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Thursday, June 11, 2015 N/Warren Town andCounty News Page Fii en CLASSIFIEDS Concluded from p. 14 lining, tuck-pointing and more. Call Climbing Boys Chimney Cleaning Tim Mineart 689-9077 Patave Concrete sTaking 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 FCC garage sale, 225 North Ave Saturday, June 13, beginning at 8 a.m.This year, weather permitting, we will be in the FCC park- ing lot. It is the time of year that FCC is having its an- nual garage sale to benefit the team that is going to Tijuana, Mexico. There is a group of 33 people that will be going July 12-19. During that week they will be build- ing 12'x12' housing struc- tures for families in need. They will also be visiting an orphanage and giving them an American lunch of hot dogs and watermelon.They will also visit families that : live at the local dump. Moving Sale 1704 Holly Dr. Saturday, June 13, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. 21 ,years of stuff, great things for college students, kitchen items, bedding, furniture, oak TV entertainment cen- i ter, fewtoys/games, Christ- mas tree and decorations, craft items, table saw, large ladder, wood stove, misc. tools. t Faith Cimle will be holding their annual Garage Sale Friday and Saturday, June 12 and 13, from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday and 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday at the Norwalk United Methodist Church 1801 Sunset Drive. March 25, 2015 Matt.Leek called the meeting to order at 7:05 p.m There were 11 people present at the meeting. Secretary's Report Minutes from the Feb- ruary meeting were pre- sented and reviewed. No changes proposed to the February minutes. Motion to accept the minutes was made by Darin Hirl, and seconded by Sara Neil. Motion carried. Treasurer's Report Troy Downs was absent from tonight's meeting. The current financials were presented. There was no pertinent informa- tion noted from the cur- rent financials. Motion to accept the financials was made by Darin Schreck, and sec- onded by Stacy Rosonke. Motion carried. Concession Report Mary Knickerbocker re- ported that she is ready for spring sports to begin. She has cleaned up and brought inventory down to the stand. Kathy Fazio contacted Mary and requested a pop and water donation from the boosters for the After Prom event on April 25. The board discussed and agreed that we wanted to donate again this year. Matt Leek is going to get with Kathy and let her know we will donate 4 cases, which was the same amount as last year. Mary reported that RuNorwalk is going to use the football stadium con- cession stand on May 9th. Mary further reported that she would be opening the stand for the first soccer game on March 31st. Mary requested that a fan be mounted up high at the baseball/softball con- cession stand. The board agreed and going to take Norwalk care of it. Coaches Wish List Girl's Golf - Coach Gavin requested $1,006 for gloves, polo shirts and golf balls for the team. Motion to accept this expenditure was made by Stacy Rosonke, seconded by Mary Knickerbocker. Mo- tion carried. Boy's Track - Coach Boies requested $328.10 for coaches apparel/ coaches shirts. Motion to accept this expenditure was made by Darin Hirl, seconded by Sara Neil. Motion carried. Boy's Baseball - Coach Wiedmann requested $735 for a helmet rack and bat boxes. Motion to accept this expenditure was made by Sara Neff, seconded by Stacy Rosonke. Motion carried. Membership Report Jennifer Kreider re- ported on membership for the month. There has been several ongoing contribu- tions from United Way, Wells Fargo and Welmark this month, and two new memberships. Athletic Directors Report A1 Lammers congratu- lated Darin Schreck on re- ceiving the Middle School Athletic Director of the year award. He will be presented this award at the upcoming Athletic Direc- tor conventbn. ' A1 repo:ted that all spring spoTts are in full swing, and hat participa- tion numbe:s are good. A1 inforned the board that the hea( coaching po- sition for gi:ls' basketball is open. AI said that he would be aMng someone from the bo6ters to sit on the commi~e to hire the new coach. ~ is unsure of when that ~ill occur. Darin Sclreck reported the Speed c Agility has started fo]the middle OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Athletic Booster school. There are 73 kids participating, with some of the high school students and bead coaches assisting with the program. Darin reported that track numbers are high for both the boys and girls middle school programs. The parent meeting for the girls will be on March 26th. Darin reported that at the upcoming Athletic Director's Convention he is going to highlight the success of our Booster pro- gram. Darin thanked the boosters for the new sound system in the middle school gym. Public Relations Nancy LaVelle reported that all basketball con- gratulatory cards have been sent for All State se- lections. Matt Leek suggested that an ad be placed in the paper thanking all the par- ents and people who set up volunteers in the con- cession stand. The bohrd agreed this would be done after each sport. Old Business The golf outing will oc- cur on August 22nd at Warrior Run Golf Course. Matt requested that Troy Downs be at the second meeting at Warrior Run which will be in April. Nancy is going to put the "Save the Date" in the pa- per. New Business Matt reported that War- riot Run would like to sell the Warrior Wear at the course. They will sell ba- sic items, like the zip shirts and t-shirts. Matt is going to talk with them about this further, but sug- gested they take informa- tion from anyone that wants to purchase the ap- parel and then get in touch with us and place the or- der. The board discussed setting up a G-Mail ac- count for counting sign-up sheets and other commu- nications. This will make it easier and more conve- nient. Matt reported that he will be following up with Tim Daniels regard- ing the website and its up- dates. Andy Kreider vol- unteered to take over this responsibility if Tim could give him the administra- tive information. The board discussed the rules of the concession stand. The board is in ap- proval of what Mary docu- mented and wants to post in the stands. However, Matt suggested that we add something relating to parent's/kids purchasing items at the stand when they work. There appears to be an ongoing problem with people not paying for items when they are work- ing in the stand. Mary will update the sheet and post in each of the stands. Matt indicated that he was concerned about safety around the grill. Matt suggested moving the grill and putting it on gravel or something so that kids can't get around it. Matt is going to draw up plans and present to A1 so he can get approval from buildings people at the school. Mary has indicated the concession stand register drawers aren't working properly. Matt said that he would repair them. How- ever, A1 said that he be- lieves it is something he needs to get the building and grounds crew to take care of. Open Discussion No open discussion items at this time. Adjournment Motion was made by A1 Lammers to adjourn the meeting, seconded by Darin Hirl. Motion car- ried. Meeting was ad- joumed at 7:59 p.m. The next NABC meet- ing will be held on Wednesday, April 29, at 7 p.m. at the Norwalk High School Library. Respectfully Submitted, Stacy Rosonke Secretary KEEP IOWA BEAUTIFUL Concluded from p. 13 Deliver meals, Assist in hospitals and hospices Entertain those need- ing an emotional lift, Support a wide range of religious entities, Serve on governmen- tal committees, boards and commissions, Guide hundreds of charitable entities, Assist in making I0wa and its communities clean and attractive and Many other activities that improve our State and Communities' quality of life. These legions of volun- teers provide hundreds of hours of service at no cost. If we had to pay for those services the bill would be staggering. In many ways these volunteers provide "color" and a sense of community spirit and hometown pride to our lives. They are truly the "Iowa Rose" - not quite, but almost, the official flower of Iowa. Each Iowa community has it's bouquet of roses that are serving and help- ing make our lives better each and every day! Take time to "smell the roses" - thank and honor them for their work. If you aren't volunteering consider be- coming a rose and show everyone your colors. i ] Notice of Sheriffs Levy.and Sale iii ml i m i i i i " . IN THE IOWA DIS'tTtlCT COURT FOR WARREN COUNTY STATE OF IOWA WARREN COUNTY ) ) ) SS :22 2. NOTI~,E OF LEVY PLA~NTJ FF: DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE OFTHE HOME EQUITY MORTGAGE LOAN,~.~ET-BAC)