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Thursday, May 22, 2014 N/Warren Town and County News Page Fifteen NORWALK TRACK TEAMS Norwalk High School Boys Norwalk High School Girls Track IOWA SENIOR GAMES The 28th annual Iowa Senior Games (ISG) will be held in West Des Moines June 12-15. Athletes ages 50 and over can regis.ter to compete in this Olympic- style competition with 29 sports and nearly 100 events. The registration fee is $40. Registration fee in- dudes a t-shirt, admission to the Hall of Fame ban- quet and an unlimited number of Iowa Senior Games events. Over 800 athletes from across Iowa and the nation are expected to compete. Age groups are broken into five-year brackets (50- 54, 55-59, etc.) with gold, silver and bronze medals awarded to each group. Participants in this year's ISG will have an'op- porttmity to qualify for the 2015 National Senior Games, held in Minneapo- lis. To view a list of sports, rules, schedule, or to reg- ister orfline, visit www. iowaseniorgames.org. For questions or to have an entry_ form mailed to you, contact the Iowa Senior Games by phone at 888- 777-8881 x 122 or by email at info@iowaseniorga mes.org. Norwalk 7th and 8th Grade Boys Track Norwalk 7th and 8th Grade Girls Track Photos by Toni Johnson Photography. TED'S USED CARS & AUTO REPAIR SERVING THE NORWALK AREA SINCE 1966 I We Repair All Makes & Models[ ILV0000_]l 802 Sunset Drive, Norwalk, IA 50211 k_Jla41 Phone: 515-98L-o649. Residence: 515-287-6512 1L 'r_ ul I WE'RE A 1) AUTO CARE CENTER IPTV at Blank Park Zoo Join Iowa PUblic Televi- sion at the Blank Park Zoo in Des Moines Saturday, June 14, for a day filled with fun! Pose for a picture with Curious George, hear a story from Dan Wardell and walk with a wallaby Or lounge with a llama. Children who are 12 or younger receive free ad- mission for the day when Friends members present the coupon found on page 6 of the IPTV June Ad- vance program guide. Come early to enjoy a special Breakfast with the Beasts from 8-9 a.m. that morning. Tickets are free for children age 2 and younger and $15 for every- one age 2 and older. IPTV KIDS Club members re- ceive a $2.50 discount per ticket. During the kid-friendly breakfast you'll be able to meet Curious George be- fore anyone else, plus you'll be able to roam the zoo and meet the animals and may even see a few of them receive their break- fast. Space is limited to 150 people for the Breakfast with the Beasts at 8 a.m. So call 800-728-2828 or 515- 725-9800 today to make your reservation. For more information, contact Kristen Gray at 515-725-9703 or Kristen. Gray@iptv.org.