We Need YOUR VOTE!

HELP us by voting YES, November 3rd.

Back in 2018, the community spoke and ever since the MAC | McCammon Action Council volunteers have been working hard to bring our fellow residents’ ideas and requests to life.

Topping the list, residents wanted a new community center and fire station.

After months of hard work researching and brain storming, a plan was put in place which would make everything feasible, allowing McCammon to receive substantial grant money and other assistance needed to pull off these important projects in a way that ties everything together. (see below)

Now it is up to the residents to vote YES and we can get the ball rolling!

Following are posters breaking down the details. If you have questions or need more information before casting your vote, please don’t hesitate to contact us!

~Together We Grow!

Take ACTION now!

It’s a win-win. Donate just $20. to support your favorite non-profit organization and receive this good-looking ACTION long sleeve T.

MAC ACTION Long Sleeve T-Shirt

Or, for as little as $3.33/month, become a PATRON and receive discounts and free T’s based on your tier level. Check out all the details here: Become a Patron!

Contact us for more information or to reserve your shirt now!

P.S. Short Sleeve T’s in Sizes 2XL-4XL (color NAVY) are in-stock now in limited quantities. Contact us to reserve yours!

Safety+Fair=FUN!

Arriving to the Safety Fair at the McCammon Ball Park.
Our local Sheriffs hosted the Bike Safety Course – (also known as the Bike Rodeo!)
Railroad Safety by OPERATION LIFESAVER | Idaho
Electrical Safety booth sponsored by Rocky Mountain Power & Hosted by Rico Portuese, Sr. Safety Administrator
Clang Clang! All Aboard!

OUR THANKS to the many volunteers who make this event possible and the companies and organizations who host each fun and educational experience. We are grateful to have such generous, dedicated people working in these important positions in our community.

Thank you to everyone who came out to support and enjoy this event with us. —We’ll see you next year!

Farmers Market at Little Rock

Kathy Spiegel, owner of Marsh Valley Farm...now at the Little Rock Cafe Monday through Saturday!

Kathy Spiegel, owner of Marsh Valley Farm…now at the Little Rock Cafe Monday through Saturday!

Plants, flowers, produce, eggs, raw honey, hand-made jewelry and other goodies are available along with outdoor dining or take-away.

We at MAC | McCammon Action Council so appreciate Kathy for bringing the Farmers Market to McCammon. This was a big goal of the MAC early development meetings…many residents expressed they would like to have a farmers market, but no one had been able to make it happen until Kathy agreed to lead the way.

The outdoor farmers market is held every Friday from 9-noon at the Pavilion Park on 6th and Center and while we continue to grow and expand the outdoor market, we are loving that we now have access to many of these items daily at her shop at Little Rock.

Thank you Kathy for all you do to make our community great!

*The day I stopped by for this photo shoot, the Tour of Idaho participants pictured above were enjoying lunch outside under the umbrella shaded tables and remarked about the warm hospitality Kathy provided them.

The motorcycle group is touring all the way from Malad to the top of Idaho and single riders as well as groups up to three will be stopping by the entire month of August for refueling and a brief respite before hitting the intense off-road trails again.

Cool Cars and a Movie Under the Stars

Friends Christina Mumme and Lacy Parker Saxton and their families really got into the spirit of the evening!
Longtime McCammonite, Richard Wilde standing out from the crowd.
McCammon Action Council leading the way! Aaron Hunsaker driving his ’63 VW Bug, Morgann Brown (left) & Jillian Brown (right) sporting MAC’s new ACTION T’s.

Our thanks to our sponsor for this movie, Idaho Central Credit Union and to Carol Green for organizing the Cruise Parade…Thanks also to our Movie Nights in the Park event lead producer: Sherri Bordeaux, and director, Aaron Hunsaker.

If you have ideas, would like to volunteer, or would like to be involved as a sponsor for any MAC | McCammon Action Council event, please reach out to us [contact] If you’re not already a subscriber, please subscribe and introduce yourself here: [subscribe]

As many residents know by now, MAC is a non-profit, all volunteer organization. Our goal is to continue to produce these new fun events as well as continually add more ways for us to gather, connect and share.

Thanks to one and all who came out to support this event and for all of you working behind the scenes in so many ways to make our community great…

…Our theme says it all. —Together we grow!

Become a Patron! For as little as $3.33/month you can make a big difference!




*If you or someone you know is featured in these images, I’d love to include that info below the photo…name(s) and car details. 🙂 Thanks! LeAnn

MAC’s “Together We Grow” Tote

New! “Together We Grow” Large Canvas Tote Bag produced by MAC | McCammon Action Council.

Perfect for the grocery store, farmers market, pool side…A generous size, it has long handles making it easy to carry over the shoulder.

So how do you get one you ask? Simply by supporting your favorite (😁), local, non-profit, volunteer-based, community organization: MAC!

Make a one-time donation of $20, – or – if you are a PATRON, receive a special discount and other goodies based on your tier level.

Contact us to reserve your tote bag now or come visit us at the farmers market every Friday and get yours there.

FEBRUARY 2021 UPDATE:

We’re gearing up for springtime and stocking up on our “Together We Grow” Totes in prep for year three (wow!) of our McCammon Farmers Market.

If you missed the chance to get your tote last year, we’d love to hear from you before placing this new order. WRITE US today to reserve yours!

Vinyasa Flow Yoga

Vinyasa yoga is one of the most popular modern forms of yoga. In this type of yoga, you do a series of poses (or asanas) in a smooth, uninterrupted sequence. It’s also called vinyasa flow or flow yoga for the smooth way you transition in between the poses.


In vinyasa yoga, the focus is on linking one’s breath with the movement while transitioning between the poses. Inhalation is usually connected to upward, open movements, while exhalation is often tied to downward movements or twists.

From calming the mind to giving your body an invigorating workout, there are many benefits to vinyasa flow yoga!

🙏 Free! Vinyasa Flow Yoga Class with Kristi Hall-Baldwin.
(Most) Saturdays, 9 am at the McCammon Depot.

All levels are welcome. —Please join us!


(Please always confirm schedule w/Kristi in advance of attending.)

Volunteer Firefighters Needed

McCammon Volunteer Firefighters, Rich Pierson, Fire Chief

Fire Chief Rich Pierson and McCammon’s Volunteer Fire Fighters: Jerry Mercer, Jean Pierson, Lane Pierson and Dallin Nelson. Shown here at the 2019 Rain in the Park event they hosted. 

We are proud of you and your dedication to our community.  Thank you for your service!

Become a Volunteer Firefighter!

The City of McCammon is looking for volunteers to join the crew.  Training is provided.  Please call (208) 254-3200.

Summer Fun! First Movie Night of 2020

Headed to the show!
A beautiful setting for a picnic and movie…people just starting to arrive to find their perfect spot.
MOVIE NIGHTS IN THE PARK IS A MAC | McCAMMON ACTION COUNCIL PRODUCTION

Thank you everyone who came out to enjoy a picnic and movie with us! It was a great turn-out. Mark your calendars for our next movie night July 31st, and don’t miss the vintage cruise parade that evening. Our thanks to our patrons, sponsors and the entire MAC | McCammon Action Council, particularly our Lead Event Producer: Sherri Bordeaux and Director: Aaron Hunsaker.

Thank you Idaho Central Credit Union for covering our movie costs!