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Thursday, April 9, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page Seven Gustafson Hosts Earlham Students Food Ambassadors Needed Rep. Start Gustafson (R-Cumming) met with several students from Earlham High School at the Capitol last week. The government class visited the Statehouse to see their state government in action. Pictured are Earlham students with Rep. Stan Gustafson. Photo submitted. Senator Garrett Hosts Martensdale-St. Marys Students and Educators Martensdale-St. Marys Community School students in 7th through 11th grades, and their principal and teach- ers, visited Senator Julian Garrett at the statehouse March 31 to discuss issues impacting their school. Pic- tured, left to right, Row 1: Andrea Benson, teacher; Kyle Butts; Ben Lynch; Abby Anctil; Abby Wetzler; Jena Wenck; Senator Garrett; Tori Reynolds and Alex Roby. Row 2: Josh Moser, Principal; Beth Grafft, teacher; Darren Vogt; Adam Hansen, teacher; Reid Frederiksen and Noah Catron. Row 3: Calogeno Principato; Travis Foell, teacher; Michael Karnatz and Dakota Gibson. Photo submitted. Senator Garrett Meets with Norwalk Girl Scout Troop Senator Julian Garrett, R-Indianola, met with Girl Scout Troop 91, who are all in 4th grade at Norwalk Lakewood Elementary. Girl Scout troops from all over the state visited the Capitol Thursday, April 2, to visi]t the statehouse, have lunch and meet their legislators. Pictured, left to right, Row 1: Michele Hagard (co-leader), Becky Chemiss (leader), Rachel Miller, Sophia Peterson, Harley Chemiss, Leigh Malake, Kristen Malake (co-leader). Row 2: Sami Hagard and Senator Julian Garretto Photo sibvt.L',/. "" " ""m '' C,;:e: lOT & G!2 -}7' fLi!F:b-]".:iDiC)iq () FO Box '- Nc,.rwaik. [A 'ii)21 ] --- BAMBINO'S RESTAURANT--" 2025 Grand Ave., VVest Des Noines 20th Anniversary! l !995-2015 COME CELEBRATE W/TH US. Tues: Discounted homemade fried chicken Wed: Half-off pizza Thurs: All.you-can.eat spaghetti, no cork fee Tues.-Fri., 11 a.m. to close; Sat., 4 p.m. to close 2254842 Easter is the first Sunday aer he first fuii moon after March 21. by1 ea Ideasj (NAPS)--Many pharma- cists are providing preventive health care services, includ- ing immunizations, health testing, chronic care patient counseling and medication therapy management. To learn more about preventive services at Walgreens phar- roacies, visit www.walgreens. com. 4' "' Millions of Americans are c,:Tenr.ly affected by Aa%ID-- a =ondition that caases dam- age to the maeuia, a smail spot near he center of the retina. Early detection is ke3: To hep, Prevent Blindness rodes a wee resource. 'qe AMD Learmng Center/' a,c www.preventbiindness.org/ amd. BLACK GOLD REALTY INDIANOLA Newer Condos for Lease 1 BR or 2 BR available, all appiiances included, 1-car garage plus 1 parking spot. No pets. $750 or $850 per month plus deposit. Larry Hughes 515.681.6310 For 4-H Tasting Bee The Warren County 4-H Foundation is hosting a Tast- ing Bee to raise money for the Warren County 4-H pro- gram. What is a Tasting Bee? IVs a fun event where you and your friends get to try delicious samples of differ- ent foods while helping to support Warren County 4- H! Sunday, April 26, from 4-6 p.m., gather your friends and family and join in on the fun. The 4-H Tasting Bee will be at Indianola Church of Christ located at 1112 East Iowa Avenue. Tickets will be $15 per person which will be sold in advance and can be purchased by stop- ping by or calling the Warren County Extension Office at 515-961-6237. Tickets are limited to the first 150 people. At the Tasting Bee you will enjoy samplings of des- serts, appetizers, breakfast items, main dishes and side dishes. With your ticket you will also get a copy of each of the recipes of the yummy items you have sampled. Tea, lemonade and water will also be included. We need your help! We are in need of food ambassa- dors to host a table at the 4-H Tasting Bee. As a food ambassador you would: Donate/supply 175 bite size samplings of your food for ticket holders to eat. Host your table from 4-6 p.m. April 26 and speak with people about your food/recipe/4-H experience, if applicable. Set up your table prior to the event and provide tablecloth, decoration and any items to keep your food hot or cold. Also provide your own serving utensils. Provide the recipe to be published. If you are a business, you may hand out informa- tion promoting it. Clean up your table after event. A kitchen is available if needed. The foundation will provide all plates, silverware, napkins, Tasting Card and pen to mark people who have visited your table, and table number. We need the following food ambassadors: 3 Appetizers 2 Breakfast Items 3 Side Dishes 3 Main Dishes 2 Desserts If you would like to be a food ambassador for the 4- H Tasting Bee, contact Kathy McCoy at 515-491-6905 or katmm8@yahoo.com or Kim Delay at 515-681-7526 or delayedacres@iowatelecom.net. Iowa One Call Iowa One Call is welcoming spring this April by cel- ebrating National Safe Digging Month in Iowa. Many Iowans are beginning outdoor projects as the weather warms and this event serves as a reminder to have bur- ied utility lines located and marked before performing any type of digging. As a free service, Iowa One Call works to safeguard Iowans from the potential hazards associated with coming in contact with buried utilitv lines and to protect the essentiai'services conveyed via iowa's vast underground facilities infrastructure. Iowa One Call is co[laboratin with Common Ground Iowa (CGI) and Governor Branstad to declare April Safe I)iggi, .... Momh in -o.va. The p:,rerslnip with CGI co- ordinates ihe .... :;,i   of the ":oca.mcdon, k_overw,,q s blS,.1. , "  " which wi] L;p,P..qote ;ai:e (iigin, t],rOtl!iotl[ he state. .... -4 ' " - - ' h3cioQed Nationait% __ommon k:,rt)tmc,.iance k  ,,,, ,. .... k_,J[ tO wi ell its regional partnecs suclq as "- -" or;)mote efi:ee- dye dam, age prevention practices for keeping under ,around infrastructure- , and Americans safe. t7 .OWa CA3e call manages the notification system ;; aitows homeowners, contractors and anyone planning to dig within Iowa to arrange free iocating services any- where across the state. Residents should call 811 and talk to a representative or go oniine at iowaonecall.com to submit a ticket and schedule the free service. Locat- ing professionals will mark the area within 48 hours, not including Saturdays, Sundays or legal holidays. Once utility lines are located and marked, digging can begin. Last year, 418,838 incoming requests were made for underground facility locating services in Iowa. Of those requests, only 13 percent were from homeowners, a number that the Iowa One Call campaign wants to see grow. For more information about how you can dig safe, visit the Iowa One Call website.