Alliance Nuclear Program Director, Beatrice Brailsford will be honored by the Fund for Idaho on November 19th, in Boise. Beatrice has worked for the Snake River Alliance for over two decades and has provided singular leadership to the citizens of Idaho regarding nuclear waste and clean up of contamination at the Idaho National Laboratory. As the 2015 recipient of the Nelle Tobias Award, Beatrice will a guest of honor at the Fund for Idaho’s Forum, Auction and Awards ceremony starting at 6:30pm in the Bishop Tuttle House of St. Michael’s Episcopal Church, 518 N. 8th St., Boise, Idaho, 83702.
You are invited to join us in honor of Beatrice’s important work and celebrate the success of the Alliance’s nuclear program. Tickets range in price from $12 to $50 and can be purchased at the Fund for Idaho website. Please RSVP by November 16 to Gail at 343 1744 or purchase tickets at the door.
This award is given out annually in memory of the late Nelle Tobias, of McCall, Idaho, who was an environmental advocate, and supporter of the Alliance and other Idaho environmental organizations. The award honors her passionate vision for a better world and a selfless dedication to making Idaho a better place. Beatrice personifies these values and her years of advocacy has helped Idaho responsibly address nuclear waste issues and protect the Snake Plain Aquifer.
Contributions to the Fund for Idaho, a progressive community-based foundation, can be made in Beatrice’s honor. Please support this important work by attending the event or by contributing on the FFI website.