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Jun
13
Sat
Free Fishing Day – second Saturday every June @ Idaho Waters
Jun 13 all-day

Idaho’s Free Fishing Day is an annual event held the second Saturday every June. All anglers, residents and nonresidents, can celebrate the day by fishing Idaho’s waters without a license.

Scheduled Free Fishing Days Are:

  • June 8, 2019
  • June 13, 2020
  • June 12, 2021

If you’ve never been fishing, Free Fishing Day is also a great day to learn. Fish and Game personnel and volunteers set up several free events at local fishing waters throughout the state to help first-timers discover the joys of fishing.

There are a limited number of loaner rods and reels available to practice with but if you have your own equipment you are encouraged to bring it.

All other fishing rules and regulations including creel limits, opening dates and tackle restrictions remain in effect. Always check the seasons and rules for the water where you plan to go fishing.

Rathdrum Fishing Derby @ Rathdrum Parks & Rec
Jun 13 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Registration is FREE!

Register at Rathdrum Parks & Recreation at 7851 W. Main Street, Rathdrum
or
Register Online at: rathdrum.sportsites.com

Event: Saturday, June 13, 2020

Time: 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Location: Rathdrum City Park, Hwy 53 and Latah St, Rathdrum

In cooperation with the Idaho Department of Fish and Game,
IDAHO FREE FISHING DAY!
we are proud to offer a day of fishing for all up to age 14.
No fishing license is required. Bring a fishing pole, live bait (worms) and barless-hook.

Aug
14
Fri
9th Annual Scott Wemple Memorial Golf Tournament
Aug 14 @ 1:00 pm

xclusive Event Sponsor, Dinner & SWAG Sponsor, Longest Drive & Closest to the Pin Sponsorships available!
contact Kristin Ludwig for more information: kristin@northidahocasa.org

In the summer of 2011 , friends gathered to play in Scott’s honor”, said Donna Wemple. “Scott and I lived on the 12th green and shared many memories on this course. My kids and I wanted to keep Scott’s memory alive and this tournament is a celebration of what he loved. The money raised at the first tournament helped me when I needed it most. Now, being able to hand over this tournament to CASA, an organization that is close to my heart, makes me feel good.

Money raised at the tournament will go towards  North Idaho CASA and the Scott Wemple Memorial Scholarship Fund at NIC, for students playing golf at the collegiate level.

We appreciate all who have supported this event in the past and look forward to seeing you again this year.  – The Wemple Family

Nov
19
Thu
Dr. Wolfelt Community Evening: Exploring Death, Grief and Mourning @ Hospice of North Idaho Community Building #2
Nov 19 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

(Registration required at: https://community-evening-dr-alan-wolfelt.eventbrite.com/?ref=estw )

Learn practical ways to support yourself and others in your community through grief.

Dr. Alan Wolfelt is a noted author, educator and grief counselor. He serves as the Director of the Center for Loss and Life Transition (www.centerforloss.com) in Fort Collins, CO.
Purpose:

We look forward to having you join us for this evening of hope and healing. Someone in your life has died. You are now faced with the difficult, but important, need to mourn. This compassionate program provides you support in your personal grief experience.

Why This Program:

The capacity to love requires the necessity to mourn when someone you love dies. Don’t miss this opportunity to spend an evening with one of North America’s leading grief counselors and authors. Dr. Wolfelt can and will help you feel support in your grief.

Who Should Attend:

This compassionate program will be helpful to anyone who is experiencing grief in their lives. If you know anyone who may benefit from this opportunity to embrace hope and healing, please let them know about this program. We look forward to having you with us.

Agenda:

Among the content areas to be explored in this workshop are the following:

Acknowledging the Need to Mourn
Exploring a Broader Framework of Loss/Grief
Recognizing Unique Aspects of Your Personal Grief
Understanding the Importance of Self-Care
Identifying the Value of Support Systems
Describing Six Important Needs of Mourning
Exploring the Transformative Nature of Grief
Having Hope for Your Healing
Books by Dr. Wolfelt Available for Purchase: As a special treat for attendees of this event, a variety of Dr. Wolfelt’s books will be available for sale and autograph after the presentation. Visit his website to view the catalog at https://www.centerforloss.com/bookstore/

Dr. Alan Wolfelt is a noted author, educator, and grief counselor. Recipient of the Association for Death Education and Counseling’s Death Educator Award, he serves as the Director of the Center for Loss and Life Transition (www.centerforloss.com) in Fort Collins, CO. He is also a faculty member of the University of Colorado Medical School’s Department of Family Medicine.

