Nov 30 2020

Thank You Zions Bank!

Tony Eppich – Blackfoot branch manager giving check to Jackie Young – president of CDT

Costs of our Tuesday night dinners have increased this year in order to prepare the meals as “take-out” for our drive-by service (necessary because of covid-19 precautions). We are so grateful for a $1000 donation we received from the Blackfoot branch of Zions Bank to help offset those additional costs! We very much appreciate the consistent support we’ve received from Zions Bank through the years as we work to serve the people in our community.

Nov 30 2020

Tuesday Evening Dinners Resume — as Drive-By

Due to covid-19 precautions, we’ve had to change the way we do things, but Tuesday night prepared dinners resume on Tuesdays starting December 1st 2020. Unfortunately, we will not be able to resume the fellowship of a shared in-person meal at this time, but prepared meals will be available for pick-up in a drive-by fashion from 5pm to 6:30pm each Tuesday from now through the end of March 2021.

For ease of traffic flow, please arrive via Judicial Street. Driving past University Street, turn right onto Stout, then right again onto Court Street. Hug the curb and tell the volunteer how many meals you want to take home. Then pick up your meals!

We are grateful to be able to share meals with you this way for now, though all of us look forward to a return to more normal Tuesday night dinners in the future. Best wishes for a safe and happy winter season to all – and a big thank you to those who have donated supplies and money to make this happen and to our caring volunteers who are working tirelessly to make this all work.

Nov 28 2020

12 Days of Giving

The above flyer says it all. You can also get the information by going to (12 Days of Giving is listed under opportunities for Blackfoot, Idaho) or our Facebook page. What a fun way to include your family in the spirit of Christmas giving! Please plan to join in starting December 1st. If you need a box to put your items in, please contact Chris at 208-680-8534.

Nov 25 2020

2020 Tater Trot Final Results

According to race directors Christian Utley and Randy Shiosaki, while numbers were down this year because the covid pandemic forced us to make this a virtual event, we still had 33 runners register for this fundraiser. We were able to give away some great prizes, net $1700 for the Christmas Food Boxes, and have fun in the process. We would like to thank our running community, our volunteers, and our corporate sponsors for this year’s Tater Trot.

Below are the top finishers in each of the categories:
10K run:
* Women’s – Abby Williamson 48:01:00
* Men’s – James St. John 1:05:31
5K Run:
* Women’s – Emmy Young 27:58:00
* Men’s – Jeff Syverson 29:18:00
5K Walk:
* Women’s – Marlene Lyksett 58:47:00
* Men’s – Eric Young 41:57:00
Kids 1/2 Mile:
* Girls – Caitlin Young 5:31
* Boys – Tyce Young 5:03

The food boxes provide a full Christmas dinner to families in Bingham County. For information on this project, please contact the Blackfoot Community Food Pantry.

We are so grateful for our corporate supporters who helped make this year’s event a success:

  • Liberty Gold Potatoes
  • Dr. Paul Hansen Family Dental Center
  • Alsco
  • Idaho Central Credit Union
  • Bowers Collision
  • Rupes Burgers
  • Power Lube
  • City of Blackfoot
  • Homestead Restaurant
  • Tommy Vaughn’s

Nov 17 2020

Free Thanksgiving Dinner

Though we at Community Dinner Table can’t have our usual in person Thanksgiving dinner this year, we still want to share that special time with all of you! So, this year we’re hosting a free drive by dinner pick up on Thanksgiving day from 12:30 to 2:00 pm at the Jason Lee United Methodist Church (168 S. University, Blackfoot). You will not need to get out of your vehicle to receive your meal. Please note that if you are not able to leave your home to come pick up your meal you can make other arrangements by calling Corenna Cannon at 208-680-2585.

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