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Page Fourteen I/Warren Town and County News Thursday, April 12, 2012 "1 announcements Garage sales will not be accepted by email. They must be paid for when the ad is placed. Deadline for classified ad and payment is noon Fridays. CLASSIFIEDS ALL classified advertising is 20 cents a word with a $3.50 minimum AND payable in advance of publication. Bring your ad to the office and pay for the ad at that tinae. W'e reserve the right to accept or refuse any or all advertising. Publisher reserves the right to cancel any advertisement at any time. "Happy Ads" and "Thank Yous" are $2. DEADLINE IS NOON ON FRIDAY! Small engine repair, pickup and delivery available. Prompt reasonable ser- vice. We have used lawn mowers. Local honey for sale. 515-975-4348. Jim Dixon .................................. - .................................. Norwalk Food Pantry, lo- cated at New Life Lutheran Church, 4380 Wakonda Dr., is open every Wednes- day from 5 to 7 p.m. for lo- cal residents. employment Part-time Position The Norwalk Athletic Booster Club is seeking a Concession Manager. Po- sition involves oversight of Norwalk School's athletic events concessions. Ir- regular hours, including evenings and some week- ends are required. Will be responsible for maintaining concession inventory with food distributors, oversee the opening and closing of the stand, restocking prod- uct before and after each event and working with dis- tributors on maintenance or new equipment needs. Interested parties should email Tim Stephany at btstephany@q.com to re- quest an application. for sale Tailgate, 95 Ford F250 XLT, Black w/Chrome, very good condition, $75, OBO. 981-0013. .................................. for rent One and two bedroom apartments; garages avail- able; pet and smoke free. $575-$600. Call 490-9691. 903 South Ave. 3 BR, $850, available 4-1-12. 1329 Sunset, 1st floor, of- fices; $725/mo. Call Larry 681-6310. ................................. ;. In Norwalk, 2 BR brick 4- plex, heat, water, sewer, garbage paid, hardwood floors. Call 221-9300 or 453-6109. .................................. services Garden tilling and lawn mowing services. Reason- able rates. Call Rod at 515- 210-5133 anytime. "_ ................................. Garden tilling, large or small. Call 240-8816 or 981-5375. ................................... Garden tilling with Troy-Bilt; handyman work by a re- tired carpenter. Honest, reasonable and reliable. 981-0133. Interior and exterior car detailing available in the Norwalk area for all types of vehicles. Reasonable rates and flexible schedul- ing. Call 515-557-0846. Rocky Burgett's Tree Service Tree Trimming, Removal & Stump Grinding, Free Es- timates-Fully Insured, 30+ yrs experience. Phone 515-265-2248, Cell 515- 202-0182. Ken's Tree Care Family owned for over 15 years. We can take care of all your tree, bush and hedge needs. Fully in- sured. Free estimates. For discounts and promotions, visit kenstreecaredsm. com. 515-249-4434. Local roofing contractor, Action Roofing and Dry- wall, Inc. Owens Corning Preferred Contractor. A+ standing w/BBB. 515-202- 2173. Stonefield Home Services Wade Smith, 515-490- 1946, electrical, plumbing, repair. ................................... Green Cleaning Solutions Call us for residential and commercial carpet, uphol- stery, wood floors and tile cleaning. Morry Shaul, 515-494-9663: www.green cleaniowa.com. ................................... Clean Cut Tree Service Removals, trimming, stump grinding, brush cleanup, fully equipped and insured. Free consul- tations, 981-0511. .................................. Spring Fireplace Chimney Servicing Annual servicing of your chimney system keeps your family safe and your home in good repair. We offer inspections, clean- ing, repairs product sales, relining, tuck-pointing and more. Call Climbing Boys Chimney Cleaning Tim Mineart 981-9077 Patava Concrete Taking orders for tearouts, patios, replacement, new construction, driveways, garage slabs. FREE ESTI- MATES. Call Matt Palen, 210-1284 or Tim Patava, 210-1285. Rapid Rolloff Dumpsters To rent, 20-yard. "We de- liver to you." 515-370-2590 (Long Distance). .................................. garage sale 1326 E. 17th St.,Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 12, 13 and 14. Amazing garage sale. Lots of girls clothing, books, knick- knacks, toys, furniture and misc. Bargain prices. Parenting 101 Sleeoover Suggestions--Helping Your Child Feel More Comfortable (NAPS)--While some kids beg their parents to attend sleepover after sleepover, many are appmbensive about spend- ing the night away from home, especially those who may have bedtime issues, ffyour child is afraid of the dark, occa- sionally wets the bed or is just nervous about sleeping some- where new, sleepovers can often be a source of anxiety and pressure for him or her. As a parent, you can help them feel more comfortable and at ease with these sleep- over suggestions from the GoodNites NiteLite TM Panel. For more sleepover tips and compassionate support for your child's bedtime issues, visit www.Go(xites.com. To Grandmother's House They Go Dawn Meehan, mother of six and author of Because I Said So.., recommends doing a sleepo!er "test run" some- where tey're already com- fortable withlike Grandma's house. "If your child is appre, hensive about sleeping over at a friend's house, you might want to set up a sleepover at Grandma's or another close relative's house," Meehan sakL "This can be a great way to help your child gain confi- dence." To ensure the practice sleepover goes smoothly, make sure Grandma knows about their bedtime concerns in advance. Host the Sleepover at Your House Often, kids struggle with sleepovers because they fear embarrassment if their friends learn about their nighttime issues. "Social acceptance plays a major role in