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Page Four N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, April 29, 2010 IN00'IOHBO00OOD NOTES I Erik Gustafson, Norwalk, received the High Scholarship Award in the College of Business at Iowa State University in Ames. The award is given to undergraduate students who rank in the top two percent of their college class. High Scholarship Award in the College of Agricul- ture and Life Sciences at Iowa State University in Ames. The award is given to undergraduate students who rank in the top two percent of their college class. Heidi Dittmer, Lacona, ................................... also received the award. Nicole Cortum, - .................................. Norwa.lk, received the I Did You Know? I (NAPS)--You can check a vehicle's crashworthiness ratings at the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety at www.iihs.org. Subaru has earned at least one Top Safety Pick in every vehicle class in which it competes. You can learn more at www.subaru.com. $$* Experts advise seeing your doctor promptly if you develop symptoms of heart- burn or indigestion that arise with exertion and go away with rest. In many patients, the first sign of a heart problem can feel like indigestion or a stomach issue. Learn more at www.hartfordhospital.org. Squeaky floors can be the type of home repair project that restxmds to the do-it-your- self approach. Fortunately, there are kits created to elim- inate squeaks whether the€re found under carpeting, in bard- wood or soitwood floors, or in stairs. To learn more, visit www.mysqueakyfloors.com. LIgA'£ ATIQU[ BOUTIQtli; APRIL 2'- MAY '! 1 orth Avo., d0wnt0wn orwik Mother's Day is May 9th, so come in to see our Special, Unique Gift Ideas for Mom! EASTER BASKET WINNERS: I Gordy White and Amy Desenberg/Wines Open: Men. - Sat. 10:30 a.m. to 6p.m. Mother's Day: 2 - 5 p. m. F,1F,- 2 ;O-1F,.9 _ fyom Ia i)e 9e 515-981-0290 Come in and check out more than 300 new arrivals just in time for Mother's Day! Many styles and colors including Beijo Bags, Miche, Sandals and Switchflops. We also offer Gift Certificates, Fashion Jewelry, Pocketbooks and Candles. 50% off selected items. 1043 Sunset Dr. (Hwy 28) Norwalk Hours: Mon-Fri 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. and Sat. 10 - 5 After Prom Grand March Norwalk After Prom is sponsoring the 1 t Annual Grand March at the Norwalk High School gymnasium Saturday, May 1, at 5 p.m. Students participating are asked to enter through the band room doors start- ing at 4:45 p.m. Cost is $1 with proceeds benefiting After Prom. Doors will open at 4:30 p.m. Volun- teers are needed to help with this event. Contact Lisa Smith at 515-360-4828 if you are willing to help. Come support the stu- dents and provide a send- off to their prom activities. Don't forget your camera. Fun Booth at RUNorwalk Norwalk Physical Therapy will have a booth at the High School track during RUNorwalk Satur- day, May 8, where a clown will be providing face painting and balloon ani- mals FREE to kids. The entire family is welcome to cheer on the runners and walkers and participate in the festivities. The race starts at 8:30 a.m. and will conclude with award pre- sentations, around 10 a.m. Deadline for ads, - legals and stories is Noon Friday! I,NORWALK POLICE CHIEF Ed Kuhl 1 The Police Department has begun to receive com- plaints concerning golf carts being driven on public streets. Officers have had contact with juveniles being allowed by their parents to do so. We want to remind parents that the juveniles will be cited, the carts may be impounded and the parents could have a large impound fee and fine to pay. Golf carts were not designed to be safely driven on a public street, nor are they allowed on our community bike path. The best remedv is not to do so. Thank you again for helping, keep our community safe and thanks again for )'our support. clip and save Norwalk Schools Phone Directory Central OfficeAdministration High School (Grades 10-12) High School Activities Eastview 8/9 School Middle 6/7 School Lakewood Elementary (Grades 4-5) Oviatt Elementary (Grades PreK-3) Transportation Office ( Bus Barn) Food Service/Nutrition Office Building & Grounds Office 981-0676 981-4201 981-4204 981-9655 981-0435 981-1850 981-1005 981-0016 981-9876 981-0917 NORWALK STYLING SALON 808 Main St. • 981-4097 PROM Special with Cassie | Updo's | 825 - $45 d' Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday Saturday by Appointment Call 981-4097 Hilites with Cassie 20% Off A Freight Brokerage Company Nationwide Service for Vans, Reefers and Flatbed Trucks Call Elite when you want your shipments handled the right way. Craig Warfield 800-289-1240 Questions and Answers I Information provided by [ . Norwalk City Staff ] What if I don't receive a Census form? - There are still 2010 Census forms being mailed out, so it is likely that you will receive one in the mail. If you do, please fill it out and mail it back right away. If you want to make sure you are counted, you can pick up a Be Counted form at one of the Questionnaire Assistance Centers. To find the center nearest you, visit the Take 10 Map. If you have not received a 2010 Census form by April 12, call 1-866-872-6868 and they will either take your information over the phone or send you a form by mail. Rest assured that they are going to make sure you are counted in the 2010 Census. Beginning in May, hun- dreds of thousands of census takers will be sent to ev- ery neighborhood in the country to count each housing unit thathas not returned a census form. Who knew that the City of Norwalk website can provide information on so many of the following top- ics? With just a few clicks, you can sign up for the e- mailing list, check the city-wide calendar, file a nuisance complaint, print off forms and applications, view vari- ous maps, get building permit specs and fees, research the "sump pump" Ordinance, find out if the Snow Or- dinance is in effect, review animal licensing procedures and report street light problems. Also, utilize .online Library services, view the cur- rent Parks and Rec brochure, register for Parks and Rec programs, get pool and shelter house information, see your Police Department staff, confirm utility rates and due dates, find suspended billing-program info, read the CiW Code, view the current City Council Agenda, look at past City Council Minutes. And much, much more! Go to www.ci.norwalk .ia.us and take a look around or simply type the topic you are looking for in the site search box at the top. As always, City Hall staff are available to answer any questions you may have at 981-0228. TED LARE GARDEN CENTER O 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 • 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 Sat. & Sun. May 8 & 9 Mother's Day Weekend i • Endless Summer Hydrangea $29.99 (Blushing Bride, Twist N Shout, Original) • Blooming EZ Elegance Roses $19.99 • 12 in. Hanging Baskets, Flower Pouches and Patio Pots $13.99 • Giveaways: Free bouquet of flowers and chocolate for Mom (while supplies last) www.tedsgardens.com