Dated: 05/27/2015

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Looking for something different for your kiddos this summer? How about something that will keep them moving forward educationally while still capturing their interest? Check out the Log Cabin Literary Center.

The Cabin has a graphic novel course that will show your kids the magic behind paying attention to the details of a story and how to combine written language with visual art. Or maybe they’re the kids who like to explore the Foothills. If so, get them into a camp that shows them how to share that love with others on the same page.

Whatever their interests, there is a camp that will keep them motivated and interested instead of on the sofa. AND we’d love to share their creativity here on Thinking Boise! Send us their art and we’ll post it here and on our social media.

Looking for the perfect neighborhood for your family? Let us know your needs and we can do the work! Call us today.

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Janet Jameyson

In her previous career as an organizing consultant to Fortune 500 companies, Janet Jameyson took the stress out of her clients' lives. Her goal is to bring that same organized professionalism and high....

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