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Thursday, January 10, 2013 N/Warren Town and County News Page Three NORWALK PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT 4 OFFICE INFORMATION Pick up registration forms 24 hours a day at the Parks and Recreation office or print them off our website: www.ci.norwalk.ia.us. You can mail registration forms, place them in our drop box or walk in. Our office is located at 1100 Chatham Ave. (Public Safety Bldg.). Of- fice hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday. The drop box is open 24/7! If you have any questions, call us at 981-9206. Online registration is available. (See website: www.ci.norwalk.ia, us). UPCOMI qG REGISTRATIONS Lakewood Early Out (Bowling), through January 18; Fitness Classes, through January 18; Lakewood Craft Club, January 21 through February 1; Norwalk Family Tae Kwon Do, January 21 through February 1; Spring Soccer, January 28 through February 8; Babysitting Clinic, January 28 through February 8. NON-REGISTRATION EVENTS oPALS, February 1; Family Bingo Night, February 3. BASKETBALL OPEN GYM Shoot hoops or play a pick up game with friends or family. Bring clean tennis shoes for the floor. Only resi- dents in the Norwalk school district are eligible to par- ticipate. No registration required; just show up and play. Time: 3-5 p.m.; Location: Oviatt gym (November and December), Lakewood gym (January and February); Adult cost: $1; Youth cost: $.50; Days: Sundays; Dates: January !3, 20, 27, February 3, 10, 17, 24. FAMILY BINGO NIGHT Stop by the library and enjoy an evening of Bingo and tasty treats. Bring munchies or snacks to share with all and we will provide the beverage. All ages are in- vited to participate. Bingo callers will be the Norwalk Lions Club Members. Registration: Phone call to office by Friday prior to the Sunday; Time: 5-7 p.m.; Loca- tion: Norwalk Easter Public Library; Cost: .25/card or 3 cards for .50; Days: 1st Sunday of each month; Dates: February 3, March 3. EARLY OUT WEDNESDAYS Back:by polSular demand! Again this year we will offer afternoon early out field trips to various attrac- tions in and around the metro area. The trips are held on the early out Wednesday of the'month (October-Feb- ruary) These "early out" trips are for kids in 3rd, 4th and 5th grade. Our-staff will have an activity for the kids from 12-1 p.m. and then we will board the bus. Important: Snacks are included in this year's activities if specified below, if not extra money will be required if your child wants a snack. Time: Leave I p.m. and re- turn by 4:30 p.m.; Location: Leave from Lakewood El- ementary School (Parents, pick student up from school no later than 4:30 p.m.); Fee: Varies by trip (see below); Registration: Varies by trip (see below); Minimum/ Maximum: 20/45. January 23 Bowling at Air Lanes (date could change): Step up to the line and see if you can bowl a Turke} Double or Perfect game!! You will play along- side your classmates for two games and enjoy a snack. Shoes are included. Cost: $10 Norwalk residents/S11.50 non-reside nts February 6 Ice Skating at Metro Ice: Enjoy an after- noon of ice-skating at the Metro Ice Sports Facility. Be sure you bring plenty of warm clothes (mittens, hats) and long socks. Concession stand will be available. Reg- istration Dates: Through January 18; Cost: $10 Norwalk residents/S11.50 non-residents. STEP AEROBICS/INTERVAL Step aerobics/Interval is a class of high energy aero- bic routines interspersed with intense cardio segments and followed by a recovery period. Class wilt improve cardio conditioning. This class is for any fitness level and can be adjusted to a low or high impact class de- pending on the level of fitness you are. Registration Dates: Through January 18; Session: January 21, 23, 28, 30, February 4, 6, 11, 13, 25, 27, March 4, 6, 11, 13; Days: Monday/Wednesday; Time: 6:15 p.m. to 7:15 p.m.; Lo- cation: Oviatt Multi-Purpose Room; Minimum/Maxi- mum per class: 10/30; Cost per Session: Norwalk resi- dents, 1 class per week $24.50, 2 classes per week $49; non-residents, I class per week $28.20, 2 classes per week $56.40. YOGA CLASS Yoga is for everyone! It increases strength, flexibility and balance for both body and mind. Regular yoga prac- tice Can help to improve circulation, digestion and pos- ture, stimulate the immune system, decrease stress level, boost self-esteem and create a sense of calmness and well-being. Bring