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County: Bonner County

Music Conservatory of Sandpoint

Built in 1910 to serve as Sandpoint’s City Hall, 110 Main Street is now home to the Music Conservatory of Sandpoint (MCS), who purchased the

First Presbyterian Church, Sandpoint

First Presbyterian Church, Sandpoint Sandpoint, Bonner County Erected in 1906,FirstPresbyterian Church is downtown Sandpoint’s oldest church building still serving the community in this capacity. The

Bonner County Head Start Building

Bonner County Head Start Building Sandpoint, Bonner County Grants: 2007, 2008, 2015 Location: 101 Euclid Avenue, Sandpoint, ID 83864 The First Baptist Church originally built

Bonner County Historical Society

Bonner County Historical Society (Museum) Sandpoint, Bonner County Grant: 2000 (Photographs), 2016 (Feasibility Study) Location: 611 S. Ella, Sandpoint, Idaho 83864 The Bonner County Historical

Lakeview Pioneer Cemetery

Lakeview Pioneer Cemetery Sandpoint, Bonner County Grant: 2000 Location: South Division, Sandpoint, Idaho 83864 The first cemetery in Sandpoint was a strip of land along

Panida Theater

Panida Theater Sandpoint, Bonner County Grants: 1992, 1993, 1994, 1997, Glenn Janss Award, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 Location: 300 N. First Avenue, Sandpoint,

Priest River Junior High School

Priest River Junior High School (Originally Priest River High School), Priest River, Bonner County Grant: 2016 Location: 5709 Hwy 2, Priest River, ID 83856 The

Banner Lodge No.67, I.O.O.F.

Banner Lodge No.67, I.O.O.F. Priest River, Bonner County Grant: 2014 Location: 111 Main Street, Priest River, 83856 Priest River’s Banner Lodge 67 Independent Order of

Priest River Newspaper Preservation

Priest River Newspaper Preservation Priest River, Bonner County Grant: 2008 Location: Priest River, Idaho 83822 In conjunction with the Bonner County Historical Museum. The project

Freeman Lake Grange

Freeman Lake Grange Priest River, Bonner County Grant: 2006 Location: 153 Holley Glen Road, Priest River, Idaho 83856 Once the largest grange in the state

Music Conservatory of Sandpoint

Built in 1910 to serve as Sandpoint’s City Hall, 110 Main Street is now home to the Music Conservatory of Sandpoint (MCS), who purchased the

First Presbyterian Church, Sandpoint

First Presbyterian Church, Sandpoint Sandpoint, Bonner County Erected in 1906,FirstPresbyterian Church is downtown Sandpoint’s oldest church building still serving the community in this capacity. The

Bonner County Head Start Building

Bonner County Head Start Building Sandpoint, Bonner County Grants: 2007, 2008, 2015 Location: 101 Euclid Avenue, Sandpoint, ID 83864 The First Baptist Church originally built

Bonner County Historical Society

Bonner County Historical Society (Museum) Sandpoint, Bonner County Grant: 2000 (Photographs), 2016 (Feasibility Study) Location: 611 S. Ella, Sandpoint, Idaho 83864 The Bonner County Historical

Lakeview Pioneer Cemetery

Lakeview Pioneer Cemetery Sandpoint, Bonner County Grant: 2000 Location: South Division, Sandpoint, Idaho 83864 The first cemetery in Sandpoint was a strip of land along

Panida Theater

Panida Theater Sandpoint, Bonner County Grants: 1992, 1993, 1994, 1997, Glenn Janss Award, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 Location: 300 N. First Avenue, Sandpoint,

Priest River Junior High School

Priest River Junior High School (Originally Priest River High School), Priest River, Bonner County Grant: 2016 Location: 5709 Hwy 2, Priest River, ID 83856 The

Banner Lodge No.67, I.O.O.F.

Banner Lodge No.67, I.O.O.F. Priest River, Bonner County Grant: 2014 Location: 111 Main Street, Priest River, 83856 Priest River’s Banner Lodge 67 Independent Order of

Priest River Newspaper Preservation

Priest River Newspaper Preservation Priest River, Bonner County Grant: 2008 Location: Priest River, Idaho 83822 In conjunction with the Bonner County Historical Museum. The project

Freeman Lake Grange

Freeman Lake Grange Priest River, Bonner County Grant: 2006 Location: 153 Holley Glen Road, Priest River, Idaho 83856 Once the largest grange in the state

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