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Norwalk, Iowa
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Thursday, January 31, 2013 N/Warren Town and County News Page Five I CHURCH and SOCIAL . Norwalk 4-H All Stars Wendy Borst, Massage Therapist  VALENTINE I v SPECIAL! $5 OFF any Gift Cdrtificate purchased now through Feb. 14! Come see me at Haskin Chiropractic 1016 Main St., Norwalk I 515-240-1075 I U.S. and Japanese studies have found that black and green teas have antibacterial powers that may help prevent cavities and gum disease, The regular meeting of the Norwalk 4-H All Stars was held December 9, 2012 at the Norwalk Public Li- brary. The meeting was called to order by President Alex Bennett. Tristan Dun- can led the Pledge of Alle- giance. Roll call was answered by 16 members and one guest stating their favorite holiday treat. Nicole Alex- ander read the minutes from the November meet- ing. The treasurer report was given by Courtney Johnson. Courtney also read the county newsletter. For Old Business mem- bers brought personal care items for Children & Fami- lies of Iowa. New Business: Member- ship Recognition Certifi- cates were passed out to members who joined 4-H in 2011. Achievement stickers were passed out to other club members. Information was shared about summer camps. Courtney Johnson made a motion to adjourn the meeting and Ava Har- vey seconded it. Beth Sievers led the 4-H Pledge. We then play the Right Left game with gifts that members brought. A crafts game was played; mem- bers had a paper plate on their head and had to draw the story that was read to them. A judging was done on these drawings and Alex Bennett won a prize. Members brought home- made ornaments and then had a judging on them. Beth Sievers won this prize. These ornaments were then taken to the Norwalk nursing home at a later date. Ava Harvey and Van- essa Hautekeete provided treats. Nicole Alexander, secre- ' tary 2013i!OWA CHINESE NEW YEAR DATE VENUE S ENTERTAINMENT TIME FEBURARY 02, 20t3 NORVVALK HiGH SCHOOL FREE ADHISSION CHILDREN'3 ACTW|TIES FOOD DEMONRATIONS MARTIAL ARTS DEMONSTRATIONS CUtTURAL YS FOOD MUSICAL:ACTS POSTER EXHITION VENDORS VOLUNTEER OPPONITIES FESTIVAL | ! n-3 pm DINNER 5 pro-6:30 CEREMONY 6:30-8 p Bob and Ellen Knickerbocker 'To Ce&&ate 50t100 Anni00ersanj Former Norwalk residents Bob and Ellen Knickerbocker, now of Reeds Spring, MO, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Monday, Feb. 18. The couple's son, Jeff Knickerbocker of Martensdale, and daughter, Jill Knickerbocker Holmes of Republic, MO, are hosting a card shower for their parents. They request friends and family to send an anniversary card with a memory or personal message to arrive on or be- fore the big day. Greetings may be sent to Bob and Ellen Knicker- bocker, 823 Othello Lane, Reeds Spring, MO 65737. Did You Know? (NAPS)--Teaching perse- verance can be a challenge, but when children finally make a breakthrough, they will show increased confi- dence and feel good about themselves for seeing the job through. For more informa- tion, visit Kumon at www. kumon.com or call (877) 586- 6673. *** The AARP Foundation has a map at www.aarp.org/ snapmap that lets people check their eligibility and tells older Americans how to apply for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Pro- gram benefits. Wit5 help from HP tech- nology, many community col- leges and other schools can provide the computing and other equipment their stu- dents and faculty need while staying within their increas- ingly tight budgets. Trick-or-t for LrNIGP, the original Kids Helping Kids camldgn, provides chil- dren with the opportunity to have fun and save lives at the same time. UNICEF helps provide children with the essentials for a safe and healthy childhood. To donate or learn how to get involved, visit www.trickortreatfor unicef.org. B2B Salon 5921 SE 14th Street, Suite 1800 Des Moines, Iowa ~ 515-287-1500 Women's Hair Cuts $15 Children Cuts $8 All Over Color Service $35 Full Highlight $35 Partial Highlight $25 Call Anna at 515-287-1500 Tuesday-Friday  9am to 7pm Saturday - 9am to 5pm Sunday - llam to 5pm Walk-ins Welcome