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.qI,,-- i 1 SCHOOL and SPORTS Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District I Norwalk Warriors Page Eight N/Warren Town and County News i i Warrior Hockey Team Places Third Fhe Norwalk Warrior Hockey team finished their season with a third place finish in the Des Moines Metro High School Hockey League Tournament held Thurs- day through Saturday, March 4-6, at Buccaneer Arena in Des Moines. Goaltender Zach Kaldenberg posted a shut- out in the Warriors' open- ing round 3-0 victory over Johnston to advance to the semi-finals, where they fell to regular season cham- pion Dowling Catholic. The Warriors regrouped for a 6-3 come-from-be- hind victory in the conso- lation game to secure the bronze medal. The Warriors also did well at the end of season banquet Sunday, March 7, where they not only re- ceived their bronze med- als, but also brought home awards for Team Sports- Members of the Norwalk Warrior Hockey team, left to right, Alex Richardson, Zach Kaldenberg, Gaige Palmer and Davis Stout. Photo submitted. manship and the League's Defenseman of the Year. All Norwalk players re- turn for next year and they are expecting several more players from Norwalk to join the team. The Warriors are inter- ested in growing the par- ticipation of hockey in Norwalk and Central Iowa. Parents of interested youngsters can contact the Des Moines Youth Hockey Association for more in- formation by visiting their website at DMYHA.com. A new spring initiation program for ages 3-10 be- gins April 6 and runs through May 23. After Prom for Juniors and Seniors NHS After Prom will be held at TOKENS Family Fun Center in West Des Moines following the dance Saturday, May 1, from midnight to 5 a.m. A pancake breakfast will fol- low at the Norwalk Fire Station. The cost for After Prom is $30 a person. This in- cludes food, pop, video games, unlimited laser tag and mini golf, hypnotist and prizes. Pre-registra- tion and payment are re- quired. Pre-register and make payment for you and your date ($30 per person) as soon as possible either at the school office or mail to Norwalk After Prom, P.O. Box 177, Norwalk, IA 50211. For more informa- tion, call Kathy Fazio, 285- 0980, Laurie Pemberton, 981-5922, Theresa Webb, 490-0211, or Lori Ward, 771-7761. Anyone interested in money or prize donations or chaperoning, please let one of us know. Davis Stout and Alex Richardson, Photos submitted. 4-H/FFA Scholarship College-bound Iowa youth active in 4-H and/or FFA livestock projects and current undergraduate students may apply for $81,000 in scholarships available from the Iowa Foundation for Agricul- tural Advancement (IFAA). The scholarships are available to freshmen en- tering any Iowa two- or four-year post-secondary institution this fall or cur- rent undergraduates at- tending Iowa State Univer- sity. Applicants must ma- jor in animal science or a curriculum in agriculture or human sciences that is related to the animal in- dustry, according to IFAA spokesman Harold H. Hodson. The awards include: Three $5,500 one-year scholarships, four $5,000 one-year scholarships, one $3,000 one-year scholar- ship, one $2,500 one-year scholarship, eight $2,000 one-year scholarships, five $1,500 one-year scholar- ships, 14 $1,000 one-year scholarships and three $500 one-year scholar- ships. Applications and addi- tional information are available by visiting the Sale of Champions section of the Iowa State Fair's web site (www.iowastate fair.org), the IFAA web site (www.ifaa.org), or by call- ing 515-685-3719. Selection will be based on level of 4- H/FFA involvement in livestock project work, livestock exhibition and/or judging, scholarship, lead- ership and career plans. Applications for current undergraduate students must be postmarked by April 1, 2010 and applica- tions for incoming fresh- men must be postmarked by June 1, 2010. All mate- rials should be sent to: Winner's Circle Scholar- ship, c/o SGI, 30805 595 th Avenue, Cambridge, IA 50046. Winners will be an- nounced during the Iowa State Fair's annual 4-H/ FFA Sale of Champions on August 21, an event spon- Concluded p. 9 Thursday, March 18, 2010 Seibert is Finalist For America's Homecoming Queen Ashlee Seibert Ashlee Seibert, daugh- ter of Louise Taylor- Seibert and Ricky Seibert, Norwalk, has been se- lected finalist for Iowa's 30th Annual Homecoming Queen Selection, which was held Saturday and Sunday, March 6 and 7, at the Holiday Inn and Con- ference Center Des Moines Airport. Seibert is the Norwalk Community High School Homecoming Queen for this school year. She is a wrestling cheerleader and is active in softball, volley- ball, elementary mentor, National Honor Society and is on the SIC Commit- tee. She also is a blood do- nor. Iowa's 2010 Homecom- ing Queen will receive a cash scholarship plus an expense paid trip to the National Finals to compete for America's Homecom- ing Queen along with queens from other states. America's Homecom- ing Queen, Inc. is a non- profit organization pro- moting education, educa- tional travel and commu- nity service in schools in all 50 states. Seibert will be attend- ing the University of Iowa this fall to major in physi- cal therapy. 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 (Mnorial Day-Labor Day)