CONGRATULATIONS Troy Preschool 2021 Graduates!
Troy Preschool would like to thank all the members of our Board of Directors for another successful year. Extra Thanks to Katie Bollman for her time on our board, we wish her well in her new adventures!
WHERE? Dumpster Station. Enter from Highway 99 and talk with a Fire Department Volunteer on where to proceed to unload your waste.
Solid Waste - Cardboard, Insulation, Plastics, Household, Electronics
Demo - Construction Materials, Carpet, Glass, Furniture
Brush (Compostable) - Tree limbs, Yard waste, hay, straw (self-service)
Scrap metal - Appliances, Lawn Mowers, BBQ's (all fluids must be removed)
TVs and Monitors
Hazardous materials of any kind WILL NOT be accepted. These include: solvents, paints, stains, flammables, herbicides, insecticides, antifreeze, car batteries etc. These must be delivered to Latah Sanitation on the appropriate days.
Troy Fire Department Volunteers will be available for picking up waste for those citizens who need assistance. Arrangements may be made through Troy City Hall by calling (208) 835-2741.The collection of waste is the discretion of the volunteers and some materials may not be accepted.
The City of Troy greatly appreciates the volunteers from the Troy Fire Department that assist with making this community event possible. The city asks that you respect that they are volunteers and thank them accordingly.
Donations to the Troy Volunteer Fire Department are encouraged but not required.
TROY SENIOR CITIZENS LUNCHEON
Every 2nd Wednesday of the month
UPCOMING: JUNE 9, 2021 (12:00 - 1:00)
Sit down lunch at the Troy Lutheran Church community hall.
Call Sandy at 208.835.6092 to pre-order your lunch
Boys & Girls, 7 to 15-years old, come Experience the wonderful world of theater and dance! We are bringing Broadway to you during our Musical Medley Camps. The Troy program begins June 2nd under the direction of Festival Dance Alumna, Abigail Raasch. Camp meets from 9 AM-noon in the LDS Fellowship Hall at 715 Scott St. in Troy beginning on Wednesday, June 2, and finishing Friday, June 11 with a final day family performance.
Bring a water bottle and a snack. The price is $150 for the 2-week program
The LCLD Summer Reading Program starts on June 4th -- wahoo! You can register online at www.latahlibrary.org or in person at any LCLD branch, such as the Troy Community Library. Summer Reading runs through July and will include three reading challenges, fun weekly activities, and prizes! Did you know that Summer Reading is for all ages?!
Kids, if you need a fun and engaging program to occupy your grown-ups this summer, bring them to the library and sign them up for Summer Reading. The library’s monthly STEAM Take-away Activity will be on break for the summer. However, with funds provided by the Idaho Commission for Libraries, I was able to incorporate some exciting STEM projects into this year’s Summer Reading Program. Stay tuned for more details.
The Friends of the Troy Community Library paid for our library’s Summer Reading prizes. Thank you Friends & Happy Summer Reading! - Michelle Sturdy, Troy Community Library Branch Manager
RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE
The Troy Lions would like to thank the patrons who contributed during our Blood Drive in May. 29 units of blood were donated. Since each unit can be used in 3 ways, this helped save 87 lives.
We would also like to thank the LDS missionaries for helping at the sign in table. The Red Cross will hold another Blood Drive on July 29th at the Troy Lions Hall and again on October 28th. Please note these dates on your calendar.
Q & A With Mayor Corr
What is your favorite thing about living in Troy?
When I first came to Troy, I fell in love with it. Just the
pure beauty of it was like a little slice of heaven, and to
live here is a dream come true.
What is the one thing you wish people knew about Troy?
I wish people knew its true history from the time it began to the present. Everything that makes it Troy and what makes the people who they are. The true locals of Troy are amazing folks, and many have some great stories.
What motivated you to get involved with the City government?
The people. I wanted to be a voice for the folks that live here. I really had no agenda when I first became a city council member other than wanting to help the folks out using skills that I had acquired as a manager for several years of my life.
What changes would you like to see/implement within the City?
Mostly I would love to see more things for children and the community. Such as a community center and more venues for kids to help keep them out of mischief.
Community Fitness at the Park with Alycia Bond
Saturdays 3PM - 4PM
All fitness levels welcome. From beginner to advanced. Just bring your own mat and water bottle. Everything else needed will be included. Alycia has worked in the fitness industry for 13 years and has a wealth of fitness knowledge. Class will be $10 for an hour, punch pass of 10 for $75.
Contact Alycia Bond at 949-423-8132 or email@example.com
Troy Community Food Bank
Troy Community Foodbank is open Wednesday evenings from 4PM-7PM. In case of emergency please contact Leitha Witt (208) 596-1827 or June Miner (360) 269-1063.
Troy Community Thrift Store
Troy Thrift Store (non profit) is open Mondays & Wednesdays from 10AM-7PM. In case of emergency contact June Miner or Shirley Stephens (208) 669-0719 or (208) 835-3800
FIT & FALL PROOF CLASSES
Classes: Tues. & Thur. from 9 AM-10 AM
Troy's Fit & Fall proof exercise class for seniors is FREE& will resume on May 4, 2021, at the Troy Lions Club. For everyone's safety, participants must be fully vaccinated against COVID19 or agree to wear a mask until we are past the pandemic.
For more info please contact: Karen Nelson
(208) 835-5242 firstname.lastname@example.org