Movers & Shakers November 11, 2010
CareNet board take office for new term
The annual induction of CareNet's Board of Directors was completed and officers were introduced at the monthly meeting held Oct. 22 at Legends Park.
Julie Tastad, Executive Director at Creekside Inn, will serve as President of the association. Jason Ball, Community Relations Manager at The Four Seasons will serve as President-Elect. Lori Bowman, Sales Adviser at Fairwinds - Coeur d'Alene will serve as Secretary. Peggy Fairfield, KMC Lifeline Program Manager, will complete a second term as Treasurer.
CareNet's mission is to provide a forum for North Idaho senior service providers and other professionals to develop integrated, community-based resources for older adults in the region through networking, philanthropy and education.
During the 2009-10 term, CareNet donated over $4500 to organizations benefiting elders in the North Idaho community. CareNet also sponsors events such as the Rake-n-Run and Senior Tea.
CareNet is accepting annual membership dues and applications for the 2010-11 term. The association currently has 65 members, representing 42 organizations. Membership information can be obtained by contacting any of the officers at their primary business locations.
River City Chiropractic moves
River City Chiropractic, owned by Scott Crawford, has moved to 1109 E Polston Ave. from 609 E. Calgary Court, Post Falls.
The new location gives the business more space, with 1,900 square feet, as well as a location next to Peak Fitness and Super 1 grocery store.
River City Chiropractic employs six.
Hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday by appointment.
State Bar honors attorneys, retirees
The Idaho State Bar and Idaho Law Foundation honored local attorneys at its annual Resolution Meeting on Nov. 9 at the Coeur d'Alene Hampton Inn & Suites. It also honored retiring judges.
The Idaho State Bar Board of Commissioners has selected Honorable James R. Michaud as a winner of the Denise O'Donnell Day Pro Bono Award for performing exceptional volunteer legal work.
Michaud, of Sagle, established an Advice and Counsel Program that is co-sponsored by Transitions in Progress, a nonprofit organization that helps people who are homeless or victims of domestic violence.
Dennis M. "Denny" Davis earned the Idaho State Bar's Professionalism Award for his outstanding courtesy, cooperation, respect, diligence, candor and competence.
Davis, a shareholder and board member in the law firm of Witherspoon Kelley has practiced law in North Idaho for more than 30 years, emphasizing in real estate law, creditors' rights and business law.
Retiring judge Charles W. Hosack, First District, Coeur d'Alene, has served 11 years on the bench and was also honored by the foundation.
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