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Page Four N/Warren Town and County News Thursday. June 4, 2015 I  I LIBRARY Kickoff Party Flag Disposal NOTICE NOTES I EVENTS For Summer Ceremony Notice of a Public Meeting Hawkeye Community Saturday, June 6 Reading Area residents are in- The Warren County Board of Health will meet on College in Waterloo has SUMMER READING The Norwalk Easter vited to attend a flag dis- Wednesday, June 3, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. in Conference announced the Dean's List KICKOFF[ 10 a.m.-2p.m. Public Library wilt host posal ceremony at 10 a.m. Room #1, on the second floor of the Warren County for the Spring Semester. Our summer reading pro- their annual Summer Saturda) June 13, at the Administration Building, 301 N. Buxton Street, The Dean's List is official gram, "Every Hero Has a Reading Program June 6 - Legion Building in Indianola, Iowa. They will meet with the Health Ser- recognition of outstanding Story", starts today with a July 24 at the librar 1051 Cumming. The event is vices for the monthly Board of Health Meeting. academic accomplishment kickoff party featuring North Ave. "Every Hero being held by members of ......  .... .... , by full-time students. To bounce house, balloon, Has a Story" is the theme. Cumming American Le- ,: make the Dean's List, an face-painting crafts, and A Kickoff Party is set for glen Post #562 and "iil :: ........ individual must be a full- more[ 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturda Norwalk Boy Scout Troop i time student and success- Tuesday, June 9 June 6, at the library. There #30 (weather permitting). Every Wednesday, fully complete 12 or more Preschool Storytime, will be a Bounce House, Members will show the credits in the Fall or Spring 10:30 a.m. For ages 3 to 5 balloons, face painting, proper way to destroy an 5-9 p.m. - featuring Semesters with a semester years, join us for picture crafts and Summer Read- American flag that is [ F ER[ N H EIT I GPA of 3.50 or better for books, songs and flannel ing sign-up, worn, tom, faded and un- courses taken at Hawkeye. boards. This storytime is fittofly. IWOOD OVEN PIZZA I Included was Megan also a good fit for daycare Special Events McCleerey of Norwalk. groups and parents at- OUTSK! RTZ tending with several chil- At Library Call 911 Upper Iowa University drew and lasts 25-30 min- Superhero Toddler Ball for 8384 Orilla Rd., 518-210-5802 in Fayette is pleased to an- utes. at the Norwalk Easter Pub- emergencies! Hwy 28 West on G14 (North Ave.). nounce the names of its  Superhero Toddler Ball, lic Library, 1051 North then North on Ofilla Rd. (R45) December 2014 graduates, 2-2:45 p.m. Drop by for Ave., is Tuesday, June 9, NO Cov@r followed by th e degree dancing, shakers and a from 2 to 2:45 p.m. There earned and respective story! will be dancing, shakers OFFICIAL PUBLICATION honors. Wednesday, June 10 and a story. Corey Allen, Norwalk, Kids Art Studio, 10-11 Ventriloquist Kevin a Master of Business Ad- a.m. Wednesdays through Homer will perform .... min. in General Manage- July22, kids of all ages are Thursday, June 11, at 2 IMTHIE:I$TOUrrFORCOIJNTY merit Emphasis and invited to drop by the li- p.m. SYATEIOWA ) ,lrO ..._] Nathan Bergman, Nor- brary to create an art   - j walk, aAssociate of Artsin project[ Library's Adult waeNcoum. NOTICE OF LEVY Liberal Arts. Lego Time, 2-3 p.m. Summer Read Marissa Ernst of Des Wednesdays through July Free Lunch Fridays, an et.mFF; SAOFatCa.NA v Moines, earned a Bachelor 22, kids of all ages are also Adult Summer Read Pro- of Arts in Elementary Ed- invited to drop in and 0eR;eeeER.sw ucation, build with Legos! gram, begins June 12 at 11 oeFEnOanTeaePeRoe.oeNme a.m., entitled "Escape the *.!*n,..a.mm...u.caadj ............................... Thursday, June 11 Ordinary Retirement Fi- ,:a,)r,ca,,,ta,t.a.aal The honor roll lists for Toddler Storytime, :t***=: nancial Plans." Graceland University's 10:30 a.m. For ages 18 June26, there willbe an I E'art;r'nr=mrrxvme'a'n'w^ 2015 spring term in Lam- months to two years, ex- Adult and Teen program .aacnl/llSla/ntECr.ta.e.lowac,r oni have been announced, pect rhymes, finger plays, at 11:30 a.m. It is "History Students with a perfect 4.0 short books, songs and of Comic Book Superhe- a,,,n,a,n,ta,=,,=a,,,--,, grade point average are movement activities for   . , I"c*' roes" presented by author/ :.:::.om!:i:ti.:.: :: :-......:ii.. :::: :...::.::.-::: :..-:.:;::.:: .:::.;.. ::.. .............. :. ::::::: ............ ......I named to the president's toddlers at this intteractive, illustrator T Fisk.  ,,,,,t,a,. list. Students with a GPA energetic storytime! Lasts July 10, at 12 noon, the =me.tp.opeyteepco,eev=et== between 3.65 and 3.99 are 20-25minutes. program is "Saving Lives u.,a,,e named to the honors list. Ventriloquist Kevin - A Conversation with a L__s?[ .......... J. L0._J5q$t..kt|-iilJtmim. Attk (47tO0 Students with a GPA be- Homer, 2 p.m. Life-flight Nurse." 7-:2":: ....... " ......... --:,:** __A7"7"7, --- tween 3.25 and 3.64 are Pre-registrations are re- I s v*= I l named to the dean's list. quested for a food count. I o [or$. Graceland commends the students who have de- voted their efforts and tal- ents to their academic suc- cess! They include Trent Verwers of Prole, Amber Crow and Breanna DeAn- gelis of Truro and Garrett Thompson and Madeline Albers of Saint Charles. Enjoy a West Des Moines address ................................... University of Iowa stu- and attend Norwalk Schools at Fox Valley. dents in Iowa City recent- . . ly participated in the an- " nual Undergraduate Re- search Festival. Those stu- Large walkout dertts included Rae Ann 10ts backing Corrigan of Norwalk and Christina Crowley of Des to a pond or Moines. I0wa's The festival celebrates student contributions to countryside. research, scholarly and : ;: creative work at the UI. Utilizing posters or other visual displays, under- '. Q lewv dnv0 graduates showcased their i i work, either as an inde ................................................................................. pendent project or with a faculty mentor, to Jordan Creek, downtown, and the airport! This year, over 30 differ- ent academic departments and each of the four under- graduate classes were rep-  C11 f0 'q_0P l'fC): ', resented. This event is i ............................................................... hosted by the Iowa Center for Research by Under- Allyn Brown John Akars Suzy Marker duat (ICRU), which 453-6403 453-510a 453-6009 :);omotes undergraduate  . ...... . ;nvolvement in research and creative projects at the Directions: Hwy 5 Bypass To SW Connector, South To Maffitt Lake Rd, West To S 20th Or 0rilla Rd, South Through 0rilla Development On The West Side Of The Road. ow,, L,,,t University of Iowa.