My favorite piece of public art is the Vietnam Women’s Memorial in Washington, D.C. It evokes such an emotional response about the compassion, selfless service, angst, and pain of the nurses who were largely overlooked, taken for granted and in many cases forgotten.
Patrick O’Brian’s “Master and Commander.”
If I could change anything it would be to add a commuter train service throughout the region.
Take walks along the Greenbelt and in the parks with my family.
It’s the people. The people in the Treasure Valley are friendly, warm, interesting, smart and very community-oriented. It makes for a great place to live.
So many great breweries.
A positive impact on our community.
Skip Oppenheimer. I am just amazed at all of the different endeavors Skip is engaged in with business, community, service and philanthropy. If there were a person that embodied success and giving back to one’s community on every level, it would be Skip.
Obviously, given my organization, education is central to my identity. I am not only an administrator at the University of Idaho, but a teacher as well. My experience as a teacher has shown me the value of engaging in educational activities that reach out to a large audience. The more people you reach, the higher the chances are that you will provide them with an inspirational moment or give them their own “aha” moment.
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