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Thursday, April 24, 2014 . / N/Warren Town and County News - 71 Page Five Saturday, April 12, Michael Atkinson was rec- ognized for earning the rank of Eagle Scout. He is the son of Lori Atkinson and Donald Atkinson and is a member of the Nor- walk Boy Scout Troop 30. A number of Atkinson's family and friends attend- ed his Eagle Scout Court of Honor and reception at Norwalk United Method- ist Church. Atkinson earned his Eagle Scout rank Decem- ber 11, 2013. Several Boy Scouts, Eagle Scouts and Scout Leaders from Troop 30 participated in the cer- emony honoring .Atkin- Michael Atkinson son. Among those partic- ipating were Eagle Scouts Salem Hildebrandt, Matt Taylor, Jonah Hildebrandt and Michael Schultze. Other scouts including B2B Salon 5921 SE 14th Street, Suite 1800 Des Moines, Iowa ~ 515-287-1500 Tuesday-Friday - 9am to 7pm Saturday - 9am to 5pm Sunday ~ 11am to 5pm Walk-ins Welcome JrEMC. hsm'am Compmi+ COMMIITED TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND OUR COMMUNITY. Home Office: Des Moine,, tA Ca[,. wcw,emomurance .corn  lllhv" _ Michael Atkinson Earns Rank of Eagle Scout Seth Hanson, Tyler White- head, Brayden Clark Xavi- er Halblom and Spencer Halblom formed the Color Guard in the Presentation of Colors. Greg Jones, Scoutmaster, gave the Eagle Scout Charge and present- ed the Eagle Scout Award and Pins. Pastor Kiboko led the prayers. Jon Niemeyer, Atkinson's former Cub Scout Leader, read the Qualifications for Eagle. Ben Kern, Committee Member, led the Lighting of the Eagle Trail and Rory Taylor, Troop Cemetery Association provided a de- scription of Atkinson's Ea- gle project. Atkinson's Eagle Oath was administered by Scout- master Greg Jones. The Ea- gle Oath is a pledge to live the life of honor, courage and loyalty to ideals no matter how difficult it may become. An Eagle Scout is to embrace his share of the world's work, be a leader for others and be dedicat- ed to service for others. As he took the Eagle Oath, oth- er Eagle Scouts attending renewed their Oath as well. Atkinson was presented with the National Eagle Scout Association member- ship pin and a United States flag which was flown over the U.S. Capital on the day he earned his Eagle. Atkinson selected Ben Kern, former Scoutmaster and current Troop Commit- tee Member, to receive his Eagle Scout Mentor Pin for the years of encouragement and inspiration in scouting. Before being considered an Eagle candidate, Atkin- son was required to work OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Notice of Sheriff's Levy and Sale WARREN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE PO BOX 337, INDIANOLA, IA 50125 (515) 961-1122 mlmlmlllmlml....Illll.....mill..mNlm, l... mllmlmll..iMlll.l.llllllmllmllmlllll ..... illlmlmm. IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR WARREN COUNTY STATE OF IOWA ) Docket No. (Sale No.) 14-0995(1) ) S S Court No. EQCV034447 WARREN COUNTY ) NOTICE OF LEVY PLAINTIFF: BANK OF AMERICA, NA VS. DEFENDANT: ALL OF THE UNKNOWN CLAIMANTS, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ALL OF THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, SPOUSES, ASSIGNEES, GRANTEES, LEGATEES, DEVISEES AND BENEFICIARIES DEFENDANT: FRAHM, DARLENE M DEFENDANT: FRAHM, GILBERT d DEFENDANT: CONSUMER PORTFOLIO SERVICES DEFENDANT! FRAHM, DALE DEFENDANT: FRAHM, DALE SPOUSE OF DEFENDANT: STATE OF IOWA DEFENDANT: IOWA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE As a result of the judgment rendered in the above referenced court case, an execution was issued by the court to the Shedff of this county. The execution ordered the sale of defendant(s) rights, title, and interest in Real Estate Propen'y to satisfy the judgment. The property to be sold is: LOTS 20 AND 21 IN BLOCK 3, TAYLOR'S SUBDIVISION OF OUTLOTS 2 AND 3, NEW VIRGINIA, WARREN COUNTY, IOWA Street Address: 604 WEST STREET, NEW VIRGINIA, IOWA 50210 The described property will be offered for sale at public auction for cash only as follows: Date of Sale Time of Sale Place of Sale 05/15/2014 10:00 AM Warren County Courthouse East Doors X This sale not subject to redemption, r Properly exemption: