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Vot. 25, No. 15 - Servin the Kuna and Me[ba Area ;ince 1982 - June 21, 2006 e Tyme er an by Earl L. Maggard Melba was one of the first cause was noble, but the Melba's 4th. Every Melba Treasure Valley towns to annual bite of the Auction's visitor knows they will have launch an Auction to bring budget was worrisome, a great day visiting, watch- financial assistance to Melba Dedicated believers that ing the Parade, and partici- area polio victims. The Auc- this nation's independence, pating in all the activities tion made a difference then, 4th of July, should be cel- planned for the great occa- and continues to make a ebrated with breath taking sion. difference today as mon-fireworks displays, formed Day winds down, and ies are" raised and distrib- a non-profit organization to dusk brings on a sense of an- uted throughout the Melba administer the Melba Oldeticipation- it's almost dark community for a variety of Tyme 4 of July. Again, with enough to begin the fire- causes, financial assistance fromworks! Youngsters of all ages A recipient of the Auc- the Auction, the Melba Olde love the fireworks program. tion's generosity was the Tyme 4$ of July Commit- Fireworks were initially Melba Fireworks Program. tee launched Melba's larg- rockets launched from Mel- The Auction actually funded est ever July 4 celebration, ba's football field. The dis- a fledgling group in their ef- Melba's population swellsplays were awesome, and the forts to celebrate the birth from just under 400 to over explosions complimented the of this nation, and highlight 10,000 on the 4 of July. bright auras, Yet there was patriotism through a 4 of School and family re- room for improvement, and July fireworks display. The unions are scheduled around - Continued on page 17 0 al Walk and Proceeds from 2006 Show to Benefit Kuna Fire Association The Idaho PieceMakerS opportunity for Kuna busi-raised should enhance a are busy planning their an- nesses to join with the Idaho non-profit service organiza- nual Quilt Show and Quilt PieceMakerS in bringing tion in the Kuna community Walk. Now in its :seventh walk-in traffic to their place and this year chose the Kuna year, the Quilt Show has of business by displaying a Fire Association of the Kuna continued to draw more quilt and stamping walk- Fire Department to benefit quilts for display and more ers' passports. Walkers earn from the 2006 Quilt Show viewers each year. This year prizes based on the numberproceeds. These funds will the Quilt Show will be held of quilts they view. This year enable the Kuna Fire Associ- Saturday, August 5 and Sun- the Walk will begin July 24 ation to purchase new equip- day, August 6 at the Kuna and continue through Au- ment ensuring the Kuna vol- High School Commons, 637 gust 5 If you would like to unteer firemen get the best E. Deer Flat Road. Prizes are participate, please call Suzi training available! awarded by viewers choice at 922-3008 or 466,3557. -Over 100 energetic and voting. The Quilt Walk committee enthusiastic men and worn- In an effort to bring will provide a quilt to dis- en of all ages make up this awareness to local business- play if you do not have one group of dedicated quilters es, merchants are invited to available, who meet on the fourth sponsor a ribbon where they Sponsored by the Kuna Wednesday of each month at pick their favorite quilt and Chamber of Commerce for the Kuna Fire Department's that ribbon is displayed on several years, the Idaho meeting room at 7 p.m 150 the quilt during the show. To PieceMakeS decided last fall Boise Ave. There are no dues sponsor a ribbon please call following a very successful and all levels of quilters are Julia at 922-1906 or stop Quilt Show, to develop their invited. Meetings consist of by the Room to Learn class- own identity. Under chain-a short business meeting, room in Knit One - Quilt ber sponsorship the money demonstrations, show-n-tell Too, 708 E. Wythe Creek Ct raised from the show went and eating chocolate! For Kuna (just across from Ava- into the chamber's generalmore information on enter- lon Plaza). fund. The Idaho PieceMak- ing a quilt in the show, please The Kuna Quilt Walkis an erS believe that the fundscall Nancy at 884-1158. This Week at Kuna Farmers Market by Cheryl McCord Juanita Cates, the creator of Betty Jean's Bloomers, is offering a gift basket full of her handcrafted soaps, lotions, bath salts, and towels in a raffle. The proceeds from the raf- fle will benefit the Finch family in Kuna who lost their home to fire in early June. After her mother, Betty Jean Ellibee, passed away in March, Juanita was inspired to start the business with the help of her aunt in Portland who taught Juanita the art and science of traditional cold-processed soap making. Juanita took this knowledge and combined it with her interests in aromatherapy to develop a full line of soothing and heal- ing soaps along with complementary lotions, bath salts, and candles. Cold-processed soaps benefit the skin because the natu- ral saponificiation process that occurs when lye is combined with water and oils maintains the efficacy of the oils in the soap. The hot process used in making commercial soap can cause the oils to become rancid. Another benefit of cold-processed soap is that all of the glycerin, a natural moisturizer, remains in the soap. Com- mercial soaps produced with the hot method cause the glyc- erine to separate. Much of the glycerine is then drained off and sold to make other products. Juanita formulates her products for specific purposes by selecting different oils and adding other natural ingredients such as vitamin E, aloe vera, and essential oils. For example, Oatmeal Milk and Honey is excellent for children and others with sensitive skin. The Calendula Petals bar soothes skin inflammations and Tea Tree is a good antiseptic soap. Stop by the Market and visit Juanita at the Betty Jean's Bloomers booth for samples of her products and purchase tickets for the git basket to be given away. The Kuna Farmers Market is held Saturdays from 9 am to 12 noon at Sandstone Plaza. For more information, please contact CheryI McCord at 922-5113 or visit the website at www.KunaFarmersMarket.com. Visit us at KunaMelbaNewsOnline.com Forums Subscribe News Weather Polls