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Thursday, April 18, 2013 N/Warren Town and County News Page Five 5921 SE 14th Street, Suite 1800 Des Moines, Iowa ~ 515-287-1500 Tuesday-Friday ~ 9am to 8pm Saturday ~ 9am to 5pm Sunday llam to 5pm Walk-ins Welcome "Grand" new place, same classic taste/ Now at 2025 Grand Ave West Des Boines ;2,54842 - Friday 11 a.m. - close Saturday, 4 p.m.- *Tuesday & Wednesday Dinner Buffet *Wednesday Lunch Buffet 11 a.rn. - 1:30 p,m New items available on lunch menu/ CAPITAL CITY EQUIPMENT CO. 5461 NW 2nd Street, Des Moines 515-243-3353 * 888-582-6827 www.CapitalCityEquipmentCompany.com NORWALK GRAD RECEIVES AMERICAN RED CROSS HONOR Norwalk High School graduate, Don Bishop was recognized as an American Red Cross Everyday Hero in Springfield, MO. Nearly 500 people gathered at the annual event in Springfield to honor 12 individuals who have done extraordi- nary things and exempli- fied exceptional acts of kindness. Now a resident of Branson, Missouri, Major Don Bishop (retired U.S. Army) has lead a life of ser- vice and honor not only to his country but also to those who he has the opportunity to impact the most - fami- lies with children dealing with cancer. Don was just 34 years old when he. started his own long jour- ney with this terrible dis- ease. He is a two-time can- cer survivor, and as a result of the effects of chemo- SUNDOWN EQUIPMENT Hwy 92, Bevington 866-962-3800 www.SundownEquipment.com I<~j bO ~ *Price quoted is based on a new ZG124E-48. Price based on models in current dealership inventory and does not ~ include set up, delivery or local taxes where applicable. Some exceptions apply. Offer expires 05-31-2013. See : dealership for details and low rate finance options. Mary Cain with her daugh- ters. Elise and Don Bishop were recognized at the Ameri- can Red Cross, Southern Missouri Region's Everyday Heroes luncheon March 27. Don is President and Elise is Vice President of Major Don's Army, a non-profit organization that supports families with children who are fighting cancer. Photo submitted. therapy and radiation treatment, his left leg was amputated shortly after his retirement in 2002. "Major Don" Bishop-- along with his wife and co- founder, Elise, have made it their passion to help kids and their families get away from the medical environ- ment with their families to have some fun in the Ozarks. Each family chooses the activities they want to do while on vaca- tion at Table Rock Lake. For four consecutive days (four days and three nights), the families may choose to be guests of Ma- jor Don's Army and have the opportunity to be away from the doctors and hos- pitals and have fun to- gether as a family with no cost to them. In addition, Don meets each and every family and ensures that their vacation is perfect. Don and Elise started their humanitarian jour- ney by establishing the University of Table Rock Lake Foundation in 2003 and in 2012 changed the foundation's name to Ma- jor Dons Army where they continue to "fight cancer with fun." Don graduated from Norwalk High School in 1978 with 12 varsity letters (football, basketball, golf and baseball). Upon graduation, Don left for Field Artillery Basic Train- ing/Advanced Individual Training. He attended Sam Houston S(ate University where he was then com- missioned as a Second Lieutenant under the Early Commissioning Program in 1981. After college graduation, Don went di- rectly into military service in 1983 and officially re- tired from the Army in 2002. Mary Cain To Observe 70th Birthday Norwalk resident Mary Cain will celebrate her 70th birthday Thursday, April 18. Her daughters and their families, Kelly, Mark, Kris and Larry ap- predate her giving heart, inspirational faith and un- dying hope in all of them. Grandchildren are Josh, Jeremy, Aryn, Jordyn, Ky, Maegen, Kevin, Erik, Bran- don, Lauren and Jessica. Great-grandchildren are Noah, Lily Kerdnedy a2nd Ella. They all agree that Mary's special day re- minds them that God has blessed the family with a morn, grandma and great- grandma who has given it her all. The craz~ fun fam- ily times are cherished memories that will last a lifetime. Deadline for ads, I legals and stories is Noon Friday! Call 911 for emergencies! A~dlab4e! Our Services Include: e Tires (Sales & Repair) e Car, Truck, lawn, Commnmrclal & RV 4. IJtll~/Oil Rltor e ShOCkS/StXUtS e Exhaust e Alignment e Bectrlcal & OlalcnesUc Work - Flushes o A/C Checks & Repairs e/Uid Milch, Much MOREl (Ikrm UCm s) Purchase your Bedwell Gardens Giftcards HERE! www.norv~Iktirocenter.com 1010 Surmet Dr 14wy. 28 Norwalk, 50211 Mon-- Fri (7:3Oe~pnn) Sat. (7:3Oam-lpm) (515) 98.1.-4522 ak. if