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]ll  ilm. I I !] ilaniuma i i .]fll INiII,LtMNNIHI ItallDlmIHNB I Thursday, April 22, 2010 N/Warren Town and County News Page Seven DONATE YOUR GENTLY USED HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Each year, othousands of domestic violence victims across the state flee their homes and must start over. Often, these individuals have little more than the clothes on their back. Children & Families of Iowa has teamed up with the FreeStore, a nonprofit organization that provides gen- tly used household items to domestic violence victims, to provide basic necessities to clients free of charge. The Fill the Mayflower event comes just in time for spring cleaning. The FreeStore, in partnership with Chil- dren & Families of Iowa, Select Van and Storage--a Mayflower company, Valley West Mall and Iowa Barbeque Society will collect donations. The goal is to fill the Mayflower trailer with household items for vic- tims of domestic violence. This year's event will be held Frida May 14 through Sunday, May 16 in the south- west corner of the Valley West Mall parking lot-corner of Westown Parkway and Valley West Drive. Donations of now or gently used household items will be accepted, such as furniture, kitchen items, bed linens and small appliances. All of the items will be delivered to the FreeStore and distributed to victims of domestic violence, free of charge, as they set up their new homes. In addition, monetary donations are always welcome. Drop off your donations and know you will be help, ing a family start a new, better chapter in their lives. Stick around for lunch, provided by the Iowa Barbeque Society, Saturda from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., with a $5 sug- gested donation. The FreeStore was able to provide household goods to over 650 victims of domestic violence and their fami- lies last year. For more information or a complete list of items needed, visit www.thefreestore.org or call 515-223- 8329. S TA N D R IE G R O U P LEADERS IN COMMUNICATION SOLUTIONS, N. NEWTON STANDRIDGE (515) 22%5310 WWW. STANDRIDGEGRouP.COM 1304 Skylane Drive, Norwalk, IA 50211 PRINTING AND PROMOTION providing solutions for print, design and specialties CRIME VICTIMS" RIGHTS WEEK Bryan Tingle, Warren County Attorne stated that "when I was elected to the position of Warren County Attorney almost four years ago, I was not aware of the opportunity I would have to be involved with the citi- zens I serve who are victims of crime. My staff and I recognize the struggles victims of crime face. in their daily activities and realize our duty to hold people ac- countable for their actions may not always seem to be the right decision." April 18 through April 24 is National Crime Victims' Rights Week. Tingle said, "My staff and I would like to pay tribute to those who have allowed us to become involved in their lives, acknowledge the relationships we have built and recognize the large population whom we have never met. My office is committed to carrying out the slogan of National Crime Victims' Rights Week; Fairness, Dignity, Respect. We believe victims of crime should be treated with fairness, dignity and respect, given the opportunity to be involved with the criminal justice process and not be treated as an afterthought. Year after year, I have seen victims of crimes interact with my office through the criminal justice process; some have stayed in contact, while others have not been for- gotten." Tingle asked that we all 'take time during this week to remember those who have been affected by others' actions and simply be the one to'ask, to listen, or to be- lieve in someone whom you feel has been victimized.' Mentor Iowa To Honor Judge Fultz Sunda Airil 25, Men- tor Iowa will host the sev- enth annual Tidrick Hon- ors Program at the Salisbury House, 4025 Tonawanda Dr., Des Moines, from 2 - 5 p.m. In addition to the award pre- sentations, there will be a silent and live auction held at the conclusion of an af- ternoon reception, which features complimentary hors d'oeuvres and bever- ages. Named after the program's founder, Judge Don L. Tidrick, the Men- tor Iowa Honors Award is presented to an individual P00laB00 Obeorvoe [ARTI-! DAY[ Pictured are students from the PreKindergarten class at ADVI::00TtlR[_.00 .00erlooL OF DI.00eOV[RY. These eight students are among a group of five-year-olds getting ready for Kindergarten. The afternoon prep-class is geared with the five-year-old's development in mind. Multi-age morning classes that promote exploration and discovery are offered for 3- to 5-year-olds at the rurally located preschool. Three action-packed Summer Adventure Camps are also available and are designed to get kids directly interacting with nature. June 8-11 July 6-9 August 10-13 OPEN HOIdSE New Students Open House for 3-5-year-olds is scheduled for Monday, April 26, from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. REGISTER NOW AT 981-9135 Ask for Carla or Nancy or service group who has made an impact within the Mentor Iowa program and displays a true passion for helping youth involved in the court system. This year, the Tidrick Honors Award will be pre- sented to Warren County resident, Judge Karla Fultz. Judge Fultz retired from the bench in 2009. During her time as a Juve- nile Court Judge, she re- ferred many youth to Mentor Iowa who needed a positive role model in their life. Her passion for helping the youth in her courtroom was seen every time she referred a youth to Mentor Iowa. Chief Ju- venile Court Officer, Marilyn Lantz, will be pre- senting the award. The Mentor of the Year Award will go to a mentor who has been with the pro- gram since 1994, Janelle Hall. She has been selected for her many years of dedi- cation to the program and the four mentees who have benefited from her com- mitment. Jamie, will be the presenter of her award. Laura Greiner Greiners Are New Owners Of The Daily Grind Coffee Shop By Sally Huntoon Laura and Bryan Greiner are the new owners of The Daily Grind, 810 North Ave. The couple took over the coffee shop the first of April. Laura has been working with former owner, Katie Warfield, to familiarize herself with the operation and with the customers. She is excited about the new busi- ness venture and is anxious to continue serving area residents with their daily "coffee" needs, which include the popular Turtle and Nutty Warrior. As summer ap- proaches, Laura will add hot-weather drinks like rootbeer floats, shakes and lemonade. In addition to the various selections of coffee, Greiner says she will continue to offer fresh-baked goodies. Baked dail there is always a selection of scones, such as btueberr34 chocolate and fruit, asweli as breads and bars such as muffins, chocolate chip cheesecake, pump- kin, brownies and cookies. Milk and juices are also avail- able for the younger set of customers. The Daily Grind has been preparing large coffee orders and delivering them to the schools and the bank. Laura advises they will continue this service. Saturday night events will continue to be held, usu- ally the first Saturday of the month. Dan Trilk will have mic night and other performers will be added from time to time. Laura also wants to add some activities for the youngsters, such as poetry night, game night and story time. The Greiner family moved to Norwalk from Nashua two and a half years ago when Bryan became the man- ager of the new Fareway Store. Laura has been doing daycare/preschool for the past seven years. Since Bryan is so busy with the grocery store, he will mostly assist Laura in the bookkeeping and business end of the cof- fee shop. The couple have three children, Emma Sue, 7, who will be in second grade this fall Halley, 5, who will be in kindergarten, and Boden, 3. Customers may see the younger members of the family at the coffee shop every once in a while. The Greiners invite everyone to stop in and get ac- quainted with them and their seven employees. They also appreciate the support they have been receiving from the long-time regular customers. The Daily Grind is open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Frida3 6:30 a,m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday. Hours may be longer on Saturday event nights. Provost Guard STEAK FRY May 5, 2010 Za-Ga-Zig Shrine Temple 1100 Shriner's Parkway Altoona, Iowa Serving 5:00 to 7:00 p. m. Advance Tickets $10 PUBLIC WELCOME At the Door $12 Proceeds benefit the Za-Ga-Zig Provost Guard and are not tax deductible