BYU-Idaho | Stewardship-2015
Created 19-Feb-16
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Matt Grover (Fleet Services), Doug Sorensen (Maintenance), Craig Forbush (Mechanical/Plumbing), Steve Price (Electrical), Kyle Williams (Director), Cody Clark (Paint Shop), Greg Edwards (Carpenter ShoBYU-Idaho Education Week: Strengthening individual and families through lifelong learning. OmarA Pioneer trek leading to the Temple gave the youth a small taste of life with a handcart. Photo by Erik Hill.Graduates of the College of Agriculture and LIfe Sciences receive their diplomas.Wellness Activities planned and executed the Viking Race. Similar to a Spartan Race, competitors not only ran a race, but were required to complete obstacles.The Brigham Young University-Idaho Choir and Orchestra perform in the Patriots and Pioneers concert, with guest appearance by the Dallas Brass.The Brigham Young University-Idaho Choir and Orchestra perform in the Patriots and Pioneers concert, with guest appearance by the Dallas Brass.The magical story introduces a community of cats called the Jellicles who live at one corner of a trash dump. It enacts the night they make the “Jellicle Choice” that decides which cat will ascend toEmily McQueen,stay-at-home mother of five children and a volunteer, speaks at Power to Become.The new Heating Plant at BYU-Idaho is more environmentally friendly and also has the ability produce enough electricity to sell back to the grid which will help pay for the facility.Students go to the Civil Defense Caves as an activity at the BYU-Idaho Outdoor Activities program.President's Advancement Council.President Gilbert and his wife speak at their first devotional for the first time about fulfilling callings.Frost on the campus grounds.On her way to take a final on a frosty morning at BYU-Idaho.The Nativity in front of the Taylor Building.Music, Dance and Theatre combine with Musical guest performers Time for Three in the BYUI Christmas ConcertBYU-Idaho worked with the Teton Geotourism Center in Driggs, Idaho, creating a Wildlife and Geology exhibit of pieces from the Biology and Geology museums at BYU-Idaho. A ribbon cutting was held for aBYU-Idaho worked with the Teton Geotourism Center in Driggs, Idaho, creating a Wildlife and Geology exhibit of pieces from the Biology and Geology museums at BYU-Idaho. A ribbon cutting was held for aOne of the first actual Snow Day's on campus during the Fall Semester.

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