Monday, February 18, 2019
Community Friendsgiving Offers New Tradition for Valley Residents
Tammy Davis, left, joined Joyce Fabre in helping out with The Senior Connection’s recent Cocktails for a Cause fundraiser.
Tuesday, November 20, 2018


Seems like Tammy Eaton Schofield Davis just wrapped up the Bellevue Haunted Forest.

Now The Bead Shop owner is back in action offering Wood River Valley residents a Community Friendsgiving get-together in Bellevue.

The Thanksgiving dinner, which is open to all, will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Community Church across from Bellevue Memorial Park.

There will be kid’s activities. And volunteers will deliver food to those in need or pick up people who would like to join in but have no transportation.

Just call Davis at 208-788-6770 or email

“I’m happy to be bringing it into Bellevue and also with my Latino friends at this church,” said Davis. “They opened up their church and home for us to celebrate community together.”


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