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Pag e Four N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, January 7, 2010 I NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES [ Who Says Girls Can't Hunt Christmas at the Twelve-year-old Maria Boden had a great 2009 deer season. Her first deer was during youth season, a nine-pointer, and the secondone was during bow season, an eight-pointer. Sh is the daughter of John and Linette Boden. Photo szbmitted. "Christmas at the Library" was held Tuesday, Dec. 15. Approximately 200 people attended to visit with Santa and his reindeer. Participants also colored mittens to decorate the library and received goodies to take home. Adventures School of Discovery provided refreshments for all. Photo submitted. Norwalk Girl Scouts The Norwalk Girl Scout Service Unit met Sunday, Dec. 6 at Crossroads Church for a community service event. The girls recorded Christmas carols they sang to share with the local Norwalk nursing home residents, along with homemade ornaments and crafts. They also wrote special Christmas letters to send to our U,S. soldiers o,verseas. Photo szzbmitted. Grace Wood Named Little Miss Majorette of America 2009 Dav idson Wins Bicycle Norwalk 4-H All Stars " In July, Grace Wood, the seven-year-old daughter of Tom and Denise Wood of Norwalk, attended the Na- tional Baton Twirling Association (NBTA) National Ba- ton Contest at Notre Dame University where she was named Little Miss Majorette of America 2009. Miss Majorette of America is a three-part event. Wood placed first in two of the events and second in the other to win the top title in NBTA twirling for tiny tot twirl- ers. She was named Little Miss Majorette of Iowa and Little Miss Majorette of the North to qualify for the na- tional contest. Wood also won the Tiny Tot National Show Twirl Championship for the second year in a row. She placed first in the Tiny Tot Advanced World Open Solo Championship and placed in the top five in two- baton and Grand National Solo Championships. She is coached by Dawn Reed of Superstars Perform- ing Arts and Diana Reed of New York. Community State Bank had a bicycle drawing at each of its six locations. The Norwalk Branch winner was Carter Davidson, age 7. He is pictured with Customer Service Representative Shanna Callahan. Photo submit- ted. Americans...are not only hospital in emergency but radiant: the most lavishly helpful people in the world, accepting the burden of nuisances as if they were bunches of hothouse flowers, all the more delightful because unexpected. -Pamela Hansford Johnson Lauren Bunce demonstrated how to make Christmas ornaments. Erin Bunce showed how to make Christ- mas bows. Photo submitted. The regular meeting of the Norwalk 4-H All Stars was held December 13, 2009, at the Norwalk Pub- lic Library. The meeting was called to order by President Dannica Larson at 6:00 p.m. Erin Bunce led the Pledge of Allegiance. Roll call Was answered by 12 members, stating what they are doing for Christmas break. For new business, we talked about going to the nursing home for our February meeting to play Bingo. We also talked about the new Clo- ver Kids club. It is a pre- 4H group for grades K-3. Lauren Bunce made a mo- tion to adjourn the meet- ing, and Erin Bunce sec- onded the motion. Lauren Bunce demon- strated how to make Christmas ornaments and Erin Bunce showed how to make Christmas bows. We had our Christmas party with the left-right gift ex- change story. Treats were provided by Lauren and Erin Bunce. /s/Alex Bennett, Secretary Ava Harvey, Photographer SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one y.ear subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211