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Page Four N/W en Town d,Coun .iNews ....... Thursday, June 17, 2010 I NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES I Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Sciences, Des Moines, dur- ing the spring 2010 com- mencement ceremony at Hoyt Sherman Audito- rium Friday, April 30. Deanna Hyde received an Associate of Science in Nursing degree and Ashley Starkweather earned a Bachelor of Sci- ence in Nursing degree. Victoria Viggers, daughter of David and ................................. Linda Viggers, Norwalk, The Academic Dean's was named to the spring 2010 Dean's List at North- List for the spring 2010 se- mester at Northwestern western College in St. College in Orange City in- Paul, MN. The Dean's List cludes /371 students, m lu lc tull- imc Lu lent Among those am Jolyssa "with a GPA during the se- Ginkens and Emily Papp,mester of 3.65 (out of 4.0). both of Norwalk. Viggers is pursing a de- The Dean's List in- gree in Finance at North- cludes stude.nts who western. Several Norwalk stu- Jeremy Ward dents have been named to the President's or Dean's Jeremy Ward, Norwalk, List at Mercy College of earned his Bachelor of Arts Health Sciences in Des degree from Simpson Col-Moines for the spring 2010 lege, Indianola, Saturday, semester. May 22. The speaker for Named to the the 143rd commencement President's List for having ceremony was the Honor- a grade "point average able Marsha K. Ternus, (GPA) of 3.75 or higher "Chief Justice of the Iowa were Ruth Coady, Bach- Supreme Court elor of Science in Health Care Administration; Ward graduated with a degree in Physics and Heather Fels, EMT-Para- Honors Mathematics. He medic Certificate; Trisha earned the distinction of Masten, Certificate in Nuclear Medicine Tech- magna cum laude and is a member of the Omicron nology; and Ashley Delta Kappa (ODK) Honor Starkweather, Bachelor of Society. Science in Nursing. This fall, Ward will be Eric Delker was named moving to Winston-Salem,to the Dean's List for a GPA NC to attend Wake Forestbetween 3.5 and 3.749 for EMT-Paramedic Certifi' University to pursue a doctorate degree in phys- cate. ics. He is the son of Michael and Kim Ward, Norwalk. At Iowa State University's spring com- mencement ceremonies in Ames, 3,297 students re- ceived degrees. I0wa State awarded 2,756 under- graduate degrees, 320 master's degrees, 120 vet- erinary medicine degrees and 101 doctor of philoso- phy degrees. Honor awards and de- grees for students from Norwalk included Nicole Cortum, Summa Cum Laude and Honors Pro- gram, Bachelor of Science (BS) in Public Service and Administration in Agri- culture; Sierra Gedler, Magna Cum Laude, BS in Child, Adult and Family Services; Joseph Daniel Greenley, Master of Engi- neering, Industrial and Manufacturing Systems and Mechanical Engineer- ing; Erik Gustafson, Summa Cure Laude, BS, Finance; and Chelsea Prohaska, BA, Anthropol- ogy and International Studies. From Cumming were Emily Brown, BS, Apparel Merchandising, Design and Production, and Sean Sullivan, BA, Journalism and Mass Communica- tion. Three area students were named to the Central College Dean's List for the 2010 spring semester in Pella. Norwalk High School achieved a semester grade point average of 3.50 or above while carrying a minimum of 12 graded hours. Forty-eight of the Collegiate Scholars had perfect 4.0 averages, in- cluding Papp. ................................. Two Norwalk women were conferred degrees by Mercy College of Health pecial Orders All Year Long For The Above, Plus Decorated Cakes, Sugar Cookies, Wedding Cakes. To ordeB call Karrie 515-285-2546 or 515-770-1145. II & AUTO BEEN DOING BUSINESS SINCE We Repair All Makes & Models! 8(]12 Sunset Drive - Norwalk, IA 50211 Phone: 515-981-0649. Residence: 515-287-65 i2 =mmL WE'RE A llAI ) AUTO CARE CENTER REPAIR 1966 C:ER31FtEGI Come Visit Us At The Norwalk Farmer's Market Every Friday From 4 - 7 p.m. At Dollar General Parking Lot. Fresh Baked, Made From Scratch Cinnamon Rolls, Pies, Cookies, Nutbreads & More! HOMEMADE BAKED GOODS BY DARCY & KARRIE A mother~daughter business with over 40 years combined experience. Friday & Saturday 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. Sunday, 1-5 p.m. Closed Sundays (MemorialDay-l_abor Day) LIBRARY HOURS Monday-Thursday 10 a.m.' 8 p.m. Elementary Education and Sarah Phillips, a junior, majoring in Psychology. He is the son of Manny Mendoza and Marlee Mendoza and she is the daughter of Thomas and Dicnc FI illip , Erin Sondag, daughter of Robert and Valerie Sondag, Martensdale, was also named. She is a jun- -ior majoring in Elementary Education. ticipants who plunged into the cold lake and then enjoyed a silent auction, door prizes and a meal. Numerous local and metro contributors helped make the event a huge success. Deputy Randy Spurt noted that with the generosity of everyone involved, they were able to raise $15,000 for Special Olympics of Iowa. The top photo features Norwalk residents Ken Foster, Jason Spurr and Paul Patterson. Photos submitted. 3HEKI[[ Concluded from p.3 vehicle and none to the Moines, was in the cross- pulled into the crossover Raw vehicle, over at G24 waiting to go striking the Morano ve- June 8- 2:20 p.m., inter- south when a second ve- hicle; $2000 damage to the section of G24 and Hwy lqicle; driven by Phillip Morano vehicle and none 65/69: a vehicle driven by West, Jr., 56, Carlisle, was to the West vehicle. Sandra Morano, 69, Des eastbound on G24 and *$$ He who smiles rather than rages is always the stronger. -Romain Gary graduates named were Jonathon Mendoza, a The Warren County Sheriff's Office held its annual Polar Plunge for Special Olym- sophomore, majoring in pics Saturday, April 10, at Lake Ahquabi, south of Indianola. There were 100 par-