Boise’s Grove Plaza Honors Dee Snutz
Imagine being a big enough deal to have your name on something important--like a monument, a school, or a brick in The Grove Plaza in downtown Boise. In order to make the cut for any of these major life milestones, you'd probably need to make a significant impact on the community.
Just weeks ago, the newest park in the City of Boise was named after former Idaho senator Cherie Buckner-Webb, known for inspiring and empowering--the first Black woman elected to the Idaho legislature.
A recent discovery online has me wondering who a popular name in Boise's Grove Plaza is and the story behind their brick!
While scrolling through Twitter last night, I came across the personalized brick, pictured above. I didn't know that this was actually IN Boise until I investigated further. I also learned that there's a full blown map of these bricks so that you can find them.
Many are assuming that this is a play on the popular internet video below:
But obviously, it can't be because it's spelled totally different, right!?
I also learned there's another popular brick on the ground of the Grove Plaza in downtown Boise. This one, a tribute to the popular television game show Jeopardy!
Do you know of any other fun bricks or monuments in the Treasure Valley?
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