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Thursday, April 28, 2011 N/Warren Town and County News Page Seven ( BUSINESS CONGRESSMAN LATHAM'S HELP DESK IN INDIANOLA Iowa Congressman monthly visit to Warren nity for constituents to Tom Latham's Traveling County Wednesday, May meet one-on-one with a Help Desk makes its 4, providing an opportu- member of Congressman Latham's staff to ask ques- tions and voice concerns. THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT No appointment is nec- FOR WARREN COUNTY essary. The Help Desk meeting takes place from IN THE MATTER OF Probate No. ESPR019773 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Wednes- THE ESTATE OF ALAN EARL NORLIN NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF day, May 4, at the Warren deceased. EXECUTOR AND NOTICE TO County Administration CREDITORS Building, Conference To all persons interested in the Estate o[ Alan Earl Norlin, Deceased, who Room 2 located at 301 N. died on or about January 19, 2011: You are hereby notified that on April 12, 2011, the undersigned was Buxton in Indianola. appointed Executor of the estate. "It's critically important Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make unmediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims for my constituents to have against the estate shall file them with the Clerk of the above-named Disdct open lines of communica- Court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so ,, filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this tion with me, Congress- notice or one month from the date of the mailing of this notice (unless other- man Latham said. "The wise allowed or paid), a daun is thereafter forever barred. Traveling Help Desk is a Dated this 21st day of April, 2011. /s/Kelly I. Norlin Kelly Jon Norlin, Executor /s/Rod Powell Rod Powell AT0006334 The Powell Law Firm, P.C. 3737 Woodland Avenue, Ste. 601 West Des Moines, IA 50266 (515) 224-4913 Date of second publication 5th day of May, 2011. 1037 Sunse Drive Norwalk ernai|: norwalkinsurance@mch si.com www.norwalkinsurance, com 515-981-0434 or 515-981-4293 Fax 515-981-5211 Toll Free 800746-0434 convenient opportunity for Iowans to discuss prob- lems with members of my staff while I'm in Washing- ton, DC. These meetings provide me with valuable insight as I work to repre- sent Iowa's 4 th District in the halls of Congress." The Congressman's staff can answer questions and offer help to individu- als who have problems with a range of federal programs, including So- cial Security and benefits for veterans. Staff mem- bers can help Iowa stu- dents interested in attend- ing one of the prestigious U,S. Military Academies; discuss agricultural pro- grams with farmers or help constituents work with the Internal Revenue Service or  other fed- eral agency. Latham's staff will also make sure to pass along any concerns to Congressman Latham. Each month a member of Congressman Latham's staff brings the Traveling Help Desk to every county of the Fourth Congres- sional District. Additional information can be ob- tained by calling Con- gressman Latham's Ames office at 515-232-2885. REVIEW Equestrian Center Events Kick off the spring sea- should meet at Camp Area son at the Jester Park #5. Equestrian Center. Nu- Polk County Conserva- merous programs, camps tion naturalists will lead and trail ride opportuni- hikers into the woods in ties will take place this search of nocturnal ani- spring and summer, mals and other wildlife. Morns and daughters Allages are welcome. can celebrate Mother's Kites and Kids is a class Day weekend May 7, from designed for adults and 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Learn about children to do together on horse safety, grooming, Saturda)5 May 14, from 1- saddling, basic riding 2:30 p.m. at Jester Park, skills and go on a horse- Shelter #4. drawn wagon ride. Chil- Parents, grandparents, dren must be 8 years old. or adult friends can bring The fee is $100 per mother/ a young friend and "go fly daughter pair. Lunchisin- a kite." Assemble and cluded. To register, call decorate a small kite and 515-999-2818. No experi- send them aloft for a fun ence is necessary, ending. Beginner and interme- To register by May 6, go diate riding camps Will be online to www.mycounty held in June, July and Au- parks.com. The fee is $5 gust. All camps run from per kite kit. Space is lim- 9 a.m.-noon and cost $130 ited. For more informa- per child. Campers must tion, contact Polk County be at least 8 years old. Conservation at 515-323- Camp dates and detailed 5300. information is listed online at www.jes'ter MPO Meeting parkec.com. The Des Moines Area Spring is a great time to Metropolitan Plannirfg enjoy the outdoors by Organization (MPO)will host a public meeting to horseback! Beginning on receive comments on May 1, trail ride reserva- tions can be made by call- amendments to the Federal ing the Jester Park Eques- Fiscal Years 2011-2014 trian Center. Guided rides Transportation Improvement last onehour, Wednesdays Program (FFY 2011-2014 through Sundays, at set TIP) at 6 p.m., Tuesday, times for $25 per person. May 17, at the Waukee No experience is neces- Public Library, 950Warrior sary. Children must be Lane. The City of Waukee re- eight years old and ride on their own horse. Check for quests an amendment to ride times and download the FFY 2011-2014 TIP to add a new National Envi- a permission form at www.jesterparkec.com, ronmental Policy Act Call 515-999-2818 to make (NEPA) project, as follows: a reservation. Alice's Road/105 th Street/I- During the night, the 80: Alice's Road:Ashworth woods come alive with to 1-80 Interchange. 105 th nocturnal creatures that Street/I-80 Interchange to are rarely seen during the Wendover. 1-80 Inter- day. A night hike will be change construction with held at Jester Park to give removal of rest area. This families the opportunity to project is not currently uti- meet the creatures of the lizing any federal funds. night. The hike will take Contact the MPO staff place from 8:30 to 10 p.m. by telephone at 515-334- Frida May 6. Participants 0075 or bwilcoxon@dmam po.org. 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"Storm Recovery Guide," available from Iowa State University Warren County Extension, includes infor- mation to help you avoid t. and recover from some of the hazards created by wind and water. The guide covers a range of t6pics from sal- vaging belongings and re- storing damaged build- ings, running into critters in unusual places and documenting losses and handling stress. It's avail- able from your Warren County Extension office or for free download from the ISU Extension Store, www.extension.iastate.edu/ store (enter storm recovery guide in the search box). For answers to house- hold cleanup questions following a storm or other disaster, call ISU Extension's Answer Line at 800-262-3804. For informa- tion about legal issues, fi- nancial concerns, stress or crisis, call Iowa Concern at 800-447-1985. Remember to take care of people first, then deal with the things that were damaged or lost. Partnership Surveying Interest In Local Foods ISU Extension special- ist, Joe Sellers, has an- nounced the South Central Iowa Area Partnership (SCIAP), a regional eco- nomic development group, is working on a lo- cal foods project with sup- port from ISU Extension and the Leopold Center for Sustainable Agricul- ture. They are looking for local producers who cur- rently or who would like to sell directly to consum- ers and for honsumers iri- terested in purchasing more food locally. SCIAP is also working with the Iowa Food Coop- erative to determine the level of interest in devel- oping a shared-use com- mercial kitchen incubator facility in the central/south central Iowa area. To deter- mine feasibility they are beginning with an online survey of potential users to find out more about their needs. The link to the sur- vey is https://www.surve ymonkey.com/s/food pro- cessing. If you are inter- ested in being able to use such a facility, go online and complete the survey. Contact Warren County Extension at 515-961-6237 for additional information. .wgP. ,atl