Time & Location
Nov 16, 2022, 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM MST
Boise, 1000 W Myrtle St, Boise, ID 83702, USA
About the Event
City Club brings people together to explore community issues and hear diverse viewpoints by creating spaces where conversations happen. This was the vision of one of City Club’s founders, Dottie Stimpson, and her husband, Ed. They believed all things were possible when people started talking and listening.
In honor of this legacy, City Club hosts an annual Forum to celebrate the City Club Stimpson Award for Civic Engagement honoree. This year, Bruce Reichert will receive the award.
Bruce recently retired after 40 years at Idaho Public Television. He is widely recognized for his work for Outdoor Idaho, but he was also the executive producer of additional local programming like Idaho Reports, Idaho Debates, and Idaho Experience. He has created opportunities to promote an informed and engaged public and is known statewide as a champion for Idaho. In a state long challenged by divisions — north and south, urban and rural, Republican and Democrat — Bruce has created a touchstone that unites all Idahoans through his work and a shared love of the outdoors.
We will honor Bruce as this year’s recipient of the Dottie and Ed Stimpson Award for Civic Engagement at a special event on Wednesday, November 16, 2022, 4:30 - 6:30 PM at JUMP.
Inspired appetizers and no-host bar
All ages welcome
Tickets: $40 City Club members, $45 non-members.
City Club thanks our Premier Sponsor, Northwest Nazarene University and the NNU College of Business, our Annual Sponsor University of Idaho, Boise, and the 2022 Forum Series sponsors: AARP of Idaho, Bank of Idaho, Echelon Group, Micron, Optum Idaho, PacificSource Health Plans, and Small Mine Development. We are pleased to welcome university students to attend our events thanks to our University partners Boise State University and Northwest Nazarene University. Our media partners include Boise State Public Radio, Idaho Public Television and the Idaho Statesman. This program is made possible in part by a grant from the Idaho Humanities Council, the state-based affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.