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May 23, 2019

Boise Valley Economic Partnership Summit

Join hundreds of Boise Valley’s top business leaders for our annual dive into Boise Metro’s economy- what’s working and what is not, to grow business. Hear from prominent decision makers on trends, struggles, and future directions.

We are thrilled to welcome speaker, Jamie Jo Scott to our stage to share with us her thoughts on what to “Keep. Change. Grow.” in the Boise Metro. Read more about her impact and work to carry on the Albertsons Family legacy.

We will also hear from top economic development officers from top metros around the country on what they have done to grow success in their metros and how that relates to our metro’s goals and direction today.

May 22, 2019

Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce 2019 Small Business & Chamber Excellence Awards

Candi Allphin, U.S. Bank, Retired
2019 Hall of Fame Award Recipient

Mark Johnson, KTVB
2019 Small Business Awards Emcee

2019 Finalists

Small Business (Small)
Erstad Architects
International Minute Press
Zee Christopher

Small Business (Medium)
Amherst Madison Real Estate Advisors
Bronco Motors
Idaho Tents & Events

Idaho Youth Ranch
One Stone
WCA/Women’s and Children’s Alliance

Food & Agri-Business
Gluten Free Galaxy
Idaho Grape Growers & Wine Producers Commission

Travel Industry
Boise Centre
Meeting Systems, Inc.

Financial Services Industry
Eide Bailly LLP
Idaho Central Credit Union

Healthcare Industry
Genesis Community Health, Inc.
Garden Plaza of Valley View

May 22, 2019

Idaho Community Foundation Southwest Luncheon

Come help us celebrate our Annual Luncheon at JUMP in Boise and learn about the Pacific Northwest Resilient Landscapes Initiative! It’s supported by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation in partnership with the Oregon Community Foundation, Seattle Foundation, the Land Trust Alliance and ICF.

Sacha Spector, Program Director for the Environment at the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, will be the keynote speaker.

May 22, 2019

Kootenai Health Foundation Golf Tournament

The Kootenai Health Foundation’s Annual Golf Tournament, presented by Chapman Financial Services, held at the Hayden Lake Country Club on May 22, 2019. Thirty-two teams participate in an 18-hole scramble with support from sponsors and local businesses.

Through the years, this event has raised over $786,000 to support Kootenai Health. For further information on this event, please contact (208) 625-4489.

May 20, 2019

Idaho Business Review’s Experts Forum: Opportunity Zones

The 2017 Tax Cuts and Job Act offers an incentive for investments in low-income communities around the nation and around the state, identified as Opportunity Zones. How best can Idaho regions take advantage of this opportunity? Learn more about Opportunity Zones incentives and guidelines from local experts on this topic.

May 20, 2019

Idaho Healthcare Summit


Monday, May 20

6 p.m. Speaker and Sponsors Dinner, Brickyard.

NOTE: All sessions except two of the breakouts will be live-streamed to the ISU campus and recorded.


Tuesday, May 21

7 a.m.: Registration opens.

7:30 a.m.: Breakfast service begins.

8 a.m. Vendor booths open.

8:15 a.m.: Welcome.

8:20 a.m.: Governor Brad Little.

9 a.m.: Keynote address, Ian Morrison.

10 a.m.: Networking break.

10:30 a.m.: Value-based care and reducing costs. Moderator: Dick Armstrong, former director, Idaho Department of Health and Welfare. Panelists: Dr. John Redding, President, Saint Alphonsus Health Alliance; Lisa Hettinger, Deputy Director, Idaho Department of Health and Welfare; and Dr. Edward McEachern, PacificSource.

Noon: Lunch is served.

12:30 p.m.: Luncheon speaker, Idaho Department of Insurance Director Dean Cameron.

1:15 p.m.: Breakout sessions.

