable charitable efforts and celebratory ...

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KeyBank employees pitch in for 29th Annual Neighbors Day

On May 15, over 125 KeyBank Idaho employees volunteered in their communities for the bank’s 29th Annual Neighbors Make the Difference Day, a day of community service held across the bank’s 15-state footprint. Local employees joined approximately 6,000 of their ...

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Meridian Arts Foundation and Deoudes Children’s Foundation award grant to Treasure Valley Children’s Theater

The Meridian Arts Foundation has awarded Treasure Valley Children’s Theater a $4,513.97 grant to support improvements to the organization’s new facility in Meridian. The theater also received a $10,000 unrestricted grant from The Deoudes Children’s Foundation and will use a portion of ...

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D.L. Evans Bank supports Go Red for Women

D.L. Evans Bank employees supported the local Go Red for Women movement at the 2019 Boise Go Red for Women Luncheon on Apr. 3 at the Boise Centre. The event focused on preventing heart disease by promoting healthy lifestyles, building ...

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Leadership Boise members restore Table Rock mesa

On Apr. 13, members of the Boise Metro Chamber’s Leadership Boise Class of 2020 and the Leadership Boise Academy Class of 2019 participated in a service project at the top of Table Rock mesa. Approximately 70 Leadership Boise members picked ...

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KeyBank contributes $70k grant to You Lead Idaho! program

KeyBank has teamed up with Trailhead to teach rural Idaho high school students entrepreneurial skills with the launch of the You Lead Idaho! program. KeyBank awarded Trailhead a $70,000 grant to support the program. The You Lead Idaho! program was ...

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