March 22, 2017
Etsy, eBay and other online marketplaces provide a valuable tool for makers and others who wish to promote and sell their wares. Many times, makers and other sellers on online marketplaces are targeted by owners of alleged trademarks and copyrights, causing their stores to be shut down, suspended or given a “black mark” by the service provider. This FREE interactive webinar will examine such practices and provide THE TRUTH about “Stupid Trademarks” and other claims asserted against sellers in online marketplaces.
March 1, 2017
Join us for an a-meowzing evening event celebrating all things fine and feline as we close our first ever See Stripe Sit fundraiser!
We’ll gather at Cinder Wines (107 E. 44th St. in Garden City) to recognize our See Stripe Sit participants, our great sponsors and our contest winners! There will be light appetizers and a no-host bar.
Admission is included with your $20 See Stripe Sit registration.
March 1, 2017
Concordia Law’s annual event honors professionals in the fields of Law and Education who lead by advocacy and action, building positive outcomes throughout Idaho.
The 2017 Honorees:
Leader in Law
The Honorable Jim Jones
Retiring Chief Justice of the Idaho Supreme Court
Leader in Education
Capital High School Teacher
The Concordia University Leaders in Action Awards is an opportunity to acknowledge two leaders – one in law and one in education – who have made significant contributions to improving the State and the lives of Idahoans. The Awards event is consistent with Concordia University’s mission to prepare leaders for the transformation of society.
This unique event features short speeches presented by each honoree on a topic of their choosing. Guest seating is limited to 125 guests. Please join us for this community celebration with these dynamic speakers. The Awards Event will be held at the Pioneer Room at JUMP in downtown Boise, with a reception starting at 5:00 p.m. The program begins at 5:30 p.m., including the presentation of awards by Concordia University President Charles Schlimpert, speeches given by the honorees, and the reception continues after the program to give attendees the opportunity to congratulate the honorees.
This evening is sponsored by generous law firms, businesses and individuals. Benefits of sponsorship include recognition in the media, on signage and in advertising, plus the opportunity to invite up to six guests to the event. Individual tickets may also be purchased for $40.00 each. All net proceeds from the Leaders in Action Awards go directly to support scholarships for students at Concordia Law.
Your support of Concordia Law helps to build an educational foundation for future attorneys, empowering a new generation of leaders. Please email Tina Youtz for more information about sponsoring the 2017 Leaders in Action Awards.
Register online to attend the Leaders in Action Awards on March 1, 2017 at JUMP in downtown Boise.
February 24, 2017
Join the Real Property Section for this day-long program covering the in’s & out’s of financing for commercial construction. Topics include:
- Current Commercial Construction Lending Environment
- Current Commercial Construction/Development Environment Panel
- Title and Other Issues from a Lender’s Perspective
- Title Insurance Issues in Commercial Construction
- Environmental Law Issues
- Insurance Issues
- Financing of Main Street Station (Public-Private Partnership)
From 3:30pm – 4:30pm a panel of attorneys will discuss Financing of Multi-Modal Center (Public-Private Partnership). The panel includes Ryan Cleverley (Gardner Company), Justin Cranney(Hawley Troxell), Nicole Pantera(Boise State Univeristy), Kimberly Maloney(Givens Pursley LLP), and Matthew C. Parks(Elam & Burke) with Hawley Troxell attorney Kristin Bjorkman moderating.
To register to participate, click HERE.
February 22, 2017
By joining the Boise’s Fight for Air Climb, you are making a difference for Idahoans with lung disease. Participants raise funds to support the mission of the American Lung Association while training to climb the stairs of US Bank Plaza in downtown Boise.
Make the most of your experience and climb as a part of a team. Teams consist of friends, family and co-workers who want to help raise awareness and funds to support research, patient programs and advocacy efforts. You can climb as an individual, but climbing as a part of a team increases the impact you can make!
Once you register, you’ll have access to your Fight for Air Climb Participant Center. You’ll have the ability to customize your personal web page and share your reason for climbing, send emails to ask others to join you or donate, and even download Facebook and smart phone apps. We are here to help you, from the first step in your climb all the way to the top!
Contact us anytime and check back often for updates on the Fight for Air Climb!
February 18, 2017
For tickets or additional information please call Deidre Friedli at 208-459.5025, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2017 C of I Scholarship Gala promises to be extra special as we create a Mardis Gras night to remember! This black tie-optional event will feature dinner, live and silent auctions, a fabulous prize raffle, an Adopt-a-Yote paddle-up, remarks from special C of I guests and more! Don’t miss this chance to mingle with your fellow Yotes and celebrate the College of Idaho in style! Proceeds will benefit student scholarships at the C of I.
February 18, 2017
In one night we come together to celebrate the families, the doctors and nurses, the volunteers and the friends who stand alongside Idaho’s children diagnosed with cancer. The generosity and the power of togetherness shine bright on this evening and you won’t want to miss it! Mark your calendars for February 18th where we dress up, we dine and dance and raise our paddles high. We bid—and outbid. We push fear aside to feel our hearts well with hope. We come together and feel the energy and hope that Camp Rainbow Gold creates. This distinguished event offers a variety of ways to support Share Your Heart Ball. For more information contact Christl Holzl at email@example.com.
We are made strong by love, made sustainable by our donors, made possible by our volunteers and made great by the spirit, courage and inspiration of our campers and families. Thank you for supporting Camp Rainbow Gold—we could not do it without you.