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Thursday, February 12, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page Seven Norwalk Area Chamber of Commerce Banquet Ed Kuhl presenting Citizen of the Year award to Brad Miller 2015 President Brent Hinders presenting award to out- going 2014 President, Bill Pirkle Newton Standridge with Brooke Pulliam-Chamber Member of the Year Teacher of the Year award Jana Brown, given award by Oviatt Principal Sheila Taylor. Student of the Year Sebastian Capp given award by Dean of Students, Tom Scallon. POLICE CHIEF Concluded from p. 1 it was stolen. It wasn't an oppressively-minded and overbearing officer who volunteered their time to help distribute school backpacks to children who needed one. And it wasn't racially-profiling officers who gave 50 dollars to unsuspecting Norwalkians hoping that their Christmas might be a little brighter. None of the officers involved in the above listed events were callous, or prejudiced or had bad charac- ter. The Officers above were and are our officers; offic- ers of the Norwalk Police Department who are commit- ted to Noticeable Professionalism and Dedicated ser- vice. We enjoy our role as community caretakers. We strive to remain relevant by using force only when nec- essary. While we are poised to take enforcement action when needed, we understand that compassion for all is a mindset to be embraced. We are also appreciative of your continued support. The blueish hue that took over the night when all of the blue porch lights were on was something to behold. It shows that when the police and the community are on the same page with each other's needs and responsibili- ties, good things can happen. Success in public safety can sometimes be a tricky thing to measure, but from all indications, 2014 was a great year for the NPD. Hope- fully we helped to make your 2014 a memorable year as well. Business of the Year. NorwaIk Lions Club. Pictured are members of the club-Denny Wulf, Eric O'Leary, Casey and Maggie Bright, Marty and Linda Bussanmas and President of the Club, David Lester. Photos courtesy of Big Green Umbrella. AIB Final Graduation June 2016 AIB College of Business has announced new details about the gifting of its 20-acre campus to the University of Iowa. The campus will be renamed the Regional Regents Center and will be operated by University of Iowa. AIB's last graduating class will be in June 2016. AIB's programming will end June 30, 2016 and the University of Iowa will begin operating the campus July 1, 2016. "We recognize this historic gift means the end of an era and has a great impact on the AIB community," said Chris Costa, chairman of AIB's Board of Trustees. "We are focused on working individually with each of our students to help them reach their goals, whether on this campus or another college." With this transition plan, AIB will not enroll a 2015-2016 freshman class. Advisors plan to work closely with students to earn their AIB degrees before June 2016 or provide assistance to any student wishing to transfer. All AIB scholarshiPS for stu- dents and student-athletes will be honored through June 2016. Transition plans include ending all athletic programs in May 2015. Softball, base- ball and golf teams will complete their 2015 spring competition as scheduled. AIB students who would to like to transfer to the University of Iowa will need to meet the admission criteria for transfer students, which varies by college and degree programs. University of Iowa officials have emphasized that students who wish to transfer from AIB to Iowa will receive the same personalized attention the university pro- vides every student who transfers there. They will be expected to meet the same admission criteria as any other transfer student, which varies by college and degree program. Every transfer student to Iowa will receive individual advising to show them the pathway to graduation. AIB College of Business is an independent, nonprofit, coeducational college of business in Des Moines. The campus features 17 buildings on 20 acres near down- town Des Moines, including residential, apartment-style housing units. AIB offers Bachelors of Science degrees in seven business-related majors. Fall 2014 enrollment at AIB was more than 1,000 students. I To service our customers even better, we have the I State-of-the-Art Hunter Alignment System. All work is guaranteed by a 12 months/12,000 Miles Warranty. 802 Sunset Drive Norwalk NAPA Auto Center Auto Repair Towing Complete Engine Specialist Intake Specialist ASE Certified Mechanics Orchestra's Winter Concert Des Moines Communi- ty Orchestra's Winter Con- cert is set for Sunday, Feb. 15, at 2 p.m. at Sheslow Auditorium at Drake Uni- versity's Old Main. Conductor Carl Johnson will give a pre- concert talk at I p.m. The program includes Bradenburg Concerto no. 3 in G Major by J.S. Bach, Over- ture to William Tell by Rossini and Symphony no. 5 in C Minor, op. 67 by Beethoven. 00i000000ealthv] :dea00{ (NAPS)--You can find information, advice and re- minders on managing your health in a free planner de- veloped by the National Insti- tute of Arthrifis and Mtmculo- skeletal and Skin Diseases. Download or order it in Span- ish or English from www. niams.nih.gov/multicultural or call toll free (877) 226- 4267. . Many men are finding it's important to go for snacks made from whole food ingre- dients. For example, there is a line of gluten-free food bars called LARABAR made with fruits and nuts and no trans fats or preservatives. To learn more, visit www.larabar.com. Resources are available for community leaders who wish to develop an early defibril- lation program. For exam- ple, Philips Healthcare, the worldwide leader in AEDs, has advised numerous com- munities in setting up such lifesaving programs. Learn more by calling Philips Healthcare at (800) 453-6860 (mention ad code 11131).