  • Option one: Perspectives and innovations in social determinants of health. Moderator: Corey Surber, Director of State Advocacy, Saint Alphonsus. Panelists: Christa Rowland, United Way of Treasure Valley; Caldwell Mayor Garret Nancolas; and Tamara Fife, Terry Reilly Health Services. (Main meeting room.)
  • Option two: Addressing the disturbing health trends of Millennials. Speaker TBA. (Breakout 110B.)
  • Option three: What can we learn from consumers as we build our future behavioral health care system? Moderator: Lauren Necochea, Idaho Voices for Children. Panelists: Suzanne Lowman, Pinnacle Integrated Medicine; Kim Hokanson, chair of Idaho’s Behavioral Health Planning Council; Jen Yturriondobeitia, executive director of Cornerstone Whole Healthcare Organization; and Audrey Dutton, journalist, Idaho Statesman. (Breakout 110C.)
  • Option four: Idaho Health Data Exchange: How are you progressing toward more effective use of data exchange to improve outcomes and lower costs? Moderator: Paul Brannan, Idaho Health Data Exchange. Panelists: Dr. Erik Jones, physician; Dr. Suhrei Acevedo-Daniels, Terry Reilly Health Services; Lisa Hettinger, Department of Health and Welfare; and Dr. Neeraj Soni, Chief Medical Information Officer, St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center. (Breakout 110D.)

2:15 p.m. Networking break.

2:45 p.m.: Breakout sessions. Same options as first break sessions. NOTE: Social influencers session and Millennial health session will trade locations for the 2:45 session to allow each to be a part of the live-stream and recording.

3:45 a.m.: Wrap for day one, adjourn for the day. Optional reception(s) in the evening.

 Wednesday, May 22

8 a.m.: Registration and vendor booths open, continental breakfast available. Networking time.

9 a.m.: Panel discussion: Idaho policymakers reflect on the session and look forward. Moderator: Mike Reynoldsen, Blue Cross of Idaho VP of Government Affairs. Panelists: House Speaker Scott Bedke, Sen. Maryann Jordan, and Rep. Rod Furniss.

10 a.m. Panel discussion: Innovations in rural healthcare – tele-health, rural health disparities, pay for performance. Moderator: Dr. Rhonda Robinson Beale. Panelists TBA.

11 a.m.: Adam Greathouse, Senior Associate, Health Policy, ERISA Industry Committe (ERIC). Innovations in employer-sponsored healthcare and the impact of public policy.

Noon: Lunch is served.

12:30 p.m.: Luncheon speaker, Idaho Department of Health and Welfare Director Dave Jeppesen.

1:15 p.m.: Roger Quarles, Executive Director, J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Family Foundation: The Idaho at Risk Report and its connection to healthcare. “The realities of educational attainment and its correlation to overall health.”

2:15 p.m. Networking break.

2:45 p.m.: Dr. Ted Epperly: From SHIP to the Healthcare Transformation Council of Idaho – the future of healthcare collaboration in Idaho.

3:30 p.m. End of conference.


May 16, 2019

FUNDSY Triple Crown benefiting the Peregrine Fund

FUNDSY is excited to announce a new special event to kick off fundraising efforts for our 2019/2020 beneficiary, The Peregrine Fund – World Center for Birds of Prey!

Put on your horse racing attire, grab a mint julep, play money, and join us for an evening of fun and horse racing to benefit a great cause! Pre-recorded horse racing televisions and betting is provided by A Night at the Races, then enter to win some fantastic raffle prizes, or take part in a live auction for incredible vacation packages!

The event will feature appetizers and open seating, with a few reserved tables for event sponsors.

The event will be held Thursday, May 16th from 6:00pm to 10:00pm in the Pioneer Room at JUMP.

Individual registration is $125 per person and includes a 12-month family membership to The World Center for Birds of Prey and a complimentary cocktail sponsored by 44 North Vodka.

May 16, 2019

American Heart Association 25th Anniversary Heart Walk


Event Day Information
What to expect at the Heart & Stroke Walk: Schedule, parking details, and FAQ.

We want to give a heartfelt thanks to our generous sponsors!

Survivor Story
Meet Katrina, a volunteer and stroke survivor from Detroit.

About the American Heart Association
Learn about our lifesaving mission and how you can help us achieve it.


Want to contact our Heart Walk team directly? Reach out to us for general questions or sponsorship inquiries. We’re around Monday – Friday from 8:30 am until 5:00 pm.

Brandi Keefe
Direct Line: (208) 965-0229

To sign up >>

May 16, 2019

St. Luke’s Foundation 27th Annual Charitable Estate Tax Strategy Seminar

3.75 CLE Credits available

For more on St. Luke’s Foundation and charitable estate tax >>

May 16, 2019

8th Annual Boise Technology Show presented by Fisher’s Technology

11:30am to 5:00pm l Lunch, Business Technology Trade Show, and Seminars

5:00pm to 7:00pm l Networking Reception (w/hosted drinks and appetizers)