The Eagles Hardy Bunch recently received the award for outstanding achievement for participation in the Adopt A Highway litter program from the Idaho Transportation Department.
Members of the Eagles Hardy Bunch are; Dick and Jo Anne Rouse, Charles and Barb Clanton, Jack and Evelyn Fry, Don and Gen Thomas, Cecil and Bonnie Grant, and Lyle and Velma Anderson.
The group, which has been with the program since it began in 1991, is responsible for the two-mile stretch of Interstate 90 at the Fourth of July Pass summit.
The group gained recognition for cleaning up its chosen stretch of highway as well as maintaining the whole Fourth of July Pass, the snowmobile parking area, the campground and the on/off ramps.
Christine D. Everts, Coeur d’Alene, has earned a master’s degree in criminal justice with an emphasis in victimology from Washington State University.
Everts, daughter of Daniel and Janice Everts of Coeur d’Alene, is a 1986 Coeur d’Alene High School graduate and currently works at the Coeur d’Alene Women’s Shelter in violence prevention and holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Idaho.
The Kootenai Medical Center Foundation elected new officers and directors at the annual meeting: Alan Markizon, a new board member elected for a three-year term; Dr. Tim Quinn and Richard Leichner, re-elected as board members; Marilyn Montgomery, Gary Schneidmiller and Ron Bremer, current board members; Joe Morris, KMC chief executive officer as ex-offico member; and Jim Faucher, serving as executive director.
Brook Maze, a 17-year-old senior at Kellogg High School, recently received the Youth Citizenship Award and a $500 cash award from Soroptimist International of Coeur d’Alene.
The award recognizes outstanding contributions made by young people to communities, schools, countries, homes and the world. Maze will use the money to help with college and is now eligible for the regional and federation-level awards.
P. J. Miller, a social science major at Lewis-Clark State College and the mother of four, has been chosen as the Coeur d’Alene Rotary Scholar of the Month.
Miller, who maintains a 3.8 cumulative grade-point average, is president of the LCSC organization for honor students called the Ambassadors Program and is a member of the local LCSC advisory board.
She is also a member of the KMC Festival of Trees fund-raising committee and chairs the luncheon fashion show committee as well as being involved in retreats for Women of Domestic Violence.
Miller plans to continue her education and seek a master’s degree after her graduation from LCSC.
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