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Kuna Melba News June 21 2006 - 7 On the Go With ) lelba Seniors! by Marty Nelson, Coordinator I found this and I just had how smart he was. I could to share it even though Fa- have learned a lot from him. ther's Day has past. It is so I have seen this in the ma- close to the truth, turing process of my sons. When I was: We all feel our Dad was Four years old: My daddy the best. And he was! can doanything. This week Greta from Five years old: My daddy Idaho Osteoporosis Center knows a whole lot. will visit and speak on osteo- Six years old: My dad is porosis. smarter than your dad. Osteoporosis is a progres- - Eight years old: My dad sive disease that causes doesn't know exactly every- bones to become thin and thing, brittle, makingthem more Ten years old: In the olden likely to break. Osteoporosis days, when my dad grew up, may result in broken bones things were sure different. (fractures) in the spine and Twelve years old: Oh, well, hip. Hip fractures often re- naturally, Dad doesn't know quire hospitalization, and anything about that. He is fractures of the bones in too old to remember his the spine can cause loss of childhood, height and severe back pain. Fourteen years old: Don'tBoth may lead to permanent pay any attention to my dad. disability. He is Whether you develop os- so old-fashioned, teoporosis depends on the Twenty-one years old: thickness of your bones ear- Him? My Lord, he's hope- ly in life, as well as health, lessly out of diet, and physical activity date. later in life. Twenty-five years old: Dad Treatment for osteopo- knows about it, but then he rosis includes eating a diet should, because he has rich in calcium and vitamin been around so long. D, getting regular exercise, Thirty years old: Maybe and taking medication to re- we should ask Dad what heduce bone loss and increase thinks, bone thickness. It's impor- After all, he's had a lot of tant to take calcium and vi- experience, tamin D supplements along Thirty-five years old: I'm with any medications you not doing a single thing un- take for osteoporosis. Even til I small changes in diet, ex- talk to Dad. ercise, and medication can Forty years old: I wonderhelp prevent spine and hip how Dad would have han- fractures. Adults who adopt dled it. He healthy habits can slow the was so wise. progress of osteoporosis. Fifty years old: I'd giveWhoa, Greta will be discuss- anything if Dad were hereing this in detail. now so I T.G.I.S, Thank goodnes could talk this over withit's summer! This week will him. Too bad I didn't appre- be the summer solstice. I ciate look forward to summer KeeneHealth Feel Better Now Overcome the Emotional Barriers -hat Create Pain and Self-Defeating Behaviors Call for a Free Consultation or visit www.keenehealth.com Paul Keene 208.922.3000 Gas Bait Beer Tackle G roceries Licenses Visit our Web Site www.dansferryservice.com for Current Weather Conditions at Watters Ferry 1984 Hwy 45 S Waiters Ferry 495-2507 as one of the best times of the year. Take nearly any summer evening and drive around this great valley and look at the landscape, wild or orderly and the beauty stretches from one end to the other. The gardens that are tended with loving hands and the wild spaces that are created with God's hands, takes your breath away. The laughter of children playing ball or running in the sprin- klers, all things of summer bring joy to your heart. We have a few birthdays to help start summer off this week Bob white, Ruby Folendof, Al Johnson and Bonnie Maughn. Hope your birthday is as happy as hap- py gets! Anniversaries are popping up as well. Mr. & Mrs. Bob white, Mr. & Mrs. Claude Prow, and Mr. & Mrs. Jim Corradini. Wishing you hap- piness, today and every day! Happy Anniversary. Thursday, lunch will be hamburger steak with cheesy potatoes. Next Tues- day, 6/27, for breakfast, Do- ris' world famous biscuits and gravy are on the menu. Thursday's entr6e (6/29) will be walking tacos. Also there will be a fire drill that day. The first Tuesday of July there will be NO breakfast. We will .be ce brating the 4th of July with our annual Fried Chicken Dinner. Come join the celebration, In thought of Indepen- dence Day, I found this poem. In triumph and in tragedy, we stand united and defiant in the face of any who would challenge our commitment to our freedom, to our future, to the United States of America. Desert Streams Desert Streams Fellow- ship offers Vacation Bible School, Monday thru Friday, June 19th - 23rd, from 9:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. Enjoy games, crafts, stories, and free snacks. The Vacation Bible School will be conducted at Indian Creek Elementary School, Hawk's Nest Subdivision Park, and Nicholson Park. For more information, call the church at 922-4040. Cleaning House? Planning a Garage Sale? Classified Ads are Free for Subscribers - Non Commercial only, Global Gun Control "Now there was no smith found throughout all the land of Israel: for the Philistines said, Lest the Hebrews make them swords or spears: So it came to pass in the day of battle, that there was neither sword nor spear found in the hand of any of the people " (1 Samuel 13:19 & 22). The U.N. is taking another bold step in it's path to becoming the policy setting center of the world. In July, while we celebrate our inde- pendence, the U.N. will hold a conference on "Small Arms Re- view." It is a conference about global gun control. If you think that they are targeting gun- runners and terrorists - think again. Their stated goal is to regulate "the activities of bro- kers, setting strict import and export controls " They have never veiled their ultimate goal of banning guns globally, and (since most of Europe has thrown in the towel) the Unit- ed States is the intended tar- get. They want to abolish the 2nd Amendment, and disarm our citizens. What they offer is a global socialist fantasy - "If there were no guns, there would be no violence, there would be no poverty, there would be no hungry children." They re- fuse to address the real problem. Our problem is not gun control, it is people control. A gun has no mind nor will of it's own. When I attended high school in Georgia, every pick-up truck in the parking-lot had a gun-rack with a 30-30 cradled in it. Yes, there were the occasional fist- fights, but no gun was ever brandished, and no one was ever shot. We have digressed to the point in our educational system that our children are taught that God does not exist, that they evolved from apes, and that, since there is no absolute truth, they must set their own moral pa- rameters. Then, when they act like enraged animals and pull the trigger on their fellow students, we blame the guns. Rather than asking the hard questions about what is wrong with man, it is easier to point the finger at some- thing that cannot point the finger back. - Pastor Dean Herring You are invited to attend the SOUTH VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH Meeting at the Kids Independent Day School 1615 Linder Rd. (near the corner of Deer Flat Rd) 11:00 AM - Worship and Children's Services Nursery provided Services interpreted for the deaf P.O. Box 338 Kuna, ID 83634 (208) 871-5026 Visit Us at KunaMelbaNewsOnline.com Your interactive online source! 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