Helping to update and improve the Homedale Public Library will make learning and playing more enjoyable for over 1,400 Pre-K to senior citizen patrons.
Reading is the foundation for learning. Therefore, by making some much needed updates and improvements to the public library in the city of Homedale, Together Treasure Valley’s donation of $11,700 will make learning and playing more enjoyable for over 1,400 patrons. The Homedale library was built in 1980, and still has the original carpet, book stacks and desks. The Together partners are excited to provide the funds to help make some much needed modernizations.
Homedale is a city in Owyhee County, and rests peacefully on the banks of the Snake River. With a population base just over 2,600 it is a welcoming small town community with a variety of small farms, orchards and seasonal fruit stands and of course, Idaho’s treasured vineyards. Located 37 miles from downtown Boise, Homedale boasts an active, thriving community with many amenities you might not expect to find in a small town.
Together Treasure Valley is a Treasure Valley-wide concept, launched in April 2106, to do good in our community and celebrate what a great place the Valley is to live and work. Area businesses have joined together and are making a significant investment in funding this and other initiatives. The goal is to work together to identify and fund projects that will make the Treasure Valley an even better place. Together Treasure Valley 2017 partners include Albertsons, Boise Airport, CBH Homes, Colliers International, Delta Dental of Idaho, Engineered Structures, Inc., Holland & Hart, Idaho Central Credit Union, Idaho Power Company, Idaho Statesman, Intermountain Gas Company, Jacksons, Lyle Pearson, Oppenheimer Companies, Inc., Regence BlueShield of Idaho, Saint Alphonsus Health System, St. Luke’s, United Heritage, University of Idaho and Wells Fargo.SUBMIT IDEAS