St. Luke’s Accepts Applications for Health Fund
TWIN FALLS • Each year, St. Luke’s Magic Valley supports projects and organizations that further its mission through the Community Health Improvement Fund.
Through March 6 the hospital will be accepting applications for projects addressing access to care, adult and teen weight management and fitness, injury and violence, diabetes and behavioral health. Applicants must address one or more of these priorities and are expected to demonstrate collaboration and coordination with other community organizations, including St. Luke’s Magic Valley.
Funding commences April 30. Information: 208-814-0014.
Groups Recognize Glanbia Employee
ThomasNet and Institute for Supply Management (ISM) recently unveiled the winners of their first “30 Under 30 Rising Supply Chain Stars” Recognition Program, a jointly sponsored initiative to advance the future of the supply chain profession.
Jenna Benkula, an employee at Glanbia Foods in Twin Falls, is among the 30 professionals being recognized.
At age 30 or younger, these outstanding professionals have made significant contributions to their organizations, professional associations and the supply chain industry at large.
“The caliber of the nominations we received was truly inspiring. These ‘30 under 30’ are representative of a generation that’s ready to lead and make a difference. Their accomplishments demonstrate that Millennials are clearly capable of driving real results for their employers,” said Tom Derry, Chief Executive Officer, ISM.
Dot Foods Promotes Soto to General Manager
BURLEY • Dot Foods, the nation’s largest food industry redistributor, has announced the promotion of Anthony Soto to general manager of the company’s Idaho distribution center in Burley. Senior Vice President of Warehousing John Long made the announcement.
“Anthony has been a great asset since he joined the Dot Foods family seven years ago,” Long said. “In that time he’s held numerous roles and taken on an increasing amount of responsibility in the warehouse, and he’ll put that experience to good use leading our team in Burley.”
Soto started with Dot Foods in 2008 as a warehouse specialist.
Soto and his wife Hayley are both Burley natives.
Lambert Earns Fellowship Status
Dr. Mark C. Lambert of Twin Falls earned fellowship status in the International Congress of Oral Implantologists last summer.
The awarding of fellowship status is an honor which a professional society such as the ICOI bestows on a dental professional involved in dental implant treatment. The ICOI has a fellowship program in which active members are encouraged to achieve fellowship status through their efforts in education, research and actual clinical experience.
The ICOI is a tax-exempty, nonprofit, worldwide dental educational association.
Brown Joins KW Luxury Home Group
KW has announced that Susan F. Brown has joined the ranks of KW Luxury Homes International.
Brown has been helping buyers and sellers in the Magic Valley for over 14 years. She is well acquainted with the high-end home market as she is married to a luxury home builder, Dan Brown.
“With more than 14 years of experience in serving affluent buyers and sellers, we know that Susan brings a tremendous amount of influence and experience to our team.” said Kathleen Hale, team leader.
With more than 1,600 members, KW Luxury Homes International is the luxury properties arm of Keller Williams Realty, the largest real estate franchise company in North America.
Jerome Chamber Plans Banquet
JEROME • The Jerome Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet will be held 6 p.m. on March 13 at the Best Western Sawtooth Inn in Jerome. Tickets are $20 per person. For more information or to RSVP please email Director@VisitJeromeIdaho.com
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