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14 - June 21 T 2006 Gallons for G radesTM Tesoro introduces Gallons for Grades, a unique program designed to reward students for getting good grades. It's important to the future to get those grades up. But, with a little help from Tesoro, it's important today. Tesoro's dedication to local communities includes a strong commit- ment to education. That is why they started Gallons for Grades. It has been a highly successful rewards program hat encourages academic excellence. Here is how it works: Students get $2 for each A, and $1 for each B. The rewards come in the form of a Tesoro fuel- CardTM to be used for gas at participating Tesoro locations. To qualify, students with a valid drivers license in the participating state can complete the attached verification form or complete a form online at www.tsocorp.comJgallons- forgrades,htm. Attach a copy of your report card and mail it to the address on the form. A parent or legal guardian signature (if student is un- der 18) and student signature is required on the verification form. All completed forms must be postmarked within 6 weeks of the issuance date on the report card. You may apply once per grading period, not to exceed 4 times a year. If you have questions call the Tesoro Customer Care Center at 1.877.7.TESORO. The Gallons for GradesTM program is available to stu- dents who live and attend school in Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, Minnesota, Utah and North Dakota only. Kuna's Super C is a Tesoro dealer. Stop by and discuss the Gallons fro GradesTM program with Natu Patel Visit Us at KunaMelbaNewsOnline.com Your online source! Kuna Melba News omery ly Holds Nearly 100 members of the Montgomery clan met last Saturday, June 17th at the Melba Senior Center. The eldest generation was represented by Juanita Webb (seated) and Gladys Montgomery (second from left), daughter and daughter-in-law of Cal Montgomery and Lela Montgomery (far right) and Inez Caves (far right), both daughter-in-laws of Jesse and Maude Montgomery. Also in attendance was Don Montgomery (left) of Centralia, Washington, son of Ben Montgomery. Cal, Jesse and Ben Montgomery were three brothers who came west from Missouri in the early 1920s. - Madge Wylie Quality Repair & Painting Bob & Deana Bass, Owners FREE ESTIMATES We handle all insurance claims! 9675 HWY 45 NAMPA (208) 467-2502 CleanWtg lotf l Plan- Help Us:Supporter TrOops ning a Garage Sale? The Kuna Melba News is still requesting addresses for Classified Ads are Free for our troops deployed to Iraq or.Afghanistan. We would like to Subscribers -- send them a free subscription of the Kuna Melba News for Non Commercial only, the duration of their deployment. If you have a service mem- Please! Call 922-3008, ber returning home, please send us a change of address. fax 922-3009 or email Please email kunamelbanews@aol.com, or mail to Kuna' kunamelbanews@aol.com Melba News, P.O. Box 373, Kuna, ID, 83634. If There is hope. you want to stop drinking, We can help. CALL ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 208-344-6611 Is this your copy of the ' Kuna Melba News you are reading? Subscribe today for just $22 per year/Send a check or money order to Kuna A4elba News, PO Box 373, Kuna, ID 83634. I can hetp you save up to 10~; on each policy when you hitch your auto policies. Cat[ me today. (208) 922-5875 Ryan Scott 708 E WYTHE CREEK CT. STE102B KUNA RyanScott@allstate.com Se habta espaSo! "~u~ in go~ ~ j ~n~umn ear~dI=~ um~Uemd~n~yt~mu~hse~e~tc~m~`~ya~ds~b~e~tt~av~abi~ityand~u~mm 0~= ~untapplilstom0$tma:or 0verages AIIstaterm~rtyand i Casu~ytnsuranceC~pany,AJi~lndemn~Cor~pany: Nortflbr~k, lL 020~kJ~t~elnsumnceconzpany ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received by the Board of Trustees of Kuna Jt. School District No. 3, Kuna, Idaho, for one (1) large area rotary lawn mower. Detailed specifications are available at the Kuna School District Support Services Facility, 711 E. Porter Road, Kuna, Idaho, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m Monday through Friday until the day of bid opening. Sealed bids must be submitted on or before 2:00 p.m. on July 6, 2006, to the Kuna School District Support Services Facility, 711 E. Porter Road, Kuna, Idaho. Bids received after the stated time and date will not be considered. At the stated time and place, bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. The Board of Trustees reserves the right to accept or reject or to select any portion of any or all bids and to waive any technicality. No bidder may withdraw his bid after the opening of such bids unless the awarding of the bid is delayed for a period exceeding thirty days. Susan T. Crew Is/ Clerk, Kuna Jt. School District No. 3 Publish: June 21 & 28 mm mmu, 922-9485 ww v.ProReaityService.com J Commercial OpPortunity in downtown Kuna! Zoned CBD (Central Business District) with neady 7000 sq ft of useable space. Portions of building already divided into separate offices. $300,000. Dave Lyon Earl,aggard Broker Sales Associate 861-9131 989-1031