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Thursday, June 13, 2013 N/Warren Town and County News Page Seven SUCCESS STORIES Linda Mathias was not in very good shape when she came to Norwalk Nursing and Rehab for her skilled stay. Shemade tremendous progress with all of her therapy and conquered them all[ She got to go home! Way to go, Linda. We are very proud of you! Shirley Knoll came to Norwalk Nursing and Rehab for a short-term skilled stay and met her goals within three weeks. Way to go, Shirley!! Photos submitted. "Serving Norwalk" Saturda) June 8, Cross- roads volunteers collected food items from the local grocery stores for the Norwalk Food Pantry. Vol- unteers handed out a list of grocery items needed to shoppers that entered the grocery stores. The shop- pers generously bought the groceries .and Cross- roads delivered them to the Norwalk Food Pantry. One of the core values of Crossroads is serving. They believe in serving God, others and the com- munity. Crossroads Pur- pose Statement is simpl] "Reaching the Discon- nected and Growing the Connected through seek- ing God, sharing ourselves with others, serving God and others." To find out more about Crossroads Church and their core values, visit the website at www.2thecros sroads.com. The principal side of a coin, which is commonly called heads, is also known as the obverse. Lions Service Norwalk Lions Club planted two flower beds at the Norwalk Cemetery Wednesday, May 22. It is one of the many service projects in which members participate in for the com- munity. Club members appreciate the following for assisting with the project: Jim watts for the bags of mulch, Bedwell Gardens for donation of flowers, Norwalk Lions for donation of flowers and JoAnn Chapman for the perennials. The follow- ing planted between rain showers: Susan Leverman, Herman Riva, JoAnn Chapman, Linda and Marty Bussanmas. Lions members each take a week to water and weed at the cemetery. Project 4~ One yard or 100 acres. Kubota BX2660 ZG Series MX5100 B Series Over 35 years ago, Kubota introduced the compact tractor to America. The rest, as they say, is history. Today, Kubota has you covered whether you need equipment for one yard or 100 acres. As always, we offer our best in quality, innovation and value. CAPffAL CITY EQUIPMENT CO. SUNDOWN EQUIPMENT lJ" 1 1 515-243-3353 888-582-6827 866-962-3800 EVERYTFIINGYOUVALUE www.CapitalCttyEquipmentCompany.com www'SundwnEquiprnenLcm www.kubota.com ~:ubo[~ Tractor r.,orp~