2015 Annual Picnic -Memory Slide Show

EENA would like to thank each of you for being a part of our neighborhood and coming out to celebrate another year.  If you would like to see a few pictures that were taken of the event (unedited) watch the attached photo slide.  If it doesn’t work, please follow the link below.  A very special thank you to Michael Jay Shaw and his players for bringing some beautiful music to Quarry View, M&W Market for food/ paper products, Roosevelt Market for delicious cookies, Bob Bennett for being the Grill Master, and to all our flyer delivery people.


Youtube link https://youtu.be/1ogKlaTrAiE



THIS WEEKEND: Saturday Fit One Event Road Closures; Sunday Neighborhood Picnic

The final weekend of September comes with summer-like weather and busy happenings in the neighborhood.  Saturday is the FitOne 5K Family, Run, Walk and Stroll, 10K and Half Marathon on Saturday, September 26th.  This year the 10K and Half Marathon course run through the beautiful east end area. Neighbors should have all received a road closure notification in the mail, but to make sure you are all in the loop the map is shown here.


To focus more on the East End below is a clipped version of the map


Take note of the times when the roads will be closed or reduced to a single lane!

Then on Sunday is our annual picnic.

EENA Picnic Flyer-1

Please try to come to the picnic on Sunday evening at Quarry View Park and share a meal with neighbors and friends.

Volunteer for Foothills Trail Survey Sept 19, 26

Do you have a passion for the Boise Foothills? If you answered yes, then this is the event for you!

Volunteers are needed to conduct a survey of trail users who visit the Foothills during the day on Saturday, September 19th (3 trail heads at Bogus Basin), and September 26th (16 trail heads in or near Boise).

Rehab Work is Evident on Castle Rock 06/01/2011

Castle Rock

On Sep. 26th Ridge to Rivers will conduct the annual Trail User Survey at 16 Foothills trail heads. Results will be reflected in our trail system.
Volunteers will do 4 hour shifts at a trail head of their choice, handing out a one page survey for trail users to fill out.Both days are divided into three 4 hour shifts: 7am – 11am, 11am – 3pm, 3pm – 7pm.
To sign up, go to http://bit.ly/TendingOurFoothills, or just contact Ulrich Kamm, Survey Coordinator, at ukamm@cityofboise.org, 208-343-4151, or Jerry Pugh, Community Programs Coordinator, at jpugh@cityofboise.org, 208-608-7617

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