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Thursday, April 4, 2013 N/Warren Town and County News Page Five SOCIAL MASTER GARDENERS HOLD Tri-Region Master Gardeners Recognition. Master Gardeners from Sandy Logemann, Judy Dallas, Warren and Madi- Pauley, Mary Pennington, son counties met recently Chelsey Soder and Jenni- at the Iowa State Universi- fer Walter, from Warren ty Extension and Out- County, completed re- reach, Madison County quirements necessary to Office in Winterset for an become Master Garden- inaugural joint Tri-County ers and were presented meeting March 16. with their certification. Recognition was given The pqrpose of ISU's to newly named Master Extension and Outreach Gardeners and ideas were Master Gardener Pro-' shared about local gram is to provide unbi- projects. Genonne Ander- ased, research-based hor- son, Ada Johnson, Annette ticultural information to Kendall, Lala Kosman, the citizens of I0wa Now Accepting Applications NORWALK 2 APARTMENTS 1, 2 Bedrooms, Newly Remodeled, Community Center, 24-7 Maintenance Rental Assistance Available 515-210-8983 www.NationaI-Management.com REGIONAL MEETING Photo submitted. through the volunteer ef- forts of Master Gardeners. To become a Master Gar- dener, an individual com- pletes 40 hours of horticul- ture education provided by ISU Extension and Out- reach, followed by 40 hours of volunteer horticulture educational service to their communities. To remain a certified Master Gardener, individuals complete at least 12 hours of communi- ty service as well as attend at least six hours of continu- ing education each year. The Master Gardener mot- to is "Learn It, Grow It, Teach It." To find out about upcoming Master Garden- er training, contact ISU Ex- tension and Outreach, War- ren County, 515-961-6237 or email Simon at casimon @iastate.edu. Scrapbooking Event April 6 A Spring Fling Scrapbooking Event is scheduled for Saturday, April 6, at Crossroads Church, 2601 Border St. in Norwalk. The Adoption Fundraiser is from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. The cost is $25 per per- son with proceeds to sup- port adoption and help young families get the funds needed to complete their families. Lunch and dinner will be available with a free-will donation. There will be door prizes and raffles. Prizes will be awarded for the best one page and two page layouts. Creative Memories, Memory Works and Thirty-One Bags will be available for purchases. Due to limited avail- ability, to register contact Jill at 515-480-3954 or Michelle at 515-577-5463. 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 (Memorial Day-Labor Day) Fellowship Community Church Hosts Parent Seminar Fellowship Community Church, 225 North Ave., will host Dr. Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller as they present their seminar, Everyday Parents CAN Raise Extraordinary Kids! Saturday, April 13, from 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. This is for all parents, but especially for parents of children 2- 18. The cost is $20 per family. A special program for kids from three years through the 5th grade will be available and quality childcare will be available for children two years and younger; both are offered on a donation ba- sis. Dr. Turansky and Miller are from the National Cen- ter for Biblical Parenting. Parents will receive practical, biblical advice :that will help touch the hearts of their children and they will leave the seminar with ideas that can be put into practice right away. Children from three years through the 5th grade can also be registered for Hero Training Camp, which teaches concepts that go hand-in-hand with the concepts taught during the par- ent seminar. Donations for Hero Training Camp and childcare for the younger children will go directly to the Mexico missions team to help pay for their summer trip where the team builds homes for people in need. Advance registrations are necessary to ensure enough childcare workers are available. To learn more about the seminar and/or to register, visit FCC's website at fccnorwalk.org or contact their office at 981-0699. County Parks Community Forum This institution is an Equal Opportunity Wh t ; ] Provider and Employer I COU ': S TA N D R I E GROUP LEADERS IN COMMUNICATION SOLUTIONS Gall 515!%i- ;14.9 for m.o e taformaU N. 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