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SOAR - Idaho Chapter

idaho@soar-us.org


Idaho became part of the SOAR family in February 2011. Idaho, unlike SOAR's other Chapters, exists in a considerably smaller Armenian market. Their local Board of Directors brings a heartfelt level of enthusiasm that epitomizes our mission and expectations.


SOAR-Idaho oversees all Social Media for SOAR


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Board of Directors:



Mindy Fox
President


Mindy Fox has spent the last 45 years in Idaho and attended Boise State University. She held a position with the American Red Cross as administrator. She volunteered for 10+ years with her local Quick Response Unit as an Emergency Medical Tec. Mindy has traveled to Mexico several times to feed the hungry and work with orphans. Since fall of 2012 Mindy has volunteered with her local church in ministry as community leader of an online world out reach program for Global Media Outreach. She and her husband live in the Sun Valley Idaho area and own Silver Fox Catering.




Kole Peck
Vice-President


Kole was born and raised on a farm in Idaho. Attended Brigham Young University, he majored in agriculture. Kole has held several positions with his local church and participates as an advisor for the local 4-H kids in his town. He has a love for animals and agriculture which brought him to being a farmer in Idaho.




Shaylene Reeves
Secretary


Shaylene was born and raised in Idaho and is currently studying full time at College of Southern Idaho to obtain her Paramedic License. She has a Christian background and just returned from a summer mission in Costa Rica working with a local orphanage. Shaylene is of Armenian decent and is looking forward to her position with SOAR.




Brittnie Peck

Brittnie was born and raised in Idaho. She is a mother of three and a farmer's wife. She has held several positions in her local church and volunteers in her son's school. Brittnie served a mission in Mexico working with the orphaned children. Brittnie is of Armenian decent which drew her to SOAR. She hopes to someday adopt from Armenia.