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Page Ten N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, May 1, 2014 The Norwalk Student Education Foundation hosted their 4th Annual Tastes for Education Event Friday, April 4, at The Wright Place. We were joined by vol- unteers from Summerset Winery, La Vida Loca Win- er36 Covered Bridges Win- Prairie Moon Winer Doll Distributing and Iowa Distillery. Food was do- nated by Fareway of Norwalk, Scott, s Foods, Loffredo.Produce and Hy- Vee and scrumptious cup- cakes by Darcy Hosier. Nearly 100 guests joined -is with all proceeds gong to scholarships and grants. Thanks Norwalk for a successful event!! Funds raised go back to your kids!! I NorwalkStudent 1 Education Foundation Activities and Events By Lori Miller, President LIBRARY HOURS Monday - Thursday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday, 1 - 5 p.m. Closed Sundays (Memorial Day-Eabor Day) (NAPS)--Vitamin D'not 0nly helps maintain strong bones and calcium levels in the blood, but there is grow- ing evidence linking this nutrient to overall good health. For more informa- tion on the importance of achieving and mair/taining. vitamin D levels, visit www. siemens.com/VitaminD. Realizing that it takes a team to beat cancer, the biotechnology company Am- gen has partnered with lead- ing nonprofit, national can- cer support organizations to form Breakaway from Can- cer, a powerful new cancer resource navigator tool to aid patients and caregivers. Learn more at www.break awayfromcancer.eom. Photos submitted. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order " for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 The triangle is a percussion instrument that is made by bending a steel rod into a triangle shape that has an opening at one corner. It is then suspended by a string and struck with a steel beater to produce a tone. Location: Public Works" 2626 North Avenue For City of Norwalk residential garbage customers ONLY Electronic & Appliance Disposal 7am - 3pm This is the time appliance stickers are NOT required. This will be the date appliances/electronics will be accepted at the Public Works Facility &opliances include: refrigerators, freezers, kitchen ranges, air conditioning units, dehumidifiers, water heatem, furnaces, thermostats, washers/dryers, dishwashers and microwave ovens Electronics include: W's, monitors, computer, pdntersl copiers, fax machines, cell phones, VCR's DVD players and video game systems Non-Accepted Tire Tire Disposal 7am - 3pm Residents are allowed up to Five (5) tires per household. Items: Tires with rims still attached solid tires, bike tires, semi, large truck, farm or b'actor tires. Paper Shredding 12pm - 3pm Public Works- 2626 North Avenue tt~seholds can bring up to fivj boxes of paper records per household for shredding, All of the shredded material and cardboard boxes are recycled, Please make sure your records are ~ and are not wet or moldy (n_9.o hard plashes, n.~o pia~.'c bags, n._oo electronic media, and n.oo three-ring binders). Shredding will be done by The Shredder Wood Chips & Turf Gold Premium Compost 7am - 3pm Public Works- 2626 North Avenue Free Wood Chips and Turf Gold Premium Compost witi be available to re,dents. Limited quantities. Available while supplies last. ~ng containers and load yourself " Limit 1 cubic yard 'X, 2 i ,,rJ