Our Board

OUR MISSION is to improve livability within Hagerman Valley through philanthropic leadership and community service to its residents and visitors.

Director:  CJ Holmes

C.J. Holmes recently retired after 17 years representing hundreds of clients as an independent California real estate broker.  Her marketing, sales and promotional experience, developed over years, also includes co-owning a small woodworking business, managing a small accounting software firm, publishing a For Sale By Owner guide, developing and teaching dozens of computer software classes and marketing computer software solutions.  For several years she helped owners fight fraudulent bank foreclosure by traveling throughout California giving seminars, live-streaming, tweeting and website posting.  She is very committed to improving the Hagerman Valley economic climate and physical environment.

Director:  William Thorpe

Bill Thorpe is a retired Financial Executive with broad financial and operating experience in the transaction processing, building materials, consumer products, financial services and healthcare industries. His experience at both corporate and operating levels includes all aspects of financial reporting, acquisitions and divestitures, all forms of financing and all types of accounting processes and internal controls, including Sarbanes Oxley.

Director:  Wade Peterson

Retiring to Hagerman in 2004, Wade Peterson became one of the first Charter Members of the Hagerman I.D.E.A. nonprofit organization which is now doing business as Hagerman Valley Foundation. He wanted to be involved in the community and really enjoyed the Blues Festival and is now back with the Foundation as the Executive Director of the Hagerman Jammin’ in the Park Festival held on September 2, 2017.

Director:  Julia Oxarango-Ingram

Director:  Stephanie Caudill


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2017 Roadside Stands


Jun 2-Oct 6, Sat 11a-7p: Saturday Markets in Hagerman City Park. Live Music, kid's fun, swap-meet: arts, crafts, food, yard sales.

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

May 26: Giant Yard Sale, 11a-5p, City Park
June 2: Saturday Market, City Park
June 9: Saturday Market, City Park
June 16: Saturday Market, City Park
June 20: Mingle Mania At Idaho Guide Service & Billingsley Creek Lodge
June 23: Saturday Market, City Park
June 29: FIREWORKS! 6p-10p City Park
June 30: Saturday Market, Spike Coggins Band
July 7: Saturday Market, City Park
July 14: Saturday Market & Kid's Water Battle and Bike-a-thon
July 17: Mingle Mania at Snake River Grill
July 21: Saturday Market & Christmas in July
July 28: Saturday Market, City Park
Aug 4: Saturday Market, City Park
Aug 11: Saturday Market, City Park
Aug 15: Mingle Mania
Aug 18: Saturday Market & "Hot Dogs of August" dog show
Aug 25: Saturday Market, City Park
Sept 1: Saturday Market, City Park
Sept 8: Saturday Market, City Park
Sept 15:Classic Car Show, 8a-6p, City Park
Sep 18: Mingle Mania at Wilson's Club
Sept 22: Saturday Market & Art in the City Park
Sept 29: Saturday Market, City Park
Oct 6: Saturday Market & Fossil Day Parade 11a
Oct 16: Mingle Mania
Nov 13: Mingle Mania
Dec 18: Mingle Mania
Dec 22: Christmas Caroling


Jan: Blues Festival
Feb: Bird Spectacle Tours
Mar: Cowboy Poetry
Apr: Antique Show
May: Bird Festival
June: Saturday Markets

Our Community

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