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l Thursday, June 10, 2010 N/Warren Town and County News Page Nine Norwalk Soccer Food Drive The photos include the 2010 Norwalk freshman, JV and varsity boys' soccer team, coached by Dustin Kralik, Tom Scallon and Jeremy Ward. This is the second an- nual food drive for our Norwalk Food Pantry. In May, the entire team participated in donating over 80 non-perishable food items. We appreciate the boys' soccer program for helping our community. This event was organized by Amanda Torgerson and Joshua Tuggle. Not present for the photo were soccer managers Kelsey Johnston, Breanna Hansen, Maranda Kelley and Amanda Torgerson. Pho- tos submitted. D.A.R.E. Graduation Freshman soccer JVsoccer Norwalk Middle School sixth and seventh grade SADD students presented PowerPoint presentations to the fifth graders as part of the fifth grade D.A.R.E. graduation. Topics include alcoholism, drinking and driving, bulimia and anor- exia, cocaine, party pills, smoking and huffing. Varsity soccer Art Safari XVIII Summer School Enrichment Class/Camp The adventure of Art Safari XVIII, a summer school enrichment class/camp taught by Middle School Art Instructor, B. J. Garrison will be held again this summer for third through eighth grade students. The first class is Monday, June 14, when students go to the Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha, NE. The cost is $80 per person and includes admission to the zoo, IMAX Theater and the Charter Coach to and from the zoo. There is a 40 student limit with a minimum of 25 students to go. Four adult chaperones are also needed. Checks should be made payable to Norwalk Middle School Art Safari. Monday, June 14, students board the bus at 8:30 a.m. for the trip to the zoo in Omaha. They arrive at approximately 11 a.m. and go to the IMAX theater and then eat. The group leaves the zoo at 5 p.m. to return home. Students are to bring money for food and/or gift shop. Call 981-0435 or 981-5037 for more information. Classes also are held June 15 through June 18 from 9 a.m. until 12 noon at the Norwalk Middle School. Class topics are Tuesday - Clay Creations, Wednesday - Color Sea Creatures, Thursday - Scratch Board/Animal Collage, Thursday - Crayon Zoo Animal Designs and Friday - Gifts of the Garden Paintings. Dave C. Smith Photography View Photos of State Soccer at Davecsmithphotography.com Password "Soccer" To order a CD of photos, call Dave at 360-4991 Fifth graders demonstrate walking a straight line with distorted vision due to alcoholism. The glasses were covered in Vaseline to resemble blurred vision. [H e_a It hyl Ideasl (NAPS)--According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, ginger can help prevent or treat nau- sea and vomiting. Ginger Gum is available from Sea- Band in major drugstores such as CVS. Learn more online at www.sea-ban&com. $$$ Often, the first doctor to diagnose someone with dia- betes, high blood pressure or heart disease is a podia- trist. "That's because these conditions often show up in the feet first," explains American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) presi- dent Dr. Kathleen Stone. Learn more at www.apma. org/findapodiatrist. $$$ Scientists supported by the National Eye Institute (NEI), part of the Nalional Institutes of Health, have confirmed a way to reduce the risk of Fifth grade students were given the task of trying to blindness in premature text while driving. They were instructed to text a rues- infants. More information is sage, turn the steering wheel and walk a straight line. available at www.nei.nih.gov and www.mh.gov. Photos Submitted. , L