The Best Twin Falls Facebook and Twitter Feeds – Our Top Five
Social Media has become a major influence in our lives. We interact with friends and family on Facebook; follow breaking news and trends on Twitter; check in at businesses with Foursquare; and save money with Seize The Deal. Social Media is everywhere, and it has become a great way to explore our world. Even if you’ve lived in Twin Falls your entire life, you can still find new things to do, or find things you didn’t know via Social Media like Google+, Facebook, and Twitter. If you’re new to Social Media, or an old pro, we’ve put together a list of some of our favorite local Social Media pages/people here in Twin Falls, and of course, links are provided.
The Twin Falls Area Chamber of Commerce began as the “Twin Falls Commercial Club” in July 1905. It continues to thrive as an action agency designed to meet community needs. More than 880 member businesses have come together voluntarily to advance the commercial, financial, industrial, and civic interests of the Twin Falls area. The Chamber is the “Business Voice” of the community, and is now on Twitter. They offer information about local concerts, events, and more.
The Rotary Club of Twin Falls was chartered April 1st, 1918. During the same time period Pocatello and Boise Club were established. There are now 42 clubs in District 500 (South Idaho) all helping make their communities a better place.
This page is for all animal lovers! The Twin Falls Animal Shelter serves the community as a place for animals that are homeless. Please support your local Humane Society/Animal Shelter. Share your success stories with us! How can you not look at this Facebook page and want to take home all of those amazing animals?
The men and women of the Twin Falls Police Department are committed to providing excellent service, professional law enforcement and effective crime prevention for a safe community. The Twin Falls Police tweet about events, accidents, arrests, job openings, and more around the Magic Valley.
What started as a page hosted by Brad Weiser has turned into a Facebook community with almost 3,000 members. Users on the KEZJ Facebook page share community events, breaking news, and even fun places that used to be considered “locals only.” 95.7 KEZJ’s Facebook is also a great source for local contest information like the Back to School Showcase that’s giving EZ VIP’s a chance to win one of four prize packages valued at $1,000.