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Page Four N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, June 10, 2010 I NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES I Haley Shaw, Norwalk, graduated May 22 from Buena Vista University with a masters in Science of Education - School Guidance & Counseling. She is a 2003 graduate of Norwalk High School. Ryan Dittmer has been awarded a bachelor degree in Business Administra- tion from AIB College of Business in Des Moines. Dittmer is the son of Larry Dittmer of New Vir- ginia. He is a graduate of ................................... 1-35 High School in Truro. Adam Deppe, Prole, has been named to the Dean's List for academic excellence during the Spring 2010 semester at am,- South Dakota State Uni- versity in Brookings, SD. To earn Dean's List dis- tinctions in SDSU's eight colleges, students must have completed a mini- mum of 12 credits'and must have earned at least a 3.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale. William Penn Univer- sity in Oskaloosa is pleased to announce that Katie Miller of Norwalk is " a spring 2010 graduate of the College of the Arts, Sci- ences and Professional Studies. Miller graduated with a BA degree. Baccalaureate and Commencement exercises were held Saturday, May 8, on the Oskaloosa cam- pus in the Penn Activity Center. The university graduated nearly 400 stu- dents between the College for Working Adults and College of the Arts, Sci- ences and Professional Studies. ................................... William Penn Univer- sity has announced spring 2010 College for Working Adults graduates. Ifi- cluded is Carmella Heckard, Prole, BA. William Penn Univer- sity is pleased to announce that Michele Lehman, Norwalk, has been named to the President's List for the spring 2010 semester. To be included on the President's List, a student must complete at least 12 hours of credit with a minimum grade point av- erage of 3.9 on a 4.0 scale. Lehman had a 4.0 grade average. AIB held its annual commencement ceremony Sunday, June 6, to formally recognize and honor stu- dents who completed a degree program at the col- lege. .................................. Alexis Frank In Little Women While architect W.W. Boyington was constructing Terrace Hill for its original owner, Benjamin Franklin Allen, Louisa May Alcott was busy creating another American classic: "Little Women." The Terrace Hill Foundation is collaborating with The Des Moines Play- house to present a theater version of Alcott's beloved story about four young sisters living in New England at the time of the Civil War. Presented under the Victorian Voices program, au- diences are encouraged to make reservations for the evenings of June 10, 11 or 12 by calling 515-280-3450. Shows are at 7:30 p.m. in the carriage house courtyard at Terrace Hill. Tickets are $45 per person. An old-fash- ioned ice cream social will be held after each perfor- mance. The cast of 11 features Alexis Frank of Norwalk as Amy, Jenna Darsee as Beth, Arielle Roberts as Jo and Allison Bollinger as Meg. The show is directed by J. Michael Kellar, a graduate of Norwalk High School. The Des Moines playhouse is Iowa's oldest and largest producing theater, presenting a full season of shows and offering a wide variet), of educational experiences. Proceeds from this and other Terrace Hill Founda- tion events help support the restoration, maintenance and development of Terrace Hill as a premier National Historic Landmark and as an educational and cultural center for current and future generations. For more information about "Victorian Voices: Little Women," contact the Terrace Hill Foundation at 515- 280-3450. [ Did You Know? (NAPS)--Lexmark's Pro- fessional Series inkier prod- ucts offer an industry-lead- ing, five-year warranty to extend the life cycles of office devices. 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