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Page Four N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, April 22, 2010 Harry "Trey" Hill Friday, March 5, Harry "Trey" Hill, a student at Mount Pleasant Commu- nity High School, audi- tioned and was named one of 37 singers/dancers for the annual Celebration Iowa Tour, a traveling show sponsored by Luther College in Decorah. The show has performed for more than two million people over the past 25 years. He is the son of 1986 Norwalk High School graduate, Brian Hill and the grandson of long-time Norwalk resident, Donna Hill-Snipes. I NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES I Members of the group consist of high school jun- iors and seniors, who are chosen from across the state of Iowa. The tour group will depart from Decorah Friday, June 25, and return Sunday, Aug. 8. They will have approxi- mately 30 performances with the closest one for area residents to be held Tuesday, July 13, in Windsor Heights. For more information, go to www.luther.edu/ celebrationiowa/cast. To help sponsor Hill and make a tax-deductible donation, make check pay- able to Celebration Iowa and mail to Harry Hill, c/o Brian Hill 141 Pentire Cr., Iowa City, IA 52245. the dining area of building #7. The concert is free and open to the public• After this semester, Aaron Powell will take over as DMACC Ankeny Campus Choral Conduc- tor. Jim Loos, who is in his thirteenth year as the con- ductor, will remain with DMACC as Music Pro- gram Chair and Professor, with the expectation of developing choral oppor- tunities that meet in the evening, starting with a jazz choral ensemble• Because this is France Year at DMACC, the Chamber Ensemble will open the Spring Concert 2010 by singing three songs with French text. The Potpourri section of .................................. the concert will contain Des Moines Area Com- munity College (DMACC) Ankeny Campus student Stephanie Kluesner, of Norwalk, will perform in the DMACC Spring Con- cert 2010 Saturday, May 1, at 7:30 p.m. in the building #6 auditorium on the Ankeny Campus. Follow- ing the concert, a reception for audience and concert participants will be held in performances that the stu- dents prepare themselves and the volunteer en- semble, Ambassadors. The Concert Choir's set of songs includes a chorus from an operetta by Jacque Offenbach, who adopted France as his native coun- try, a setting of six witty sayings by Benjamin Franklin and an African folk song. JAMES 81EHN Fri., April 23rd. 8-12 pm GRAND OPENING Of OUR NEW. OFFICE ! Open House Thursday April 29 th Lunch served from 11-1:00 Ribbon cutting 12:30 Refreshments from 1-7 Stop by during our open house and sign up to qualify for one of several Door • Prizes... RFIAA00° [ American Dream Reatty 1220 Sunset Dr Norwalk, IA Office: 981-0022 Cell: 490-9002 Everyone WelcomeJ Looking to sell your home and wont results, give us o coil today! Debbie & John Marmon Broker/Owner/Realtors  l    M l  Each office independently owned and operated } Birth Blake and Mindy (Sylvester) Franzeen, Johnston, are the parents of a son, Cameron Nile, born Friday, Feb. 5, at Iowa Methodist Medical Center in Des Moines. Cameron weighed 6 lbs. and was 19 in. long. Grandparents are Nick and Gayla McDonald, Urbandale, Chris and Becky Sylvester, Harvard, IL and Sid and Cindy Franzeen, Bayard. Great-grandparents are Loren and Beverly Sylvester, Hedrick, and Curtis and Rebecca Franzeen and Buzz and Colleen Kinnick, all of Bayard. Deadline for ads, I legals and stories I is Noon Friday! Call 911 for emergencies! SHERIFF'S REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Kirk Bedwell, Norwalk, reported the theft of a ve- hicle from the 7800 block of Coolidge; $1000 loss. Bevington Kum & Go reported shoplifting of beer; $7.18 loss. David Donato, Prole, reported mailbox vandal- ism; $25 damage• Charlene Rich, Des Moines, reported her 13- year-old son's $85 tennis shoes were stolen from Skate South. aar12 Benjamin Luna, Indianola, reported at- tempted burglary at a barn when unknown person or persons tried to steal a ve- hicle; they were not suc- cessful and nothing was taken. OPEN HOUSE SUnl, April 25, 1-4 p.m. 601 Orchard Hills Dr. #7002, $133,000 IMMACULATE TOWNHOME Large 3 BR with lots of upgrades, 2-car garage, faces country view and green space. DEBBY KEUL, Realtor 238-5205 MID-AMERICA GROUF. 2701 Cumming Ave. • 981-1075 Spring Fling Week April 24 to May 2 SPECIALS • $95 River Birch 12 - 14 inches • $149 Red Maple 2 inches • 2g Knockout Roses $15 • 2G Boxwoods $15 • All Daylilies, Black-eyed Susan and Pixie Coneflowers $9.99 • 20% Off Rustic Patio Furniture • 20% Off All Pottery Concrete and Fiberglass • 20% Off Fountains I May I "Container Gardening "Contain Your Enthusiasm" ! • Check our huge selection of pottery • Custom Hanging Baskets $29.99 • 12 in. Hanging Baskets $24.99 • Veggies 4.5 in. $2.19 • Annuals 4 in. $4.99; Flats $24.99 • Take one of our Classes for $25: x/Patio Produce x/Fireworks & Purple Haze www.tedsgardens.com Pioneer Baseball Registration Pioneer Baseball League, a baseball/softball program for children ages 8 to 21 with physical or mental disabilities that prevent them from playing in regular Little League baseball or softball pro- grams, will hold registra- tion Monday, April 26, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Park Avenue Presbyterian Church, 3120 SW 9th St., Des Moines. There is no registration fee. The league, started in 1978, serves youngsters in the Des Moines metropoli- tan area, including Norwalk, Prole and Indianola. Games are played at the Des Moines Softball-Base- ball Complex on SE 22nd Street, just south of the in- tersection of SE Hartford and SE 22nd in Des Moines. Games are from three to five innings in length and are played be- tween the end of June and the first week of August. Most, not all, are played Saturday mornings and Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Everyone plays in every game they attend. Regular baseball rules are followed with adaptations to fit the needs of the play- ers. Volunteers for umpires, coaches and field help are needed. For more informa- tion, or to volunteer, con- tact Director Jim Sanders at 208-5397• Since there are no reg- istration fees, costs to run the program are covered through donations from service clubs, organiza- tions, businesses and indi- viduals. Did You Know?[ (NAPS)--The Military Order of the Purple Heart aVIOPH) hohrsp Program provides financial assistance for college e through a competitive[ selection process. To learn more, visit www.purpleheart.org. Karo Syrup and Argo Corn Starch offer two new delicious, healthful recipes that don't require self-denial. For more information and recipes, visit www.karosyrup.com and www.argostarch.com. $$* You may be eligible ifor sav- ings on medicines or even flee medicines. 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