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J Thursday, April 24, 2014 N/Warren Town and County News Page Eleven Boys Track Qualifies for Drake Relays Congratulations to Cory Harding on his qualifica- tion into the Drake Relays in the 100 meter dash. His 11.13 is the 16th fastest time in all classes. Harding is the first boy to qualify in for the 100 from Norwalk. The 100 meter is Friday morning at 8:45 a.m. Congratulations to the 4x100 team of Collin Schiltz, Will Fraser, Caleb Klocko and Harding on their accep- tance into the Drake Relays. Their 44.57 is the 24th fast- est in all classes, the fastest qualifying time in the last eight years. The 4x100 is Friday evening at 6:10 p.m. Junior and Junior Varsity Results The Warriors only attended one meet last week as the coed meet scheduled for Norwalk Monday was can- celled due to cold and crappy weather. They attended an ll-team invitational at Waukee Thursday. As a team, Norwalk scored 44 points which was good for 7th place at the meet. Place winners are as follows: 1st place Cory Harding- 100 meter dash 11.13-season's best time 3rd Place 4x100 Team-Collin Schiltz, Will Fraser, Caleb Klocko, Cory Harding-44.57-season's best 4th Place 110 Shuttle Hurdle-Klocko, A.J. Tabatabai, Caleb Rees, Schiltz; Klocko-ll0 High Hurdles-15.21-season's best 5th Place Salem Hildebrandt- 3200 Meter Run- 10:40.02- season's best; Schiltz-110 High Hurdles-15.61-season's best; Klocko-400 Low Hurdles-59.70 7th Place Nick Robson-400 Meter Dash-55.17-season's best; Harding-200 Meter Dash-24.51; 4x400 Team of-Fraser, Robson, Hildebrandt, Schlitz-3:44.16 Also, the team of Tabatabai, Tyler Schamel, Nick Brooner and Ben Armstrong broke the Sophomore class record in the 1600 Medley Relay in a time of 4:10. 95. Easy, Enjoyable Meatball Meal (NAPS)--For the family looking for a hectic-free din- ner, meatballs may be the ideal solution. With school in session and busy activi- ties scheduled, dinuertime doesn't have to be a major production. Hearty and deli- cious meatballs make stress- free meals easy and delicious. Frozen meatballs are a fill- ing and flavorful answer to the question "What's for din- ner?" Many of these meaty morsels are found packaged in the grocery store fully cooked, ensuring fast prepa- ration and a perfectly rounded-out mid-week meal. Great brands, such as Casa Di Bertacchi Meatballs, are made with high-quality beef combined with whole- some ingredients and sea- sonings for an authentic Italian flavor. The meatballs are seared and steamed in the traditional way, ready to be stirred into any delicious dish and put on your table for everyone to enjoy. They can be tossed into pasta, served on top of salads, baked into pizza or eaten on their own as a quick snack. Meatballs are a versatile family favorite that can please the crowd. Perhaps the best part is that they can be prepared in more than just the oven. Meatballs can be warmed n a slow cooker or microwave, too. Casa Di Bertacchi, avail- able at Sam's Club nation- wide, makes it easy for fam- ilies to feast on the bounty of flavor. Try Easy Meatball Pizza for a new twist on a classic family favorite. Meatball pizza is a family pleaser. Easy Meatball Pizza 13 ( |b) frozen Casa Di Bertacchi fully cooked meatballs 1 (12-inch) premade pizza crust 1 jar (14 oz.) pizza sauce 1 cups shredded mozzarella or cheddar cheese 4 teaspoon dried Italian seasoning Preheat oven to 400 F. Lay pizza crust on a pizza pan. Spread I cup pizza sauce over crust. Sprinkle aA cup cheese over sauce. Place meatballs and 2 tea- spoons of water in a micro- wavemfe bowl Microwave frozen meatballs on high for 3 minutes. Drain any excess liquid. Cut each meatball in hal Toss meat- balls with remainlng sauc Spoon meatballs over eheese layer, ensuring that the cut side of meatball is down. Layer remaining cheese over the top of the meatbail Sprinkle Italian seasoning evenly over pizza. Bake for 12-15 min- utes until cheese is melted and sauce is bubbly. For more delicious meat- ball recipes, visit