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Thursday, June 17, 2010 N/Warren Town and County News Page Three NORWALK PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT LINE OFFICE INFORMATION opportunity for the police officers to build a positive POLICE REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. I Jung Norwalk was charged Officer was dispatched with Harassment 3rd. to the 600 block of Orchard Officer was dispatched Hills Drive to investigate to the 700 block of a Harassment report. In- Beardsley Street to inves- Pick up registration forms 24 hours a day at the Parks and Recreation office or print them off our website: www.ci.norwalk.ia.us. You can mail registrations forms, place them in our drop box or walk in. Our office is located at 1100 Chatham Ave. (Public Safety Bldg.). Of- fice hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday thru Fri- day. The drop box is open 24/7! If you have any ques- tions, please call us at 981-9206, Online registration is ready!!! (See below.) UPCOMING REGISTRATIONS Junior Golf Camp, through June 18; Junior Police Academ~ through June 18; Junior Fire School, through June 18. Mad Science of Iowa, through June 21; Art in the Park, June 21 through July 2; Norwalk Family TaeKwonDo, June 21 through July 2; Fall Soccer, K Soc- cer, Just 4 Kicks, June 28 through July 9. ANNOUNCEMENTS Adventureland discount tickets are here. There are over 100 rides, shows and attractions. There is a com- plete NEW waterpark with 13 water slides, a gigantic Lazy River, Private Cabana Rentals, Sand Beach Sun Deck, Swimming Pool and Swim-up Bar. Now two com- plete parks all for one price. Stop up and get yours to- day. ADULT COED SOFTBALL g/eekl Gone Postal 0-1 Lakewood Synergy 1-0 Last Year's Warriors 0-0 Master Batters 1-0 Off Constantly 0-1 LAP SWIM HOURS FOR ADULTS bridge with the youth of the community. Cadets will take part in fingerprinting, investigating a crime scene, taking photos, casting footprints and running an obstacle course. Each student will receive a t-shirt at the end of the week. Registration Dates: Through June 18; Pro- gram Dates: July 5 through July 9 (students who com- pleted third and fourth grades), July 12 through July 16 (students who completed fifth and sixth grades); Time: 10 a.m. to Noon; Location: Norwalk Public Safety Build- ing; Cost: $20 resident/S23 non-resident; Max: 12 stu- dents/class. NORWALK JUNIOR FIRE SCHOOL Learn basic firefighter skills to include use of fire hoses, ladders, hand tools, fire investigation and breath- ing apparatus training. Basic first aid and ambulance equipment will also be demonstrated. Fire department staff will be coordinating this fun program. Registra- tion Dates: Through June 18; Program Dates: July 19 through July 23 (students who completed third through sixth grades); Time: 10 a.m. to Noon; Location: Norwalk Public Safety Building; Cost: $23 ($20 with resident dis- count); Max: 12 students. MAD SCIENCE OF IOWA Foundations of Future Energy - Camp "A" This future energies camp version "A" will focus on: electricity basics-what is it, how does it flow and how does it do its work; global climatic change gases-what are the3 where do they come from and what are the scientific truths and falacies about them...also, we will incorporate sun spot activity using the same methodol- ogy; the many powers of lasers-current and futuristic; an array of alternative energy experiments different than Adults who wish to swim taps may do so from noon the ones offered in camp version "B'..."super power to 1 p.m. seven days a week and from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. The diving board and slide will be closed during this time. Dates of Program: Through Aug. 26; Cost: $1 (free with a season pass). ~AND WILD CLUB The Wet and Wild Club is for students who have just completed grades fifth through seventh. The club will meet Monday nights through August 9 from 8:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Days: Monday evenings; Time: 8:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Cost: $1.50 per night (season passes are not good for this activity). FAMILY SWIM HOUR Enjoy a family hour together at our pool. All chil- dren must be accompanied by an adult that is at least 18 years or older. Dates of Program: June 13, 20, 27, July 11, 18, 25, Aug. 1, 8, 15; Days: Sunday evenings; Time: 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.; Cost: $4 per family (free with a season pass). M LACE SOCCER CAMP The 2010 camp will be held July 5-8 at the Norwalk- McAninch Sports Complex. Cost is $100. Check the w'ebsite www.MenaceSoccer.com for more information or email ajs@menacesoccer.com. J;~;~ 2010_JUNIOR GOLF CAMP Back by:popular demand! Rolling Hills Golf Course along withNorwalk Parks and Recreation has partnered to bring you the 2010 Junior Golf Camp.This camp is for children ages 6 to 15. The camp will focus on golf swing techniques, rules of the game and golf course eft- .quette. Each of these components fs vital to an enjoy- able, life-long golf experience. The camp will conclude with a tournament on the final day;Registration Dates: Through June 18; Program Dates: June 21-24; Days: Monday-Thursday; Time: 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.; Location: experiments on the future!" There are four wonderful hands-on make-&-takes for this camp, also different than the ones in "B." First Week: Days: Tuesday and-Wednes- day; Dates: July 6 and 7; Time: 9 a.m.-12 p.m. (kids en- tering 1~t-3rd grade in 2010/11 school year); 1 p.m.