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Page Four N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, February 14, 2013 ,jp [NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES[ r Council Corner Welcome to one in a series of articles written Des Moines Area Com- munity College President Rob Denson recently re- leased the names of stu- dents eligible for the Fall Semester President's List. To be eligible, a student must have earned a 4.0 grade point average. Those from the Nor- walk area include Greg Brown, management; Lily Clark, Lindsey Downey, Philip Hand, Carli Ken- yon, Lindsey Kralik, Ka- risa Longcor, Nolan Mur- phy, Alex Palmer and Rebecca Streeper, Liberal Arts. Also Erica Davis, Legal Assistant; Jane Day and Joseph Klinefelter, Associ- ate General Studies; Brad- ley Fels, Health Informa- tion Technology; Garrett Gillen, Accounting Certif- icate I; Sondra Household- er, Medical Laboratory Technology; Erin McPher- son, Criminal Justice; and Lisa Miller, Entrepreneur- ship. And from Prole, Brianne Connor, Liberal Arts. Des Moines Area Com- munity College President Rob Denson also released the names of students eli- gible for the Fall Semester Dean's List. To be eligible, a student must have earned a 3.5 to 3.99 grade point average. Those from Norwalk include Nicholas Adams, Bailey Arrandale, Brandon Britt, Roxanne Brooks, Meghan Buntin, Brett Coons, Erik Faust, Paiten Gavin, Hannah Hill, Alex Kerr, Baylie Martin, Han- nah Myers, Haley Nickell, John Padavic, Rebecca Ponce, Cierra Slagg, Abig- all Swift and Patrick Wood, Liberal Arts. Bethany Belden, Bid- technology; Socorro Ceni- seros, Human Services; Jonathan Cheek and An- drew Funke, Computer Languages; Hillary Cirk- sena and Lacee Meade, Early Childhood Educa- tion; Courtney Duver, Marketing; Jeffrey Eppley, Environmental Science; Macie Hammer and Lisa Mower) Business Admin- istration; Kendra Hughes, Human Resource Manage- ment; Joshua Lange, Tool If@IT Cook_okin00 Ideas] (NAPS)--At 30 calories a cup, wholesome, whole grain popcorn is naturally low in fat and is the main ingredi- ent in Festive Popcorn Trees made  from The Popcorn Board's recipe. *** Peanut oil is trans fat- free, cholesterol-free, aller- gen-free and Ibvin satu- rated fats. It is also high in unsaturated fats, and a source of vitamin E and phytosterols, which benefit heart health. Visit www. turkeyfrying.net to view recipes, instructional videos and nutritional information. *** For a classic party dish tbs popular at today's gath- erings, cheese charcuterie-- a platter of cooked and dry- cured meats, sausages and smooth ptds. For tips, recipes and more, visit www. hot-dog.org. You can find delightful des- serts, meals and more at Bakers Square family restau- rant, specializing in award- winning pies and fresh- baked, high-quality menu items for breakfast, lunch and dinner. To find the near- est Bakers Square or to order pies online, visit www.Bakers Square.com. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING 2-04-13 The Special City Council Meeting of the Norwalk City Council was held at the Norwalk Public Safety Building -Training Room, 1100 Chatham Avenue, on Monday, February 4, 2013. The meeting was called to order at 6:30 P.M. by Mayor Doug Pierce. Those present at roll call were Dave Murillo, Mike Leto, Jamie Sylvester, Eric Delker and Frank Curtis. Absent: none. 13-026 Motion by Delker and seconded by Murillo to approve the Agenda. Motion carried unanimously. 13-027 Motion by Leto and seconded by Murillo to approve publication set- ring March 7, 2013 as the date of Public Hearing to approve the proposed fiscal year 2013-2014 budget for the City of Norwalk. Motion carried unani- mously. 13-028 Motion by Sylvester and seconded by Delker to enter closed session concerning potential real estate transaction per the Code of Iowa Chapter 21.50). Approved 5-0. Ayes: Murillo, Leto, SyLvester, Delker and Curtis. Nayes: nor. 13-029 Motion by Delker andseconded by Leto to go back In to open session. Approved 5-0. Ayes: Murillo, Leto, Sylvester, Delker and Curtis. Nayes: none. No action taken. 