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Page Four N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, February 25, 2016 NEIGHBORHOOD NOTESI Shrine Bowl Tyler French of Cumming, a Multimedia Journalism and Public Re- lations major at Wartburg College in Waverly, was recognized at the annual Iowa College Media Asso- ciation conference Feb. 4- The following full-time2015 term in Davenport. students, who achieved a Included were Olivia grade-point average of 3.5 Bratt of Norwalk and or higher on a 4.0 scale Rebecca Moews of Indi- have been named to the St. anola. Ambrose University .................................. Dean's List for the Fall 5 in Des Moines. Norwalk Garden Club French earned first and third place for Best SportsDo you need a peek at spring? Thinking about your Broadcast. summer garden? Join us for a North Warren County .................................. Garden Club meeting at 6:30 p.m. the first Tuesday of ,m- Calyn Thompson of each month at Bedwell Gardens, 8044 G 14 Hwy, Norwalk was honored at Norwalk. the Associated Collegiate Learn about various gardening topics through pro- Press "Best of the Mid- grams, presentations, demonstrations and planting. All west" conference January ages and levels of gardening experience are welcome! 30-31 in Minneapolis, MN. Plan to attend Tuesday, March 1. Call 515-981-4661 with Thompson, a communi- questions. cation arts major at Wartburg College in DIVIACC IS SEARCHING FOR ITS Waverly, earned fifth placeFIRST GRADUATING CLASS in Multimedia Package for her work with Knight Vi- Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) is sion and the Trumpet. celebrating its 50th anniversary this year with a Gala The student-run news- Celebration to be held Saturday, April 30 at Prairie paper, the Trumpet, also Meadows. DMACC's first graduating class (1968) will finished eighth in the be honored in this celebration. Weekly Newspaper (four- The DMACC Foundation is specifically looking for year school) division, the following graduates: James Brockley, Tom Trunnell, More than 230 entries Jeanne Davis, Patti Greig, Carole Janes, Pat Harrison, Frank McLey, Marta May, Teri Carruthers, Mary Jo from colleges in five states were submitted. Wartburg Mitchell, Paul Wicks and Neville Mangra and ask that was competing against members of this initial graduating class contact Foun- large schools such as the dation Associate Director Breck Danner at 515-965-7331 University of Minnesota, or bbdanner@dmacc.edu by April 5. Iowa State University and DMACC was officially created March 18, 1966 and North Dakota State Uni- was designed as Merged Area XI. In 1968, the Board of versity. Directors adopted Des Moines Area Community Col- ............................... ~ege as the official name of the institution. DMACC started at 2501 Vine St. in West Des Moines. The site was a former grocery store. Today, it's the Iowa Christian A,cademy. Jake Kestel has been selected to play in the 44th annual Iowa Shrine Bowl. This year's game will be played at UNI Dome in Cedar Falls July 23, at 4 p.m. Jake is Norwalk's 7th player to be selected to play in the game. Pictured, Head Football Coach Paul Patterson, Za Ga Zig representative Jack Lane, 2016 Shrine Bowl Player Jake Kestel. Photo submitted. ORDER BY APRIL 14th! May Delivery T- " $11 o place your order, call JACK LANE 981-4273 Za-Ga-Zig Shrine Fundraiser OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Notice:of Sheriffs Levy and Sale IN THE IOWA D~TRIC'!r COURT FOR WARREN COUNTY STATE OF IOWA ) )ss WARREN COUNTY ) Court NO. LEQGY035154 r 3 NO I ,OF LSV "Supporting people to achieve a fulfilling life in their community" Residential Instructor- $12.601hour Overnight Aide- $11.981hour 0n-CalI/PRN Staff- $12.60/hour Progress Industries is a private, nonprofit organization designed to provide opportunities for people with disabilities to make informed choices about where they live and work within their communities. We have job opportunities available for direct support professionals to make a difference in the lives of people with disabilities by teaching life skills in the areas of medication management, community access, financial responsibility, transportation and self-advocacy. Requirements: .At least 18 years of age. .High school diploma or GEl3 ,Valid Iowa Drivers License Reliable vehicle with auto insurance .Pre-employment criminal & abuse background check, driving record check, and company-paid physical and drug screen. Start a rewarding career today. 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