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Our Advisors

The Hagerman Valley Foundation is very pleased to have these professionals available as a significant resource for the operations of the Foundation.

Legal Advisor:  Michael Felton, Sr.

Graduating from the University of Idaho in 1962 with a BS in Business, Mike served as Police Judge in Moscow Idaho and also the Justice of the Peace during law school.  After law school in 1965, Mike was employed by Hepworth and Nungester in Buhl Idaho.  From 1966 to 1968, Mike was Twin Falls county prosecuting attorney, then became a partner with Hepworth, Nungester & Felton, a leading personal injury and wrongful death law firm.  ln 1988, Mike started his own firm and was joined by Mike, Jr in 1993. His practice has included personal injury, wrongful death, domestic relations and currently most aspects of estate planning, probate, trusts and guardianship/conservatorships.

Financial Advisor:  Armand Eckert

With a background in accounting, Armand is CEO of Melni Connectors and owner-operator of Magic Irrigators, Inc.  He is a former experienced Audit Manager at Arthur Andersen & Co.

Tourism Advisor:  Melissa Barry

As a native of Twin Falls, Melissa graduated from the University of Idaho with a degree in Resource Recreation and Tourism. She has worked in marketing, event management and sales, with the body of her work being with sporting good giant, Cabela’s.  Melissa brings expertise and a commitment to expanding the tourism market. “Southern Idaho is brimming with potential and an ideal platform for recreation and tourism,” she says.

Rural Development Advisor:  Julia Oxarango-Ingram

Southern Idaho Rural Development was formed in 2010 to help rural communities with business expansion, relocations, and new business development.  The Director, Julia Oxarango-Ingram, is responsible for working with several rural communities in Camas, Twin Falls, Gooding and Lincoln counties to establish economic development opportunities. The goal of this organization is to draw new businesses, expand local businesses, and help create jobs.  Most of our rural communities don’t have the means to hire their own economic development person,  so Ms. Ingram will utilize her skills as well as working with members of these communities, business and local government to help each of these small towns grow business and add jobs in their communities.

Historical Advisor:  Florence Mary Sandy

As a life-time resident of the community and still living in the house in which she was born, Florence Mary brings a wealth of historical knowledge and vitality to the Board and the community.

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HAGERMAN VALLEY NEWS
Hagerman Valley Roadside Stands

2018 SEASON EVENTS

Jun-Sep, Sat 11a-7p: Saturday Markets in Hagerman City Park. Live Music, kid's fun, crafts, art, food yard sales, the "Money Corner"

3rd Tues each Month, 4:30-6:30p: Mingle Mania Business Mixers with free appetizers!

April 20-22: Hagerman Bird Festival
May 15: Mingle Mania at Ace Hardware!
May 26: Giant Yard Sale, 11a-5p, City Park
June 2: Saturday Market & Kid's Fun, City Park
June 20: Mingle Mania At Idaho Guide Service & Billingsley Creek Lodge
June 29: FIREWORKS! 6p-10p City Park
June 30: Saturday Market & Bike-a-thon, Spike Coggins Band
July 18: Mingle Mania at Snake River Grill
July 21: Saturday Market Christmas in July & Kid's Water Fun
Aug 15: Mingle Mania
Aug 18: Saturday Market & "Hot Dogs of August" dog show
Sept 15:Classic Car Show, 8a-6p, City Park
Sep 18: Mingle Mania
Sept 22: Saturday Market & Art in the City Park
Oct 6: Fossil Day Parade 11a-4p, City Park
Oct 16: Mingle Mania
Nov 13: Mingle Mania
Dec 18: Mingle Mania
Dec 22: Christmas Caroling

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