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On The Monday, December 10, 2018 Edition Of Idaho Matters

  • Boise's Kathryn Albertson Park gets upgrades.
  • Meridian school resource officers teach body autonomy to students.
  • A Boise entrepreneur brings businesses together.
  • Poet Kristen Tracey chronicles her Mormon experience.

- Kathryn Albertson Parkwill turn 30 in 2019 and the space has been reconditioned and upgraded. We'll visit the park named for the wife of Idaho's supermarket magnate. 

 - Meridian Police Officer Ray Ellis and West Ada School District Resource Officer Shannon Garza have put together a program to help teach students the importance of establishing physical boundaries and respecting body autonomy. They will join Idaho Matters to talk about why this is an important topic today and why children should learn about it from a young age.  Originally aired 10/8/18

Diana DeJesus moved to Boise from West Palm Beach to recruit for the University of Idaho's law school but she found a passion in connecting people and businesses in her off time. Her Instagram account, Boise Bucket List, has accumulated nearly 30,000 followers and DeJesus joins Idaho Matters to talk about making those B2B connections and how social media changed the networking game.  Originally aired 9/24/18

- Idaho native Kristen Tracy uses poetry to chronicle her experience growing up Mormon and her later exodus from the church. Tracy joins Idaho Matters on Monday.

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