12-230 Motion by Murillo and seconded by Leto to enter closed session con- cerning pofentlal rsel estate b/msactton per the Code of Iowa Chapter 21.5(j). Approved 5-0. Ayes: Murillo, Leto, Sylvester, Delker and Curtis. Nayes: none. 12-231 Motion by Murillo and seconded by Leto to go back in to open session. Approved 5-0. Ayes: Murillo, Leto, Sylvester, Delker and Curtis. Nayes: none. NO "'----t,an, 13- ...r and seconded by Murillo to ed|oum the meeting. Motion carded unanimously. Doug Pierce, Mayor Jeff Rosian, City Clerk t Finance Officer & Die. Angelica Migilero, Pre- Nursing; Timothy Schou, Visual Communication; David Schroeder, Manage- ment; Carrie Stuber, Ac- counting Paraprofessional; Amanda Taylor, Pre-Den- tal Occupations and Alex- ander Weikum, Culinary Arts. Students from Prole are Carissa Grant, Pre-Nurs- ing; Heather Huhtala, Michael Huhtala, Kimber- ly Kharouf, Marshall Lynch, Jacqueline Mace- Oberender, Emily Mur- phy, all Liberal Arts. .................................. More than 500 students graduated from the Fall semester from Des Moines Area Community Col- lege's (DMACC) Ankeny, Boone, Carroll, Newton, Urban and West Campus- es. Norwalk students in- cluded Erica Davis, Legal Assistant; Robert Fraser, Criminal Justice and Rebecca Streeper, Liberal Arts. ................................ Baseball Team Can CoBecfion Saturday, Feb. 16, the Norwalk Naturals 9U baselalt team will be col- lecting cans and bottles with an Iowa refundable deposit. Team members will be going door-to-door in various neighborhoods throughout Norwalk. Cans and bottles may also be dropped off at the Norwalk Fareway store, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the loading dock at the back of the store buiIding, Money raised from this fundraiser will help sup- port the baseball team with tournament fees for the 2013 baseball season. Grassley in Indianola Senator Chuck Grassley has planned meetings with Iowans in 16 counties dur- ing the Senate's upcoming February recess week in- cluding 10 town meetings and question-and-answer sessions with students at four high schools, employ- ees at a manufacturing plant and members of the Des Moines Rotary Club. Senator Grassley will be in Warren County Wed- nesday, Feb. 20, from 2-3 p.m. at the Warren Coun- ty Administration Build- ing in the board room on the second floor. LIBRARY HOURS Monday - Thursday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday, 1 - 5 p.m. Closed Sundays 0VIernotial Day-I_ar Day) by your city leaders. Each will be an opinionated article meant for you to become more aware and involved in your community. If you have an issue, concern, or a question you would like to see addressed in a future publication, please find our contact information on the city's website www.ci, norwalk.ia, us Toy Drive Update By Jamie Sylvester It's been several weeks since my article asking for your help in collecting used toys for the couple in Nodaway to repair and dispense to needy children. We have received a great response, but we could use a lot more! To recap, Vince and Judy Else are a retired couple living in small town Iowa who dedicate their time to collecting old toys, books, puzzles, stuffed animals, etc., to clean and repair for children to open at Christmastime. Days before the holiday, their warehouse burned to the ground and destroyed thousands of toys to be used for 2013. The gifts for this past Christmas were being stored in a different location and were given to children in need. The Else's story made the news circuit and while they will not accept monetary donations, they will accept used toys in any condition. This is a great opportunity to do something good for children in Iowa who wouldn't otherwise have gifts to open on Christmas. A donation of any size would require no money from you and little of your time. All we're asking is to drop off your kids' or grandkids' old toys and the rest will be done for you. Norwalk Easter Public Library has been kind enough to accept donations since City Hall is closed evenings and weekends. We will continue to accept items through the month of February. Thank you to all who have given to this most worthy cause! TED'S USED CARS & AUTO SERVING THE NORWALK AREA SINCE 1966 We Repair All Makes & Models! 802 Sunset Drive, Norwalk, IA 50211 Phone: 515-981-0649 Residence: 515-287-6512 WE'RE A 41tt15 AUTO CARE CENTER REPAIR Let me help find the vehicle insurance policy that's right for you, LANE INSURANCE AGO( INC 515-9814614 mlane@laneinsurance,com ,I00l[ImlE[Dl