Notices

The Elmore County Citizens on Patrol is a group of volunteer community members engaged in neighborhood watch patrols and other assigned duties as assigned by the Elmore County watch patrols and other assigned duties as assigned by the Elmore County Sheriffs Department. We are actively seeking additional members who would be willing to dedicate a few hours each month by patrolling the county, providing traffic control as needed, and any other assistance that the Sheriff requests of us. You must be 21 years old to become a member . For more information, contact Cliff Hare at 208-590-9354.02nptfn
Al-Anon (New Beginnings), Thursdays noon. Tuesdays 6PM. Church of the Nazarene. 950 N. 7th E. (in the trailer in parking lot) For more info contact Barrie @ 936-433-6131, Becke @ 208-985-6473. nptfnc
"We Need You" The Citizens on Patrol (COP) are a team of volunteers dedicated to assisting the Mountain Home Police Department in keeping our community safe. If you want to give back to the community by being part of our team, contact Corporal Stan Winings at the Mountain Home Police Department at (208) 587-2101 or any COP member. Web Site: mountainhomepdvips.samariteam.com/default.aspxnptfnc
Free Adult Community Support Group (S.H.A.R.E.) with licensed counselors. Thursday evenings 6pm-7:30pm at the Jones Center, 950 N 7th E, (across from parking lot of Nazarene Church) 598-1811.34nptfn
Pregnant? Distressed? Birthright can help you. Our many services include free pregnancy tests, community resource information, and a place to explore and discuss your options and feelings . . . without pressure, with all the facts. Birthright, 342-1898, 1-800-550-4900. nptfnc
Are you an Active Duty Military member or DOD Civilian employee? The Sexual Assault Response Office needs your help! Do you have compassion and empathy for sexual assault victims? Become a Victim Advocate! Make a difference in someone else's life today. Call 828-6622 or 828-7272 for details.nptfnc
Wanted: Volunteers to help run Elmore County Domestic Violence Crisis Hotline. Also looking for bi-lingual volunteers for the Crisis Line and advocates to work directly with victims. Volunteer training provided. Please call 590-0379. nptfnc
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings. Tues. & Wed. 12 noon. Church of The Nazarene, 950 N 7th E Street. Trailer across from church. Contact: 208-283-2620 for info. Spanish Available. nptfn
Alcoholics Anonymous -Mountain Home Group. St. James Episcopal Church, 315 N. 3rd E. Rear door off alleyway- we leave the light on. 8pm - Mon, Thur, Fri, Sat, 6pm - Tue, Wed, Fri. Sun 6pm 2 hour "Joe & Charlie" Big Book Study. 6:30pm Group Conscience 1st Thur of every month. 6:30 Potluck/Speaker meeting 3rd Thursday of every month. nptfnc
Alcoholics Anonymous -Mountain Home Group. St. James Episcopal Church, 315 N. 3rd E. Rear door off alleyway?we leave the light on. 8pm - Mon, Thur, Fri, Sat, 6pm - Tue, Wed, Fri. Sun 6pm 2 hour ?Joe & Charlie? Big Book Study. 6:30pm Group Conscience 1st Thur of every month. 6:30 Potluck/Speaker meeting 3rd Thursday of every month. nptfnc
The Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Chapter Jim McNamar #17 meets the first Thursday of every month at 7:30 pm and 6:30 pm for dinner. If you're a disabled veteran, bring your appetite and join us. We meet at the War Memorial Hall on E. 2nd South Street. nptfnc
Volunteers needed to work four hour shifts at the Desert Mountain Visitor Center. Greet and assist people from all over the world in an enjoyable atmosphere. For more information or to volunteer, call Renae at 587-4334.nptfnc
St. Luke’s Elmore is looking for volunteers to provide service in many areas, as well as ER Angels and Registration Guides. For more information, contact Volunteer Coordinator, Christine Hastings 587-6290. nptfn
Could you advocate for an abused or neglected child in Elmore County? CASA needs volunteers. Call 345-3344 for more information.nptfnc
Enlisted Spouses Club. The Mountain Home ESC holds its meetings every first Tuesday of every month from 6:00 p.m. at the Gunfighter Kids Gym. To learn more about joining the ESC, e-mail mthmafbesc@gmail.com or visit their Facebook page. nptfn
Gunfighter VFW Post 5423 meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month at the Legion Hall. Dinner at 6pm, meeting 7pm. All Veterans of Foreign Wars are welcome.nptfnc
Narcotics Anonymous “Insanity to Serenity” Thursday nights at 8 pm. Sundays at Noon. Located at 795 S 5th W, Mtn. Home Parks & Rec Building. Handicap Accessible. nptfn
Glenns Ferry A.A. meeting, Thursdays 7:00 - 8:00, 461 S. Oneida St. For more information call Jan H 866-3519 or Verland 590-0525. nptfn
Veterans needing assistance with benefits and programs of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), and other military-related matters may contact the American Legion Post 26 Service Officer at 208-599-2839.nptfn
Bereavement Support Group every 1st and 3rd Tuesday from 6pm - 7pm. Also on the 4th Saturday of each month from 10am - 11am. At 560 N. 6th E. Horizon Home Health & Hospice. nptfnc
The High Desert Prospectors of Mountain Home meets the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. at the Mountain Home RV Resort on American Legion. Everyone welcome, Come check us out. 587-6608.28nptfn
Society of St. Vincent de Paul food pantry, located at Our Lady of Good Counsel Hall, 342 E Jackson St., is open for walk-ins the fourth Tuesday of each month 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm. Entry for the food pantry is on the side of the hall using the doors on the alley entrance. nptfn
Overeaters Anonymous meeting at 7pm Thursdays. 245 E. 6th S. Questions? Elizabeth 724-3608.24tfnc
The High Desert Travelers RV chapter of the Good Sam Club meets the 4th Wednesday of every month 6:00 pm (social hour) 7:00 pm (meeting) at El Herradero’s restaurant in Stardust Plaza. Everyone welcome. Check us out at: idahogoodsam.org/chapter.22nptfn
Friends of the NRA. Looking for dedicated volunteers. 208-850-2788.46nptfn
AA Serenity Meeting. Wednesday Noon; Friday noon; Friday 10PM. 430 N 10th E.nptfn
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