Dr. Wolfelt is the best-selling author of more than fifty books including Loving From the Outside In, Mourning From the Inside Out; Understanding Your Grief; The Journey Through Grief; Companioning the Bereaved: A Soulful Guide for Caregivers; Healing a Spouse’s Grieving Heart; Companioning the Grieving Child; Healing a Parent’s Grieving Heart; and Creating Meaningful Funeral Ceremonies.

Dr. Wolfelt and his wife, Susan, a family physician, are parents to three children. They live in the foothills of the beautiful Rocky Mountains next door to the Center for Loss and Life Transition.

Special Thanks to the Following for Their Generous Support

Schneidmiller Family Foundation

Coplin Family Fund

Nov
20
Fri
Dr. Wolfelt Professional Training: Special Features of Sudden Death, Suicide Grief & Trauma Loss @ Hospice of North Idaho Community Building #2
Nov 20 @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm

(Registration Required: https://alan-wolfelt-professional-training.eventbrite.com/?ref=estw )

Professionals gain clinical skills from Dr. Alan Wolfelt to address the special features of grief regarding sudden death and traumatic loss.

Dr. Alan Wolfelt is a noted author, educator, and grief counselor. He serves as the Director of the Center for Loss and Life Transition (www.centerforloss.com) in Fort Collins, CO.
Three CE’s and lunch are offered
Purpose:

This information workshop will help members of the caregiving community who want to further develop their knowledge and skills in helping the bereaved. Dr. Alan Wolfelt will explore a variety of topics related to understanding and supporting survivors of sudden, unexpected deaths. Content areas include: enhancing your understanding of trauma loss, special features of suicide grief, introduction to a model to identify the natural “complications” of grief.

Who Should Attend:

This compassionate workshop will help anyone who wants to learn more about how to support those who have experienced loss. Counselors, psychologists, social workers, chaplains, nurses, and other interested health care professionals helping individuals cope with traumatic grief are invited to attend. Regardless of your specific job title or life role, you can and will benefit from this learning experience.

Objectives:

Define Trauma Loss
Demonstrate sensitivity to the special features of sudden, violent death
Recognize and respond to the unique needs of suicide survivors
Learn a model to identify and understand “complicated grief”

Agenda:

Among the content areas to be explored in this seminar are the following:
Introduction to the Importance of the Topic
Essential Ingredients of the Grief Caregiver
Definition of Trauma Loss
Special Features of Sudden, Violent Death
Distinction Between “Treating vs. Companioning”
Understanding the Difference Between “Curing” vs. “Caring”
Understanding the Concept of “Liminal Space”
Special Features of Suicide Grief
Introduction to “Complicated” Mourning: A Model to Enhance Understanding
Warning, Challenge, Reminder, Hope

Books by Dr. Wolfelt Available for Purchase: As a special treat for attendees of this event, a variety of Dr. Wolfelt’s books will be available for sale and autograph after the presentation. Visit his website to view the catalog at https://www.centerforloss.com/bookstore/

Dr. Alan Wolfelt is a noted author, educator, and grief counselor. Recipient of the Association for Death Education and Counseling’s Death Educator Award, he serves as the Director of the Center for Loss and Life Transition (www.centerforloss.com) in Fort Collins, CO. He is also a faculty member of the University of Colorado Medical School’s Department of Family Medicine.

Dr. Wolfelt is the best-selling author of more than fifty books including Loving From the Outside In, Mourning From the Inside Out; Understanding Your Grief; The Journey Through Grief; Companioning the Bereaved: A Soulful Guide for Caregivers; Healing a Spouse’s Grieving Heart; Companioning the Grieving Child; Healing a Parent’s Grieving Heart; and Creating Meaningful Funeral Ceremonies.

Dr. Wolfelt and his wife, Susan, a family physician, are parents to three children. They live in the foothills of the beautiful Rocky Mountains next door to the Center for Loss and Life Transition.

Special Thanks to the Following for Their Generous Support

Schneidmiller Family Foundation

Coplin Family Fund

Jun
12
Sat
Free Fishing Day – second Saturday every June @ Idaho Waters
Jun 12 all-day

Idaho’s Free Fishing Day is an annual event held the second Saturday every June. All anglers, residents and nonresidents, can celebrate the day by fishing Idaho’s waters without a license.

Scheduled Free Fishing Days Are:

  • June 8, 2019
  • June 13, 2020
  • June 12, 2021

If you’ve never been fishing, Free Fishing Day is also a great day to learn. Fish and Game personnel and volunteers set up several free events at local fishing waters throughout the state to help first-timers discover the joys of fishing.

There are a limited number of loaner rods and reels available to practice with but if you have your own equipment you are encouraged to bring it.

All other fishing rules and regulations including creel limits, opening dates and tackle restrictions remain in effect. Always check the seasons and rules for the water where you plan to go fishing.

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