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October 2, 2022
Boise Metro Rotary
Be the Inspiration
Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Towne Place Suites by Marriot
1455 S. Capital Blvd
Boise, ID 83701
United States of America
First Tuesday of each month is a service project in lieu of lunch!
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Speakers
Oct 04, 2022
TBD
Oct 11, 2022
What is Jesse Tree and its impact in Boise?
Oct 18, 2022
Funding ID education; Proposition 1 status
Oct 25, 2022
What's going on with Boise Metro Rotary these days? Let's catch up!
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Carrie Westergard
October 8
 
Terrence J. Reynolds
October 16
 
Scott Swan
October 17
 
Dave Thornton
October 25
 
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Greenbelt Project
Idaho State Historical Society visit
River Pointe Park, Garden City Greenbelt
Open World Russians October 2016
Greenbelt Table & Shelter
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THIS WEEK - SUICIDE PREVENTION IN IDAHO
We will have two guests this week who will talk to us about their effort in the area of suicide prevention in Idaho. Stewart Wilder is founder and president of the Livewilder Foundation and co-chair of the Idaho Suicide Prevention Action Collective (ISPAC).  He is also president of the Sawtooth Interpretive and Historical Society of Stanley, Idaho. Christina Cernansky is co-chair of ISPAC and is the president of the Idaho chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).
 
PRESIDENT'S CORNER
Fall is nigh! This Thursday, September 22nd is the Autumnal Equinox…the First Day of Fall. After the autumnal equinox, days become shorter than nights as the Sun continues to rise later and nightfall arrives earlier. Isn’t this educational? Wait a tick, that would mean that Wednesday, September 21st is the last day of Summer. Come reminisce and celebrate the last day of Summer by joining your fellow Rotarians at our 3rd Wednesday Happy Hour.
Where: Solid Bar and Grill at 405 S. 8th Street.
When: See you at 5:30pm. Happy Hour ends at 6pm so don’t be late!!
 
Special Luncheon Speakers this Fall Please invite a guest or membership prospect to hear these excellent speakers! We will be asking for members to let us know in advance of their guest count for Nov 1 in case we need a larger lunch venue.
 
  • Sept 27 – Katherine Himes, Director of James A. & Louise McClure Center for Public Policy. She will present the report “Climate Change and Idaho’s Economy: The Idaho Climate-Economy Impacts Assessment”.
  • Nov 1 – Steve Scranton, SVP Chief Investment Officer & Economist, Washington Trust Bank. Throughout the Pacific Northwest, Steve is a well-known speaker on the economic conditions and the world financial markets.
 
Service Project Opportunities this Saturday!!
Wetlands Peace Preserve – Saturday, Sept 24 @ 10am at Willow Lane Athletic Center. Water, Weed & Enjoy! This is a collaboration with the Treasure Valley Rotary Clubs. See specific details for Summer 2022 effort at: https://rotary5400.org/sitepage/d5400-tree-project/event. Please let me know if you plan to attend so we can plan tasks accordingly.
THIS WEEK - CLIMATE CHANGE AND OUR ECONOMY
Our special guest this week will be Katherine Himes, Director of  the McClure Center of University of Idaho. She will present “Climate Change and Idaho’s Economy: The Idaho Climate-Economy Impacts Assessment”.
 
The University of Idaho’s James A. and Louise McClure Center for Public Policy Research was launched in 2007 and has become Idaho's most trusted and preeminent public policy research entity
 
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MARK YOUR CALENDAR
Key Future Club Highlights:
 
October Club Fellowship and Fundraising Highlights:
 
Oct 10-14 – LobsterFest On-line Auction! https://lobsterfest.afrogs.org is your link to the action. Get registered and set up your account now. Preview auction items prior to October 10th so you are ready for the bidding action.
Oct 14 – LobsterFest Fundraiser Dinner. Tables and Individual Seats still available. Tickets available through https://lobsterfest.afrogs.org
Oct 29th @ 10am – Fall Out to End Polio Halloween Greenbelt Foliage Ride. Come join us for a relaxed 7-mile loop ride on the Boise River Greenbelt. There will be a Suggested Donation to Rotary’s End Polio Campaign. Ann Morrison Park, Old Timer Pavilion is the Start/Finish Line.
ODDS 'N ENDS
Our speaker last week, Megan Remaly from UWTV, was a real eye-opener....40% of Idahoans are ALICE.......a game with smarties showed the challenges of limited income.....Cheyenne Quilter, our Global Grant Recipient for studies in UK, has completed that program and is now working on her PhD.......congrats to Amy D. on her new job!.......our Rotary songbook is almost complete......October 1 Greenbelt Cleanup will feature planting crocus bulbs......See you at Solid on Wednesday at 5:30........we didn't have time for Happy Dollars last week, but I was going to pay for Scott's attempt at a mustache.......
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