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Norwalk Warriors Ofrlcial Publication for the Norwalk Community School District Page Eight N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, February 20, 2014 Norwalk High School took ten groups and over 50 students to the Iowa High School Speech Asso- ciation's district contest Sat- urda Jarl 25, held at Val- ley High School. Out of those ten groups, six teams received the highest Divi- sion I (excellent) ratings and qualified for the state contest. These are the groups that advanced to state: Reader's. Theater per- formed "Drama Geeks," which consisted of Brad Adair, Jaleel Chandler, Bret Lossner, Jordan Patterson, Laura Fraser, Katie Camp- bell, Tayler Vandehaar, Sa- brina Kenned Rachel Fiel- weber and Jordan Butler. Radio Broadcasting per- formed WKGN morning news, consisting of Charles Putbrese, Fabiola Sanchez, Large Group Speech Team Has Excellent Season District Hilary Nguyen, Kenedi Walker, Madelaine Fels and Melinda Klawonn. The musical theater group, Le- gally Blonde, with Elly Hofmaier, Allie Calvert, Bryce Origer, Sebastian Capp and Alli Heckart. Two group improvisation teams made it to state. Team 1 included Kenedi Walker, Tyler French and Drake Hagar. Improvisa- tion team 2 consisted of Cassidy Moore, Makenna Ludlow, Layne LeQuatte and Hannah Broadbent. The ensemble acting cast performing Mother in My Head" included Elly Hofmaier, Allie Calvert, Drake Hagar and Jordan Patterson. Those at district earning the Division II (good) rat- ings were the Group Im- State. Photos submitted. provisation team of Alex highest Division I ratings. I Deadline for ads,[ Schroeder, Chenoa Burton, The groups were Readers legals and stories Jordan Butler and Made- Theater, which performed laine Fels; the mim, e group ' "Drama Geeks'; group im- is Noon Friday! who performed Slumber provisation team with Party" with Hannah Broad- LeQuatte, Ludlow, Broad- bent, Mary Abbott, Michae- bent and Moore; musical la Henke and Tayler Van- theater group who per- Did Y0U dehaar; the musical theater group who performed "The Producers," which included Layne Le Quatte and Sam Hanson, and the musical theater group "Cinder-ella" which con- sisted of Alex Snethen, Eliz- abeth Klawonn, Fabiola Sanchez, Josh Greenwood, Melinda Klawonn and Rachel Fielweber. The six qualifying teams who advanced to the state contest February 8 at An- keny High school excelled there as well. Four out of our six teams received the formed Legally Blonde; and ensemble acting team "A Mother In My Head." Groups with Division II ratings at the state contest were Radio Broadcasting and Group improvisation team with Walker, Hagar and French. For the past three months all teams worked diligently preparing for their events. Their hard work paid off with vast improvements in all groups and such successful ratings at the contests. (NAPS)---A new program uses shelter pets--Mutt-i- grees--to teach children social and emotional skills. It's called the Mutt-i-grees Curriculum and is sponsored by North Shore Animal League America, To learn more, visit www.education. muttigrees.org. A leading corporate intern- ship program has also been described as a leader in pro- moting diversity and inclu- sion for corporate America for more than 40 years. Called INROADS, it's trained more than 150,000 students. To learn more, visit www. INRoAlm.org. Enroll in AIB's Spring Term AIB College of Business will kick off its Spring Term March 10 and college officials say there is still time for students to enroll. "Our courses are of- fered year-round, with new terms beginning in September, November, March and June," says AIB President Nancy Williams. "This provides an excel- lent opportunity for new and transfer students to get started in classes with- out losing valuable time." Now in its 93rd year, the independent, nonprof- it AIB College of Business offers on-campus classes, online education or blend- ed learning that combines both formats. Full-time students in AIB's Degree in 3 program can earn a bach- elor of science degree in Accounting, Business Ad- ministration, Contempo- rary Business Communi- cations or Sports and Event Management in less than three years. AIB's campus life re- volves around a variety of student organizations and a growing athletics pro- gram in the NAIA that competes in basketball, golf, volleyball, soccer, bowling, softball and base- ball. AIB also sponsors competitive dance, cheer- leading and pep band. For more information, visit www.aib.edu or call 800-444-1921. i When your business needs you to haul stuff, few things are better than a truck-- except a truck you've im- proved with a top-quality rack or utility chest. For fur- ther facts on truck racks and boxes, go to www.UWSTA. coln and www.'PracRac.com or call (800) 432-4685.