Aspiring Teachers Listen Closely

Carleen Baldwin Alliance Teacher of the Month

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There is no doubt Carleen Baldwin is an effective teacher. 25 years in Lapwai and a doctorates level education, she is the Alliance Title Teacher of the Month. With all that credential and experience Baldwin doesn’t talk a lot of fancy technique, she talks from her heart about loving children.

Peacemakers Circles

Workshop June 16th

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LAPWAI, IDAHO—Presentations by David Raasch, a long-time tribal court judge and national expert on the use of traditional “Peacemaker Circles” within a tribal justice system will be held June 15, 2015 at 6:00pm in Kamiah at the Wa-A-‘Yas Community building and June 16, 2015 at 6:00pm in Lapwai at the Pi-Nee-Waus Community building. The public is invited to attend.

Are You an Environmentally Friendly Business?

The DEQ Wants to Recognize

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BOISE — Idaho businesses, industries, and organizations that incorporate pollution prevention into their daily operations are invited by the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) to apply for recognition as “Pollution Prevention Champions.” DEQ will recognize up to four Idaho businesses, industries, and organizations in observation of Pollution Prevention Week this fall.

Family Day Kiwanis Park June 12th

Disability Action Center

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Moscow, ID – Disability Action Center NW will be hosting a free family event June 12th to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, signed into law in 1990. Held from 2 to 6pm in Kiwanis Park in Lewiston it will feature live music by Kick Toy, keynote speakers, arts and crafts and disability resource booths, kids activities, door prizes and a free BBQ.

Cereal Drive Tomorrow

Rosauers, Joe Hall Ford

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With summer here and more than 3,000 children in Nez Perce and Latah counties currently suffering from food-insecurity, Rosauers is teaming up with Joe Hall Ford and CHS Primeland to help end childhood hunger by collecting boxes of breakfast cereal and containers of peanut butter for The Idaho Foodbank.

Values Guy, Championship Coach

LCSC's Jeremiah Robbins

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Jeremiah Robbins father Bruce died four years ago, a tough loss for anyone.  But a father’s values passed onto a son; things like hard work, honesty and integrity, have been passed onto a baseball team, the Lewis-Clark State Warriors, who  now call themselves NAIA  National Champions.


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