Idaho UTV is not just a riding club!

Part of our club purpose is to engage in charitable, educational & lobbying activities, and to participate in other non-profit community events.

Organizations that Idaho UTV Club supported in 2019:

Adopt-A-Highway - We have adopted a two mile section of Highway 55 just north of Cascade and are responsible for removing trash twice a year.

Annual Coat & Food Drives - each year we donate to different community groups. In 2019 we donated our collected food and $175 to the Cascade Food Pantry. We also donated new and gently used coats & gloves and $100 for supplies to the Cascade school.

Idaho Recreational Council (IRC) - The IRC is comprised of Idahoans from all parts of the state with a wide spectrum of recreation interest and love for the future of Idaho and a desire to preserve recreation for future generations of Idahoans. We currently have two Idaho UTV club members who are part of the Steering Committee for IRC.

Idaho State ATV Association (ISATVA) - The mission of the ISATVA is to focus on six primary areas; Participation, Education, Land Management, Lobbying, Cooperation, and Advancement. 

Community Parade Participation:

Cascade 4th of July Main Street Parade - We decorate our UTV's in the patriotic theme of the Red, White & Blue and hand out candy to the local kids along the parade route. 

Treasure Valley Night Light Christmas Parade (Caldwell) - Our UTV's are decorated to the hilt in the Christmas spirit with lights, special characters, garland, wreaths, etc. 

Additional groups and organizations that Idaho UTV Club has supported in the past:

       7 Cares Idaho Shares

       Boise Rescue Mission Ministries

       Boise Women's & Children's Alliance

       Disabled Veterans Boise ATV/UTV Ride

       Idaho Veterans Assistance League

       Meridian Winter Lights Christmas Parade

       Valley County Food Pantry

Lobbying Activities:

Our own club President, Darlene Smith testifying in support of bill HR75 in front of the Idaho State Transportation & Defense Committee at the State Capital in Boise.

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