devel- oping and maintaining self- esteem," said Dr. Jennifer Trach-tonberg, pediatrician bnd mother of three. If your child is concerned about stay- ing at a friend's house, have the first sleepover at your house and limit it to just one Help your child feel more comfortable attending sleepovers. friend so he or she is not over- whelmed. Having the sloop- over at your house creates a safe zone where your child can enjoy the fun experience, increasing willingness to ven- ture to a friend's house in the future. Plus, they can be more discreet about using a night light or putting on GoodNites Underwear for comfort and protection if they wet the bed. Keep Sleepover Conversations Casual Constantly talking about sleepovers or bedtime issues may increase their fears. Don't push your children to attend or host sleepovers if they're not ready--the last thing you want them to f_l is pressured. Instead, casually bring it up in conversation, like "This would be a fun game to play with your friends at a sleep- over," so they can warm up to the idea. Share Your Sleepover Stories Sometimes, kids find com- fort in knowing they're not alone. Share your experiences with your children about the fun sleepovers you attended as a kid and give them a chance to ask questions or express their anxiety. "Remember, effective com- munication is a two-way street so listen closely to what your children toll you and val- idate their concerns and feel- ings," said Dr. Trachtenberg. They'll enjoy hear your sto- ries and may be more inter- ested in attending the next sleepover if they know you had good experiences. "COME ENJOY THE GOOD LIFE" Now Accepting Applications Good Life Retirement Center 1 Bedoom Apartments, Newly Remodeled, Pa-Iike Setting, Community Center, 24-7 Maintenance, Rental Assistance Available, Must be 62 Years or Older, Handicap/Disabled Any Age 515-981-4424 www.NationaI-Management.com ]( This institulion is an Equal 0pportunity 1 Pmk and Empire. , Get Creative With French Toast (NAPS)--The oiSgins of French toast are unclear, but a first century Roman cook- book contains one of the ear- liest known references to bread soaked in eggs and then fried. Whatever its origin, how- ever, French toast is now a familiar and comforting break- fast food with endless varia- tions. Traditionalists may begin with a loaf of stale Italian or French bread, but other breads can be usod, such as challah or raisin bread. Raisin bread makes an especially tasty version of French toast. The recipe developers at Sun-Maid Growers suggest stuffing sliced bananas between two pieces ofbattored raisin bread and then frying up a deli- cionsly fruity French toast. Looking for a cholesterol- free French toast? Here is a recipe with raisin bread and a cereal coating that adds a delightful crunch as well as whole-grain goodness. For more ways to start your day with a healthy breakfast, check out the recipe section on www.SunMaid.com. Crunchy Raisin Bread French Toast 8/4 cup egg substitute or 3 eggs 1/8 cup skim milk 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 tablespoons powdered sugar % teaspoon ground nutmeg 2 cups whole-grain wheat and barley cereal or coarsely Crunchy Raisin Bread French Toast has a cereal coating that adds whole-grain goodness. crushed bran flakes 8. slices Sun-Maid Raisin Bread Powdered sugar for topping, optional Mix egg subtut milk, vanilla, powdered sugar and nutmeg in pie plate. Place cereal in another pie plate. Spray 12-inch nonstick skillet generously with cooking spray. Heat over medium heat. Dip both sides of 4 slices of raisin bread in egg mix- ture, then in cereal Cook 2 to 3 minutes or until golden brown, turning once. Repeat with remain- ingb egg and cereal, spraying skillet each time. ? Serve topped with pow- dered sugar, if desired. Makes 4 servings. Nutrients per serving'! Calories 390; Protein 16g; Fat 3.3g (Sat. Fat 0.6g); Carbo- hydrate SOg ; Dietary Fiber & 3g ; Cholesterol Omg; Sodium 608mg Delightful Food Ideas Quick Meals  B--sy D"aays (NAPS)--During the week when time is short, it's a good idea to have a few recipes on hand that will put a nutri- tious and tasty meal on the table in less than half an hour.. Simple ingredients cooked up with readily available basics, such as garlic and rice, could help save time. For instance, this recipe makes a complete meal and begins with the convenience of chicken . Lemon, gar- hc and smoky cumin are the basic flavors for a quick saute. The addition of carm cooked in the same pan along with the chicken and seasonings brings the flavors through. Served over rice spiked with natural raisins, this is a sat- isfying meal that also deliv- ers excellent nutrition. For more quick and nutri- tious meals, visit www.Sun Maid.com. Lemon Garlic Chicken Lemon Garlic Chicken can be a quick, nutritious family favorite. fresh parsley or cilantro Heat oil in a heavy fry- ing pan over medium heat; add garlic and cumin and saut& until aromatic, about 2 minutes. Add chicken breasts and sautd about 2 min- utes, turning chicken over to brown on all side Add lemon juice and bring mixture to simmer. 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 cloves garlie, minced 2 teaspoons ground cumin 4 skinless, boneless chicken breasts cup fresh lemon juice teaspoon freshly grated lemon zest 2 cups sliced carrots Salt and freshly ground popper 3 cups hot, cooked brown rice cup Sun-Muid Natural Raisins 2 tablespoons chopped Cover and simmer 20 to 30 minutes until chicken is funy cocked, temon zest and carrots after 10 minute& Season with salt and pepper to taste. Combine cooked rice, raisins and parsley. Serve clfickcu over- riee. Serves 4. Nutrients per Serving: Calories 583; Protein 60g; Fat ll.3g (Sat. Fat 2g); Carbo- hydrate 57g; Dietary Fiber 6.3g; Cholesterol 137mg; Sodium 212mg Mushrooms that have a bad taste or are poisonous are often called toadstools.