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Page Ten N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, April 8, 2010 After Prom Annual Plant Sale Help support the Substance Free After Prom Celebration by purchasing your spring plants from After Prom. The After Prom committee is happy to have Bedwell Gar- dens back as the plant supplier. Orders will be taken up to April 23. Plants will be available for pickup at the high school Auto Garage from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, April 30 and from 8 a.m. to 12 noon Saturday, May 1. Contact Laurie Pemberton at 981-5922 or Kathy Fazio at 285-0980if you have any questions. Order forms may be taken to any of the school offices or sent to After Prom, PO Box 177, Norwalk, IA 50211. 20o9 After Prom Pisnt. O ler ot L R~sJ,~, $;~koo : ~o RnatX~feJmpaaens Irx~ll~-~ . u~d~ ~ Doo~ ~p~akm .~a~~ Pink Iml~Im~ ~ I~m~ ~~ne . _ F~ ~z,~ss F~Seed ~ ] O~opa (wtme) wt~ miri J~cdas Sa~on Soed Gema~m I~bmias tr Hanai~ Bukt - SIun .... Pfnkmb~ j - e" Pot ,- $19.00 ee. - RedZomd~ Red 8all 6"Pet Tammo ~ w r Ylrmd~x~ vv~i~ ~m~m r Po~ed~cnalsy - Mawd - SO.OO~m~h ! To~I I Toli Total -- Total # oE: lqa~s Paks Ilanging ]3as]b~ W~o~ Total # Pots: g" 6" 4" 2" ~ Total $ amL Following are the Norwalk Easter Public Li- brary Board of Trustees minutes of the resched- uled regular meeting of February 23, 2010. Roll Call: Acting Chair- person Tom Dunn called the meeting to order at 6:35 p.m. Tom "Dunn, Donna Kitterman, Dick Schreiber, Andrea Johnson, Clyde Sievers and Joiene Huen were in attendance. The seventh board position is currently vacant. Library Director Jr[lie Wells was present. Guests: There were no guests. Review and Change Agenda: Director Wells requested that Green Flag Debt Collection be added as an agenda item under new business. Andrea Johnson moved that the agenda be approved as amended. Clyde Sievers seconded. Motion passed by unanimous voice vote. Review Last Meetings Minutes: Andrea Johnson moved that the minutes of the January meeting be approved as written. Clyde Sievers seconded. m / Produced by Hamid Circus, Inc. orial Friday- 7:00 pm Saturday- 9:30 am 2:30 pm 7:00 pm Sunday- 1:00 pm 5:00pm Motion passed by unani- mot*s voice vote. Pay the Bills: The bills were approved by unani- mous consent via e-mail after the regular meeting on February 8th was post- poned due to inclement weather. Director's Report: 49 patrons registered, 5,637 items circulated and 4,377 visitors. The preliminary FY 10/ 11 budget was submitted. The final budget has not been adopted. The custom-built stor- age/display/desk unit has been installed in the children's area. ~,iring will be done this week by Triple T Electric. The third year of "A Novel Year" is starting out on a good note; 15 indi- viduals participated in the first session. February's title is Julie & Julia by Julie Powell. April's title is And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie. Annette is beginning work on the summer read- ing program and the sec- ond session of Book Bud- dies began Monday, Feb. 15. Old Business: Trea- surer, Andrea Johnson, re- ported that we are on tar- get. Tom Dunn had no re- port from the Library Foundation. New Business: The fol- lowing officers were elected by unanimous voice vote: President-Tom Dunn, Vice President- Clyde Sievers, Secretary- Dick Schreiber and Trea- surer-Andrea Johnson. Director Wells pro- posed several new furni- ture items for the Children's Area: Benches under the new wall unit- $2,803, bins for board books-S2,076 and crown molding-S600. It was agreed to table the issue until fall, due to current budget constraints. Procedures for overdue items were discussed and approved. i week overdue: Notice is sent, circulation account restricted, computer ac- cess inac~-ivated; if items are returned-all restric- tions removed. 3 weeks overdue: Item marked lost and bill is sent; if items are returned- remove processing fee and account restrictions. 5 Weeks overdue: Ac- counts over $50 are sent to the collection agency (Stage 1); if items are re- turned-remove account restrictions; if patron re- ports items lost-collect payment for items. 8 weeks overdue: Ac- counts over $50 are sent to the collection agency (Stage 2); if items are re- turned-collect //2 cost of books (all money goes to the collection agency); if patron reports items lost- collect full cost of books (1/ 2 goes to collection agency). Adjournment: Jolene Huen moved that the meeting be adjourned. Clyde Sievers seconded. The motion passed by unanimous voice vote. Acting Chairperson Dunn called the meeting ad- journed at 7:25 p.m. ................................... Jolene Huen, Secretary for the Norwalk Easter Public Library Trustees, respectfully submits the above minutes, March 8, 2010. NICKI CORTUM Concluded from p. 1' celebration held at Iowayouth are involved in 4-H. State each spring and one In Iowa, 4-H Youth Devel- of its oldest traditions. It opment is headquartered serves as a showcase and at the Iowa State Univer- display of the Iowa State sity campus in Ames. 4-H community with a wide is supported by federal, variety of educational and state and county funding entertainment events, private grants and dona- 4-H is the nation's larg- tions and fees. est youth development or- For more information ganization, serving more about joining 4-H, contact than six million young Iowa State University Ex- people across America tension Warren County with programs in leader- office at www.extension ship, citizenship, commu- .iastate.edu/warren or visit nication and life skills. One www.extension.iastate.edu/ in five Iowa school-age 4H. clip and save Norwalk Schools Phone Directory Central OfficeAdministnition 981-0676 High School (Grades 10-12) 981-4201 High School Activities 981-4204 Eastview 8/9 School 981-9655 Middle 6/7 School 981-0435 Lakewood Elementary (Grades 4-5) 981-1850 Oviatt Elementary (Grades PreK-3) '981-1005 Transportation Office (Bus Barn) 981-0016 Food Service/Nutrition Office 981-9876 Building & Grounds Office 981-0917