One of the strengths of Kuna is, and always has been, the involvement of our young people as the city moves forward in population and achievement. We are now the 14th largest city in Idaho and proudly had many students compete in the Union Pacific Railroad safety campaign, to present a message to our citizens that railroads are dangerous even for cities like Kuna that are known as railroad cities.
We want to thank all who entered the contest and are overwhelmed by the quality of your effort.
We also want to recognize the winners.
Poster Contest: 1st Jamie Sugai, 2nd Auburn Bernier, 3rd Tyler Mick. K-3
Coloring Contest: 1st Humberto Gomez, 2nd Damon Hall-Elliott, 3rd Paelin Armstrong. 4-5
Coloring Contest: 1st Lauren Crnich, 2nd Katelynne Nicole Abel, 3rd Trenton Mendiola
Great job students. They will attend a council meeting to receive their prizes and to be recognized for their achievement as well as ride in the Operation LifeSaver Mini Train in the Night Light parade on Saturday, December 14.
For those who submitted an entry, beginning Wednesday, December 18th, please stop in to City Hall and pick up our gift to you of a Free Mini Pizza card for Firehouse Pizzeria and Grill for participating. You are welcome to take your art home to save.
Call City Hall if you have any questions.
As we prepare for Christmas and review our blessings, let’s not forget to give thanks that we live in a great community with talented and involved young people.
—Mayor Greg Nelson