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One Stone hires full-time director

One Stone, a student-run, not-for-profit organization that combines service and charitable giving with experiential learning to fulfill community needs, has hired its first full-time employee. Neva Geisler will serve as the community engagement director, coordinating outreach strategies and advising on ...

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Out of the Office: Idaho Remodeling & Design Show (access required)

On Jan. 18 and 19, The Idaho Business League presented the Idaho Remodeling & Design Show at the Boise Centre. The event featured more than 100 exhibits highlighting local design experts and free seminars. Shown here is Russell Antonucci, Sales ...

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BYP announces 2014 leaders

The Boise Young Professionals is run by a 21-person leadership team and two part-time staff. Here are the leaders for 2014: Chair, Kristin Muchow, VP at Meeting Systems Inc.; Chair-Elect, Nick Taylor, attorney at Hawley Troxell; Immediate Past Chair, Brooke ...

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Good Works: First responders compete in chili cookoff

On Jan. 18 the Touchmark at Meadowlake Village donated the use of their facility to Alzheimer’s Idaho for the “Battle of the Badges” chili cook off. The Ada County Paramedics, Boise Fire Department, Meridian Fire Department, Eagle Fire Department, Ada ...

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Good Works: Dentist takes a week off to work

Dentist Eric Ballou recently spent a week in the Dominican Republic, providing basic dental care for several hundred people through the G3 Foundation. A team of dentists from the G3 Foundation were joined by six Dominican doctors to administer basic ...

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Good Works: Nampa dealership gives truck to nonprofit

As part of Toyota’s 100 Cars for Good program, Tom Scott Toyota of Nampa presented a 2014 Toyota Tundra to Charitable Assistance to Community’s Homeless, a nonprofit in Ada and Canyon counties that assists homeless families with children to find ...

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Good Works: Nursery Association presents scholastic awards

During the Idaho Horticulture Expo, Jan. 22 to 24, five students were chosen to receive scholarships for their scholastic record, ability and sincerity in pursuing employment in the nursery industry in Idaho. Three students received a check for $750 and ...

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Good Works: St. Luke’s, JUMP help Idaho youth by recycling

On Dec. 18, with a little help from St. Luke’s and Jack’s Urban Meeting Place, The Idaho Youth Education Recycling Partnership raised $103,000, breaking the previous record of $85,000 in 2011. St. Luke’s downtown Boise location recycled 6100 pounds of ...

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Good Works: Stinker awards $4,000 worth of scholarships

Stinker Stores partnered with Dr. Pepper late last year to give two students a $2,000 scholarship to cover educational expenses. The recipients are Blake Bunney of Moscow, who is pursuing a plumber apprenticeship and license at North Idaho College in ...

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Fisher’s adds two employees

Chris Klemmer and Neil Shimatsu have joined Fisher’s Technology. Klemmer will be supporting a facilities management site as a copy center associate. He has more than 20 years of customer service experience. Shimatsu has more than 15 years experience. He ...

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