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OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER FOR AND NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT / t818.1.8 i"iIXED ADO 50902 ',:~ I"i A I, t.. 1 OWNPAPERS "~k.~ 2.t.? WEST COlA Sf. S Ht.~, L I (IN WA 98584-2263 II,l,,I,,I,,hl,h,l,,I,,h,l,l,,hl,ll,,,,ll .... !i1,,,I,1,1,1 Vol. 43 No. 4 - Norwalk, Iowa 50211 USPS No. 395-120 Phone 981-0406 emaih news@ norwalknewspaper.com Thursday, June 16, 2011 Reading Quilt For Library Pictifi d S ] lC t'tO right: Nina McKinney, Meg Hymer, Libby Mineart, Julie Wells (Librarian), Dottle Raun, Jackie Schmaltz and Donna Onstot; Sitting are: Janine Schochemaier, Sheryl Webb, Rena King and Kathy Wolfe. All members are from the Norwalk- Prole-Cumming area. Photo submitted. Members of the square a child reading a "Piecemakers" Quilting book. When all were fin- Club presented the ished, Dottle Raun as- Norwalk Easter Library sembled the blocks to com- with a quilt to be used as a plete the quilt. The group wall hanging in the invites you to make a visit children's area of the li- to the library to see their brary. Each square was the work of "art." result of the labor of love The Piecemakers meet of reading and love of chil- each month on the second dren that lives in the heart Monday to work on their of each member. Each quilt projects and to enjoy member used their own each other's company. I NORWALK POLICE CHIEF Ed Kuhl 1 We would like to thank the Norwalk Public School District, the Lakewood School Staff and Prindpal Jill Anderson in particular for another good year of part- nership and support of the Drug Abuse Resistance and Education program. We also thank the 5th grade par- ents for their support and cooperation. This year 206 5th graders completed the eight-session course spread over an eight-month period. We would also like to thank Mayor Pierce and Coach Glowgowski for providing inspiring and motivational remarks for both the students and their families. The DARE program provides stu- dents with information about the effects of drug abuse and reinforces a solid decision-making process. These skills are reinforced through a partnership with the par- ents and the school staff. We also thank our instructors, a group of experienced peace officers and teachers, Brad Criswell, Randy Spurr, Susie Sher and Jayson Spurr. I also appreciated the opportunity to step into the class- room ag n to fill in for instructors. The DARE program concludes with the students a written pledge to re iil from the use Offll CD Cover for New Release Trilk Releases Children's CD : Debbie Doo Wop and D te Dan (also known as Deb Paul of Des Moines and Dan Tri of N aiE) have gal drugs and to direct their lives in positive ways. The top pledge is selected per classroom and then the top released a children's CD and will be performing some pledge for the entire grade. That student reads his/her of their songs at the Norwalk Public Librar Frida36 June 17, at 10:30 a,m. pledge at the culmination event to the students and their The CD, entitled "Cheesy Peas," features interactive families, a medal and their name are then placed on the music geared toward children ages 2-9. Trilk and Paul Gwen Sandy plaque at Lakewood Elemetttary School. are a guitar]singing duo playing original educational The Norwalk DARE program began here in the early children's music. They say their style is similar to Dan 90s and grows larger every year. We also have added a Zanes, Justin Roberts or Laurie Berkner. "fun day" event for the students. Friday, July 8, our The CD is$10 and is available at dantrilk@gmail.com Department will host a DARE golf tournament in part, or at The Daily Grind in Norwalk. Paul is a music educator who was a band director in the Des Moines area for eight years, a church musidan and currently is studio coordinator at Rieman Music in Urbandale. She has three children and loves to teach young children the joy of music. She currently teaches six Tiny Tots classes at her church, St. Mark in West Des Moines. She works with more than 230 children every week teaching them about music and helping them find their talents. Trilk is the music teacher at ASK Learning Center in Norwalk and teaches private guitar, drum, bass and pi- ano lessons as well. Trilk performs regularly throughout the Des Moines area as a solo act and as a member of the "TSU", a local all original funk band. He is the father of two children and uses them as a muse in his song-writing adventures. He has mentored many youth in the Des Moines area coaching garage bands and summer rock camps. He has a passion for music and enjoys igniting the spark of cre- ativity in every student he encounters. Agenda REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING Norwalk Easter Public Library Thursday, June 16, 2011, 6:30 p.m. This is a tentative agenda only, zohich is subject to change. The final City Council Agenda will be posted at least 24 hours prior to contmencement of the meeting. The agenda will be posted at the Norwalk City Hall. I. Call to order at 6:30 p.m.-Roll Call of Members II. Approval of Agenda III. Approval of Minutes-June 2, 2011 Regular Coun- cil Meeting IV. Mayor-Welcome of Guests and Public Comment, 3 minute limit, no action Concluded p.10 nership with the Warren County Sheriff's Department. That fundraiser provides us the money we need to con- duct the DARE program. More information will be forth- coming on that event, but it benefits from the generos- ity of our community. We are grateful for the vast ma- jority of residents who have helped create a commu- nity where we DARE not to do drugs. Thank you again for your support. scraps to create on the Norwalk Lions Club Selling Open House MOVIE UNDER July 4th Raffle Tickets THE STARS The Norwalk Lions prior to July 4th. Tickets To Honor Norwalk Parks and Rec-Club is once again selling will also be available for Julie Wells reation is holding a FREE raffle tickets to help cover purchase at several local The Norwalk Easter Outdoor MovieUnderthe the cost of fireworks for businesses. These bust- Public Library Board of Stars! The event will be the July 4th celebration, nesses will be listed in the Trustees is hosting an open held at the Norwalk- This year the Lions Club newspaper in the upcom- house Tuesday, June 21, McAninch Sports Com- has spent approximately ing weeks. Due to the from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in rec- plex, Saturday, June 25, at $17,000 on the fireworks, growth that the city has ognition of the 10 years of 8:30 p.m. (dusk). The tickets sell for $1 each experienced in the past service that Director Julie The Parks and Rec De- or six for $5. years, it is impossible to Wells gave to the library, partment is proud to There will be many, canvas the city by going Wells has done an out- present Little Big League[ many prizes donated byhouse to house. standing job of bringing The movie is rated PG.the Norwalk area met- new direction to the It- Come join the fun and chants that will be given Deadline for brary and most recently an check out the giant 11x17 away after the fireworks. update to the facilities, movie screen Be sure to Winners willbe contacted July 7th Issue Wells has taken the po- bring your own lawn chair and need not be present to sition of director of the or blanket! The movie is win. Norwalk has one of . is Noon Urbandale library. But, be- free for all and concessions the largest, if not the larg- fore she goes to her new will be available, est, fireworks displays in ,,eunesu,=y, job, join us in recognizing Check out Norwalk the area. J her contributions to the Parks and Recreation on Club members willbe -une 29th Norwalk Easter Public Li- Facebook or the city selling the tickets at Scott's brary. Light refreshments website for more informa- Foods and Fareway Food CLOSED will be served, tion. Store at various times MONDAY, JULY 4