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Kootenai County Wells Fargo employees volunteer at Idaho Youth Ranch store

A team of 15 Wells Fargo volunteers participated in Kootenai County’s United Way Day of Caring, helping at a local Idaho Youth Ranch store. Volunteers accepted donated items and provided receipts, processed donations and stocked store shelves. Team members also ...

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Girl Scout program for low-income, at-risk girls gets $5,000 grant

Girl Scouts of Silver Sage recently received $5,000 from the Gladys E. Langroise Advised Fund and the Idaho Community Foundation for its Visions program, an in-school program that tackles relevant and sensitive issues for low-income, at-risk girls in the Treasure ...

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Larry H. Miller donates $30,000 to Boise charities

Larry H. Miller Subaru Boise presented a check for $20,250 to the Idaho Humane Society and a check for $11,000 to Ride for Joy, the dealership’s hometown charities for Subaru’s Share the Love program, on March 29. Through this program, LHM ...

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Cambia Health Foundation invests in West Ada students’ oral health

Not all West Ada School District students have dental insurance, and many go without dental care. A $45,000 grant from Cambia Health Foundation will help uninsured children who attend school in the West Ada District visit a dental hygienist at no ...

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Broadway Avenue Shopko staff supports Children’s Home Society of Idaho

Steve Seibold, his team members at Shopko on Broadway Avenue and the Shopko Foundation have chosen to support Children’s Home Society of Idaho for the second year in a row. The funding they provide will go toward the Community Support ...

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Bogus Basin and Boise School District give students winter sports opportunity

Students from throughout the Boise School District will hit the slopes for two days in February for an all-expenses-paid day at Bogus Basin with equipment rental, ski and snowboard lessons, lunch, and transportation. The trip, part of a partnership between ...

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Idaho Council on Economic Education and CapEd Credit partners in financial literacy education

CapEd and the Idaho Council on Economic Education are providing continuing education credits for Idaho teachers using the Financial Fitness for Life program and curriculum. CapEd’s annual and sustaining $6,500 contribution underwrites costs associated with the CEU and provides printed resources ...

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Junior Achievement’s 2016 Achieve-A-Bowl raises more than $83,000

Junior Achievement of Idaho partnered with local business leaders and community members to raise money for financial literacy education at the 2016 Bourbon Street Achieve-A-Bowl on March 18. There were 450 bowlers on 90 teams representing 20 different companies that made ...

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