Monthly Archives: April 2012
If you are looking for something fun to do on Saturday, April 28 the CW2 Joshua M. Tillery Memorial Fund is having a clay shoot and Cajun Theme Benefit Auction. The fun starts at 9:00 (until 4:00) at the Boise Gun Club. There are events for men, women and children. After the clay shoot, at 6:00 at Alpine Ponds in Meridian, there will be a Cajun benefit dinner and auction. Both live auction and silent auction items available, plus great food and music.
Here is a link to the flyer: http://tilleryfund.org/newsletter_132_849210673.pdf
More about theCW2 Joshua M. Tillery Memorial Fund (taken off of the website):
The CW2 Joshua M. Tillery Memorial Fund is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that works in partnership with the local community to help “bridge the gap” between what our veterans, active duty members, and their families need and what is actually provided. These young men and women and their families face the challenges of multiple deployments, mounting unemployment, and increasing medical and psychosocial needs.
Your donation will help in the following ways:
- Providing free lodging for families to be close to wounded
- Aiding wounded or disabled veterans while they wait for benefit payments to begin.
- Helping provide for educational and job reintegration.
- Assisting financially needy young military families
For on-line registration and more about the Tillery Memorial Fund visit: http://www.tilleryfund.org/
Several Idaho organizations are sponsoring, Unplug and Be Outside. It’s a fun-filled week of outdoor activities to encourage people to shut off the electronics and get out and be active. Some of the great events all over the valley include; story time at parks and libraries, hiking, kayak instruction, tours, scavenger hunts and more. Check out this website for more information:
It may be a great time to start a new family activity or “unplug” night at least one night every week!
If you are planning to go the Rolletariat on Saturday, April 21, the date has been changed to Saturday, April 28. Fun family night out watching the Treasure Valley Rollergirls compete against the Seattle Blizkerieg Bruisers. Fast paced action with rollergirls battling it out at the Century Link Arena in downtown Boise.
A little about the Treasure Valley Rollergirls from their website:
‘Founded in February 2006, the Treasure Valley Rollergirls are Boise’s one and only women’s roller derby league. The premier bout was held in March of 2007 and they have played teams all over the west in the years since. The Treasure Valley Rollergirls are a proud member of the Womens Flat Track Derby Association, and are thrilled to be bouting in downtown Boise at Century Link Arena representing Idaho Roller Derby. The skaters and referees volunteer regularly in the Treasure Valley and donate a portion of the proceeds of their bouts to various charities’.
Check them out at: http://treasurevalleyrollergirls.net/
“Power To The Rolletariat”: Professional Double Header Roller Derby action on Saturday, April 28th at CenturyLink Arena. Tickets start at JUST $12. Available through CenturyLink Arena box office while supplies last. Charge tickets on-line at http://www.Centurylinkarenaboise.comor call 331-TIXS
For additional dates and times check out: http://treasurevalleyrollergirls.net/event_calendar.html