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Evans Keane employees volunteer at Boise’s Giraffe Laugh Early Learning Center

Employees from Evans Keane participated in a global day of service by volunteering at Boise’s Giraffe Laugh Early Learning Center. The day of service was launched by Ford Motor Company’s Legal Alliance for Women to focus on organizations supporting the ...

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Nampa Costco raises funds for St. Luke’s Nampa NICU

Nampa Costco raised $78,354 for St. Luke’s Nampa neonatal intensive care unit as part of its “A Children’s Miracle” campaign. The donation will provide baby items for new parents, breastfeeding supplies and other patient assistance.

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Happy Day Brands donates to the Idaho Foodbank

Happy Day Brands donated 100,000 gluten-free oatmeal servings to the Idaho Foodbank’s School Pantry Program on Oct. 25. Happy Day co-founders Mark and Jeanette Priddy volunteered with Albertsons Intermountain Division President John Colgrove, as well as Gineal Davidson and Kathy ...

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Larry H. Miller Subaru Boise donates books to Boise schools

Larry H. Miller Subaru Boise supported the American Association for the Advancement of Science by donating 150 science books to Jefferson Elementary School and South Junior High School in Boise as part of the Subaru Loves Learning initiative.

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Ada County Highway District holds 17th Annual ACHD Charity Gold Tournament

The Ada County Highway District held it’s 17th Annual ACHD Charity Golf Tournament on Sept. 22 at The Club at SpurWing in Meridian. The event raised $180,000 for this year’s chosen charity, the Idaho Guard and Reserve Family Support Fund. The ...

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Employees of Mountain West Bank’s Meridian and Nampa offices volunteer with Habitat for Humanity

A group of employees from Mountain West Bank’s Meridian and Nampa offices helped Keith Schade and Josue Jimenez from Canyon County Habitat for Humanity finish two new homes for Nampa residents with disabilities and low incomes on Sept. 13. The bank’s ...

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