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Thursday, February 18, 2010 N/Warren Town and County News Page Seven STACI APPEL Concluded from p. 6 tronic filing sites for eli- gible Iowans can be found on the Iowa Department of Revenue Website, www.iowa.gov/tax/. Save money, energy with appliance rebate program: A consumer re- bate initiative funded by the federal recovery art starts soon and could save you money on new appli- ances and your energy bills. Similar to last year's "cash for clunkers" auto- motive rebate program, the Energy Efficiency Ap- pliance Rebate program gives consumers money back when they purchase new, energy efficient ap- pliances. Another benefit is that these new appliances - in- cluding furnaces, air con- ditioners, refrigerators, washers and dryers - cost less to operate. A total of $2.8 million will be available for Iowa BUSINESS rebates ranging from $100 to $500. Rebates are for appliances purchased after March I and are available on a first-come, first- served basis. Funds are expected to be exhausted within two weeks, so if you've been thinking of getting new appliances for your home, act quickly. Also keep in mind that the appliances purchased through this program may be eligible for tax credits, as well as additional re- bates offered by your util- ity companies. Learn more about the appliance rebate program at www.energy.iowa.gov. To contact Senator Appel when the Legisla- ture is in session, call the Senate Switchboard at 515- 281-3371. On weekends she can be reached at home at 515-961-6982. E-mail her at staci.appel@legis.state .ia.us. REVIEW' Special Olympics Dance & Auction Make plans now to attend the Special Olympics Iowa Torch Run Dance and Auction Saturda Feb. 27, from 8 p.m. to midnight at the DMPD Recreation Building, 5374 East University Ave. in Pleasant Hill. Food and bever- ages will be provided along with DJ' ed music. Athletes and staff from Special Olympics Iowa will also be in attendance. In addition, the evening will also include a live and silent auction. Tickets are $20 in ad- vance and $25 at the door. The general public is wel- come to attend. This event is one of many held by the Law Enforce- ment Torch Run Committee for Special Olympics Iowa. The Law Enforcement Torch Run is the largest grassroots fundraiser and public awareness vehicle for Special Olympics. Other events held in Iowa include Polar Plunges, Cop on Top, Tip a Cop, t-shirt sales and the World's Largest Truck Convoy. All proceeds from this event directly benefit Special Olympics Iowa. Tickets may be purchased in advance by calling the Special Olympics Iowa state office at 515- 986-5520 or purchase them at the door. Special Olympics Iowa, a statewide nonprofit orga- nization, has provided sports training and competitions for children and adults with intellectual disabilities since 1968. Currently, 11,350 athletes and Unified Sports Part- ners participate in Special Olympics Iowa events and competitions. For more information, call 515-986-5520 or visit www.soiowa.org. Cassie Mathies Joins Salon Cassie Mathies has joined Wanda Vetterick at her Norwalk Styling Sa- lon, 808 Main St. Mathies graduated from Boone High School in 2006 and attended La James School of Beauty in Johnston, where she re- ceived her esthetics license in 2007. In 2009, she re- ceived her cosmetology li- cense, also from La James. At the Norwalk Styling Salon, Mathies will offer her clients haircuts, semi- and permanent color, highlights and updos as well as facial waxing. Her hours at the salon are Tues- day and Wednesday, 10-8, Cassie Mathies Thursday and Friday, 9-5 and Saturday, 8-4. Call 981-4097 for an ap- pointment. Serving BUFFET 5 - 8 p.m. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Salad Bar, Pasta Bar & Meat Item just $9.95! Full menu also available. Open: Tue. & Wed., 5-9; Thur. thru Sat., 5-10 BAMBINO'S RESTAURANT 4221 South Orilla Rd. 981-9127 II I Washington Resident.Shocked .............. ,000 Kim H( ii!l!ii! i!i::i: $ little sha ....................................... ;::ii:::: .............. been ......... winner of: asked when lottery hbwn accepting a che fro iowa Lottery CEO Terry :RiiHertel entered a nonwinninglMidwest Millions ticket to be eligible to win in the drawing. These Players Had Great Scratch Ticket Luck! Richard Bauder of Ankny!;:shoWn,:::w  Lttery CEO.erry iat left, won the $1 million top prize plying,:lt:e Set FOr:.:,Life: scratch game and Sheryl Crossett of Clive won the $2'50,000 top pri::playing the Lucky Diamonds  ..... scratch game. Scratch Games: The validation pedod ends Feb. 15, 2010, for these games: Pinball, Sudoku, Extreme Green and Snow Birds. The validation period ends April 5, 2010, for these games: Stars & Stripes, Twister, Double Or Nothing and Cherry Twist. No prizes will be paid on these games after these dates. Pull.tab Games: The validation period ends May 6, 2010, for these games: Diamond Doubler and Cash Blast. No prizes will be paid on this game after this data. Lotto Games: Powerball, Mega Millions@ and Hot Lotto prizes must be claimed within 365 days from the date of the drawing. Pick 3, Pick 4 and $100,000 Cash Game prizes must be claimed within 90 days from the date of the drawing. Prize total above reflects instant, lotto and pull-tab prizes. This is only a partial list of winners of $10,000 or more in Januaw. Fabulous $50,000 After playing the same numbers for nearly five years, a group of six Polk County coworkers won a $50,000 Win! The "Fabulous 6" !y pool emoney to ::: ....... Powerb twice Becau they added the Power Ryo their ticket, the ....... $;;OD by five towin a total of i@i: P::#ie ale: :(front, left to right):'Jo Smithof Runnells, y th and Conn[@'dJale, both of Mg:.(back left to ) Kathy Jacob of UrbandaleiXoni ii: :;: ,,,::;:and L erre , both of Des Mo nes ;! More winners: One player won $200,000 playing Powerball! Two players won $100,000 each playing Iowa's $100,000 Cash Game. One player won $30,000 playing Hot Lotto with the Sizzler. Nine players won $30,000 each playing Crossword and Jingle Befl Crossword. Seven players won $25,000 each playing Bingo Times 10, Wild Bingo and Bingo Night. Four players won $12,000 each playing Double Cherry Twist. _ If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, call 1-800-BETS OFF. You must be at least 21 years old to purchase lottery tickets.