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12 - June 21, 2006 Kuna Melba News Airman Haile Completes Basic Training Air Force Airman Tyler A. G. Halle graduated from basic military training on May 12th at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. He is the son of Todd and Stephanie Wierschem of Kuna and is a 2005 graduate of Kuna High School. Those attend- ing his graduation were his mother and father and three sis- ters: Shyla, Jayda, and Nikeysha of Kuna; ma- ternal grandmother, Margaret Squibb of Salem, Illinois; mater- nal great grandmoth- :er, Blanch Sledge of Xenia, Illinois; grand- parents, Don and Sar- ah Haile of Keenes, Illinois; as well as his Aunt Teresa and Uncle David Appleton and nephews Colby and Wyatt of Baysprings, Mississippi. During the six weeks of training, Airman Haile studied Air Force mission, organi- zation and military customs and courtesies; performed drill and ceremony marches and received physical training exer- cises and special training in human relations. In addition, Airman Halle completed basic training while earning credits toward an associate degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Airman Haile is currently stationed at Ft. Meade, Mary- land where he is receiving training in his field. He will be there until the middle of September and is planning to re- turn home for a short visit before his next assignment. University of Phoenix Hosts "How to get a job in law enforcement" Mike Johnson, Chief of Boise Airport Police to give Keynote MERIDIAN - The University of Phoenix Idaho campus will host a community event for people interested in a career in law enforcement. Boise Airport Police Chief and former US Marshal Mike Johnson will address the audience and discuss the current shortage in qualified law enforcement job candidates, and what Idaho law enforcement agencies are looking for in a candidate. Additionally recruiters from local agencies will be onsite to answer questions and take applications. "We felt it was important to help increase awareness of the current national shortage of qualified law enforcement candidates, and support our local agencies by facilitating an event to help them in their recruiting efforts," said Bill Bach, University of Phoenix Idaho campus director. "It's not often people have this kind of access to leaders such as Chief Johnson, and so many recruiters for local agencies all under the same roof." The event will be Wednesday, June 28, 2006, 6-8 p.m. University of Phoenix Idaho campus, 2950 E. Magic View, across from Meridian St. Luke's Hospital. MIIIY'S PRO PAINTING Interior - Exterior SPRING SPECIAL We will prep, prime, paint single-story $ houses for only 950. We buy the best paints in the color of your choice. 12 Year Exp. All Work Guaranteed 697-1370 or 495-2503 man r, ng airy st The Kaveman Kritters traveled to Meridian June 16th with a float to enter in the Dairy Days Parade. The theme was the Real Dairy Ferry and had a cow in the boat. The float took first place in the 4-H - FFA Division. Everybody had a good time and enjoyed the parade! Tips To Help Keep Children Safe From Internet (NAPSA)-Parents don't have to be Computer experts to keep their children safe online. Accordin to the Univer- sity' Ne v Hampshire's Crimes Against Children Research Center, the first step is to realize that one out of every five youths who use the Internet receives an online sexual approach of so- licitation during a one,year period. Even scarier, in 15 per- cent of such cases, the so- licitor attempts to meet the child in person. And, only 25 percent of those children who encounter a sexual so- licitation tell a parent. Worse yet, if asked, more than 29 percent of Internet- using children will freely give out their home address, e-mail address and other personal information online. The Interuet Keep Safe Coalition and the GEICO Educational Foundation have teamed up with the University of New Hamp- shire's Crimes Against Chil- dren Research Center to let parents know how to help keep children safe online: 1. Keep the computer in a common room in the house and position the moni- tor so it's available for public viewing. 2. Establish rules for using the Internet and teach your child important safety guidelines, 3. Use blocking soft- ware or filtering programs, but don't rely on them as your only line of defense. 4. Predators often use chat rooms to contact chil' dren. Teach children that people online are not always who they say they are. 5. Frequently check your computer's Interuet history to see what sites your child is visiting. 6. Monitor your child's e-mail account. Let him or her know you're checking it and why. Talk with your child about potential online dangers. 7. Spend time with your children when they're online. Have them show you their favorite sites. 8. If you see anything suspicious or think that your child may be a victim of In- ternet exploitation, contact your local FBI office or law enforcement agency. 9. Tell your children to protect their personal in- formation. Children should never give their real name, address, phone number, the name of their school or a pic- ture of themselves to anyone they meet online. Never let your child meet in person with anyone they've met on the Interuet. Teach children to tell a parent, teacher or trusted adult if they feel uncomfort- able about anything they've seen online. For more information, visit www.iKeepSafe.org and www. geico.com/auto/safety. r mm mm am um mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm nm mm nm mm mm ~ n Subscribe to the n n Kuna Melba News! m m m In-State: $22 a year; $20 a year for Seniors II Out of State: $24 a year; $22 for Seniors II I I m Name I m i m Address m Keep informed - I City Read the Kuna Melba I News. Subscribe today just $22 per year. 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