Month: February 2011

  • Community Education Programs

    Have you ever taken advantage of Boise School’s Community Education programs? What would you like to learn? Business? Photography? Computers? Cooking? Dance? Did you know you can sponsor scholarships? What could you teach? Do you have a skill you would like to share? Community courses are informative and fun classes are open now Take a moment and check it…

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  • Annual meeting Minutes for Feb 16th 2011

    West Bench Neighborhood Association Annual Meeting Minutes February 16, 2011 The meeting was called to order at 7:08pm by Graham Paterson at the Library at Cole and Ustick.  Graham welcomed the large crowd and spoke about the purpose of the WBNA which is to work with the City of Boise on problems and issues in…

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  • “Alive at 25” Free classes offered

    Great class for young drivers: >>> Alive at 25 Instructors (Todd Bilbo) 2/17/2011 9:09 AM >>> Good morning, We’ve had some really good turn outs to the Alive at 25 courses so far, but we want to make sure we’ve reached every 15-24 year old. We will be teaching a class this Monday, February 21,…

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  • Annual meeting

    Last nights annual meeting was a big success. Thank you to everyone who came and contributed to a spirited discussion on taxes, government spending and education. Congratulations to our newly elected board members. Some maintaining their rolls and others stepping up to take on new responsibilities. Watch for meeting minutes and updated board contact information in the…

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  • BPD is Social

    Traffic issues are the most common concerns police hear from citizens. Boise PD is using our facebook and twitter sites to help educate drivers about Idaho’s traffic safety laws! TODAY’S TRAFFIC TIP: Something New! Because you asked for it! Boise, Feb. 14, 2011 – Boise PD is launching a new feature for our facebook &…

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  • Neighborhood Watch Luncheon

    You are invited to our quarterly Neighborhood Watch Luncheon on Thursday, March 3rd, at Casa Mexico Restaurant (Fairview, just east of Five Mile) from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. They take cash, credit and debit cards. If you can come, please RSVP to me by Tuesday, March 1st. We have an exciting agenda planned! 1)…

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  • Annual Meeting

    Annual Meeting Wednesday the 16th at 7:00 PM Library! at Cole and Ustick Special Guest Speakers: We have secured legislators from districts 15 and 16 to speak Election of officers Meet and greet neighbors

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  • New Mini Grant Program

    This grant program specifically calls out Neighborhood associations so I thought I would pass it on. Ronnie Hello! You are receiving this email because I thought this new grant pilot from the Boise City Department of Arts & History — the Performing Arts& Cultural Community Celebration Grant — might be of interest. The main idea…

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  • 2011, The Year of Idaho Food

    Got this from the Treasure Valley Food Coalition, Thought I would pass it on Ronnie Hello, I am writing today to provide information to the City of Boise’s registered neighborhood associations about 2011: The Year of Idaho Food. The Year of Idaho Food is a grass-roots, year-long, statewide look at the surprising variety of foods…

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  • Off leash dog parks??? Your Feedback is requested

    Neighbors are invited to provide feedback on a proposed pilot program to allow off-leash dogs at eight parks throughout Boise. The citizen Park & Recreation Commission and the Boise Parks & Recreation Department are seeking input to determine if there is neighborhood support for the proposed plan The parks identified as possible locations for the dog off-leash…

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