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This season's Idaho Stars!     WhatZup Idaho?

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2004 Stars

Natalie of Pullman, Washington

Watch it here! Natalie of Pullman, Washington, volunteers at Gritman Medical Center in Moscow, Idaho, to help expecting mothers prepare to have their babies. Natalie has volunteered at Gritman for the past two years. Way to Zoom Into Action Natalie.

Watch it here! Natalie of Pullman, Washington, volunteers at Gritman Medical Center in Moscow, Idaho, to help expecting mothers prepare to have their babies. Natalie has volunteered at Gritman for the past two years. Way to Zoom Into Action Natalie.


Natalie
of Pullman, Washington

Watch it here! Natalie of Pullman, Washington, volunteers at Gritman Medical Center in Moscow, Idaho, to help expecting mothers prepare to have their babies. Natalie has volunteered at Gritman for the past two years. Way to Zoom Into Action Natalie.

Watch it here! In Fernwood, Idaho, Upriver Elementary second graders make pumpkins for the local senior citizens. Each month, the students make a different treat for the seniors. Katelynn says, "The senior citizens are special to me and I like them a lot." Fernwood's students encourage others to "Zoom Into Action."


Girl Scout Troop #448
of Ketchum, Idaho

Watch it here! Ketchum, Idaho, Girl Scout Troop #448 works hard to build bluebird nesting boxes that they install near area golf courses for bluebirds to have a safe habitat. The troop has helped the bluebird population in the area because of their efforts. Making a difference is rewarding. Thanks Troop #448!

Watch it here! Mary Miller's Third-grade class at West Park Elementary in Moscow, Idaho, sample predication data for the Palouse Clearwater Environmental Institute to determine the recharge into Paradise Creek. The data is valuable for the University of Idaho to monitor the creek. The students encourage others to get out and help the environment!

Watch it here! Girl Scout Troop #341 makes decorations for the national Christmas tree, which came from Idaho. The girls create the ornaments with handmade paper using molds and then paint the ornaments. The volunteer project is fun for everyone.


POP Club
of Lewiston, Idaho

Watch it here! The Lewiston POP Club provide care for local children while their parents attend a drug prevention meeting. Club members dedicate time each month for various volunteer projects to ensure they give back to their community. Good job Lewiston POP Club!


Tyler
of Meridian, Idaho

Watch it here! Seven-year-old Tyler is a student in Meridian, Idaho. Tyler wanted to help the local homeless shelter, the Boise Rescue Mission, get more supplies. He collected food from local grocery stores and area neighborhoods for the shelter. He raised enough food to fill his garage. The shelter grateful to receive Tyler's help.

Watch it here! Lewiston Youth Volunteer Program students, including Sonja, Jared and Shayla, carve pumpkins for senior citizens at Life Care in Lewiston, Idaho. Jared says he enjoys volunteering because It makes me a very happy person its a blast, how can you beat it?


Eleven-year-old Alora
of Boise, Idaho

Watch it here! Eleven-year-old Alora, of Boise, Idaho, spends her free time gathering cans from a local hotel to recycle. Alora takes the cans to a recycling center to collect money and gives the profit she earns to the Ronald McDonald House in Boise. Alora is a great example of how others can zoom into action!

Watch it here! Ms. Schroeder's kindergarten class from West Park Elementary in Moscow, Idaho, spends time at the Good Samaritan Village to make Halloween decorations for seniors. The goal is to brighten their facility with fun-colored pumpkins and cut-outs. Way to give back to your community West Park students!

2003 Stars

Watch it here! The pediatric wing at St. Lukes Hospital in Boise receive homemade teddy bears from an Adams Elementary fourth grade class. Good job boys and girls!

Watch it here! Adams Elementary kindergarteners help local war veterans feel loved for Valentine's Day by decorating hand-made Valentine's cards for the verterans. Thanks Adams students for making a difference.!

Watch it here! Longfellow Elementary students in Boise work to collect valuable supplies for another school in Zimbabwe. The students organized and implemented their project which strived to help others in need. Way to help out guys!

Watch it here! Students from Mrs. Wolff's first grade class in St. Maries, Idaho, wrote and illustrated Halloween stories to share with the residents of the Good Samaritan Retirement Home in their hometown. Everyone had a great time celebrating the goblins and ghosts of Halloween with original stories and a special play put on my the students.


Molly J. and Bradley K.
of Moscow, Idaho

Watch it here! Molly J. and Bradley K., along with fellow students at Lena Whitmore Elementary in Moscow, Idaho, collected hundreds of cans of food for their food drive. Each grade level challenged each other to raise the most food to give to families in need. Great work Molly and Bradley!


Karter
of Moscow, Idaho

Watch it here! Karter of McDonald Elementary in Moscow, Idaho, volunteered to read his favorite children's stories to residents at the Samatarian Village. Karter was joined by several other classmates to read books with the residents. Way to help out your community Karter!

Jacob and Geoff of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho

Watch it here! In North Idaho, two Coeur d'Alene Boy Scout Troop members, Jacob and Geoff, gathered food donations in their community for the national Boy Scouts of America food drive. Their troop, # 202, collected 1,000 pounds of food to give to the less fortunate during the holiday season. Great going guys!

Mikel and Nate of Moscow, Idaho

Watch it here! Mikel and Nate produced a special video to honor local police, fire fighters and EMS personnel for the important services they provide citizens. Way to go Mikel and Nate.


Alissa and Kaylee
of Moscow, Idaho

Watch it here! Alissa and Kaylee spend much of their spare time volunteering for the group, Insomnia Outbreak. With other students, Alissa and Kaylee work to plan events for local teenagers as an alternative to doing drugs and alcohol. Great job Kaylee and Alissa, keep up the hard work!

Stephanie and Jared of Lewiston, Idaho

Watch it here! High school students Stephanie and Jared of Lewiston, Idaho are members of the Lewiston Youth Volunteer program. The two organized the Adopt-a-Street litter program in Lewiston to help clean up their home town. Way to Zoom Into Action guys!

Julia and Jared of Lewiston, Idaho

Watch it here! Members of the Lewiston Youth Volunteer program make puppets, bookmarks and read books with younger kids. Among the students featured are Julia and Jared who devote extra time to promote literacy and creative thought in grade-school students. Great job guys!

Watch it here! Girl Scout Troop #221 participated in Rake Up Boise. The girls cleaned and raked leaves on the property for an elderly blind woman. Great job girls!

Watch it here!Girl Scout Silver Sage Troop #816 in Boise, Idaho, hosted a community baby shower for mothers in need. They asked for donations of baby items to give to the Salvation Army and other organizations that help children. Nice job girls!

Boy Scouts, of Caldwell, Idaho

Watch it here! Boy Scouts organized and implemented a food drive to aid the food bank. Food donations are collected and given to the Idaho Food Bank. Great job guys!

Boys and Girls Club, of Canyon County, Idaho

Watch it here! The Canyon County Boys and Girls Club collected Christmas trees and decorations from downtown Nampa merchants. They decorate the trees and distribute them to needy families in Nampa, Idaho. Wonderful work!

Watch it here!McMillan Elementary kindergarten through fifth grade students in Boise collected food items for the Idaho Food Bank last Christmas. Keep up the great work!

 

WhatZup Idaho?

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What do you think has been the greatest invention?

 

 

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