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Thursday, January 22, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page Nine Norwalk Music Boosters Minutes www.norwalkmusicboosters.com January Meeting held Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015 High school band room, 7 p.m. Teacher Reports Upcoming Events: Middle School: *7th and 8th grade band winter concert, Jan. 8 *SCIBA concert band and middle school jazz band contest, Feb. 14. Boosters will have a con- cession stand. Jeffrey Heltman needs 30-40 par- ent volunteers; high school students can also help. They will receive lettering points and community ser- vice hours. High School: *Nicholas Menke said the art work estimate from Nick Nielsen for the sides of the new band/choir trailer will be around $1,000. *Kim Ward will look into a street-side electronic marquis to advertise up- coming NPAC events. *SCIBA Honor Band, Jan. 10 *Cedar Rapids Prairie show choir contest, Jan. 10 *Simpson Honor Band, Jan. 20 *Johnston show choir contest, Jan. 24 *Simpson Jazz festival, Jan. 29 *Valley Jazz choir festi- val Jan. 30 *State jazz competition, Jan. 31 *Band winter concert, Feb. 5 + *State Jazz choir contest in Winterset, Feb. 9 *Vocal pops concert, Feb. 12 Fundraising Programs: * Net profits from the fruit sale are estimated around $11,000. Treasurer Stephen Patterson has asked band and vocal teachers for a list of needs that can be purchased with the profits. *It was brodght up that the students' fruit sale col- lection envelopes had some misinformation printed on them. It said money raised would go into their school music ac- counts. This is NOT cor- rect. Fruit sale money goes from the Boosters directly to the band and vocal de- partments. *Boosters have been asked if we will be selling food concessions for up- coming weekend dance competitions at NPAC. The decision involved whether or not to pay for use of the school kitchen, just keep food offerings simple, or not do it at all. Based on last year's profit versus the time and effort involved, Boosters de- cided not to run the con- cession stand for dance competitions this year. Misc. *Treasurer Stephen Patterson is looking for another volunteer to take over as treasurer next year. He would also like to-see a better auditing system for Booster funds. * Local non-profits are encouraged to attend the home basketball game January 23 so the commu- nity can learn more about them. A volunteer is needed to represent the Music Boosters organiza- tion. A table will be set up. 2014-15 Meeting Dates: Tuesda) Feb. 10, 7 p.m. No meeting in March Thursday, April 9, 7 p.m. Thursday, May 7, 7 p.m. Treasurers Report - Avail- able on request Next Meeting If you have a child in K- 12 Norwalk music, you are already a Booster. Join us at our next meeting Febru- ary 10 at 7 p.m. in the high school band room. Respectfully submitted, Jodi Henke, 2014/2015 Secretary IDid You Know?I Y EVENTS (NAPS)---For parents who want to help their children enjoy a healthier diet, CDC- funded researchers say one way to get kids to eat more fruit is to cut it up before serving. Another suggestion is to involve them in select- ing and buying fruit. To learn more, visit www.cdc.gov/ nutrition/everyone and www. cde.gov/prc. An instructional bas- ketball program for Pre-K and Kindergarteners is being offered at the South Suburban YMCA. Kids, along with par- ents, meet Saturday morn- ings beginning February 1. Youth sports are a great way to get your child started in a healthy lifestyle. This program will teach the basics of bas- ketball in a fun and ener- getic style that emphasizes character value through skill development games, drills and scrimmages. Players in this program are not placed on teams. Lower hoops are used and there are no weekday practices. The fee is $67 or $47 for YMCA members. Each participant will re- ceive a t-shirt. Pre-registration is re- quired. You may do this online, www.southsubur banymca.org; or for more information, contact i Robby Beyer at o . robby.beyer@dmymca.org. Registrations are now being accepted for the South Suburban YMCA youth basketball leagues for all boys and girls in 1st LYSOL Power & Free" uses hydrogen peroxide to deliver a more powerful clean than bleach without the harsh chemical smell