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Twin Falls Times News (Newspaper) - June 3, 2015, Twin Falls, Idaho Community flocks to new All Access Park splash Park construction to Start next week Tetona Dunlap thu rap mag Kvaley com twin Falls a Tessa Soh sat strapped inside of a red bucket seat with a smile on her face. Tessa 6, was about to travel across a 66-foot zip line powered by the push of her father. A ready Here we go a Mark Solt said As he launched her Forward and her Grin grew wider. The first Federal Bank Park opened april 30 to rave reviews from parents and Community members. Go there any Day of the week and the Park is packed full of children and parents. A 3,000-Square-feet splash Park is the next phase of the project. Construction is expected to Start next week. Tuesday afternoon was the first time Laura Jacobson of Castleford brought her three Young children to play. A this is our first time Here. They were excited a Jacobson said. A my Little baby loves the big red swings. I love it. There Are so Many options and its not near the the first Federal Bank Park is the first full Access Park in twin Falls. It was designed to include children and adults with disabilities. The Parks features include a Stephen Wess. Times news Chrissy Soh watches her daughter Tessa on the Jungle gym at first Federal Park on tuesday in twin Falls. Roller table a 10-foot slide a full body swing and a wheelchair Friendly surface. The closest full Access Parks Are in Boise and Pocatello. A a we be received multiple emails phone Calls and feedback from staff that have talked to individuals a said Ashley Terry first Federal savings Bank marketing director. A the most touching ones Are the parents with kids who have disabilities that weren table to go to a Park and now Are Able the 39-acre Complex is on 2700 East Halfway Between Falls Avenue and pole line Road West. First Federal purchased and installed All the playground equipment and turned the Park Over to the City to own and maintain. The playground and splash Park were built in Honor of first Federal savings Bank a Centennial. The splash Park will have 19 water features such As dueling dumper water cannons and misting rainbows. Terry said a firm timeline for its completion should be set in the next Day or two. A we split the project in two phases a Terry said. A the splash pad because its not completed its still first Federal s. We Are still overseeing please see Park jul former Deputy broiler sentenced Laurie Welch twitch magic Valley. Com Rupert a former Minidoka county sheriffs Deputy Darrell James Broner has been sentenced to a year in jail for punching a former colleague but he a not behind bars. Broner 51 of Rupert pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of Misdemeanour assault or Battery on Law enforcement personnel and was sentenced to 365 Days in jail with 289 Days suspended. He was Given credit for spending 76 Days in jail. Broner was originally charged with felony aggravated assault on a Law enforcement officer and felony burglary. The burglary charge was dismissed on a motion by the prosecutor. Police say Broner went to capt. Daniel Guy Kindig a residence and knocked on the door. Kindig told the Idaho state police that Broner struck Kindig and broke his nose after a Brief conversation. Darrell James Jinx Broner pets see Broner a schools nonprofits Otter free summer lunches for children Julie Wootton Wootton magic Valley com twin Falls a magic Valley children can receive free lunches this summer thanks to school districts and nonprofit groups. They re participating in the Idaho department of education a summer feeding program for children Ages i to 18. Hundreds of families rely on school meals to make sure their children Are fed. The program fills a Gap during summer months. A it gives the children lunches that they get normally a said Carolyn Sullivan food service supervisor for the Jerome school District. Any child can receive lunch this summer and there Arentt income restrictions. The twin Falls school District will serve meals on weekdays at 14 Sites. Most Start online see a list of magic Valley times and locations for the summer lunch program at . Sites Are Canyon Ridge High school Clyde Thomsen Park Harmon Park. Harrison elementary school Harrison Park Harry Barry Park Lighthouse Christian school Lincoln elementary school magic Valley High school Oregon Trail elementary school Robert Stuart Middle school Sunrise Park twin Falls City Park and Vera c. Of Leary Middle school. Last summer about 2,000 twin Falls children ate lunch on an average Day. A a it a a great Way for the children to get a meal Over the said food service supervisor Lori Rieth. Starting monday the boys amp girls Carson Brown 6, munches on a Strawberry during lunch in june 2013 at the twin Falls City Park. Lunches Are Given out As part of the twin Falls school districts summer lunch program. Drew Nash times news Hue photo clubs of magic Valley will also offer free meals at their to in Falls and Buhl clubs. About 67 percent of children at the clubs receive subsidized school meals said operations director Stephanie Hudson. And Many parents done to have time to pack meals and snacks for their children she said. A we hear feedback every year that a this is so great. This is so helpful. A a mss so lunches a i Ito do of thing Idaho old Tun fiddlers association will hold in acoustic string instrument Jam session from �,-9 p m it Idaho puss Ca 1859 Kimberly Road twin Falls markets a2 obit Vivanee a4 sudoku c6 crossword c3 opinion a6 comics Al Deus abbyc4 Jumble cd in i Filiti Ulm flair at of i Eph m. A 99tj Annuli amp magic Valcu Stampede to

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