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Kuna Melba News More U Swans at June 2006 - 9 Duckings Tumed Into Knit One Quilt Too By Bill Clark I am a big fan of Google Google Earth Community yard or small, etc. Once you Earth, an incredible globe web site. The list goes on zero in on a house of inter- that sits inside my home and on. est, a simple click displays computer. Made up of thou- And then there is my the listing information. sands of satellite images, small contribution. I de-For the first time, an Google Earth lets us zoom veloped Earth Point, www.on-line map can actually be anywhere on the planet with h rJ hl Al,which showsused to go house hunting. amazing detail. Areal bonus Treasure Valley real estate No more senseless trips in is the vast collection of geo: listings on Google Earth,the car, no more reading ad graphic information, much There are over 4,000 houses after ad after ad. Just fly of it contributed by users for sale in Ada and Canyon around and look at houses. from around the world, counties. It is impossible to I will be writing more in With a click of the mouse, see them all by reading the future articles. If you have we can view exotic locales ads, but it is easy if you use any questions about Earth like Maui, Paris, or Kuna; fly Google Earth. Point or Google Earth please to Africa, read National Geo- That's because the listings give me a call. My number graphic articles, and explore are accurately located and is 860-6311 or email bill. the places they were written; the property lines are drawn, download real-time stream You know right away if the Bill Clark is the developer flows from http://water.usgs, house you are looking at is of Earth Point, gov/waterwatch/; or join the next to a busy street or is on and is a realtor with search for corn mazes at the a quiet street, if it has a big Holland Realty. 2006 Great Garden Escape Concert Series at Idaho Botanical Gardens Enjoy music and good Blues Band, Blues Rock n' Soul Revue, Vintage friends at the Idaho Botani- July 13: Jon Bonine's Rhythm & Blues cal Garden as our Great Gar- Rather Large Band, Origi- August 24: Pinto Bennett den Escape Summer Concert nal Jazz & Trio Bennett, Country Series continues. Bring your July 20: Steve Eaton & Rock and Bluegrass own blanket or lawn chairsSteve Flick, Jazz, Blues, and August 31, Fat John & and your picnic basket or en- Rock 'n Roll the Three Slims, Blues joy food and drink selections July 27: Michele Eastland The above concerts, with from our vendors. Mark Jazz Roek Country,the ption of the last your calendar now! Standards three, begin at 6:30 and June 22: Muzzie & Billy August 3: Buckhorn end at 9:30 p.m. The last Braun, Country and Ameri-Mountain Boys, Traditionalthree concerts, August 17th, can Standards Bluegrass 24th, and 31st begin at 6:00 June 29: Rebecca Scott, August 10: Boise Straight and end at 9:00 p.m.Cost: Folk-Rock Ahead, Big Band Swing $9.00/$7.00 IBG members. July 6: Boise's All Star August 17: Blues Brothers The Idaho Botanical Gar- den, 2355 N. Penitentiary Rd Boise, (208) 343-8649. Knit One Quilt Too has on display the entries from their second Ugly Duckling Contest. In April participants purchased a brown paper bag in which was one-half yard of 'ugly' fabric. Their task was to turn the fabric into a 'swan' using as much of the fabric as possible. Folks are invited to stop by the shop at 708 E. Wythe Creek, (across from Arctic Circle) and vote for their favorite by June 30. The winner will receive a $25 gift certificate to Knit One Quilt Too and a $25 gift certificate to Room to Learn. Returned 'swans' include wall hangings, a pillow, a child's apron and bonnet, a jacket, table runners and a vest. The shop is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 10 - 6:30; Thursday, 10 - 8 and Saturday, 9 - 5. the RED EYE GRILL Lunch Specials 11-2 11tu Mealoaf& Mashed This Week's Race: r-ri: Fish & Chips Bacon Cheeseburger Dodge Save/Mart Moo: Rnger Ste= 350 Tues: Ruben Sandwich Happy Hour Prices Wed: Mushroom SurcjQr During All Races! Breakfast Served Karaoke - Fri & Sot until 3 am Thurs, Fri & Sat Nights 444 W. Main, Kuna 922-9797 mun Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area Draft Resource Management Plan and En'vironmental Impact Statement BLM invites the public to informal presentations and information-sharing about the Draft Resource Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement. Come and learn about issues being addressed to help provide comments on the Draft Resource Management Plan. Aaenda: v 6:30 - 7:30 pm - Overview of Birds of Prey NCA and proposed management alternatives 7:30 - 9:00 pm - Informal and individual discussions with BLM personnel Locations: Thursday, June 22: Kuna High School Commons, 637 E Deerflat Kuna, ID Tuesday, June 27: Rimrock Jr/Sr High School Cafeteria, Hwy 78, Bruneau, ID Wednesday, June 28:Mountain Home Public Library, 700 N 10 East, Mtn. Home, ID Thursday, June 29: Boise High School Cafeteria, 1010 W Washington, Boise, ID Need more information? Contact: Mike O'Donnell, RMP Team Leader, 208-384-3315 John Sullivan, NCA Manager, 208-384-3338 A Field Tour of the NCA is planned for Saturday, July 15, 2006. Contact Mary Jones at 384-3305