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Good Works: Meridian nonprofit reaches students across the nation

Path4Success, an academic mentoring and college preparedness program in Meridian, is partnering with more than 86 high schools and sports camps around the country during the upcoming school year. This is an increase from last year, when the organization was ...

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Good Works: North End brokerage seeks volunteers for trailhead clean up

On May 8, from 6 to 8 pm, Homeland Realty, a locally owned North End brokerage, will gather its agents, friends, family and neighbors to spruce up a favorite North End foothill trailhead by removing trash, recyclables and unwanted debris ...

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Good Works: BSU ceramics department sells work to bring visiting artists

The ceramics department at Boise State University will raise funds for the Visiting Artist and Scholar Program May 9-12 by holding their semiannual Clay & Fire sale at the Visual Arts Center Gallery 1, located in the Liberal Arts Building ...

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Good Works: Wells Fargo teams with green building council

Wells Fargo awarded $1,500 each to the U.S. Green Building Council of Idaho Green Schools Challenge winners, Grace Jordan Elementary in Boise and Sandpoint High School. This year’s awards event was held and winners were named on Feb. 28. The ...

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Good Works: Paint The Town 2014 focuses on the Boise Bench

Neighborhood Housing Services will hold its 32nd annual Paint The Town event on Jun. 7.  Paint The Town is one of Boise’s largest volunteer opportunities dedicated to revitalizing neighborhoods in need.  Every year, 2,000 volunteers paint more than 60 homes ...

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Good Works: Bogus Basin SnowSchool receives Idaho Power grant

Bogus Basin received a $1,500 Powering Lives grant for the SnowSchool and Mountain Discovery Camp programs, which connect thousands of Treasure Valley kids to experiential outdoor learning opportunities on the mountain every year. Since 1942, Bogus Basin, a nonprofit organization, ...

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Good Works: Dot Foods begins Neighbor-to-Neighbor program in Idaho

Dot Foods, the nation’s largest food redistributor, began its Neighbor-to-Neighbor Food Bank Program by donating $50,000 to The Idaho Foodbank. The program will give a total of $462,500 to ten Feeding America food banks nationally, helping to provide an estimated ...

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Good Works: Local businesses host summer program for youth

A group of Treasure Valley business owners have come together to create an innovative summer program called Passport to Boise. The program is a series of educational workshops and events hosted by area companies. Aloha Publishing is offering a creative ...

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Good Works: One Stone and Youth Ranch provide alternative spring break project (access required)

One Stone, a student-led Boise based nonprofit, and the Idaho Youth Ranch worked together to provide an alternative spring break project for southwest Idaho high school students. Break Through 2014 was held at the Youth Ranch’s campus outside of Rupert ...

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