Written by Kim Holloway and Stacey Hopstad
Seventy two girls flocked to the Jim Hall Foothills Learning Center on a hot August day for the second annual Boise Wild Skills. We were excited to welcome back some of our favorite community partners; Outdoor Exchange, Air St. Luke’s, Idaho Mountain Search and Rescue, and Albertsons. New to Wild Skills Boise this year, was the addition of a mountain biking station. We were thrilled to include Boise Bicycle Project to round our group of awesome community organizations who support our event as station leaders. The girls started off the day meeting girls their own age in their color coded teams. Boise Ambassador, Nicole Jorgenson, then lead them through 15 minutes of yoga to get them warmed up and mentally focused for the big day ahead.
To learn more about our community partners, visit them at: Albertsons: http://www.albertsons.com Boise Bicycle Project: http://www.boisebicycleproject.org/ Idaho Mountain Search and Rescue: http://www.imsaru.org/ Outdoor Exchange: http://www.outdoor-exchange.com/ St. Luke’s: https://www.stlukesonline.org/ We look forward to Wild Skills 2018!