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Page Ten N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, June 5, 2014 CLASSIFIEDS ALL classified advertising is 20 cents a word with a $3.50 minimum AND payable in advance of publication. Bring your ad to the office and pay for the a'd at that time. We reserve the right to accel)t or refuse any or all advertising. Publisher reserves the right to cancel any advertisement at any time. "Happy Ads" and "Thank Yous" are $2. DEADLINE IS NOON ON FRIDAY! announcements Garage sales will not be accepted by email. They must be paid for when the ad is placed. Deadline for cla.ssified ad and payment is noon Fridays. .................................. NonNalk Food Pantry, lo- cated at New Life Lutheran Church, 4380 Wakonda Dr., is open every Wednes- day from 5 to 7 p.m. for lo- cal residents. ................................... employment TEAM Drivers-HAUL US MAIL for Government CSn- tractor. $19.18 per hour + $4.85 H&W Dedicated Lanes 10 Paid Holidays CDL-A, 2-yrs. exp. req. CALL NOW 888.650.2883 apply online at Drive Salmon.corn EOF_/AA. .................................. Drivers-City Driver/Dock Worker Needed. CDL Top Pay, 100% PAID Medical Benefits. Class A w/TX or HTN req. plus 1 yr. Verifi- able Exp. Call 855-378- 4972-YRC Freight is an Equal Opportunity/Affirma- tive Action Employer Mi- norities/Females/Disabled/ Protected Veterans. ................................... SUMMER NANNY NEEDED Cumming, Iowa, enjoy ac- tivities with two children, ages 6-11, M-F, 9-3 or 10- 4. Must have transportation and valid driver's license. Call for additional info and interview, Amy, 515-250- 1501. .. ............................... for sale Camping equipment, fold- ing chairs, sleeping bag, coolers, electric and cool cooler, 981-4608. .............................. .. Avon Representative for Norwalk/Lakewood. For products call Sandy Brenizer, 515-238-6718 or go to dynomaids @ aol.com or www.youravon.com/ Sandra Brenizer. Unda Slycord Independent Consultant The Pampered Chef Want to party? Cooking Shows, Catalog/Facebook Shows, Wedding Regis- tries, Bridal Showers, Fundraisers; Income Op- portunities. Call 971-3659 or email LSlycord@aol. com. .................................. Shop for Norwalk Warrior Spiritwear online at MyJJDesigns.com or call 953-6306. ................................... for rent 2 bedroom apartments, central air, gas heat, pet and smoke free, $600 and $625 plus utilities, 490-9691. ................................... Norwalk 2 BR brick 4 plex, hardwood floors, heat, wa- ter, sewer, garbage paid. 515-314-1551 or 515-221 - 9300. ................................... services Sewing and alterations. Many years of experience. Call Zelda, 515-339-4663. Seamstress can do alter- ations, work with lycra fab- ric, sequins, beading and custom costumes. Call Lynne at 285-0604 or go to www.seamstressdeluxe. com. ................................. . Downs Pest Control And Property Maintenance Spiders, ants, wasps, roaches, bed bug treat- ments, termite work. We also offer property mainte- nance such as debris re- moval, mold testing, snow and lawn care, demo work and roofing. 515-309-2089, www.downspestcontrol .com. ................................... Clean Cut Tree Service Removals, trimming, stump grinding, brush cleanup, fully equipped and insured. Free consul- tations, 981-0511. ................................. Fireplace Chimney Servicing Annual servicing of your chimney system keeps your family safe and your home in good repair. We offer inspections, cleaning, repairs, product sales, re- lining, tuck-pointing and more. Call Climbing Boys Chimney Cleaning Tim Mineart 689-9077 .............................. Patava Concrete Taking orders for tearouts, patios, replacement, new construction, driveways, garage slabs. FREE ESTI- MATES. Call Matt Palen, 210-1284 or Tim Patava, 210-1285. ................................. garage sales 1006 and 1012 Rolling Hills Ct. Friday, June 6 and Saturday, June 7, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. We have everything! Girls clothing newbo'rn- 10/ 12 (especially 5/6-7/8); boys clothing 0-2T and 5/ 6. Home d6cor, several bedding sets, kids' toys. Items V2 price 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday. ................................ .. Yard Sale 706 and 712 Kitterman Cr. 6 Families *2 Full Ga- rages. Friday, June 6, 8-2; Saturday, June 7, 8-12. Multi-family sale. Boys, women's and junior girls clothing, lower elementary reading books, too much misc. to mention-come and see! .................................. Garage/Moving Sale 602 Marie. Friday, June 6, 8 to 3 and Saturday, June 7, 8-noon. 2802 Windsor Dr. Friday, June 6, 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m. and Saturday, June 7, 8 a.m.-12 p.m. Items include: Name-brand children's clothing in excellent condi- tion (Nike, Adidas, Puma, Gap, Ralph Lauren, Oshkosh, Gymboree, Children's Place and Old Navy): boys' from size 4 to size 10; girls' infant to 3T; children's books, toys, games and puzzles; baby gate, high chair, toddler bed, ride on toys. Women's casual and career name- brand clothing (J. Crew, Banana Republic, Gap, Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein and Silver jeans): size 2 to XL (lots of tall sizes). Men's name-brand clothing (Ralph Lauren, Nautica, Tommy Hilfiger, Columbia, Land's End and Dockers): Large to XXL. Casual and dress shirts and slacks and .sports coats, kitchen items, bedding and house- hold d6cor. ............................... Holland Holland's Des Moines, IA Terminal is hiring FT local and FT Regional drivers. Drivers must be 21 yrs old, having a CDLA w/hazmat & tanker w/1 yr or 50k miles experience. Ap- ply on line at www. hollandregional.com/ careers. Company paid health insurance for full time drivers after pro- bation. EEO/AAE Mi- norities/Females/Per- sons with Disabilities/ Protected Veterans. 2014 Graduates of Adventures School of Discovery Preschoolers pictured, left to right: Dylan Decapp, Carson Levi, Haizee Trilk, Slade White and Carson Silvers. Seniors, left to right: Nell Hanson, Austin LaVelle, Nick Rosonke, Rachel Canby. Not pictured: Taylor Batt, Justin Pappan, Caleb Klocko, Mason Alitz, Cody Call, Ben McGee, Grant Reynolds, Joel Allison. Photos submitted. RED CROSS Concluded from p. 7 of all ages. In addition, for every child who dies from drowning, another five re- ceive emergency depart- ment care for nonfatal sub- mersion injuries. Overall, the Red Cross survey finds that more than half of all Americans (54 percent) either can't swim or don't have all of the basic swimming skills. Other key survey findings are: One in three (33 per- cent) African Americans reports that they can per- form all five basic swim- ming skills, compared to 51 percent of whites. The survey showed that 84 per- cent of whites and 69 per- cent of African Americans say they can swim. Just four in ten parents of children ages 4-17 re- port that their child can perform all five basic swimming skills, yet more than nine in 10 (92 percent) say that their child is like- ly to participate in water activities this summer. Men are significantly more likely than women to report that they have all five basic swimming skills (57 percent for men com- pared to 36 percent of women). The survey found that nearly half of Americans (46 percent) report that they have had an experi- ence in the water where they were afraid they might drown. In addition, one in five (19 percent) said they knew someone who had drowned and 20 percent knew someone who nearly drowned. The new Red Cross drowning prevention campaign begins as sum- mer gets underway and eight out of 10 Americans are planning water activi- ties such as going to the pool, water park, or boat- ing or fishing this summer. A third (32 percent) of all Americans plan to swim at a place this summer with- out a lifeguard. While stronger swim- ming skills would reduce the risk of drowning, the Red Cross survey found that only two percent of adults plan to take swim- ming lessons this summer and about one in five chil- dren (20 percent) are like- ly to take swimming les- sons this summer. The Red Cross also an- nounced it will seek to re- duce the drowning rate by 50 percent in 50 cities in 19 states that have high num- bers of drowning deaths or high drowning rates by teaching 50,000 more peo- ple to swim in those com- munities over the next three to five years. Red Cross swimming lessons help people devel- op skills and water safety behaviors that help people become more comfortable and safe when they are in, on and around the water. The Red Cross encourag- es all household members to enroll in age-appropri- ate water orientation and Learn-to-Swim programs. To find classes for your family, contact your local aquatic facility and ask for American Red Cross swimming and water safe- ty programs. Deadline for ads, legals and stories is Noon Friday?