Posted by Anna Webb on April 14, 2015
The Meridian Police Department has put out a call for volunteers to become park ambassadors in Julius M. Kleiner Memorial Park. Citizen volunteers will receive training in customer service, security issues and liability matters.
The program operates seven days a week from May through October. Shifts are in three-hour increments throughout the day from 10 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Volunteers can sign up for as many shifts as they like.
Volunteers get around the park on foot, bike, or with an electric Gem car. Volunteers will act as the eyes and ears for law enforcement, and will be available to answer visitors questions about the parks amenities and other Meridian attractions.
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
Posted by Anna Webb on March 31, 2015
The Friends of Boise Public Library hosts its annual book sale fundraiser, and more.
Posted by Anna Webb on March 24, 2015
Learn the story of a famous siege during the Vietnam War and support veterans' programs. A special documentary screening is the culminating event of the 2015 Read Me Treasure Valley project.
Posted by Anna Webb on March 17, 2015
Firefighters work to make local families safer through smoke alarm donation program, a National Book Award winner will visit Boise and it's American Red Cross Month - a great time to give blood.
Posted by Anna Webb on March 10, 2015
Volunteer to restore native landscapes with Idaho Fish and Game, meet the author from this year's "Read Me Treasure Valley" project and more.
Posted by Anna Webb on March 3, 2015
Want to cast some light on very good or very bad moves when it comes to preserving local history or culture? Here's the perfect chance: Preservation Idaho is calling for nominations for its annual Orchids and Onions awards.