Speaker Date Topic
Brandt Gibson, Director, Sober Living Homes Jul 18, 2019
An exceptional mission in our community

Please come and listen to the story of Sober Living Homes.  They fill a unique niche as a recoverry center here in Boise.  They accomplish through a 3/4 House, a Sober Living Home and Halfway House.

- New Rotary Member Jul 25, 2019
Club Assembly
Sasa Kempic Aug 01, 2019
Global Talent, Idaho
Flapjack Feed for United Way Aug 08, 2019

This is an opportunity for all of us to learn more about our Rotary District 5400.  John is coming to fill us in on some of the plans for 2019 / 2020.  John is new to this position and wants to be sure he gets to know all of us so he might provide as much support as possible!

David Addor, Representative, Shelter Box Aug 15, 2019
Emergency Disaster Relief

This should be a great presentation.  Amy Byrd introduced us to David after meeting him at the Rotary Leadership Summit in Burley.  Shelter Box is a unique organization which provides ShelterBoxes to people caught up in natural disasters.

Please come and hear David's story!

Mayor David Bieter Aug 22, 2019 7:00 AM
City Initiatives & Growth
Gary Multanen, Rotarian Aug 29, 2019
Project Amigo

Gary is planning on more trips to Mexico.  Project Amigo has been his favorite destination over the last 20 years.  He has assisted many people in a poor, small Mexican town with many different undertakings.  Come and hear his story and how you can personally help him and the other Rotarians that have taken this trip, down south, helping countless villigers. 

Two Rotarians will assist in the presentation this morning, Joe and Linda, they have been down to Mexico several times.  Their role this morning is to provide everyone with what they thought of this experience.

Annie Morley Sep 05, 2019 7:00 AM
Idaho Virtual Reality Council
Paul Shephard Sep 12, 2019
Better Business Burea Northwest & Pacific
Jason Jones - New Rotary Member-Centennial Rotary Sep 19, 2019 7:00 AM
Classification Talk
Lorrie Apel Sep 26, 2019
Club Assembly
Sponsors