Monday, August 15, 2022
 
Click HERE to sign up to receive our Daily Email News
 
Croy Canyon Ranch Fund to Benefit Senior Connection
Loading
   
Tuesday, July 12, 2022
 

BY KAREN BOSSICK

The Croy Canyon Ranch Fund has been transferred to The Senior Connection, offering the Senior Connection an endowed fund overseen by the Idaho Community Foundation.

The Foundation will send a grant every spring to the Senior Connection for whatever purpose its board decides.

The Croy Canyon Ranch Fund was set up as part of efforts to build a retirement village offering independent, assistive and skilled nursing care in Croy Canyon near the location that Mountain Humane now sits on. But the campaign ended in 2013 after Blaine County commissioners elected to turn over skilled nursing care to Safe Haven Health Care.

Over the past decade, the board of the Croy Canyon Ranch fund and of the Blaine Senior Services Fund has provided more than $100,000 in grants to various charitable organizations that benefit seniors in Blaine County.

The funds from the BSSF have been fully distributed and that fund has been terminated. But the Croy Canyon Ranch Fund was an endowment fund that allowed for smaller annual distributions in perpetuity for the benefit of Blaine County seniors.

The board decided this year that the best use of the yearly distribution from the endowed CCRF would be to provide secure and reliable funding to the Senior Connection. And, so, the members of the Croy Canyon Fund Board recently presented the Senior Connection’s Teresa Beahen Lipman and Jovita Pina-- the outgoing and incoming directors of the Senior Connection--the news that the fund was being transferred to the Senior Connection.

“The directors of the Croy Canyon Ranch Fund are grateful to al of the people and organizations that donated to the original Croy Canyon Ranch Foundation and hope they are glad that the funds will continue to assist Blaine County seniors,” said Anne Jeffery.

~  Today's Topics ~


‘The Hound of the Baskervilles’ Presents Demon Dog, Dead Body and Plenty of Laughs

Lisa Horton Turns Leaves into Nature-Inspired Necklaces

Check Out Proposals for Sun Valley’s New Lifts and Ski Run
 
 

 

 

 
Advertising /Marketing /Public Relations
Inquiries Contact:

Leisa Hollister
Director of Marketing & Public Relations
(208) 450-9993
leisahollister@gmail.com
 
Got a story? Contact:
Karen Bossick
Editor in Chief
(208) 578-2111
Karen@EyeOnSunValley.com
 
Website problems? Contact:
Michael Hobbs
Webmaster
Mike@EyeOnSunValley.com
 
ABOUT US
EyeOnSunValley.com is the largest online daily news media service in The Wood River Valley, publishing 7 days a week. Our website publication features current news articles, feature stories, local sports articles and video content articles. The Eye On Sun Valley Show is a weekly primetime television show focusing on highlighted news stories of the week airing Monday-Sunday, COX Channel 13. See our interactive Kiosks around town throughout the Wood River Valley!
 
info@eyeonsunvalley.com
 
P: 208.720.8212
P.O. Box 1453 Ketchum, ID  83340
Login

© Copyright 2022 Eye on Sun Valley