Boise Centennial Rotary for August 9, 2018
TONIGHT! - August 2018 Board Meeting  
The August Board Meeting is to be held Monday, August 6, 2018 at 5:30 pm in the Quiet Bar at The Riverside. All are invited, please join us!!
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OFF SITE MEETING!! United Way 11th Annual Flapjack Feed
On Thursday, August 9th, we will be having an offsite meeting / fellowship at the 11th Annual Flapjack Feed and United Way of Treasure Valley Campaign Kickoff Event. The community breakfast will be held outside on the Basque Block in downtown Boise. Celebrity pancake flippers will dazzle onlookers with their amazing flapjack flipping skills. Local TV celebrities will MC the event. Breakfast is served from 7:30am until 9:30am and includes pancakes with toppings, eggs, potatoes, breakfast meats, fresh fruit, juice and coffee. Cost is $7.

Time: 7:30am

Location: 608 W. Grove St





Rescheduled Date!  Highway Clean-Up September 30, 2018
Our Clean-up of Highway 21 has been rescheduled, please pencil in Sunday, September 30th as the day! The more people, the faster it goes!
Annual Rotary LobsterFest!!- September 22nd!!
Join us for LobsterFest at the Jordan Ballroom at Boise State University on Saturday, September 22nd, 2018, 5:00-9:00 pm
Tickets are limited, so please make sure to purchase yours soon.  
The event includes a Lobster dinner (or choice of entrée), drinks, live & silent auctions, live music and more!
It's Time for McCall Ball 2018!!

August 25,2018  McCall Ball is a family-friendly, easy-to-learn, 3-person, CO-Ed 'softball' game for all ages.  Teams will play with an oversized plastic bat and a nerf-type ball.  Each team will be guaranteed 3 games, throwing, batting and catching required- Running is not!  McCall Rotary Club is introducing this event to the public, fees collected will go to the Rotary local scholarships and programs in need.

More information available here:

More to come!!


Telaya Sip 2 Give Benefitting Giraffe Laugh
On the First Friday of each month, Telaya donates 10% of sales to a featured non-profit on Friday, September 7th, Giraffe Laugh is that non-profit!!
Get the date on your calendar!
Can you volunteer for the Zone Institute??

HOW DO YOU LOOK IN GOLD? A gold vest, that is. As in every major Rotary International event, a volunteer staff of Sergeants-at-Arms will be on hand to help answer questions and guide you to your next destination. If you are interested in stepping up and serving as an official SAA at the Boise Zone Institute, we have need for a few smiling faces, particularly for the All-Club Luncheon and the Reunion Dinner, both on Friday. Contact Dick Jones,, or Carl Prinzing,

DO YOU LOVE TO SING? Join The Zone Tones with other Rotarians and guests as they add their voices during the Institute’s opening dinner on Thursday and during the Inspirational Service on Sunday. If you’d like to participate please contact Rhonda Herrington,, to let her know that you cannot wait to sing! She will send you music and vocal samples so you will have plenty of time to rehearse your part.


Quarterly Drive - Family Advocates
​Family Advocates works to strengthen families and keep kids safe by empowering everyday people to protect and enrich the lives of youth. We are a private, independent 501 (c)(3) non-profit agency founded in 1978 and serving Southwest Idaho. Our founders, two foster parents—Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hogin and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Murphy—saw the need for advocacy for children and established a long-term vision of seeing the end of child abuse in Idaho. Family Advocates was incorporated in Boise on September 28, 1978.
The CASA program began late in 1980, when the Junior League, the Boise Bar Association, and Family Advocates received permission from the Honorable Richard Grant, Juvenile Magistrate, to initiate a pilot Guardian ad Litem program in Ada County. In 1982, the CASA program officially accepted its first child protection referral and, in 1986, Family Advocates, including attorney Eric Haff, took an active role in working with legislators to revise the Child Protection Act to clearly define the role of a Guardian ad Litem (GAL). The CASA program at Family Advocates serves children in the Fourth Judicial District (Ada, Boise, Elmore, and Valley Counties).
Keeping families healthy and stable was the foundation of the Family Advocates vision. The program has evolved to include best practices and theories of modern day and has expanded out from Boise to several rural locations. In 1978, Family Advocates began working alongside families through a Home Visiting program and continues to provides systems of support. 

Items for children

  • School supplies (crayons, paper, erasers, markers, etc.)
  • Backpacks
  • Tolietries for all ages (shampoo, conditioner, body wash/soap, chapstick, deodorant, etc.)​​
  • $20-25 gift cards to Fred Meyer, Walmart or ​Target
For more information:
Russell Hampton
National Awards Services Inc.
Aug 09, 2018
Idaho Commission on Libraries - ROI on Fundraisers
Aug 16, 2018
Serving our Veterans!
Aug 23, 2018
The new Rotary Year of 2018/2019
Aug 30, 2018
Camp Rainbow Gold
Sep 06, 2018
All Club Assembly This Week
Sep 13, 2018
How our program works and who we serve
Sep 20, 2018
The new Interact Club located at Idaho Fine Arts Academy
Sep 27, 2018
Club Assembly
Oct 04, 2018
About Team River Runner
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Upcoming Events
BCR Board Meeting
Aug 06, 2018
5:30 PM – 6:30 PM
BCR Board Meeting
Sep 03, 2018
5:30 PM – 6:30 PM
BCR Board Meeting
Oct 01, 2018
5:30 PM – 6:30 PM

Join us Thursday mornings at 7am at The Riverside Hotel