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We meet Thursdays at 7:00 AM
The Riverside Hotel
2900 Chinden Blvd.
Boise, ID  83714
United States
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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Boise Centennial
Rotary International's mission is to provide service to others, promote high ethical standards, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through its fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.
 

Boise Centennial Rotary Club was chartered in 2007 to provide a smaller, more intimate alternative to some of the larger clubs in the Treasure Valley.

Boise Centennial's community service focus is fighting childhood illiteracy through programs such as the District 5400 3rd Grade dictionary program. We also run monthly drives for local nonprofits.  Our flagship event is the Winter Wine'd Up, a wine tasting and fundraising event for Giraffe Laugh. 

Our club actively donates to Rotary International and is consistently ranked as one of the top-giving clubs per capita within District 5400.

 

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Nominations for Idaho’s Brightest Stars are now being accepted.


This awards program celebrates the outstanding dedication and accomplishments of Idaho volunteers. All Idahoans are invited to submit nominations for outstanding individuals and organizations that deserve to be recognized. 

Visit our website for more details as well as information on how to submit your nomination. http://serveidaho.gov/events/brighteststars

 

Contact Renee for more information! 

 

 
A New Beginning Adoption Agency is a full-service licensed agency that provides a complete list of services needed to complete your adoption. Whether your family has selected A New Beginning Adoption Programs or if your family is working with a private adoption or out of state adoption program, we can help.  We also provide comprehensive care to birthmothers including and not limited to:  Counseling, Legal Services, Living Expenses, Medical Expenses, Community Resources and Referrals and Financial Assistance.  A New Beginning Wellness Center opened in 2015 to provide Treasure Valley families and individuals with convenient and specialized mental health services.  We strive to promote hope, healing and mental well-being in a positive and nurturing environment.
 
For more information: http://adoptanewbeginning.org/
The applications for Rotary Youth Exchange (students departing Fall 2018) are now open.
 
To qualify, Rotary requires that students be between the ages of 15.5 and 18 upon arrival the host country, be in the upper third of their academic class, be of good character and emotionally stable, and be in good physical health.
Most importantly, students must be able and willing to be a good ambassador. Students who will graduate from their high school the same year they leave on their exchange are acceptable in the program so long as they meet the age requirements and are accepted by the host country.
 
There is additional information in the links provided below and I am always happy to speak with potential applicants, their families, or Rotarians who desire more information.
 
This is a competitive program so students are encourage to apply early. If you know of a deserving student who is interested please feel free to forward them this information and/or provide them my contact info (mbarker4874@gmail.com).
 

If you have students interested in studying abroad through Rotary, send them these two links:

Our new District 5400 Youth Exchange program website: 
http://youthexchange5400. dudaone.com/

IMPORTANT: The preliminary application is now an online application: 
https://form.jotform.us/ 72076744785165

 
 
Artisans for Hope
 
Artisans For Hope is a community-based, volunteer-driven nonprofit organization in the resettlement city  of Boise, Idaho. Our goal is to assist incoming refugees to develop the skill base, language acquisition, and confidence to successfully integrate into their new community.
 
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Items Requested:
  • Gift cards to fabric stores
  • Thread
  • Ziploc bags
  • Vintage buttons
  • 100% woll
  • Quilt batting
  • Sewing machines
 
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