www.casa meatballs.com. PHOTO PRINTING is a full commercial printer. Call us for your flyers, letterhead, envelopes, brochures, magazines, newsletters, books, etc, Free Estimates. Photo Printing, Inc. 210 S. 1st St., Carlisle, IA 50047 515.989.3251 t LEISURE LINE Concluded from p. 3 is under new ownership and offers programs for ages 5 through adults. The classes are separated by rank (begin- ners and advanced) and students meet twice a week. Class meeta Tuesdays and Thursdays at Oviatt gym (6 p.m. start) or Multi-purpose room (7 p.m. start). Times will vary depending on location due to school activities. We also offer our Little Dragon program designed for children ages 5 to 7. Little Dragons meet twice a week. This program is run concurrently with the beginning class. All programs consist of hand and foot techniques, forms, self-defense and lessons and instructions on top- ics such as respect, self-discipline and perseverance. Com- petition is also available for those students who are in- -terested. Competition teaches sportsmanship, gives con- fidence and allows the students to use the skills they have learned in class. Families are strongly encouraged to join and train to- gether. We found that the kids leam better when one or both of their parents/guardians are learning alongside of them in class. Cost per Session: Norwalk residents, Little Dragons/ Twice a Week $46, non-residents $53; Family Tae kwon do (ages 8 and above), 1st Family Member $57.50, 2nd and 3rd Family Members $28.75 each, Maximum Family Fee-S115, non-residents, 1st Family Member $66.25, 2nd and 3rd Family Members $33.25 each, Maximum Family Fee $132.25. **Cost of testing for belts and competition is extra along with an annual $25 association fee** Registration Dates: April.28 through May 9; Session Dates: May 13, 15, 20, 22, 27, 29, June 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26, July 1, 3. (Dates could vary due to school func- tions/concerts). PAINT ON CANVAS: CRAZY ANIMALS Join us for a paint on canvas adventure with Lucinda. Kids, ages K through 6th grade, will leam about basic cartoon drawing of animals and then transfer their cre- ation on to canvas for a fun painting project. Canvas, art supplies and aprons provided. Have your child wear short sleeves or dothes that can get messy. Multi-family discount. Instructor: Lucinda Sperr Art Love Studio; Registration Dates: Through May 2; Program Date: Sat- urday, May 10; Program Time: 10 a.m. to Noon; Cost: Norwalk residents $26, non-residents $29.90; Location: Norwalk Easter Library; Minimum/Maximum: 10/25. OPALS- SENIOR CITIZEN PROGRAMS (Older People with Active Life Styles) SENIOR CITIZEN EXERCISE Everyone age 55 and older is invited to attend a free exercise program that will include stretching and ton- ing. We will meet at the Norwalk Christian Church lo- cated at 701 Main St. This is a continuous program run- ning yearly. Days: Monday and Thursday; Time: 10-10:30 a.m. SENIOR CITIZEN WII BOWLING Do you miss the game of bowling? Not quite as spry as you used to be. We invite you to try the game of Wii bowling. This game mimics actions performed in real life bowling without having to travel to a bowling alle}a Each week teams will be assigned for those who show up and we will have a little competition. This program contin- ues through April. Place: Norwalk Public Safety Build- ing; Time: Thursdays, 1:30-3 p.m. WELL-SEASONED POTLUCK (The meat as well as the people) All are invited, age 55 or older, to attend a potluck dinner to enjoy and socialize with the Parks and Recre- ation staff. Meat, tableware and coffee/beverage ar e pro- vided. Dust off the cookbooks and be creative to bring a side dish and/or dessert to share with everyone. After the meal we will have some form of entertainment from local talent. Let us know your email address and we will send out reminders with what meat we plan to have on that day. Call the office to register two days before the event. Dates: May 2; Time: 11:30 a.h.