Idaho Falls - Idaho Senator Mike Crapo will participate in the Intermountain Energy Summit Tuesday in Idaho Falls, where he will discuss nuclear energy research and innovation proposals he has introduced in the Senate during a morning panel discussion.
During visits in Twin Falls, Crapo will present his Spirit of Idaho Award to Madison Miller, a student of Xavier High School. For her senior project, Madison organized the first-ever Homeless Stand-down in Twin Falls which took place on March 16, 2016. The event served 80 or more homeless and vulnerable individuals in the Twin Falls area. Participants were offered lunch, a haircut, coats, sleeping bags, backpacks, socks and other items. The event also offered a number of booths that had information about services residents could access in the community.
Crapo will also visit Gooding to present vision-impaired books gathered through the Library of Congress' Surplus Book Program to the Idaho School for the Deaf and Blind.
He will add a town meeting in Warm River to the town meetings already scheduled next week across southeast Idaho.
Crapo's schedule includes the following events and town meetings:
Monday, August 8:
9:30 AM Warm River Three Rivers Ranch B & B, 1662 State Highway 47
10:30 AM Drummond Drummond City Building, 7 Main Street
Noon Tetonia Tetonia Elementary School, 6175 South 5 th Street
2:00 PM Driggs Driggs City Council Chambers, 60 S. Main
3:30 PM Victor Victor City Hall, 32 Elm Street
Tuesday, August 9:
10:00 AM Idaho Falls Joins panel discussion at the Intermountain Energy Summit,
Shilo Inn, 780 Lindsay Boulevard
Wednesday, August 10:
1:00 PM Twin Falls Presents Spirit of Idaho Award to Madison Miller for organizing the
Homeless Standown. At the Salvation Army, 348 4 th Avenue North
3:00 PM Gooding Presents reading-impaired books at the Idaho School for the
Deaf and Blind, 1450 Main Street
Thursday, August 11:
10:00 AM Downey Marsh Valley Senior Center, 21 South Main
1:00 PM Bloomington Bloomington City Office, 100 W. 45 N.
2:30 PM St. Charles St. Charles City Hall, 25 North Main
4:00 PM Paris Paris City Hall, 62 South Main Street
5:30 PM Montpelier Montpelier City Hall, 534 Washington Street
Friday, August 12:
9:30 AM Georgetown Georgetown City Hall, 382 Main Street
11:00 AM Soda Springs Soda Springs City Hall, 9 W. 2 nd South
2:00 PM Grace Grace City Hall, 108 E. Center
3:30 PM Bancroft Bancroft City Hall, 95 S. Main Street
5:00 PM Lava Hot Springs Community Building, 150 N. Center