20 years in, The Mentoring Network is a place for adults to 'care, show up and listen' to st

In honor of National Mentoring Month and our 20th year in serving Canyon and Owyhee county youth, the Idaho Press ran an article featuring The Mentoring Network and some of the mentors who work with us. Thank you to the author, Emily Lowe (, and to the Idaho Press Tribune for giving us permission to use the article for our newsletter this month. CALDWELL — Caldwell Police Chief Frank Wyant and Michael, an eighth-grader at Syringa Middle School, play Totika — a game similar to Jenga — in the school cafeteria. Wyant visits Michael once a week as part of The Mentoring Network’s initiative to provide children with positive adult mentors. He has visited Michael for about a ye

Donna's Ditties: January 2019

Hello Friends! Happy National Mentoring Month! It is a designated month to reflect on the mentors in our own lives and to strive to live lives that make this world a better place. In all honesty, we can and should do this all year round. Who is someone who mentored you? Have you thanked them? Today would be a good day to let them know how they impacted you. Pick up the phone and give them a call! How are things going with mentoring? We would love to hear from you. Please contact us if you have stories to tell or concerns to share. Mentors, we would love to have your mentoring hours for the fall semester. You can turn them in online HERE , email them to us, or if you want to turn them in on p

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