Posted by Anna Webb on May 18, 2015
The Cancer Connection Idaho’s recent Write from the Heart teen essay contest inspired young writers from across the Valley to write honestly, and sometimes painfully, about cancer, whether it be their own or that of someone close to them. Congratulations to the young writers.
The winners in the Survivor Category are Kaylee Clark from Boise in the age 16-19 group and Natalee Lake from Osburn in the age 13-15 group. Miranda Stansbery from Fruitland and Kenzie Tanner from Boise won second and third place, respectively, in the age 16-19 group.
Kate Jacobson of Boise won first place in the Friends and Family Category in the age 13-15 group. Hailey Jackson of Eagle won first place in the age 16-19 group. Rebecca Tabb of Boise won third place in the 16-19 group.
Posted by Anna Webb on May 11, 2015
Decoration Day is an old tradition that brings families to cemeteries to tend grave sites
Posted by Anna Webb on May 4, 2015
The annual day of online giving raises thousands for nonprofits across Idaho
Posted by Anna Webb on April 28, 2015
Plus, sock donations needed at Corpus Christi, Rediscovered Books is about to expand and more.
Posted by Anna Webb on April 21, 2015
The month of April, National Child Abuse Awareness Month, arrives with a certain tradition in southern Idaho, the annual Artists for Kids/Robert Manwill Scholarship auction. The event, now in its 6th year, will take place from 6 to 8 p.m., Friday, April 24 at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall, 114 S. Plymouth Ave. in New Plymouth.
Posted by Anna Webb on April 14, 2015
Volunteers help keep the city’s Kleiner Park safe and secure.
Helping Works by Anna Webb: Choir will perform at Holocaust remembrance; Idaho Gives seeks volunteers
Posted by Anna Webb on April 7, 2015
Idaho Gives is a high-spirited day of online giving