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Kuna Meiba News Treasure Valley Engi New Staff Members neers Treasure Valley Engi- and Montana; she is also neers, Inc. is pleased to an- a Land Surveyor-in-Train- nounce the addition of new ing. Kris has experience in staff to our offices: Kris AutoCAD, LandDesk, Mi- Kettelle, L.S.I.T, Senior Civ- crostation, and others. Ms. il Designer; Kristin Holtz, Kettelle works at our Nam- HR Director, and returning pa location as a Senior Civil Michelle Marsh, Office Man- Designer. ager. Kris enjoys spending time Ms. Kettelle has 30 years with her family, especially of experience in civil design her two granddaughters; she calculations, mapping, and also has two dogs and two plan preparation of land de- cats, and fosters animals for velopment and land survey- the Idaho Humane Society. ing projects associated with Kris loves to read and enjoys commercial and residential camping with her dogs. land development; she has Ms. Marsh comes to Trea- worked on public utility engi- sure Valley Engineers with neering, traffic engineering, over sixteen years experi- commercial and residential ence in administrative du- engineering and State trans- ties related to construction portation projects in Idaho and consulting engineering. -- Kris Kettelle -- Michelle :Marsh Melba Olde Tyme 4th continued from page 1 the Committee would plan for an even bigger and better event each year. It is amazing how fire- works technology, and cho- reographed music have turned a fireworks program into a fireworks production. Particularly over the last six years, fireworks productions have brought spectators to standing ovations of appre- ciation Equally amazing is that each 4th of July, a new fire- works phenomenon is intro- duced to the viewing public. Rumor has it that this year will be no different There will be a new spectacular something presentation sometime during the fire- works production. Bigger and better comes with a price tag. Cash dona- tions from both the Melba community and their friend- ly visitors keep the Commit- tee planning for subsequent 4 of July celebrations. The Committee requests that cash gifts, in the form of a check or money order, be mailed, with a SASE to: P.O. Box 44, Melba, ID 83641. Donors gifting $25 or more will receive a receipt for their tax-deductible contri- bution. The Master of Cer- emonies will announce gifts of $100 or more on the eve- ning of the 4th, prior to the fireworks program. Donors may join Kelly Leavitt on stage for special recognition of their gift. Volunteers attired in red vests will collect cash and checks of appreciation throughout the fireworks presentation. Early risers may register for the QRU Fun Run at 7:30 a.m. The Arts and Crafts Fair, Concessions and Pa- rade line-up begins at 9 a.m. Parade judging is at 9:30 a.m then the Parade winds its way through Melba. And, the Classic Car Show begins after the Parade: in front of the high school. The Fairway of Games opens at 11 a.m Then the Melba Senior Citizens begin serving their famous Fried Chicken Lunch at 11:30. Stage entertainment be- gins at Noon with Kelly & Friends, followed by the Melba Middle School Cheer- leaders at 1 p.m. The Melba High School Cheerleaders take the stage at 2 p.m and they are followed by Just Country at 3 p.m. Cammi Post entertains at3:30 p.m and is followed at 5:30 p.m. by Pam & Dave Mangum. The Special Award & Citi- zen of the Year presentation is at 7 p.m then the Daniel Announce Ms. Marsh is our Office Man- ager for both the Nampa and Boise offices. Michelle enjoys her daughter, raising Dorper sheep selling them as butch- er lambs, farming, family, community, and quiet time. Ms. Holtz has a B.S. De- gree in Management, 6 years experience in human resources, and many years of experience in the adminis- trative field. Ms. Holtz is re- sponsible for the Human Re- sources department and will perform backup duties for the administrative group. Kristin enjoys spending time with her husband Lar- ry and their son Bryan, and likes to read.and write sus- pense/horror novels. --- Kristifi Holtz Johnson Band plays until 9 p.m when the Knights wrap up stage activities, and prepare for the fireworks production Give your family a special gift this year and take them out to Melba for an experi- ence worth repeating. The Melba Olde Tyme 4th of July is the place to be. Fraud Alert Protects Credit (NAPSA)-A new tool, called a "fraud alert," has been created to protect your credit Fraud alerts help prevent anyone from open- ing new accounts in your name. They act as a red flag on your credit report, visible only when businesses access your file to possibly extend you credit To place an alert on your account, call one of the three credit-reporting agencies and ask them to flag your credit file for fraud. For more information, please visit and click on Consumer Connection. There is hope. If you want to stop drinking, We can help. 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