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OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER FOR NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT ii!ll!lu,uli!l,!h!,!,!l,lmlllll,I,l,'ll'l'l"l'd'hll'l'l Norwalk Warriors Voh 51 No. 42 Norwalk, Iowa 50211 USPS No. 395-120 Phone 981-0406 emaih news@norwalknewspaper.com Thursday, March 21,2019 Norwalk High School Boys Basketball Team Advances to State Tournament, Places 2nd in Class 3A Photos by Carrie Krupke and Norwalk Boys Basketball Nancy Kuehl Honored as Norwalk Chamber's unity !iiiiili!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii~iiiii!i~i~i!i~iiiii~i~i!i~ Nancy Kuehl was selected as one of three Norwalk Chamber of Commerce Community Footprint Award winners, and was honored at the annual chamber banquet held at Echo Valley Country Club. Nancy assumed her position as Norwalk's first and only Parks & Recreation director in 1994. In that time she has guided the growth of the community's extensive park system, offered programs and venues for numerous sports teams and athletes of all ages and skills, and conceived and coordinated hundreds of recreational programs attended by thousands of Norwalk residents over the years. Kuehl's most visible successes can be found in the 70 acres of parks with names familiar to everyone: City Park, Brownie Park, McDonald Woods, Windflower PArk, Billy O Phillips Park and the two newest: Elizabeth Holland Park now in development as part of a commercial and recreation area just east of Highway 28, and Warrior Park, recently completed on Orchard Hills Drive. For athletes and fitness fans, Warrior Park offers a challenge course based on the Play60 concept promoted by the National Football League and American Heart Association to encourage people to get at least 60 minutes of active exercise each day. Course obstacles, each in Norwalk purple, test strength, balance, speed and agility. Congratulations, Nancy! Information for this article was provided by the Norwalk Chamber of Commerce. W