Cancer is a part of many of our lives. From knowing someone who has battled to battling yourself. In downtown Boise you will find a moving set of quotes and artful pieces to encourage, relate to and inspire cancer survivors and cancer warriors who are still fighting.
The Richard & Annette Bloche Cancer Survivor Plaza is located at the far end of Julia Davis Park across from Whole Foods. It was designed to take visitors on a reflective journey through the 'Positive Mental Attitude Walk'. The walk takes you on a path surrounded by inspirational and instructional messages.
If you're exercising to the point that you're out of breath, you're doing yourself a huge favor. They've increased the amount of cardio we should be getting each week, and this number alone is enough to knock the wind out of you.
I blame my recent obsession with my Cricut machine and the vinyl/paper crafts I've been making with it as the reason why I haven't been to a "Paint Nite" in a while! But when I saw which cause was hosting this one, I knew it was time to brush off my smock!
I have lived in other cities, but I have never lived anywhere that's as driven and dedicated to giving back to the community as the Treasure Valley.
I am so proud of our people and community as a whole when I see stories like this.
Zero Six Coffee Fix on Parkcenter in Boise (404 E Parkcenter Blvd) is a coffee shop that believes in all things local and donating money back into the hardworking peopl