HUBBLE HERO HOUSE TO BENEFIT 7 VALLEY CHARITIES
Hubble Homes is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year and has broken ground on their Greyhawk community, Hubble Hero House, in Kuna. Hubble Homes and its many trade partners donate labor to construct, materials to build, then sell, giving one hundred percent of the proceeds from the sale to seven charities: Advocates Against Family Violence, Alliance Serving Kuna/Kuna Food Bank, Boys & Girls Clubs of Ada & Canyon County, Camp Rainbow Gold, Idaho Humane Society, Idaho Crisis & Suicide Hotline, and Women’s and Children’s Alliance. Don Hubble and Kuna Mayor Joe Stear had the honour of making the first dig in April with the 2022 hero home expected to be listed for salethis fall and the proceeds from the sale, expected to exceed $500,000, being donated to this year’s seven valley charities. HubbleHomes.com
DECKED ACQUIRES CARGOGLIDE
DECKED, based in Ketchum has acquired CargoGlide which is headquartered in St. George, Utah. “We are very excited to bring CargoGlide into the DECKED family,” said DECKED GM, Jake Peters.
DECKED produces Drawer Systems for pickup trucks, which add all-weather storage without compromising on bed space or payload. CargoGlide Slides extend the cargo floor off the back of trucks, vans, and SUV’s, up to 100% extension, making loading and unloading gear easy and more accessible. Customers often combine the two products, DECKED’s Drawer System with CargoGlide’s sliding cargo floor on top. DECKED.com
WELCOME TO IDAHO’S AGRICULTURAL PAST
The historic Schick-Ostolasa Farmstead is located in the foothills north of Boise, 15 minutes from downtown.
The farmstead was inhabited from the 1860s - 2005. It is the longest continuously inhabited home in the state of Idaho.
Today, the preserved Farmstead site covers 2 acres along Dry Creek, with seven historic farm buildings: the Farmhouse, a Detached Red Cookhouse and Spring House (called the Red House), Root Cellar, Woodshed, Saddle Shed, Granary, and a Horse Barn.
The historic site was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2006 for its regional significance as an outstanding example of early homesteading in Idaho, and 19th & 20th century agriculture in the West.
The Dry Creek Historical Society, Inc. is an Idaho 501(c)(3) charitable nonprofit organization established to preserve the rural agricultural heritage of the Dry Creek Valley, Idaho. Their primary tenets are not only to preserve the Farmstead and property but also to educate. They do this through our School Tours, Events, Farmhouse Tours (May - September), Newsletters, etc. Visit DryCreekHistory.org for more information on the history and to schedule your tour.
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