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Arbon Valley – The Best Place on Earth
Arbon Valley – The Best Place on Earth Arbon Valley has gone through changes over the past 100 years just like any town has.  However, if you see an old photo of your great-grandpa standing on a street with his field behind him, chances are you could pick out that spot and it would look exactly the same today.  This town is full of rich history as well as kind and honest people.
“Have you ever been down to Arbon Valley ?
I spend a lot of time there in my mind.
And if God doesn’t live in Arbon Valley,
I’ll bet that’s where he spends most of his time.”

2018 Hay Days – This Friday!

8th Annual

Arbon Hay Days

Everyone is invited!

You are invited to the 8th annual Arbon Hay Days on Friday, July 6th! If you live in Arbon, lived here in the past, want to live here, or are a friend of someone who lives here, you are invited (in short, absolutely everyone is invited). There will be plenty of food, shade from the sun, and a good time visiting with neighbors. Come and enjoy an evening of fun and relaxation.

Event Details

Date: Friday, July 6th

Location: Hayden’s Pond (click to see a map).  There will be plenty of signs to direct you to the location on the day of the event.

Starts: 5:30 PM

Dinner: 6:00 PM (Grilled burgers and hotdogs provided)

Bring: Camp chairs to sit on, salad and/or dessert to share

Questions: Call Michelle Hayden @ (208) 335-2324 or Jacob Andersen @ 208-932-4040.

The parking layout will be similar to last year.  We’ll have signs to help guide you but the entrance for parking will be just above (North) of the regular entrance.  Here is an image that shows how the parking will be.  There will also be handicap parking with shuttle services near the pond (watch for signs).

Arbon Bake Sale

We’re going to have a baked food sale the night of the bus recognition this Friday, June 29th, from 7 to 9 at the Arbon school. The proceeds will go to a family in the valley that really could use some help. If you can bring something to the bake sale, that would be appreciated.  Either way, we appreciate your support!

Celebration of Life – Loretta Johnson

A Celebration of Life will be held on June 30th, 2018 at the LDS Pavillion or Church (weather deciding) for Loretta B Johnson. If you have anything that she made that you want to share, then bring it along with your stories.  The event will start at 10 A.M followed by a picnic of hot dogs and hamburgers.

Everyone is invited.

Bus Driver Appreciation Ice Cream Social

Save the date! Friday, June 29th, from 7 to 9 at the Arbon school.
Bus Driver Appreciation ice cream social.

Ice cream will be provided, but please bring one favorite topping (per family) to share – fruit, nuts M&M’s, crush candy bars, syrups, etc. Hope you can come honor our bus drivers for keeping our kids safe!

Want Ad – Rene Bradley

I am searching for a person or persons who will be willing to work as my Assistant at the Eastern Idaho State Fair.

It for 9 days the 1st of Sept.  The pay is not great, but the people you would be working with are.  I am hoping that this person or persons would be willing to train and take over my position as Beef Superintendent.  The work is not hard, the days can be long (8 to 8), but you get  free parking for a camper and your vehicle, plus free passes to get into the fair. AND the Fair Board invites us for 2 dinners each year, one before the fair and one after. FREE FOOD!!!

I love working at the fair, the folks are so nice, plus you get to see all the different breeds of cattle.  I have spent the last 10 years working to build the numbers up in the barns and am looking for someone who will continue to work towards this goal.

The Fair will be undergoing some changes in the near future and I had hoped to be able to stay until that happened, but although my mind is willing my body is telling me that I have to think about quitting.

The qualifications are:

+ Like cattle and working with people.

+ Have a fairly even temper and be able to solve problems without becoming angry.

+ Ages between 25 and 65, man or woman. Preferably with no small children that would need to be at the fair all the time.

+ Be able to work without direct supervision.  If you see something that needs done, do it!

If you or someone you know would like to talk about this great job opportunity, please call me or have them call me, or give me their phone number.

Thanks,

Rene’ Bradley

208-335-2108

Bus Driver & Mechanic Position Opening

Arbon Elementary #383

4405 Arbon Valley Hwy

Arbon, ID 83212

NOTICE

BUS DRIVER & MECHANIC POSITION OPENING

The school board of Arbon Elementary #383 are accepting applications for the position of bus driver and mechanic for the south end of the valley.  This position is for the 2018-2019 school year. The job description and salary will be discussed during interviews. The person hired would also have to be fingerprinted for a background check.

Application may be requested by mail, phone (335-2197 or 208-731-2592), or email, christie.evans@arbonvalley.com.

Application may be dropped off at the Arbon School, sent to Arbon Elementary School #383, Christie Evans, Business Manager, 4405 Arbon Valley Highway, Arbon, ID 83212, or emailed.

If you have any questions, you may contact any board members Jake Evans 208-335-2176, Jason Williams 208-335-2259, or Jessica Ward 208-335-2267.

May 1st, 2018

Christie Evans

Arbon Elementary #383

Business Manager/District Clerk

(208) 335-2197