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  • Boise Rescue Mission brings Christmas cheer to Canyon County

    Boise Rescue Mission CEO Bill Roscoe says the organization's Christmas meal at College Church of the Nazarene in Nampa on Dec. 17 is its biggest event. More than 2,000 meals were served, and many families went home with toys for their children and holiday hams or turkeys for a Christmas meal.

Boise Rescue Mission brings Christmas cheer to Canyon County

Boise Rescue Mission CEO Bill Roscoe says the organization's Christmas meal at College Church of the Nazarene in Nampa on Dec. 17 is its biggest event. More than 2,000 meals were served, and many families went home with toys for their children and holiday hams or turkeys for a Christmas meal.
Nicole Blanchard // Idaho Statesman