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Thursday, April 29, 2010 N/Warren Town and Count T News Page Five Call to See! 601 Orchard Hills Dr. #7002 $133,000 IMMACULATE TOWNHOME Large 3 BR with lots of upgrades, 2-car garage, faces country view and green space. DEBBY KEUL, Realtor 238-5205 MID-AMERICA GROUP, RF.ALTO P." ZA-G- ,ZIG Produced b, Hamid Circus', Inc. Veterans Mem000 Au :tit0:00ium ,WRIL 30, MAY 1 &2, 2010 " ' Frid Ly- pm  _ Sam :day- 9:;0 am , 2:1 pm ' 7: pm :" Sun(ay- l:q pm Supermarket of Benefits For County Veterans Warren County Veterans Affairs will host a "Super- market of Benefits" from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursda)5 May 13, at the American Legion Hall Post 165, 105 W. 1st Av- enue in Indianola. (Located across from the Indianola Post Office.) The event is free and open to the public. Representa- tives from the following agencies will be available to answer questions: Iowa Department of Veterans Affairs, Warren County Veterans Affairs, Veterans Affairs Re- gional Office, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Iowa Workforce Development, Veterans Center, Social Secu- rity and Iowa Veterans Home. For more information, call Warren County Veterans Affairs at 515-961-1045. Orchestra in Spring Concert Des Moines Community Orchestra Spring Concert will be Sunday, May 9, at 2 p.m. in Sheslow Auditorium at Drake University in Des Moines. A pre-concert talk by the conductor Carl lohnson is at I p.m. for interested audience members. The soloists (bassoon, piano and euphonium I from this concert will be the featured guests at this talk. The cost is free and open to the public. A reception will be held immediately following the concert to meet the musicians, soloists and conductor. CHRIST OUR SAVIOR LUTHERAN CHURCH OPENS CLOTHING BANK Members of Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church, 515 Sunset Dr., have launched a new "share-what-you- wear" clothing ministry. The minist, "Threads of Hope," first opened to the public Wednesday, April 28. A number of members at Christ Our Savior "shopped" at Threads o/Hope and were surprised by the "boutique" atmosphere. "We want anyone who comes here to feel special and important," said Sheri Schulz, one of the Threads o/Hope chief orga- nizers. Anyone visiting Threads of Hope will see lots of loving care went into the development of this project. Threads o/Hope is open to the public for "shopping" and donating. Though there is a limit to the number of items a shopper can have, all items in the shop are f,_e. This clothing ministry helps Christ Our Savior encour- age the public to both give and receive. Those blessed by receiving items from Threads o/Hope are encouraged to share clothing no longer needed by in turn bringing their donations the next time they visit. When making clothing donations: 1) Please donate only good-quality, gently-used items; 2) Donations are accepted only during operating hours, Wednesdays from 5 to 7 p.m. and 3) Tax-deducfible receipts are avail- able. Visitors to Threads of Hope will find it easier to use the west entrance of Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church. Call 911 for Sleeping on your back with a pillow under your head might prevent your eyes from getting red and swollen since fluid collects around the eyes when your head is level with or below your heart. emergencies! GRAND OPENING Of OUR NEW OFFICE l Open House Thursday April 29 th Lunch served from 11-1:00 Ribbon Cutting 12:30 Refreshments from 1-7 Stop by during our open house and sign up to qualify for one of several Door Prizes... o American Dream Realty 1220 Sunset Dr Norwalk, IA Office: 981-0022 Cell: 490-9002 Everyone Welcome! Looking to sell your home and wont results, give us o carl today! Debbie & John Marmon Broker/Owner/Realtors Each office independently owned and operated Provost Guard STEAK FRY May 5, 2010 Za-Ga-Zig Shrine Temple Ill{ 1 lO0 Shriner's Parlay Altoona, Iowa PUBLIC Serving 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. WELCOME Advance Tickets $10 At the Door $12 Proceeds benefit the Za-Ga-Zig Provost Guard and are not tax deductible