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June Meeting

 Thursday, June 1, 2023 @ 11:30 am
Coeur d'Alene Inn Best Western Plus
506 W Appleway Avenue
, Coeur d'Alene
RSVP must be received before midnight, Monday, May 29, 2023

~ Guest Speakers ~

Idaho State Representative Elaine Price

District 4, House Seat B

Representative Price was born and raised in a small town in Iowa and moved to Coeur d'Alene in 1990. She married her husband Richard in 2014 and they have 4 adult children. She holds an Associate of Science degree (Accounting Assistant) from North Idaho College. She and her husband started a business in 2014 and both currently run the business full time.


Wanting to be a voice for her community, she ran for Idaho State Representative, Legislative District 4, Seat B, winning the contest with over 61% of the votes cast. Representative Price began her first legislative term at the State Capitol in January 2023 with great excitement only to find there are many obstacles to the legislative process. She will share her experience and what she learned during her first legislative session.

Panhandle Health District Director Don Duffy



Director Duffy earned a Bachelor and Master of Science Degrees from Brigham Young University, later completing a Master of Business Administration Degree at Gonzaga University. He began his career in health care administration working with hospitals and managing medical practices in Seattle and Coeur d’Alene. This led to creating a medical practice consulting and revenue cycle management business based in Coeur d’Alene. He sold his company in May 2013 after 20 years serving physician practices throughout the West. One year later, the Panhandle Health District hired him as the Health Services Administrator, promoting him in July 2021 to District Director.


Director Duffy and his wife Heather raised six children in North Idaho and are blessed with 14 grandchildren.


Director Duffy will talk about Panhandle District's need for volunteers associated with their Senior Companion Program and annual suicide prevention and support walk on September 9. In addition, he will provide information on other services provided by the Panhandle Health District, including opioid use disorder.

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