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Be “Mayor for a Day” or “Coach Harsin”

For A Day: A wonderful and inspiring experience for our youth and young adults The veterans of the American Legion’s Orville Jackson Post 127 in Eagle, Idaho are proud to announce the rollout of an exciting new program called “For-A-Day.”  ...

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Wreaths Across America – REMEMBER the Fallen, HONOR those who Served and TEACH our children the value of Freedom

American Legion’s Orville Jackson Post 127 and The Treasure Valley Riders would like to ask you to help us ensure that all of our fallen heroes have a wreath placed on their headstone for this year’s Ceremony at Idaho State ...

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Tis The Season To Organize The Toys

Tackle Those Playrooms Before Santa Comes Now onto containing what’s left.  I love to use clear in a kid’s playroom wherever I can.  If they can see it, they are more likely to play with it!  When containing, remember you ...

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All Rad Days

From Family Mantra to Social Commitment By Chelsea Chambers We’re here to make goods for the good times, and rally you, to have All Rad Days. – All Rad Days Yes, times are crazy right now. Yes, things are more ...

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Farm Animals of Eagle

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  By Fay Castronova Grace is a young fifteen-year-old girl located in Eagle, Idaho. She has dreams far beyond the average teen. She plans to one day have her very own animal farm, with all the farm animals one can ...

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Art, History, and Culture – Eagle Plein Air Festival

Eagle Plein Air

By Chelsea Chambers Celebrating its sixth year, the Eagle Plein Air Festival is an event you don’t want to miss! A full week of incredible artists, wine tasting, and of course, the thrill of competition! “I created the event as ...

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Floating Feather Farm

Floating Feather Farm

Great Harvest Fun By Fay Castronova Photos Heather James A local micro-farming business has all your floral and autumn needs! Floating Feather Farm, ran by owner Kathryn Vargas, who has been living in Eagle, Idaho for about two years and ...

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Think small and grow flowers: Advice from Mike Woodbury at Future Farms

Farmer Mike Woodbury

Writer: McCale Ashenbrener Photos: Heather James Think small, and grow flowers. This feels like sage advice for anyone in these strange times, but Mike Woodbury of Future Farms is thinking specifically of aspiring farmers.  The one-acre farm in Eagle, Idaho ...

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Stay in the Know

Eagle Arts Commission Update By Chelsea Chambers “To enhance Eagle’s history and aesthetically enhance its sense of place by responsibly promoting the arts for the benefit of the greater Eagle community.” – Eagle Arts Commission Mission Statement The Eagle Arts Commission ...

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