Tuesday, 13-Apr-2021 21:48:19 EDT

Boise Exchange Club

--One of Boise’s leading service clubs
--Chartered on 9/8/1922
PO BOX 456
Boise Idaho 83701

2000-2001 Winner of:
The National Exchange Club's
Outstanding Youth Program Award
The Ada County Youth Court!

Our Club President (2020-2021): Jim Szatkowski

The Exchange Club has four major programs of service to the community:
-Community Service
-Youth Activities
and -the Prevention of Child Abuse

The Exchange Club of Boise is a member of the National Exchange Club. It will meet at Elmers Restaurant, 1385 South Capitol Boulevard, Boise, Idaho at Noon on Friday. A speaker is featured each week at these meetings and the public is invited, free of charge. Lunch may be obtained, if desired, for a nominal fee.


Time: Friday 10th, April 2021, 11:55a.m.

Place: Zoom (email was sent with connection string) AND

Place: Elmers, 1385 South Capitol Boulevard, Boise ID 83706-2926.


Upcoming Speakers:

Upcoming Socials/Community Service Projects:

6/26/21 or 7/3/21 Place flags at Morris Hill Cemetery 7 pm
7/10/2020 Retreive flags at Cemetery 7 pm

Trash pickup along State St (Hwy44), TBD!! 9 am - meet at Bogart Ln - Contact Paul for more info

Past events:

7/1/2021 1st meeting of new club year - Elmer's with Officer Installation by Dist Dir #5 Monty Law!!

Recent Updates

Club helps City of Boise at Warm Springs Park on 9-28-19 See the Pictures Here!

Plan Ahead!

Plan now to attend the Yellowstone District Exchange Clubs Annual Convention May 21-23,2021 Butte, MT

Registration Form
and Agenda


Frequently-Used Links

Shopping out in town? or Shopping for Exchange products?

Member Resources at the National Exchange Club

ACE 2019 Winners:
Prisca Hermene, Boise HS and
Justine Niyogushimwa, Timberline HS

See Exchangites at work with the Salvation Army Food Bank Jan 2019!

See Exchangites at work with the City planting trees on 4-27-19

2020-21 officers installed by Dist Dir and

See the Freedom Shrine Dedication Pictures from Boise City Hall in January 2015 here!


Flags placed on veteran's grave stones in Morris Hill Cemetery on 6/29/19 by Club
Video by Scarlet Ridge Productions

See the video of the flags!

Past Pres Steve receiving past president's plaque ·