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t . Thursday, April 4, 2013 N/Warren Town and County News Page Seven Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Week Salutes Local Extension Council Iowa State University (ISU) Extension and Out- reach celebrated Extension and Outreach Week throughout the state March 24-30. "It's one way we can say 'thank you' to the many volunteers, com- munity leaders, organiza- tions, agencies and other partners who support ISU Extension and Outreach work in Iowa," said Ca- thann Kress, vice president for ISU Extension and Out- reach. In Warren County, your County Extension Council leadership group includes Jason DeLay, Milo, Cha'ur- person, Amy Tlach, Prole, Vice Chairperson, Amy Oliver, Milo, Secretary and Lydda Youmans, Indiano- la, Treasurer. Other mem- bers of the council include Mark Davitt, Steve Heab- edin and John Taylor, In- Jennifer Hunter of Palisades Equestrian Estates and president of the newly re-established Norwalk-Prole Saddle Club. Photo submitted. Pictured, left to right, Back Row: Steve Heaberlin, John Taylor, Jason DeLay, Amy Oliver, Mark Davitt. Front Row: Kate Patterson, Lydda Youman, Amy Tlach. Photo submitted. dianola and Kate Patter- and Youmans serve on the son, New Virginia. Executive Committee; Ol- In addition to these four iver, Taylor and Youmans executive officer positions, serve on the Finance Com- there are various commit- mittee; DeLay, Patterson tee responsibilities of pro- and Tlach serve on the Per- gram leadership, market- esonnel Committee; Davitt, ing, finance and person- DeLay and Heaberlin nel. DeLay, Tlach, Oliver serve on the Marketing Offer 2013. CAPITAL CITY EQUIPME T SUNDOWN EQ J |PMEN;T 546i 2rid Snet Des Motm 92, 8ev ngtm 515 243 3353- 888-5 2 ,61127 866.o62-3 [}0 www, Cai italC F. ; n com www.SundownEquipmerCcom WJBlU Committee. DavitFis also the liaison for the Iowa Association of County Ex- tension Councils (IACEC). Council members not only serve in the county, but they coordinate their ef- forts with the other three counties of Dallas, Madi- son and Polk that make up Region 13. ISU Extension and Out- reach is part of an educa- tional network supported by Iowa State University, local county governments and the United States De- partment of Agriculture. Every county in Iowa has an elected Extension Council that decides how local tax dollars are spent to support ISU Extension and Outreach educational programs at the county level. 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-tatx Day) April 13 at Palisades Equestrian Estates Fundraiser for Saddle Club A fundraising event is being planned at Palisades Equestrian Estates south of Norwalk for the newly re- established Norwalk-Prole Saddle Club. At one time the club was very active in the area and new presi- dent, Jennifer Hunter, has hopes of having the club thrive once again. The one-day fundraiser will be held from 9 a.m. to approximately 5 p.m. Sat- urday, April 13, at Pali- sades. The educational clihic will feature accomplished trainers and riders such as Karl Watson with Cowboy Mounted Shooting, Cade Henry of Horsemanship with Colt Starting, Trick Rider Extraordinaire Tina Selsor and Kim Houlding DVM with hunting/jump- ing demonstrations and more. Tickets for the entire day are $10 with children under 12 being admitted free of charge. In addition to the entertainment, there will be educational oppor- tunities in various aspects of riding disciplines. There "Grand" new place, same classic taste/ Now at 2025 Grand Ave., West Des Moines 225-4842 - Friday 11 a.m. - close Saturday, 4 p.m. - close *Tuesday & Wednesday Dinner Buffet *Wednesday Lunch Buffet 11 a.m.- 1:30 p.m. New items available on lunch menu/ Norwalk-Prole will be door prizes, raffle drawings, silent auctions, concessions and fun activi- ties. Go to the Facebook page under Norwalk- Prole Saddle Club of IA, hit the "like" button and receive $2 off your ticket, Hunter also manages Palisades Equestrian Es- tates, which is a beautiful countryside setting. She advises there are several new and exciting events planned, or,.' his Daily riding lessons are offered to adults and be- ginners and for any style of riding discipline and there are various breeds of horses from which to choose.. Lessons include English to Western, basic care of a horse to higher level of competition. Available for rental is a banquet hall and indoor arena which may be used for parties, seminars and other special events. Other services include bridle trails throughout the estate to ride, horse training and boarding and certified horse show judging. Visit the booth at the Iowa Horse Fair for other promotional offers or con- tact Jennifer Hunter at 515- 720-3397. See the Facebook page under "Palisades Equestrian Center" for other upcoming events in- cluding a June Clinic with Kathleen Lindley, as well as the summer riding camps. Deadline for ads, legals and stories is Noon Friday! ORDER BY APRIL 13th! May Delivery To place your order, call JACK LANE 981-4273 Za-Ga-Zig Shrine Fundraiser