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Thursday, May 24, 2012 N/Warren Town and County News Page Fifteen RU]%00rwalk Winners Thank you to the following sponsors and businesses that donated prizes for RUNorwalk: City of Norwalk, City State Bank, Anytime Fitness, Norwalk Family Dentisr, Accelerated Physical Therapy, Capital City Fruit, Norwalk Insurance Services, Des Moines Truck Brokers, Four Seasons Auto Wash, Hildreth Construction, Absolute Transportation, Record Herald, Norwalk Chiropractic, Norwalk Family Physicians, All Seasons HVAC LLC, Kelly Cortum Inc., The Wright Place, Consumer Credit of Des Moines, Regency Care Center, Norwalk Ready Mix, Medicap Pharmac Indoff Business Products, Terrus Real Estate. Also, Lane Insurance, Community Bank, Casey's, Fareway, McDonald's, Bennigans, Ted Late Garden Center, Cal's Fine Foods II, Legacy Golf Course, Norwalk Lions Club, Summerset Winer Massages by Misty, Maid-Rite, Advanced Air Mech;mical, Villaggio's, Rolling Hills Golf Course, Wendy's Ice Cream Shoppe, I Run Like a Girl, N/ Warren Town & County newspaper, Loveless Enterprises, United Healthcare. Countryside Golf Course, 50211 Salon and Spa and Des Moines Marathon. Also thank you to the many volunteers such as Tim Mineart, RUNorwalk Chairperson, Joe Nguyen, Bill Pirkle, Nicole Smith, Kevin Pearson, Julie, Jeff and Jenna Manatre36 Austin Lancaster, Richard Stageman, Dr. Maureen Winslow and gang, Holly Collins, John Marmon, Newton and Carol Standridge, Katie Routh, Val Jacobsen, Brad Miller, Jason Marquardt, David Lester, Joe Desmond, Norwalk HS Cheerleaders, Bryan Greiner, A1 Lammers, Tom McLaughlin, Norwalk Police Dept., Denny and Renee Wulf, Lisa Baker, Roy Michael, Jeff Lucas, Tim Boes, Denny Morrow, Christopher Nierneyer, Jim Cain, Matt and Gretchen Winfrey and the street crew for keeping our runners/walkers safe! Thank you to the Norwalk Community School for allowing us to use Warrior Stadium for the event. The Healthcare Vendors were Accelerated Physical Therapy, Anytime Fitness, Massages by Misty, Body by Vi (Kim Watrous), Complete Nutrition Supplements-Tom Black and Norwalk Chiropractic. There were over 340 participants this year. Winners of the 8K were Julius Rotich, Kristy Feldman, K2 Barnes, Casey Owens, Jeff Gray, Colleen Webb. Winners of the 5K were Chris Gasche, Angie Heim, Christopher Harken, Jen Downe, Gary Barber, Juliana Stahle. Winners of the 5K Timed Walkers were Cameron Jensen, Capi Bruner, Christian Higgins, Liz Bragg, Glenn Soyer, Shelly Knutson. Winners of the Kids Fun Run were Peiton Grant, Chase Monroe, Caleb Ochanpaugh, Xavier Bush. Group photo courtesy of Brandon Burnett, BurnettDigital.com. The 1st place 5K Winner Angie Heim and 2nd place .... 5K Jen Downe. I Activities at the Norwalk Library 1051'North Ave. - 981-0217 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Minutes to be approve at the June 5, 2012 Bd Meeting May 17, 2012 The Warren County Board of Supervisors met Thursday, May 17, 2012, at 11:00 a.m. with all three Supervisors' present. The purpose of the meeting was to dis- cuss and authorize the Board Chair to sign an application for a Federal Grant to enhance the OWl Court in Warren County. RESOLUTION 12-138 OWl COLIRT ENHANCEMENT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby au- thorize the Chair of the Board of Supervisors to sign an application for a Grant to enhance the Warren County OWl Court. Carried Unanimously Upon proper motion the meeting was adjourned at 11:02 a.m. ATTEST: AUDITOR, Traci VanderLinden CHAIR, Doug Shull SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 There will be no story time this week, as we prepare for the Summer Reading program. Wee-Ones Story Time resumes Wednesday, June 6, Toddler Time Thursday, June 7, and Pre-School Tuesday, June 12. Monday, May 28 CLOSED FOR MEMORIAL DAY Tuesday, May 29 Novel Year Book Club-7 p.m. Guest Speaker Dr. Ri- chard Deming. Dr. Deming is medical director at Mercy Cancer Center and founder of the nonprofit organiza- tion Above+Beyond Cancer. 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