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SEICAA will host the 2nd Annual Urban Invasion in conjunction with Muse and Old Town Pocatello. This unique urban 5k mixes crazy obstacle and team challenges for runners to complete. The course will run on both the East and West sides of Old Town Pocatello. Registration is now OPEN at active.com or by jumping to www.pokyurbaninvasion.com (or, by clicking on the tab on this page). Grab 3 of your favorite pals and register today!
What: Pocatello Urban Invasion
When: Saturday April 26, 2014 from 8am-1:00pm
Where: Starts and ends at Old Town Pavilion (420 N. Main)
Why: Raise funds for emergency services, GED needs, and new program initiatives by SEICAA.
Want more information about participating, entering an obstacle, or becoming a sponsor? Contact SEICAA at 232-1114 x113 or check out the "Poky Urban Invasion" on Facebook.
Southeastern Idaho Community Action Agency (SEICAA) is pleased to announce the completion of the 25th home in the Self-Help Housing Program! SEICAA will host an open house and welcomes the community to tour the home Thursday January 30, 2014 from 4:00-7:00pm. SEICAA’s Energy Star Certified home is located at 1824 Scottsdale in Pocatello. SEICAA’s Self-Help Housing Program builds homes in cooperation from pre-qualified buyers. SEICAA staff complete construction, with 50 hours sweat-equity labor provided by each homebuyer. SEICAA’s Self-Help Housing Program operates in all seven southeast Idaho counties. SEICAA’s Self-Help Housing Program emphasizes teamwork and community by bringing together pre-qualified participants who work together to build homes for themselves. For more information contact SEICAA at 232-1114 x 101.
The leaves are falling and that can only mean one thing...it's time for Stone Soup!
Bingham County SECICAA will be hosting the 10th annual Stone Soup fundraiser on October 9th 2013 at Mountain View Middle School in Blackfoot. Doors open at 5:30PM. The lesson of Stone Soup in Bingham County is very important to rural communities. Stone Soup shared amongst neighbors rich and poor symbolizes unity amongst the community. The funds raised from the Stone Soup fundraiser will be pooled together just like the garnishments of the Stone Soup to help those in Bingham County that need a hand up. Come out and support Bingham county Stone Soup. Soups will be provided by Bingham county businesses and organizations. Tickets are available at SEICAA in Blackfoot for $7/individual and $25/family. Prices at the door are $8/individual and $30/family, so hurry and purchase your tickets now. For more information contact SEICAA at 208-785-1583.
Bannock County SEICAA will be hosting the 25th annual Stone Soup fundraiser on October 21st 2013 at the Idaho State University Pond Student Union building. In this trying economic period the lesson of Stone Soup is very relevant to contemporary times. Simply put, in times of scarcity when the community pulls together, everyone has enough. Stone Soup is used by SEICAA to help those in our community as a hand up much like the soup is used in the story to give the travelers a hand up. Please come and support the Stone Soup celebration by coming together and making sure that everyone has some. Soups will be provided by local area businesses. Tickets are available at 825 E. Bridger in Pocatello and the cost is $7 for a single or $25 for a family, tickets at the door will increase so purchase your tickets in advance. Doors open at 5:00PM. Contact SEICAA at 208-232-1114 x126 for more information.