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What Do We Value and How do We Preserve That Given Growth?

By February 13, 2022February 18th, 2022Media Coverage

Story By Karen Bossick

Can cherished moments like this one experienced by Anne Jeffery—a member of the Wood River Women’s Foundation—be preserved for future generations?

“Maintaining Community Values while Balancing Growth” will be the subject of the Third Annual Community State of the Valley Forum on Tuesday.

The Wood River Women’s Foundation will host the forum from 3 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 15, at Ketchum’s Community Library. The event is open to the public and will include Livestream, as well as an in-person gathering.

Former State Rep. Wendy Jaquet will moderate the forum. Participants will be:

  • Jim Foudy, superintendent of the Blaine County School District
  • Josh Johnson, Central Idaho conservation associate for the Idaho Conservation League
  • Michelle Griffith, executive director of ARCH Community Housing Trust, and
  • Mark Davidson, executive director of Blaine County Recreation District.

They will address such questions as: