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6 - June 21r 2006 Now is the season to travel and visit family and friends. Blanche Johnston's twin sister, Bernice Farris of Cheyenne, [windy] Wyoming had dinner a the Kuna Senior Center on Monday. We're glad Blanche was able to attend church on Sunday. Daisy Reeves, who moved to Idaho from Kingman, Ari- zona to be near her family, ate dinner with us last week. Donna Davis from Meridian also visited the Kuna Senior Center. She previously lived in Anchorage, Alaska for 11 years. We welcomed Richard and Velda Allen to dinner on Mon- day. Ruby German plans to visit her daughter, Rita Harris in Las Vegas. We willmiss Ernie Sandberlf who is going to Iowa for a month. Mary Reynolds continues to recover from her medical problems. Pearl and Swede Philips, who is recovering from surgery, came to the center. We are glad that Chuck Monger is out of the hospital. He came to dinner on Monday. Menu for the coming week: Friday, June 23: Pork chops, mushroom sauce, whipped potatoes, winter mixed veggies, peach crisp. Monday, June 26: Chicken strips, ranch dress- ing, mashed potatoes, gravy, spinach, carrot, pineapple & raisin salad. Wednesday, June 28: Barbequed chicken, po- tato wedges, mixed vegetables, peaches & cottage cheese salad. All meals are served with milk, coffee and bread. Area seniors are encouraged to attend the Kuna Center for noon meals on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 11:45 a.m. Hope to see you all! Meridian Thrift Shop Needs Donations The Meridian Senior Center Thrift Shop is in need of small household items, knick knacks, jewelry and season- al items. No more clothing is needed at this time. You can make your donations by bringing them to the center at 133 Broadway in Meridian. For more information, call the cen- ter at 888-5555. The Kuna Metba News can be accessed online at Click on the Small Town Papers link to view the Kuna Me[ba News Indian Creek Family Medicine New Location: 708 E. Wythe Creek Ct - Kuna Across from Paul's Market Appointments Available Man - Fri 9:30 - 4:30 Closed for the lunch hour 1:00 - 2:00 Michael D. Holden, MD - Mon-Thurs Gale C. Tinker, PA-C - Man & Tues Dave Tome), PA-C - Wed- Fri For Appointments Please Call 922-5338 We specialize in: ~ being locally owned ~ affordable funerals ~ personalized service -- burials ~ cremations -- prearranged funerals ~ grave markers -- custom memorial video -- shipping arrangements Family owned and operated for over 20 years. Where we encourage you to compare cost and service i let us .rove you hundreds of dollars - I Call for price information I 2o8 888-s833 1303 N Main Street, Meridian, ID 83642 ~ I Fax: (2081 888-0940 ~ | E-mail: ~ | Website: ~) L Y~J/D lArry-re~ Ten Mile Community Church 4440 E. Columbia Road Meridian 362-2620 Worship Services Sunday, 8:30 8:11 a.m. Sunday School - 9:50 a.m. AWANAWednesday - 6:45 p.m. Rev. John Kingrey - Sr. Pastor Ben Day - Youth Pastor Brian Antes - Worship Children's Pastor Kuna First Baptist Church Sunday School - 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship - 11 o'clock Sunday Eves - 6 o'clock AWANA - Mon 6:30 - 8p.m. Scott Piper, Pastor 922-1124 321 W. 4 " Kuna Melba Valley Worship Center 1263 C Hwy 45 Sunday Mornings at 10:30 Phone 442-7259 Pastor Shown Martin Teaching the Truth in Love Sunday Morning Service - 10 am Kuna Community Hall Nursery & Sunday School Wednesday Night Study - 7pm 333 Ave C, Suite 7 Pastor Chris Bent For more information call 922-'WORD (9673) If you enjoy reading the Kuna Melba News, please support our advertisers! They make this paper possible. Subscribe today! Just $22 a year! Call 922-3008 to subscribe or visit kunamelba BOB REEDER TRIPLE R BODY WORKS 120 Main Kuna Quality Body Repair & Painting 35 Years in the Industry Free Estimates Kuna United Methodist Church 4th 8: Franklin 922-4745 9 a.m. - Praise Service 9:45 a.m - Sunday Scho0[ 11 a.m. - Worship Library Open to the Community 1:30 - 4:30 Tuesdays Kuna Food Bank Avaitab[e for Emergency Food Needs Pastor dody Felton St. Joseph's Catholic Church 5 & Randolph Melba Sunday Mass - 9:30 a.m. CCD Classes - 10:30 a.m. Rev. Jerry Funke Oscar Jaramillo Parochial Vicar 466-7031 Community Baptist Church of Melba 4th & Randolph 495-2727 Pastor Russ Steiner 9:45 - Sunday School 10:50 - Morning Worship Wed. 7 pm - Bible Study ABC Club meets Tues ofter school for K-6~ Graders FreeBreakfast-: Thursdays 7:30 a.m. 7th-12th Graders I nchor Baptist Church Located on the comer of Meridian and Columbia Roads Every Sunday: -Sunday School: 9:45-11:45 am (Bible Classes for All Age Groups) AM Worship - 11 am PM Worship - 6 pm Wed: Prayer/BibleStudy 7 pm Everyone Welcome! Pastor: Dr. James Brandon 362-3803 Christian Sdence Society, Meridian Church Services: Sundays - 11 a.m. 2"d E Wed. 7:30 p.m. Reading Room Hours: Tues Wed Thurs 8: Sat.: 10:30 a.m.- 2:00 p.m All Are Welcome Kuna Seventh Day Adventist Church You are invited to join our church family on Saturdays 9:30 am Church Service 11:15 am Sabbath School Pastor Randy Maxwell 820 Linder Rd. Kuna 922-4686 I ake all thin A Non-Demoninational Church Located in the Seventh Day Adventist Church - 820 Linder, Kuna Worship Service 10 am Nursery & Children's Programs Bruce Wheeler, Minister John Whittaker, Ed. Director Church: 922-5415 PO Box 85, Kuna, ID 83634 D o s KUNA, IDAHO Meeting at Kuna Senior Citizens & Neighborhood Center Sundays 10 am Pastor Ray Sparkman 922-4040 PO Box 660, Kuna, ID 83634 Having a Passion for God and a Passion for People Deadlines for articles and classified advertising for the Kuna Melba News are Monday by 5p.m. before pub- lication; legal notices by 12 p.m. Tuesday before publication; ad changes by 5 p.m. Monday before publication. Deadlines for weeks with Monday holidays are the Friday befor pub- lication. Letters and guest opinions are welcome but subject to the editor's discretion for subject matter and language. Items submitted after the deadline will be published at the editor's discretion. 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