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Good Works: Old Chicago raises more than $11,000 for Miracle on Idaho Street

Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom raised $11,500 for “Miracle on Idaho Street,” a holiday celebration in which more than 800 of the Treasure Valley’s less fortunate receive a holiday meal, new clothing and a professional portrait with Santa. The funds ...

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Good Works: ISU gears up to further ‘green’ efforts

Coca-Cola Company provided a $1,100 grant to Idaho State University Facilities Services, Associated Students of Idaho State University and the Green Up club to implement 350 new recycle bins, one in every classroom. ISU Facilities Services began the recycling program three ...

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Good Works: Wells Fargo employees volunteer for shelter fundraiser

Ten Wells Fargo employees from Pocatello, Blackfoot and Chubbuck participated in the Pocatello Animal Shelter’s 16th annual Run with the Big Dogs fundraiser Sept. 28. Five employees ran in the 5k race with their dogs, and the other five volunteered ...

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Good Works: Toyota donates truck to local nonprofit

Toyota’s 100 cars for good program donated a Toyota Tundra to Charitable Assistance to Community’s Homeless Inc. The program showcased five nonprofit organizations on its Facebook page each day for 50 days, and visitors to the page were asked to ...

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Good Works: Disabled veterans attend free golf clinic

Golf professionals from Falcon Crest and Shadow Valley golf courses donated their time to provide a free golf clinic to disabled veterans Oct. 5. The 25 veterans gathered at Falcon Crest Golf Course in Kuna to learn the basic skills ...

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Petco pays for low-cost spay/neuter vouchers

A grant from the Petco Foundation allowed Spay Neuter Idaho Pets Inc. to make 212 spay/neuter vouchers available to income-qualified individuals Oct. 29. The grant paid for 58 dog vouchers and 154 vouchers, according to a news release. Recipients were ...

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Good Works: Idaho Falls firefighters raise money for MDA

The Idaho Falls Fire Department raised more than $22,000 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association during its Fill the Boot Campaign Oct. 18 and 19. The total – $22,640.76 – was less than what the firefighters raised last year – just ...

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Meridian mayor, Albertsons help support snack program

Meridian Mayor Tammy de Weerd tore through Albertsons on a two-minute Grocery Grab Oct. 29 to support the United Way of Treasure Valley’s After School Snack Program. De Weerd filled her cart with groceries, and Albertsons pledged to donate the ...

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