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Page Four Norwalk Police Sergeant Trevor Martin Completes Training ' ' ' " the Warren County Leadership Institute. He is the second Norwalk Police Officer to complete the program. Through training and cultivating leaders, the institute provides a positive im- pact to Warren County by increasing the quality of life for county residents. Congrat— Sergeant Trevor Martin graduated ulations on your achieve- from the 2019 session of ment, Sgt. Martin! Recetly, Warren County Senior Nutrition Program Menu For Martensdale Meal Site Contact Vicki White for information 515-961-1003 Thursday, May 3th Lemon Fish Tuesday, May 14th Turkey Supreme Baked Cubed Potatoes Mashed Potatoes Asparagus Spinach Cherry Gelatin Angel Food Lush Cake Plums w/ Strawberries Friday, May 10th Wednesday, May 15th Roast Beef Baked Tilapia Mashed Potatoes w/ Baked Potato Gravy Vegetables Broccoli Cherries Banana Banana Crumb Dessert Blondie Bar Thursday, May 16th Monda 1 h Pineapple Glazed Pork Meatloaf Chop Roasted Red Potatoes Garden Rice Blend Green Beans Cucumber & Onion Salad Pineapple Cinnamon Applesauce Orange Mixed Fruit Crisp Excavation Services Available - Dirt work o Grading Custom Tile Showers Full Bathroom Remodels ohnemusconstruction@gmail.com 515-202-1805 (Qwolk Area Chamber at Commerce (Jetty Sheff ’s Rert I News. rren Town and County News , ;' mt. autumn was obtained directly from new. ('uinity Sherllt‘s Office. micr: All Lllglceiulants are innocent [lilill pmven guilty in a court of law. April 23rd Greenfield Township theft report. Virginia Hanson, 42. Norwalk, reported theft. Investigation continues. MEETS. April 28th 7:30, McKinley St. Measuring 173 Feet East from 158th Ave and McKinley St: Zane Shryock, Grimes, states he was on his phone and lost control on the corner going into the north ditch causing his truck to roll over coming to rest on the passenger side. Shryock called for a ride and called the Sheriff’s Office several hours after the accident, after Law Enforcement made contact with the R/O. Vehicle was impounded by Tomin Towing. April 30th 6:06, US 65: Jeanne Patterson, Indianola, advised that she was driving south bound in Hwy 65 at approximately 40MPH when Jeffrey Cox, Chariton, struck her from behind. Cox advised that he was driving 55MPH when he thought he had seen a deer cross the road. When he looked back forward, Patterson was stopped and he hit her. It was raining pretty hard and hard to see when driving that speed limit. No injuries were reported. Patterson drove away and Cox was privately towed. Events at N orwalk Easter Public Library 1051 North Avenue ‘ 515—981-0217 *No storytimes in May, as we prepare for Summer Read.... “A Universe of Stories”!!* Wednesday, May 15 Early Out Wednesdays, 2:30 3:30 pm. Drop-in activities every Wednesday if there is school in Norwalk. No registration required; best for elementary-age children but all ages are welcome! On the 3rd Wednesday of the month, it’s Build! Build imaginative creations with LEGOs and other building materials such as cups, marbles, magnatiles, and more! Still need to pick up a present for Mother’s Day? A subscription to our neWspaper makes a great gift! You still have time to register! STOP BY THE CHAMBER OFFICE 1043 Sunset Dr, #3, Norwalk RACE PACKET PICK UP MAY 10TH 8:00am '16 pm EXIT Realty Norwalk, IA SPONSORED BY: fl norwolk 'Ehursday, May 9' 2019 Pete the Cat Visits Warren (Zeunty By Sara Davis The Warren County Libraries hosted a Pete the Cat meet and greet on Saturday, April 27th at Gerry Allen Memorial Park in New Virginia. Children throughout Warren County were invited to come meet Pete the Cat, take a photo with him, make a Pete the Cat hat, color Pete the Cat coloring pages, and interact with goats and sheep. While at the meet and greet, children also got to enjoy two hours of story time, complete with dancing, singing, and, of course, Pete the Cat books. Before leaving each child was gifted a new book to add to their book collection at home. South Suburban YMCA Summer Day Camp Taking Registrations The South Suburban YMCA, 401 E. Army Post Road, is offering day camp for youth who have completed Kindergarten-6th grade. Weekly sessions begin June 3rd and run through the week'of August 16th, Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m.-6:OO p.m. Y Day Camp: All-day program forchildren Kindergarten 6th grade, includes swim instruction (3 days/week), free lunch program through the Des Moines Schools, and outdoor adventures. , Registrations are now being accepted. Call 285- 0444 for more information. Register ,atiuthe South Suburban YMCA or dmymca.org/reg}§ter. Pre—y registration is required. $$_$$$$$$$ SPECIAL SPRING SAVINGS WINDOW/SlDlNG/DOOR DECK/PORCH ENCLOSURE IOWA LUMBER & CONSTRUCTION 104 1st Street West Des Moines, IA 255-1200 $ $ $ $ CALL NOVII$ m s