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Thursday, January.. 23; 2014 N/Warre,- Town and County News Page Nine Lady Warriors Norwalk Lady Warriors recenfi3ci r,~,ppecl " a confer- ence matchup to Pella Christian on the road, 46-37. Sidney Logan opened the scoring on the first posses- sion of the game. In the first quarter, the Warriors actu- ally opened up a six-point lead before the Eagles came back to take a one point lead. Elyse Rice and Tori VanVelzen accounted for the other scoring for Norwalk. Pella Christian opened up a lead in the second, outscoring the Warriors 15-6. The third period belonged to Norwalk as they cut into the lead, trailing by seven going into the last frame. Norwalk stormed back to get within three with a minute !eft in the game behind 40-37. Pella Christian scored the final six points of the game at the free-throw line. VanV, elzen led the effort with 14 points. Rice finished with seven, Jaycie Owens had six and Hannah Hoover five. Logan chipped in three and Hannah Hegland rounded out the scoring with two. The Warriors fall to 2-2 in conference play. (NAPS)--Did you know [ ~~;~:~=.~ ] that over 200,000 people in I /~i~7~-~;:!i.;,/~d!i ~fil '~~1 year for illnesses related to I~~a M '~'-~ ~"*. :'S~:~..~.2~ I the flu and that the virus I~,~.~.ip~:;i~; ....... ;/:1 L. fii I kills about 36,000 people each ....... ~ '~ " .... year? Parents can take sire- ~,~- .......... ~,a~ ........... =a-~~.l pie steps to stop the spread interactive discussion guide of the flu in the home. Learn to help patients and care- how from the Cleaning givers facilitate a conversa- experts at Aftermath, the tion with their healthcare only national company spe- professional, visit www. cializing in crime scene SpasticityAft~rStroke.com. cleanup and sanitizing bio- * * * hazards such as MRSA and Chronic obstructive pul- HIV. Visit www.aftermath, monary disease (COPD) can corn/flu-facts, be diagnosed with a simple, ,., noninvasive breathing test. Seventy percent (n=300) Learn more at httpY/COPD. of stroke survivors living with nhlbi.nih.gov, part of the spasticity and their care- COPD Learn More Breathe givers rank the debilitating Better awareness campaign condition among the top from the National Heart, three symptoms impacting Lung, and Blood Institute of life post-stroke. For more the National Institutes of information, including an Health. OVIATT ELEMENTARY By Sheila Taylor, Principal 2014-2015 Kindergarten Registration Kindergarten registration is scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 6, from 5:30-7 p.m. in the Oviatt Elementary lobby (door 1). Check the school district's website at www.norwalk.k12.ia.us for the required registration forms parents/ guardians need to complete for their child(ren). Forms can be turned in to the office between now and February 6 and then attendance is not necessary at registration on the 6th (and you can avoid standing in line). If you do not have access to a computer and/or printer, contact Cheri Atherton, District Registrar, at 981-0676,. for paper copies of the registration form(s). We thank you in advance for your participation in this registration process. Your promptness in completion of these forms allows us to be proactive in staffing appropriately for the kindergarten dass of 2014-2015. Kindergarten Round Up Round Up will be held Monda35 April 7, from 6-7:30 p.m. at Oviatt Ele nentary. The following activities will take place during this time span: 6-6:40 p.m.-Presentation for parents in Oviatt gym (incoming Kindergarten students may attend) 6:40-7:30 p.m.-Self-guided tour of current kindergarten classrooms Registration documents submitted Tour by Incoming Kindergarten Students We will offer scheduled tours in May for all incoming kindergarten students. Check the next District newslet- ter for specific dates for these tours..We work with all local daycare providers and community preschools in arranging the tours. If your child has daycare services outside the Norwalk community, know you are welcome, too! More information on this tour will be shared on the district's website in April. Kindergarten Orientation Kindergarten Orientation dates are not firmly set; however, if we have no more snow make-up days, we will hold Orientation May 29 and 30. We typically have orientation the final two days of school and need to get past winter weather before we are sure of those final two days. Parents who register prior to May 2 are notified of all pertinent dates. This information will also be posted on the district's website in April. Following are the Norwalk Easter Public Li- brary Board of Trustees Minutes for the Regular Meeting of December 9, 2013. Roll