Certain money or property may be exempt. Contact your attorney promptly to review specific provisions of the law and file appropriate notice, if applicable. dudoment Amt Costs Accruing Costs Interest Attorney $77,985.35 $285.00 PLUS 5.5% of $77,085.35 BENJAMIN HOPKINS from 12/06/2013 = (515) 222-9400 $1,858.50 Date Sheriff 04/08/2014 Bdan S. Vos his way through six ranks and earn a minimum of 21 merit badges. He earned 22 merit badges as follows: First Aid, Dentistry, Swim- ming, Personal Fitness, Fishing, Family Life, Camping, Genealogy, Cit- izenship in the World, Cit- izenship in the Nation, Cooking, Communica- tions, Emergency Pre- paredness, Archery, Per- sonal Management, Envi- ronmental Science, Collec- tions, Citizenship in the Community, Tracking, Carpentry, Pathfinding and Aviation. Each of the required merit badges help the Scout become a well-rounded, informed and involved member of his family, Scout Troop and community. Each Eagle candidate is also required to plan, de- velop and lead others in an Eagle Scout service project. The project is to be helpful to a religious insti- tution, a school, communi- ty or other worthy organi- zation and must be ap- proved by the Troop's Scoutmaster, Troop Com- mittee and the Scout Council. Atkinson led a group of volunteers in- cluding members of Boy Scout Troop 30, Mike Mey- er, friends and family for his project which consist- ed of landscaping around the Norwalk Cemetery Association's new office. The cemetery association, founded in 1859, moved into the building last spring. The group planted numerous shrubs, flowers, bushes and a flowering tree. Extra funds raised were donated to the asso- ciation for use towards fur- ther enhancements to the building. Only two percent of all Boy Scouts earn the rank of Eagle, a strong testa- ment to its high standards. Among those who have worn the Eagle Scout badge are some of Ameri- ca's finest athletes, scien- fists, astronauts, political, religious and business leaders. TrOop 30 was chartered in March 1979 and is sponsored by Cum- ming American Legion Post #562. Crossroads Church Launches New Preschool In an effort to help meet the ever-increasing demand for early childhood education in the Norwalk area, Crossroads Church has announced the opening of a new preschool on its campus beginning June 2. Crossroads Kids Preschool & Early Learning Center will provide a high quality, developmentally appropri- ate education in a safe atmosphere of Christian love, according to Amysue Hopkey, the center's director. "Children flourish in an environment where learn- ing is tim, the curriculum grows as skills increase and passionate teachers turn each moment into a positive experience," Hopkey said. "Crossroads Kids is such a place." Hopkey says the preschool's faith-based, "develop- mental readiness" approach to learning will provide a wide range of experiences that will help children grow sociall emotionally, intellectually, physically and spiri- tually. "We believe each child has unique talents and inter- ests that should be carefully nurtured," Hopkey said. "Our teachers will spend plenty of quality time under- standing, cultivating and celebrating every child's indi- vidual abilities." Glen Blumer, senior pastor at Crossroads, says the preschool represents the realization of an important outreach milestone for the church. The preschool, certified by the Iowa Department of Human Services, will be open Monday through Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Hopkey says enrollment applications are available now. Interested parents should stop by the church at 2601 Border Street, or call her di- rectly at 287-8581. ABOUT CROSSROADS KIDS: Crossroads Kids Preschool & Early Education Learn- ing Center believes in caring for and educating every child in an atmosphere of Christian love. We are com- mitted to building your Child's school-readiness knowl- edge and self-confidence through offering a safe, nur- turing, developmentally appropriate environment that focuses on the whole child by addressing the following areas of development -- social, emotional, physical, in- tellec.tual and spiritual, www.CrossroadsKids Preschool.com.