-4 p.m. (kids entering 4~-6th grade in 2010/11 school year). Sec- ond Week: Days: Monday and Tuesday; Dates: August 2 and 3; Time: 9 a.m.-12 p.m. (kids entering 1st-3rd grade in 2010/11 school year); 1 p.m.-4 p.m. (kids entering 4th- 6th grade in 2010/11 school year). Registration: Ends Monday, June 21 for $59. Late Registrations ends Mon- day, June 28 for $69. Foundations 0f Future Energy- Camp "B" (totally different programming from Camp "A"). This future energies camp version "B" will focus on: advanced electricity-how is it generated now and op- tions for the future; Electr0magnetism-its r01e in cur, rent electricity processes and options for the future; l he Electromagnetic Wave Spectrum-the entire energy spec- trum, including the visible portion and options for the future; Heat Energy-the current geothermal process, and options for the future. The alternative energy "super power experiments of the future" in this camp are to- tally different than the ones in camp version "A." There are four wonderful hands-on make-&-takes for this camp, also different than the one in "A." Week 1: Days: Thursday and Friday; Dates: July 8 and 9; Times: 9 a.m.- 12 p.m. (kids entering lst-3rd grade in 2010/11 school Concluded p.5 CIW STATE formation was gathered and forwarded to the War- ren County Attorney. Officer was dispatched to the 1300 block of Cherry Parkway in reference to a Suspicious Subject. Curtis Lee Emrich, 18, of Norwalk was arrested and charged with Publi4 In- toxication. hae; officer was dispatched to the 200 block of Sunset Drive to investigate a Property Damage Acci- dent. Vehicle driven by Kimberly Marie Soukup, 48, of Martensdale was struck by a dog that ran onto the roadway. Officer was dispatched to the 600 block of Colo- nial Circle to investigate a Burglary report. Case is currently under investigation. Officer was dispatched to the 1200 block of Casady Drive in reference to a Suspicious Activity. David' Jacob Ellis, 28, of Norwalk was arrested and charged with Possession of Pornographic/Obscene Material. Officer was dispatched to the 4700 block of Lake- wood Drive to investigate a Theft report. Case is cur- rently under investigation. Officer was dispatched to the 600 block of Cherry Street to investigate a No Contact Order Violation. Case forwarded to the Warren County Attorney for review. Officer impounded a motor vehicle registered to Sherwin Eugene Cook, 43, of Norwalk in the 2100 block of Norwood Drive that was in violation of the city parking ordinance. Officer was dispatched to the 1500 block of Sunset Drive in reference to a Ha- rassment report. Jacob Riley Schroeder, 20, of .:~:~zi~i,:, tigate a Theft report. Case is pending further investi- gative leads. J_uae_10 While on patrol, officer initiated a traffic stop and Steven Linn Landers, 54, of Norwalk was charged .... . with Driving While Li- cense Under Suspension. Officer was dispatched to the 900 block of E. 17th Street to investigate a Civil Disturbance. A Norwalk juvenile, 16, was arrested and charged with Interfer- ence With Official Acts and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. SHERIFF'S REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. June1 A rural Prole man re- ported a possible internet crime of obscenity; the complaint remains under investigation. hat4 LaShonna Callahan re- ported damage to her resi- dence when a roof was spraypainted; $500 dam- age. hne Officers received a re- port of a 16-year-old male juvenile runaway from the rural Indianola area; re- mains under investigation. R. MiChael Morrisson, rural Norwalk,: reported a lost or stolen license plate. A Des Moines man re- ported telephone harass- ment occurring north of Indianola; incident re- mains under investigation. Kim Soukup, Martens- dale, reported her home entered; taken were iPod and cash, valued at $800. KCCID3KNT May 24 ~ 11 p.m., Hwy 65/69 just north of G24: a vehicle driven by Caroline Schoonover struck a deer on the road; $3000 damage to her vehicle. Rolling Hills Golf Course; Cost: $5 (free will donations our newest June 3- 7:30 a.m., Dela- will be accepted in additiontothe fee to help cover the ware Street and 113 Av- cost of prizes, equipment, etc.) ....[ARTR enue east of Norwalk: a L Do you miss seeing your friends during the summer? vehicle driven by Michael iiiii!ii:ii : ........ Raw, 62, Indianola, was Stop and enjoy their company at the park while making ......... ::~::~i~*: special arts and crafts projects. Kids meet once a month Gity ot~"-t-,Bank- goingSUthbUndaroundn I a13thcurveand on a Friday and create a different project each time. This program is for students who just completed Kindergar- Committed to our com nities 895 when a second vehicle, ten through sixth grade. Time: 2 p.m:to 3:15 p.m.; Lo' I OW an0 r location l0 eip you better! i): driven byStevenDowne 46, rural Norwalk, was cation: Windflower Park; Instructor. Nancy Kuehl; Cost: $10 resident/S11.50 non-resident; Min/Max: 5/20 par- eastbound on Delaware ..... and also entering the ticipants; Program Date: July 9; Registration Dates: June Grimes * tnd: ii Madrid * Matter.dale curve; Downey went into ............. Norwalk ...... the ditch to avoid contact with the Raw-vehicle, but was still sideswiped; $1500 damage to the Downey Concluded p.4 21 to July 2. NIOR POLICE ACADEMY The Norwalk Police Department is again conducting the Junior Police Academy for the City of Norwalk. The program is a partnership between the Parks and Recre- ation Department and the Norwalk Police and is an L P