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April 22, 2018
Boise Metro Rotary Club
Rotary Serving Humanity
We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Stone House at The Ram
709 E. Park Blvd
Boise, ID  83701
United States
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(208) 995-7971
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This Quarter's Cause is  Agency for New Americans. We'd like to get supplies to make up "hygiene kts".
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May 01, 2018
What's going on with the recycling program in our area??
May 08, 2018
New Path Integrated Housing: developing solutions for Boise's homeless
May 15, 2018
Everyday Leadership: creating leaders out of 5th / 6th graders in Boise!
May 22, 2018
Impact of a Rotary Exchange as an Adult
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April 24
 
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April 28
 
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April 12
 
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April 5, 2005
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THIS WEEK - FIELD TRIP!
This week we'll be touring the One Stone school with our hostess, Neva Giesler.  
We will meet at the school for our 12-1 tour.  
 
 
 
1151 W. Miller St 
Boise, ID 83702 
United States 
 
 
We'll order bag lunches.
 

One Stone is a student-led and -directed nonprofit that makes students better leaders and the world a better place. Our program empowers high school students to learn and practice 21st century skills through experiential service, innovative initiatives, social entrepreneurship, and the radical reinvention of learning.

One Stone does not charge membership dues or fees, ensuring that our programs are accessible to any high school student who wants to be a better leader and make the world a better place.

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TIME TO REGISTER FOR DISTRICT CONFERENCE
The annual District Conference will take place May 17-20 in beautiful Sun Valley! This is our once a year opportunity to rub shoulders with hundreds of Rotarians from all over the District. We'll have great speakers, awesome entertainment and great meals! We'll meet all the District Youth Exchange Kids and have opportunities for training in areas such as ClubRunner, Membership and more! We'll have auctions, line dancing and the impressive Club Showcase. Sign up now by clicking here. You can also reserve your room at the Sun Valley Lodge. (There are less expensive alternatives in Ketchum, but nowhere near as cool!) 
SIGN UP TO PLANT TREES!
District 5400 has embarked on a project to plant 2,000 trees this spring. Read about it here. You have three opportunities to participate: 
  
     Eagle Island State Park - March 31 1:000 PM
     Hyatt Hidden Lakes (Maple Grove & Chinden)  - April 14th 1:00 PM
     Lake Cascades - April 28th 1:00PM
 
Rotary International Ian Riseley has a goal of 1.2 million trees worldwide. Lets do our part!
 
Call or email Scott Swan to sign up. Bring your shovel!
 
 
OUR NEXT BENEFICIARY
The next beneficiary of our generosity will be the Agency for New Americans. Michela suggests that we make up some "hygiene kits". So, when your on vacation, steal the little things for your hotel bathroom! We will collect stuff for this group through June 30th.
ODDS 'N ENDS
We'll take the Borah kids their $500 check next week........the Rotary License Plate Bill has passed the Senate...Governor's desk is next...maybe he's a Kiwanian?............Dave forgot his pin, first time in 23 years........appears the Stonehouse has solved their sound problem.......last week's gathering at Lost Grove Brewery was great fun...but parking was a problem......watch for a similar event in May..  ......strong backs save the date....we need to fill those garden boxes we built for the Good Samaritan Home ....lots of stone and soil to be shoveled...maybe April 23? Brian will let us know......  .....congrats to our own Shiloh Holmes, who was honored as one of the Women of the Year by Idaho Business Review......
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