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The Adams County Record ACHC reaches out to Children BY LINDA ROGERS tions, dental, vision and BAILEY more! Is your child under All you will need to 19 years old and a U.S. determine eligibility is Citizen or legal resi- your child's S.S. Number, dent? Is your family's or proof that you have income within the Idaho appl!ed for one, other Medicaid Poverty guide- health insurance you lines? may have and proof of If you answered, your income for the "Yes" to these lffl   past 30 days two ques-  or a cur- tions, your rent Federal child may income tax be eligible record if for the CHIP you are self- insurance pro- employed. All gram! (Idaho Health Plan information is Coverage for children) kept strictly confidential. Idaho's Medicaid To enroll your child Poverty Level is at 133% stop by the Adams of the federal rate. 'CHIP" County Health Center, or Services include: well- call Linda Rogers Bailey child visits, immuniza- at (208)-253-4242. You tions, doctor visits, hos- can set up an appoint- pitalization, prescrip- ment today! Wednesday, August 29, 2012 Obituary Kenneth Mink September 4 1931 Kenneth J Mink was born September 4, 1931, near Council, ID, the second son of TC & Olive Thorp Mink. He passed away at his home in Cambridge August 21, 2012 with his family by his side. He lived at Mesa ID, attending school there until he was 10, when his family moved, to the Valley View Section of Cambridge. Ken attended the Valley View School and graduated from Cambridge High School in 1950. Ken excelled in all sports while in high school, playing on a state baseball team and beating Boise High when it was the only high school in Boise. He enjoyed talking about this fun time in his life with his family and friends. He spent his life ranching with his father, and then brother, son, and their families, in what is now, Mink Land & Livestock CO. After years of hard work, he was able to enjoy riding in the car to the brandings and helping the family move cattle to the mountains. The family would like to thank Jennifer Neider and her wonderful staff at Salubria Center, where Kenny lived for the last 3 years, for the excellent care -- August 21, 2012 and friendship. We are so thankful for this home. Kenny is survived by his son Russell & Peggy Mink and his daughter Becca & Doug Peschong all of Cambridge; 5 grandchildren, Justin and Jodie Mink, Cambridge, Drew & Kyla Mink Pearson, New Plymouth, Nicole & Stephen Batten of CA, Autumn Peschong, Indian Valley, and Caleb Peschong, Lewiston. He Page 3 also leaves behind 9 great grandchildren, Joshua & Seth Batten, Jayden, larret,& Jace Mink, and Halley, Hayden, Paisley, and Pacey Pearson; brothers Boyd and Phyllis Mink of Fruitland ID and Roy and Linda Mink of Cambridge; sister Fauneal ]ones of Sparks NV; and many nieces and nephews. Funeral Services were held in Cambridge on Wednesday, August 29, 2012 at ll:00am at the 1st Baptist Church with interment at Salubria Cemetery. Memorials can be given to the Cambridge Ambulance & Fire or the Salubria Center. Condolences may be sent to the family at www. lienkaemper-thomason. com. Open Mon - Sat 11 am to 9pm Closed Tuesdays Sunday - 12pm to gpm 406 Illinois Ave, Council Mann Creek Country Store & Care Mon, Tues, Wed 7am to 8pm Thurs 7am to 9pm Fri & Sat 7am to 10:30pm Sun 7am to 7pm 1498 Hwy 95 Weiser 549-2153 or ads will be