-1 p.m.; Place: Norwalk Public Safety Building. In-Floor ~ Geothermal Heating "Insured & Certified" (515) 989-0t06 t March 28 Stacy Dahlberg, 34, Martensdale, was arrested for domestic assault with a weapon. March 31 8000 block of Buchanan Trail, harassment investi- gation. 12-year-old female victim from Norwalk. A_l?ril 4 200 block of Hwy 28, clerk at Jiffy Express re- ported theft of gas; $30 loss. April 5 2700 block of Cumming Road, an employee of Youth Emergency Services and Shelter reports a 20 foot tall inflatable duck being stolen from Ted Lare Landscaping; the item was located April 7 at Nor- walk. April 6 8000 block of Ridgev- iew Drive, Michael Craig, 26, Greenfield Plaza, was arrested for harassment. April 7 4000 block of 45th, Lin- da Jensen, Norwalk, re- SHERIFF'S REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. ported identity theft. ACCIDENTS April 13 - 11:15 a.m.: Ronald Paskorz, 50, Indi- anola, was traveling north- bound on 133rd Avenue about to climb the hill that is just north of Gear Street. He said that there was a vehicle that crested the hill going down the middle of the road. He had to swerve to miss the vehicle and was forced to drive into the east ditch. His vehicle rolled when it went into the ditch. The other vehi- cle did not stop to render assistance. April 13 - 3:59 p.m.: Michael Winkelman, 41, Maple Grove, MN, was traveling northbound on Interstate 1-35 at the 48 mile marker in heavy rain. Driver lost control of his vehicle and went into me- dian striking cable that di- vides northbound and southbound traffic. Driv- er's vehicle was in-stand- ing water. Bits from Warren County, Historical Society By Dwight McCormick, Webmaster Warren County Historical Society met Tuesday, April 22, at 7 p.m. John Parker, Parker Designs, presented in- formation on sign restoration and on the new signs that will be painted on the side of the museum. Also, we will be spring cleaning our buildings in preparation for Pioneer School Monday, April 28, from 9 a.m. till we are through. Stop by to help. Many hands make light work. Come join the fun! Snacks and drinks will be provided. Interested in helping with Indianola's 5th Grade Pio- neer School May 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, and 9 from 8:15 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., contact Linda Beatty at 961-3088. Center Chapel Church's annual Chicken Noodle Sup- per is Saturday, April 26, 4:30-7 p.m. at the church five miles west on Hwy 92. This year's proceeds go to No More Maleria. Simpson College Community Orchestra is in concert Sunday, April 27, 7 p.m. at the Blank Performing Arts Center. The concert is free and open to the public Alice Brito, Chairperson for Warren County Relay for Life, is hosting a Ceremony honoring cancer survi- vors June 14 at the Indianola Middle School 12p.m. to 12 a.m. If you are a cancer survivor, contact Alice at 961- 3058 or email her Allicus1956@gmail.com. She is also looking for pie bakers for the pie auction. (NAPS)--Families can incorporate fun physical activity into their daily rou- tines, says Dr. Shelley Arm- strong, a faculty member in the School of Health Sciences at Walden University. For her ideas on how, visit www. WaldenU.edu/gethealthy. *** TreatOnceMonthly.com provides resources for indi- viduals living with schizo- phrenia to help them under- stand treatment options and choose a medication'that is right for them with the help of a health care professional. For a free "Weight-loss and Nutrition Myths" fact sheet by the Weight-control Infor- mation Network (WIN), a national information service of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, of the Na- tional Institutes of Health, call (877) 946-4627 or visit www. win.hid dk.nih.gov. *** Regular oral health exams can cut down on periodontal diseases in both people and their pets, say the experts at the School of Medicine and the School of Veterinary Medicine at St. George's Uni- versity. Learn more at www. sgu.edLdschool-of-veterinary- medicine/index.html.