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Kuna Melba News June 21 r 2006 - 11 Kathrine Stirm recently groups of distinguished lead- attended the IDAHO Hugh ers in business, government, O'BrianYouth(HOBY)Lead- education and the profes- ership Seminar. Kathrine sions to discuss present and joined more than 85 other future issues. The goal is to young leaders representing provide the youths a stimu- as many high schools from lating forum for learning throughout Idaho from June about critical issues while 8 to June 11, 2006 in Boise. broadening their under- Representing Melba High standing of their leadership School, Kathrine Stirm is the potential and quest for self- daughter of Heidi and Dan development. HOBY leaders Stirm. HOBY Leadership are also challenged to return Seminars bring together a to their communities to per- select group of high school form at least 100 hours of sophomores to interact with community service within UI Announces Spring 2006 Dean's List for AreaStudents MOSCOW - The University of Idaho has named 2,221 students to the spring 2006 Dean's List. To be eligible for this honor, undergraduate students must achieve a grade point average of 3.5 or better in 12 or more graded credit hours during one semester. Law students must earn a 3.0 GPA in 10 or more graded credit hours. Students who have received this honor from the Kuna Melba area are: Kuna: College of Agricultural and Life Sciences: Kendra Anne Long, Lisa Marie Otto, Sarah Michelle Perez. College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences: Stefani Da- nae Blair, Shira Grei Heikkola. Melba: College of Agricultural and Life Sciences: Kather- ine J. Beavers, Jacob Edward Silver. College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences: Matthew Todd Breach. College of Science: John Matthew Hamilton. F 12 months following the Seminar. "The seminar chal- lenged me to think about the world around me and what we, as the future leaders, have to do to positively influ- ence business, government, and society," said Stirm. "I also better understand that my goals and dreams are important and that leaders have extreme responsibili- ties in whatever walk of life they pursue." Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership was estab- lished in 1958 by the popular actor Hugh O'Brian follow- ing a visit to Africa where he was inspired by a meeting w th Dr. Albert Schweitzer. "One of the things Sch- weitzer said to me was that the most important thing in education was to teach young people to think for themselves," O'Brian Said. "From that inspiration, and with the support of others who believe in youth and the American dream, I started HOBY to seek out, recognize, and develop outstanding leadership potential among our nation's youth." Further information about HOBY activities and sponsorship opportunities is available by calling Kevin ]Kluckhohn at (208) 371-1669 ,inlc Health Care for the Entire Family Advlt & Pediatric Healtfi Care Emerqenc j Care Lab Services X-Ra j Services Immunizations 5ports Mecldne Sports Pfi jsicals Open Mon - Fri 9-5 & Sat 9-1 Myrna Olson-Fisher, CFNP -- Mountain Land Physical Therapy -- 190 W. Main Street 922-5130 Suzi's Skin Care by Suzi Meuser, Aesthetician / Permanent Makeup Specialist, (870-4886) Thinned-skin The eyelid skin is the thinnest skin on the body. As a re- sult, it usually shows the signs of aging before other areas. Aging of the eyelid area is determined by heredity and sun damage. If one develops puffiness around the eyes at a very early age, commonly during the teenage years, this will accel- erate aging also because of the expansion and contraction of the skin. Ironically, the facial exercises used by many to slow the aging process, can ac- tually accelerate it! This is because the muscles of the face insert directly into the skin, so every time the muscles contract, they crease the skin, resulting in wrinkles at the outer cor- ners of the eyes called crow's feet. E Sprinkler Design & Installation 504 We~tP~ Dr~eN~, ID 83686 Premium Systems and Service * Sprinkler Design. Installation. & Repair Services * * Spring Start-up & Fall Winterization * Eric& 5t6i r - Ph (208) 461-2905 At Mountain Land, our goal is to diagnose the underlying physical problems that result in low back pain. Our treatment programs are designed 1 decrease your pain and improve daily function, so you can return to a productive lifestyle. Located at 172 West 3rd Street in Kuna. Call 922-9828 for an appointment. Medicare ~Mast Insurance Accepted P erson, MSPr PhysicaI Therapist 'Mountain Land. -Monica art, M$ffr PHYSICAL THERAPY Physical Therapist REHABILITATION-- I I Movie Mania at Melba Baptist Church Movie Mania is being of- fered to the kids of all ages this summer at the Com- munity Baptist Church-of Melba. Every Tuesday with the exception of July 4 the church will be show- G-rated movies at 2 p.m. on a large 6 foot by 8 foot screen. There will be snacks at intermission and door prizes for those in attendance. The church is located on the corner of 4th and Randolph streets in Melba. For more infor- mation call Pare Davis at 467-4839 or Pastor Russ and Pat Steiner at 495- 2213. The Idaho Blades Trav- el Hockey Program, and Steelhead Jeremy My- lymok, will be conduct- ing summer ice clinics in Boise twice per week for those interested in trying out for this competitive youth hockey program. Please call (208) 794-5966 to learn more about our program, and the summer sessions. Kuna's New 24-Hour Co-ed Fitness Center li,lli/il| | mm,mk 1573 N. Linder, Kuna 922-4622 Tomorrow's Answer to a Healthy Lifestyle Douglas W. Croft, DDS PHONE 922-4149 Fax 922-4140 927 North Linder Kuna Idaho 83634 Treasure Valley Veterinary Hospital Dogs Cats Birds Reptiles Rodents FuLL Service 'VL-=terir~lry Hospital LASER Surgery NOW OPEN SATURDAYS 9-1!. * 2600 S. Meridian/Kuna Road w, mv=L --- Between Victory & Overland Open at 7:00 a.m. j Open Late Thursday Nights y 888-4844 WaLk-Ins WeLcome Dr. Rick Shackelford