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20 - June 211 2006 Kuna Melba News Kuna FFA.Members Attend Summer Kids 12 & Under Eat Free on Monday Tuesdayis Margarita Night Senior Day - Wednesday 25% Off Thursday is Fajita Night Mexican BBQ Ribs - Friday & Saturday! Sunday is Seafood Day Special Event Catering Free Banquet Room - 50 seat capacity To Go Orders 922-4311 (Kuna Only) Family Mexican Restaurant 780 E. Avalom Kuna 922-43n Leadership Students from across the nation attended the 2006 Washington Leader- ship Conference (WLC) at the nation's capital. The conference is an activity of the National FFA Organiza- tion in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Educa- tion. Jake Blackstock, Matt Durrant, Heather Elmquist, John Harding, Jessica Phil- lips, Pat Regli, Tyler, Reyn- olds, Madison Skogsberg, Devin Thorton, Alicia Zabel, adviser, Mr. Blackstock, and community leader Mrs. Sk- ogsberg attended during the week of June 13 -18th. This week-long program helps FFA members improve their leadership shills and prepare for leadership roles in their chapters, communi- ties and their future careers. They attended workshops sessions on problem solving, persuasive communication, character leadership and building relationships. They also got the opportunity to participate in service learn- ing events. Conference in Washington DC The National FFA Orga- morials and historical sights nization coordinates WLC, in Washington D.C. A high- which attracts participants light of the week was a visit from across the Country. This to the office of Senator Larry summer, more than 2,000 Craig. FFA members will attend The members of the one of the conference's seven Kuna FFA chapter worked week-long sessions, on developing their leader- Students also increase ship and citizenship skills their understanding of the throughout the week and nation's heritage with vis- will bring a lot of new ideas its to, Arlington National and information back to the Cemetery, the Jefferson,Kuna FFA Chapter and corn- Lincoln, and Roosevelt Me- munity. Resources For Caregivers (NAPSA)-If you're an older person who could use a little help or a caregiver helping an older person, knowing where to turn for assistance can make all the difference. It's easy to find out what local services are available to assist you. Just contact the Eldercare Locater at (800) 677- 1116 or This free service is the first step to finding resources for older adults in any U.S. community. Home repair, transportation, nutritional meals and employ- ment services are just a few of the many resources that can help older persons live independently for as long as possi- ble. The Eldercare Locater also offers brochures that provide information on warning signs that an older relative may need help; topics to discuss with aging parents; staying in touch during crisis situations; and energy tips to help older adults save money and live safely. 2ND IN 23 5 S DESERT 922 -4040 !