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OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER FOR / "%...,.. \ { , . !f,l,,I,,i .... I1,,11,,11 ..... I1,,I, II1,, ,I,,I,,,I,1,11,,,I,,11 AND NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT Vol. 42 No. 4 Norwalk, Iowa 50211 USPS No. 395-120 Phone 981-0406 Thursday, June 17, 2010 Party Before Church Plans The Works Fun at Park Norwalk Area Cham- ber of Commerce will Christ Our Savior again sponsor Party Before Lutheran Church" mem- the Works Friday, July 2, bers will host a fun night from 7 p.m. to midnight at of games, lessons, supper the parking lot of The and crafts at Legacy Park Wright Place, 340 Wright ThurSda~ June 24 from 5- Rd., next to the McAninch 8 p.m. Sports Complex. Bring yourself, yotrr Live music by Standing family and your friends to Hamptons will begin at enjoy an evening Connect- 7:30 p.m. Drinks, food and ing with ethers'in the corn- beer will be available for munity. Supper is pro- purchdse. Pork loin sand- vided. In case of rain, meet wicheswillbeprovidedby at Christ Our Savior Greg Winchell Sr. and Lutheran Church, 515 Greg Winchell Jr. of Young Sunset Dr. Gun's Bar-B-Que. Coolers For more information are not allowed, contact Lisa Carlson at The cost is $5 at the 981-4760 or jalicarlson@ door with children six and msn.com. Look for details under admitted free. There about the next event in will be no special activities July. for youngsters this year. Those attending are to bring lawnchairs. Lions Club Selling July 4th Raffle Tickets Members of the nity State Bank, Country- Norwalk Lions Club are side Golf, Cumming Tap, selling raffle tickets for Daily Grind, Gabby's Res- various prizes to help de- taurant, Harvey'sAut0mo- fray costs of the annualtive and Machine, Inc., Norwalk July 4th Fire- Haskin Chiropractic, N/ works. This year the event Warren Town and County will be celebrated with a News. parade, booths and fire-Norwalk Chamber Of- works on Saturday, July 3. fice, Norwalk City Hall, Tickets are available Norwalk Chiropractic, through members of the Norwalk Hardware, Roll- organization, when com- ing Hills Golf, Rosco's, munity volunteers sell Rudy's, Scott's Foods and f tickets and accelSt dona- Wendy's Ice Cream. tions on a door-to-door Raffle prizes and campaign, and at variousmoney donations are still Norwalk businesses, needed for the fireworks. Members also will be in Individuals and/or busi- front of Scott's Foods and nesses who wish to donate Fareway grocery stores may contact Linda selling tickets from time to Bussanmas and she will time. pick them up or you may Businesses selling tick-drop them off or mail them ets are Barbers Unlimited, to her at 1119 Skylane Dr., Bedwell Gardens, Cal's II, Norwalk, IA 50211. City State Bank, Commu- Car Show At Holmes The Sunset Strip Car Show will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, June 26, at Holmes Chevrolet, 2501 Sunset Dr., Norwalk. All classes are welcome for the Show and Shine event hosted by Holmes Chevrolet and Norwalk Area Cham- ber of Commerce. There is no entry fee. To register for the Car Show, go to www.norwalk chamber.org. Anniversary Open House At Physical Therapy, Sports Medicine Norwalk Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine, 800 Colonial Circle, Ste. 100, is celebrating their six-year an- niversary with an Open House and Customer Appre- ciation Day Wednesday, June 23, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Staff is offering free injury screens and balance screens, as well as hot dogs, chips and door prizes. Walk- ins are welcome for the screens, but customers are en- couraged to call ahead for an appointment at 953-1310. Residents are invited to meet the staff which includes Nicole Smith, PT, and Clinic Manager; Angela Bahr, PT, Vestibular Certified; Dana Owens, PTA, ATC, and Teri Lass, front office coordinator. Rain Delays Derby Start The rain delayed the start of the Soap Box Derby held Saturday, June 12, on Main Street. Results will be in the next issue. Park Fundraiser In Cumming The Cumming Park and Recreation Board is fundraising for additional park amenities with a spe- cial event starting at 7 p.m. Saturday, June 19. Two Cumming businesses, Egnacio's Hall and Wed- ding Chapel and Happy Apple Orchard will host si- multaneous open houses to showcase their services. Anita Enos, owner of Egnacio's, 224 N. 43rd St., will have live music with Janie Hooper and will serve hers d'oeuvres and offer a cash wine bar. Rick and Sue Motzko, owners of Happy Apple Or- chard, 3408 Clarke St., just south of Cumming, will have Coon Pond Karaoke with Charlie, along with food and a beer garden. As an additional treat, PR Party Lines will offer free trolley service between the two venues from 7 to 10 p.m. Guests are encouraged to experience both locations. A portion of pr0ceed will be donated to the Fark Board, Cumrnin~ Park and Recreation board member~ will be in attendance throughout the evening to discuss fu- ture community events and a wish list for the park. Anyone wishing to sponsor a specific park item, or who has questions or suggestions, may contact the Park and Recreation Board at 981-9214. WARREN COUNTY FAIR TO HOST VET CAMP The Iowa Veterinary Medical Association (IVMA) will conduct a "VeterinaryCamp" July 27 from 12 noon to 3 p.m. at the Warren County Fairgrounds in Indianola. Registration is limited to 30. To register call 800-369- 9564. The camp is focused on educating students between the agesof 14 and 18. The goal is to spark their interest in veterinary medicine. Vet Camp will consist of three stations with activities such as learning proper injec- tion sites and techniques, first aid and care of small ani- mals, bandaging, basic physical exam skills and much more. Local veterinarians along with veterinary techni- cians and veterinary students from the area will also be there to help teach, The Iowa Veterinary Medical Association (IVMA) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, member-service organization dedi- cated to the veterinary profession. The IVMA supports member veterinarians and promotes the profession through continuing education, publications and adv0- cacy. Staff photos by Sally Huntoon. dES Dinner June 27 Due to Father's Day, the dES dinner will be held Sun- day, June 27, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Norwalk Ma- g0nic Hall on Main Street. The menu ig m@atball;, pasta, vegetable and dessert for $6 per person. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 Celebrate July 4th in Norwalk Map of July 4th parade route in next issue, along with a list of activities. Party Before The Works on Friday, July 2, and pa- rade, park activities and fireworks Saturday, July 3.