or residue often left behind by bleach. It's also safe for par- ents to use with their kids in the room. For more infor- mation, visit Lysol.com. You can help make sure no child in America goes hungry by taking part in Share Our Strengths Dine Out For No Kid Hungry this September by dining at any of thousands Hungry restaumn Learn more about making a difference at www.DineOut ForNoKidHungry.org. SCHOOL AND SPORTS PAGES SPONSORED BY: *WENDY BORST MASSAGE, LMT 240-1075 *COMMUNITY BANK 285 -4900 *FOUR SEASONS AUTO WASH 981-4454 *NORWALK FAMILY DENTISTRY 256-9000 *HASKIN CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC 981-0556 *EDWARD JONES INVESTMENTS Kevin Pearson - 285-1838 *NORWALK LIONS CLUB 981-0432 *OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES 981-0224 *SCOTT'S FOODS 981-0606 *NEWTON STANDRIDGE STANDRIDGE GROUP 229-5310 *N/WARREN TOWN & COUNTY NEWS 981-0406 - 7th grade. The program emphasizes fun, skill de- velopment, learning through participation and equal playing time. All leagues will play 5 on 5 basketball: grades 1st - 2nd boys and girls, 3rd- 4th grade boys and girls, 5th - 6th grade boys and gifts and 7th grade boys and girls. Games are Sat- urdays, beginning Febru- ary 7. Registrations are due by Saturda) Jan. 24. The fee for 1st- 7th grade 2nd sea- son league is $90 or $45 for YMCA members. For more information, contact the South Subur- ban YMCA, 401 E. Army Post Road, 285-0444. Where the world ceases to be the scene of our per- sonal hopes and wishes, where we face it as free beings admiring, asking and observing, there we enter the realm of Art and Science. Albert Einstein. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 LIBRARY HOURS Monday- Thursday 10 a.rr. - 8 p.m. Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday, 1 - 5 p.m. Closed Sundays (Memorial Day-Labor Day) Activities at the NORWALK LIBRARY 1051 North Ave. 981-0217 Monday, Jan. 26 Tiny Tots Music Class with Debbie Doo-Wop, Mon- days in January at 9:30 a.m. For ages 1-5, those who've pre-registered can join Debbie Doo-Wop for songs, in- struments and fun! Tuesday, Jan. 27 Preschool Storytime, 10:30 a,m. For ages 3 to 5 years, join us for picture books, songs and flannel boards. This storytime is also a good fit for daycare groups and par- ents attending with several children and lasts 25-30 min- utes. Adult Craft Night, 6:30 -. 8 p.m. Join other adults for a craft night out! This month, we will learn how to knit a scarf using our arms instead of knitting needles. Stop by the library to get information on what to bring and to pre-register with a $2 reservation fee (to be refunded at the event). This event has a limited enrollment. Wednesday, Jan. 28 Take a Break, 10:30-11:15 a.m. Adults with young children are invited to join us for some open-ended play each week. Materials such as art supplies, sensory bins, play dough and more are provided while the adults have a chance to sit down and take a break! Early Out Wednesdays: Art, 2:30-3:15 p.m. Fourth Wednesdays through April, for kindergarten through 5th grade. Do a different creative art project each 4th Wednesday of the month! No registration required. Thursday, Jan, 29 Toddler Storytime, 10:30 a.m. For ages 18 months to 3 years, expect rhymes, finger plays, short books, songs and movement activities for toddlers at this interactive, energetic storytime! Lasts 20-25 minutes. CO POISONING Concluded from p. 7 generators inside homes or garages. Generators give off carbon monoxide that can .quickly reach toxic levels, even if doors and windows are left open. If you must use a portable generator as a power source, locate it far away from the house. Beware of home heating shortcuts. If the power goes out, or your furnace malfunctions, don't bring outdoor equipment like charcoal grills or camp stoves indoors and don't use your gas range or oven as a space heater. Before lighting a fire in your wood-burning fireplace, open the damper and keep it open until the ashes are cool. Never leave your car running inside an attached garage, even if the overhead door is open. Fumes can still build up inside the garage and seep into the house. For more home safety tips, visit MidAmerican Energy's website, wx4"w.midamericanenergy.com/safety. !! i ii:i+ Z~iiiiiiiii~( (:i 4: