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Page 2 Cheney Free Press Thursday, August 26, 1982 Hunters' education is growing rapidly This week and next, more than 30 young hunters from Medical Lake and Cheney will participate in the Washington Game Department's Hunter Education Program. This process of certifying instructors and students in hunter safety proficiency began in this state in 1957, when a law was passed requiring young hunters to complete a course of firearms safety instruction before they can purchase their first hunting license. Today, hunter training programs have become one of the nation's major educational sstems with some 700gl]Y;new humers throughout the couny;aduating from huiuca- programs each year00+;0000co+r00ing to the Sports Foundation i!!i;ii , :+ Since 1949, when New York 5gan the first state wi ency sponsored program nearly million young h have completed hunter training :Ourses, ............. . :';i:,::;,,:: Today, state wildlife agonies i:a]i t:tates spon0: training programs that provide insction not only in fietms and hunting safety but also ir:: yariety of related t0cS uch as hunting ethics,' wildlife coeraiion and wildlife iti.&ationk! :: The basics of bowhunting, muzzleioading, outdoor survival an': : first aid are also included in many of the states' curriculums. In this state, instruction includes the mechanics of firearms and basic survival techniques as well as information on bowhunting, wildlife management and the "unwritten" rules of hunting sportsmanship. In addition, the manual used discusses some of the current attitudes of anti-hunting groups and discusses the importance of the educated hunter as conservation- ist and his role in correcting the public's misconception about hunlers. Minimum course requirements call for six hours of instruction, though many states now have considerably longer requirements; and most all offer extended courses, often lasting 40 or more hours. Students are taught by state agency trained volunteers, teachers and agency staff. There are today over 48,000 active hunter-education instructors throughout the nation. The training program offered is designed to benefit the inexperienced hunter regardless of age and is a valuable refresher course for anyone who enjoys hunting. Instructors, who volunteer their services, are usually members of the community ty in the young who have a keen interest in, lmnter through patient instruction. The North American Association tots tNHSC) plays 2mira improving hunter traing States hnd Canada: :i With representation hunter education training programs, teaching methods and curri( new hunter Three s have certified their progr'ms beg. n--Califl whic s had over 2 millio prog year, in 1981. A porlon of ammunition and hunter Pittman,Rortson Act. Cardinal Rahs host freshmen Incoming freshmen girls are invited t. attend an informal rap session sponsored by Medical Lake High School's Cardinal Rahs. The Big and Little Sister Program, now in its second year, provides incom- ing female freshmen with an opportun- ity to ask questions concerning school life Io junior and senior "veterans" of the high school. In addition to the informal rap session, Cardinal Rahs, headed by lh-esidenl Rhonda Bolin, will also pro- vide tours of the high school facilities. Principal Russ Brown, Counselors Don Kyle and l.inda Flaherty and other school personnel will also be on hand to ,nswer questions. The program begins at 10:30 a.m. Friday morning. Students will meet in He ol(t gym. Coordina- and the United through charge of the "S since York, each into the : ? Income level raised for lunches The maximum income a family can earn and still have their children qualify for free or reduced price school meals rose 10 percent July 1. Assistant Secretary of Agriculture Mary Jarratt said the change is a result of the annual cost-of-living adjustment made by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to help people keep up with inflation. Under the adjustment, the income limit for free meal eligibility, which is set by Congress at 130 percent of the federal poverty line, will go from $10,990 to $12,080 for a family of four. Eligibility for reduced price meals, set at 185 percent of poverty, will rise from $15,630 to $17,210. The federal poverty line is $9,300 for a family of four. USDA is required by law to update the income limits each July 1. The guidelines govern participation in the free or low cost meal programs under the national school lunch, school breakfast, child care food, special milk and eommodity school programs. Following are the annual income limits which will take effect for families of various sizes in the continental U.S. and the territories except Guam: Family Size ELIGIBILITY SCALE FOR FREE AND REDUCED PRICE MEALS Effective July 1, 1982 through June 30, 1983 Gross Income .................... FREE .................................... -REDUCED PRICE ................ YEAR MONTH WEEK YEAR MONTH WEEK 1 6,080 507 117 8,660 722 167 2 8,080 674 156 11,510 959 221 3 10,090 841 194 14,360 1,197 276 4 12,080 1,008 233 17,210 1,434 331 5 14,090 1,174 271 20,050 1,671 386 6 16,090 1,341 309 22,900 1,908 440 7 18,100 1,508 348 25,750 2,146 495 8 20,100 1,675 387 28,600 2,383 550 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL FAMILY MEMBER ADD 2,000 167 38 2,850 238 55 Children from families whose income is at or below the levels shown are eligible for free or reduced price meals. Application forms are being sent to all homes in a letter to parents. Additional copies are available at the principal's office in each school. The information provided on the application form is confidential and will be used only for the purpose of determining eligibility. Applications may be submitted at any time during the year. If, during the school year, there are changes in family size or $50 a month change in current income, these changes must be reported to the schoors officials in order that appropriate eligibility adjustments are made Poetic advice available now "Poet's Guide to Getting Published," a collection of information and advice to help poets break into print, has been released by the American Poetry Association. Copies are available free for the asking. Topics discussed include how to submit poetry for publication; how to find the right markets; how to deal with editors; contests; readings; subsidy presses; avoiding commong mistakes; how to gain public recognition and more. According to John Dunmore, Di- rector of the American Poetry Associa- tion, "The report is meant to help ,. Or L:'--='-- -- =--'--- -- ---'..- -- -- answer the many questions poets ask about how to 'break the print barrier'. The report should be helpful to poets of all levels of skill and experience, particularly those who are new, in- experienced or not-yet-published." BOYS' ...... BOOT JEANS / 12 oz. 100% ] Cotton Denim Washes wrinkle-free Sizes 2-16 Reg. & slim Authentic western styling I Illl Poets may obtain a copy of "Poet's Guide to Getting Published" by writing to: AMERICAN POETRY ASSOCIA- TION, Dept. DW. P.O. Box 2279, Santa Cruz, California 95063. KIDS and M ENS' J EANS Bib overalls Unlined Denim Coveralls Unlined Denim Jackets NEW FOR FALL GRANGE SUPPLY 118 Union St. Cheney, WA 235-6274 II I II CHENEY CITY LIGHT CUSTOMERS If you heat your home primarily with electricity, you are eligible for a free home energy audit and possibly a re- imbursement for insulation work done, under a BPA- sponsored Energy Buy-back Weatherization Program. Re- imbursements for insulation work normally pay for all or most of the costs of insulation. For more information or to make an appointment for an energy audit, call  Cheney Light Conservation Office - 235-8431 7:00 a.m.-9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. MEN'S SHIRT ASST. Long & Short Sleeve NOW REDUCED TO $10.00 Values to $25.00 OOK A T THESE IN TIME FOR SCHOOL Long & Short Sleeve BLACK LEOTARDS $3.50 Were up to $8.00 ONE RACK BLOUSES Long & Short Sleeve $10.00 Reg. $20 to $25 a At least the the last few days, plenty of sunshina the new school year |fled children at left ing days of youngsters, like the tire set-up first day of school event. For chasing each other the hot sun helps end. Children in School District Aug. 31 and will begin Sept. 1. School Menu Medical Lake, Aug. 26-Sept. 2 Tuesday--Welcome Back Special: Hamburger deluxe, french fries with catsup, pickles, dessert surprise and milk. Wednesday--School pizza, hot buttered corn, celery sticks, fruit and milk. 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