Call The meeting was called to order at 6:33 p.m. An- drea Johnson, Judith Corcoran, Diana Duffy and Tom Dunn were present. Library Director SCHOOL AND SPORTS PAGES SPONSORED BY: *WENDY BORST MASSAGE, LMT 240-1075 *COMMUNITY BANK 285-4900 *FOUR SEASONS AUTO WASH 981-4454 *DR. DONNA GRANT FAMILY DENTISTRY 256,9000 *HASKIN CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC 981-0556 *EDWARD JONES INVESTMENTS Kevin Pearson - 285-1838 *JOHN PHILLIPS INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 981-0434 or 981-4293 *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 LIBRARY MINUTES Holly Sealine was present. Public Comments/Guests Mayor Doug PierCe ar- rived at 6:55 p.m. Review/Change of Agenda Review of Last Meeting Minute Director's Report The month of Novem- ber was full of change at Norwalk Easter Public Li- brary. First of all, we added three new part-time li- brary staff members to work at our circulation desk. These three positions were replacements for in- dividuals that had left a few months ago. We are thrilled with the addition they have added to our team. The second change was the start of our storage re-organization project. We have been moving stor- age cabinets around within the library that have been desperately needed, but not affordable within the budget. These cabinets will provide a so- lution for now, but we are hoping in future years to expand the building to truly solve our storage problems. In addition to the stor- age changes, the Library Board of Trustees and Di- rector Sealine are moving forward to add an addi- tional third full-time staff member in the near future. We have reached a point in which we are no longer able to function with Only two full-time team mem- bers and are looking for- ward to the changes we will be able to add with the addition. Present),, the Li- brary Board and Director Sealine are hoping to add the third person early next year (2014). Overall, the library had over 5,000 visitors during the month of November, circulated over 5,500 items between our print collec- tion and digital collection which includes 13 check- outs for our new digital magazine collection (Zinio). We added 41 new accounts to the library, sponsored seven pro- grams for adults with 34 participants, four adult outreach services with 39 participants and 20 pro- grams for children with 545 participants. In the next month, Di- rector Sealine will be working on the FY15 and FY16 budget proposal, along with continuing to update various collections and job descriptions. As always, if there are any questions, feel free to contact us at 515-981-0217 or hsealine@norwalk.iowa .gov. Unfinished Business None New Business A. Job Description up- dates: Tabled until January meeting B. FY 15/16 Budget Pro- posal: Tabled until January meeting C. Staffing update: An application was received for the Assistant Library Director.position. The po- sition has been hired by Annette Clark, current youth services librarian. We will begin a search in January for a new Youth Services Librarian in Janu- ary. Meeting ACtivity Record Motion 1: Agenda Ap- proval: Motion by Andrea Johnson, seconded Diana Duffy. Motion passed. Motion 2: Approval of November Minutes: Mo- tion by Judith Corcoran, seconded by Andrea Johnson. Motion passed. Motion 3: Approval of bills to be paid: Motion by Andrea Johnson, seconded by Diana Duffy. Motion passed. Motion 4: Disposal of storage drawer: Motion by Judith Corcoran, seconded by Andrea Johnson. Mo- tion passed. Adj ournment Chairperson Tom Dunn requested a motion for ad- journment. Motion made by Andrea Johnson, sec- onded by Diana Duffy. Motion passed. Adjourn- ment at 7:07 p.m. Respectfully submitted by: Diana Duffy, Secretary Minutes approved 1/13/14 College-bound Iowa youth active in 4-H and/or FFA livestock projects and current undergraduate students may apply for $164,200 in scholarships available from the Iowa Foundation for Agricul- tural Advancement (IFAA). There are 62 scholar- ships available to fresh- men entering any Iowa two or four-year, post-sec- ondary institution this fall and 27 scholarships avail- able to current under- graduates attending Iowa State University. Appli- cants must major in animal science or a curriculum in agriculture or human sci- ences that is related to the agriculture industry. The awards include: * One $10,(f00 one-year scholarship Two $6,000 one-year scholarships Three $5,500 one-year scholarships Six $5,000 one-year scholarships Two $3,000 one-year scholarships Two $2,500 one-year scholarships 12 $2,000 one-year scholarships Seven $1,500 one-year scholarships One $1,200 one-year scholarship 45 $1,000 one-year scholarships Concluded p. 11