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AIC Highlights Noteworthy People

Friday, December 15, 2017  
Posted by: Gay Dawn Oyler
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Check out noteworthy things being done and honors received by people in Idaho cities around the state.

 

Linda Morrill is retiring as City Clerk of the City of Hansen after 16 years of service to the City.

 

Krystal Ray has been hired as the new City Clerk for the City of Hansen.

 

Ken Tse has been named as Employee of the Year for the City of Jerome.

 

Robin Collins has joined the City of Kuna as an Economic Development Coordinator. She brings with her several years of increasingly responsible experience, that gave her the skills to help enhance the City’s Economic Development goals and strengthen the efforts to bring new businesses and industry to Kuna.

 

Moscow’s Third Street Gallery’s newest exhibit, “The Many Faces of Dance,” runs through January 26 and features 25 color photographs by C. Rod Bacon of dancers featured in the Great Performance seasons sponsored by Festival Dance and Performing Arts over the past 28 years. A free reception and artist talk, open to the public, will be held on January 19. The Gallery is located in Moscow City Hall.

 

The number one license plate in Bannock County, “1B 1” has been in the possession of Joe Barber since the 1960s. Joe recently passed away and his son donated the plate to Pocatello Animal Services. A silent auction for the unique placard began December 8 and will run through December 22. Proceeds from the auction will go towards enrichment programs for homeless pets at the Animal Shelter.

 

Eighth-grader Savanah Call, a Hawthorne Middle School Student, will serve as Mayor for a Day for the City of Pocatello on December 18. While on the job, Savanah will accompany Mayor Brian Blad in managing the day-to-day happenings of the City. The school selected Savanah after taking nominations from teachers. Savanah received multiple nominations saying she is a “great citizen, good student, and cares about other kids.” The city’s middle and high schools choose a new Mayor for a Day once a month. The school makes the selection and a different school is represented each month.

 

If someone in your community has done something noteworthy or received an honor that you feel should be highlighted in the People section of the newsletter, send the information to GayDawn by e-mail or fax 344-8677.


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