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Norwalk, Iowa
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May 1, 2014     N. Warren Town and County News
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L Thursday, May 1, 2014 N/Warren Town and County News Page Eleven NORWALK PARKS & REC EASTER EGG HUNT Norwalk Parks and Rec held their 18th Annual Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt at the Norwalk McAninch Sports complex Saturda) April 19. The sun set at 8 p.m. and the first group set off at 8:30 p.m., when it was dark, with flashlights and empty baskets in their hands! The Kimball family from Norwalk won a family pool pass for finding the hidden golden egg. The diatonic accordion, also known as the "Cajun" accordion, was adopted as Louisiana's official musical Instrument in 1990. The fiddle was named the state musical instrument of Missouri in 1987. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 " - y This Service is for City of Norwalk residential garbage customers only. ALL ITEMS MUST BE PLACED AT THE CURB NO LATER THAN Monday, May 5, AI 6:00 A.M. DO NOTput clean up items in regular trash totee. Regular trash totes will be picked up on your normal collection day. Brush, leaves and other organic material will be picked up with replar trash on scheduled day (Premium Yard Waste Toters, Compost~JU bags or sticker5 MUST be used). RESIDENTS MAY SET ALL OF THE FOLLOWING ITEMS AT THE CURB: Metals , Fumiture Garbage (in bags or containers of 50 pounds or less) Railroad ties must be cut down to 4ft or shorter lengths Dried Latex Paint ******* GAS AND OIL MUST BE DRAINED FROM ALL SMALL ENGINES******* NO CONCRETE OR CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL WILL BE ACCEPTED Construction material includes decking or the demolition of a shed or garage. For other disposal options contact Metro Waste Authority at 515.244.0021 Or visit their website at www.mwatoday.com Household Hazardous Waste Event Saturday May 10 12pm - 3pm Pubfic Works - 2626 North Avenue Accepted Household Hazardous Waste Items: Thinners, insecticides, herbicides, drain cleaners, brake fluids, chemical bleaches, oven cleaners, oil based paint, varnishes, paint thinners, oil, anti-freeze, fluorescent bulbs and batteries. Hazardous waste will NOT be picked up at curb! Additional Household Hazardous Waste Drop Off Events Norwalk resident's may attend Johnston PublicWorks March 29 8:00 - noon Waukee Middle School May 10 8:00- noon WDM Valley Stadium June 28 8:00 - noon Clive Aquatic Center Oct 25 "8:00 - noon (NAPS) To monitor eye health, mantain good vision and keep ip-to-date on the latest in UV protection, schedule ~arly comprehen- sive eye e:ams. To find an optometr~t nearby or for additional nformation on UV protection, isit the American Optometrc Association at www.aoa.g. You canget sun damage through glass windows in your car. ~ protect your fam- ily, add window film, which blocks up to 99 percent of ultraviolet rays. Visit www. llumar.com/skinprotection or "like" LLumar on Facebook at www.facebook.com/llumar windowfi]m for more skin protection tips. Photos submitted. Success usually comes to those who are too busy to be" looking for it. -Henry David Thoreau t