your own mat, towel and water. Come in with an open mind and open heart. This class could fill up, so register now! Instructor: Bethanie Lafferty, Cer- tified Yoga Instructor. Registration Dates: Through January 18; Session: January 21, 28, February 4, 11, 25, March 4, 11; Days: Monday; Time: 7:30-8:30 p.m.; Lo- cation: Oviatt Multi-purpose Room; Cost per session: 1 class per week, Norwalk residents $40.25, non-resi- dents $46.30; Minimum/Maxi-mum per class: 8/15. CIRCUIT SENSATION Are you ready for this new workout that is athletic, intense and more fun than a three-ring circus??!! Using the motivational power of teamwork and competition in combination with the balance challenges presented by the Bosu balance workout, you will discover how to change ordinary circuit workouts into extraordinary workouts. The class will also use jump ropes, medicine balls, mini hurdles and weighted bars. Registration Dates: Through January 18; Session: January 23, 30, February 6, 13, 27, March 6, 13; Days: Wednesday; Time: 7:30-8:15 p.m.; Location: Oviatt Multi-purpose room; Cost per session: Norwalk residents, 1 class per week $24.50, non-residents $28.20; Minimum/maximum per class: 10/30. EARLY BIRD BODY SCULPTING For those of you who get up with the chickens, join- ing these early morning classes will work you on ulti- mate body sculpting, Pilates and Chicometrics. This class is designed to maximize core strength, firm and tone your butt, thighs and arms. This class will use dumbbells and dynabands that will put you to the test with added intensity. Registration Dates: Through Janu- ary 18; Session: January 22, 24, 29, 31, February 5, 7, 12, 14, 26, 28, March 5, 7, 12, 14; Days: Tuesday/Thursday; Time: 5:30 to 6:15 a.m.; Location: Norwalk Easter Pub- lic Library ICN Room; Cost per Session: Norwalk resi- dents, 1 class per week $24.50, 2 classes per week $49, non-residents, I dass per week $28.20, 2 classes per week $56.40. BOOTCAMP! 3-2-1 GO! Are you ready to really kick your fitness into high gear? Join CrossFit Coach Angle Starmer for chalienging workouts that have the ability to push your limits or simply give you more variety. The intensity is up to you! All fitness levels are welcome! This class will teach you basic functional bodyweight movements to include the squat, push up and much more! These work- outs are designed to optimize the 10 pillars of fitness (Cardio, Stamina, Strength, Flexibility, Power, Speed, Coordination, Agility, Balance and Accuracy). Your re- sults will be tracked week to week so you can see your own progress! Class structure will include warm up, Concluded p. 9 INORWALK POLICE CHIEF1 By Ed Kuhl On Behalf of Officer Lewiston and the rest of your Police Department, our thanks to our Mayor Doug Pierce for his Very kind words and to Deputy County Attorney Daniel Swam as well Officer Lewiston has indeed become a fine Police Officer. We have selectively and diligently put together, trained and equipped the finest team of officers and staff to serve our community. We take particular pride in our level of service and the professional and caring approach that our Department brings to the citizens of Norwalk. Today I was fortunate to attend the graduation ceremony for this year's Des Moines Police Academy and to recognize Officer Von Briese from Norwalk. It reminded me of why people become police officers; not because it's eas3# not because everyone agrees with you and certainly not to build personal wealth. Some days are better than others, some calls are better than others and some endings are better than others. People become police officers because they want to make a difference and to live lives that matter. The po- lice shield is a symbol from long ago when mounted knights donned armor and armed themselves. They rode out to dispense justice, right wrongs and protect those in need. In some ways things have not changed so much; in other ways they have greatly. It is reassuring that the quality and integrity of the people wearing the badge has not changed. Shortly we will publish our year-end report for the public's review. The major projects we have underway today are the review of school safety plans with the Norwalk School District staff, solving the thefts from vehicles, changing our computer system and com- pleting the Westcom transition. We wanted to take this opportunity to acknowledge our gratitude. 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