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Thursday, June 17, 2010 N/Warren Town,and County News: Page Fifteem SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 Federal tax credits mn out in April 2010 and interest rates are still at a landmark low. Call us today to talk about financing for a new home or rafinancingyour existing residence. National Bank Midwest Call Brad Fuller Phone: 515-221-0101 ~ bfuller@fnbmidwest.com il Start the day off right! t /44 /tt T$ 515-223-1150 P.O. Box 160 Norwalk, Iowa www.kwk .com JDid You Know?J ng Summer Fun For (NAPS)---Two of the most popular astringents are Sea time forun and relaxation. (NAPS)--Summer is a Breeze's Original Formula, a For many, the warm weather blend of camphor, pepper- welcomes a long-awaited trip mint, clove and eucalyptus; to a favorite destination, fam- and its Sensitive Skin ilybarbecues and delicious Astringent, which blendsfoods, or a visit to the local c]eanshg and soRening ing dients such as camphor, dove, eucalyptus and glycerin. water park. But getting the A few budget-friendly activ- most out of your summer ities can make summer doesn't have to break themore magical and memo- bank. Just get a little cre- rable than ever! ative and let the fun find you. Following are a few bud- dows so the kids can easily ' get-friendly activities that buy and sell tickets to friends. are sure to make this sum- Write the featured movie and mer more magical and mere- showtime on poster board and orable than ever: place the ticket booth at the Experience nature, house entrance. And don't for- Pitch a tent in the backyard get to set up a concession with the kids. Pack a light stand full of goodies for those meal of sandwiches and bite- hungry moviegoers. Movie size veggies. For dessert, popcorn and confections like toast marshmallows and NESTLE RAISINETS~ and sandwich them between twoNESTLI~ GOOBERS are sure e'e * The Campaign for Tobacco- Free Kids and other public health advocates are calling on elected officials to support Less Backyard Fun Chocolate ~: Chip Ice Cream ! (Makes 1 serving) 1 gallon-size plastic food storage bag Ice cubes cup rock salt cup NESTI~ NESQIYIK~ Refrigerated Ready- to-Drink Milk Shake or Milk (any flavor) 1 to 2 teaspoons NESTLE TOLL HOUSE Semi-Sweet Chocolate Mini Morsels 1 pint-size plastic food storage bag FILL large bag half full of ice, then add rock salt. Seal the bag. PLACE Nesquik and proven measures to reducegraham crackers with half to be crowd favorites, morsels into the small t0bacc0 use and its devastat- of a NF~TL~ Crunch bar and * Beat the heat by mak- bag; seal. Place the small i ing toll. For more informa- you ve got your very owning homemade ice cream, bag inside the large bag tion, visit www.kickbutts s'more. No fire? Microwave "My kids love making their and reseal large bag. day.org and www.tobacce the marshmallows for an own ice cream," said Chris SI~kKE for 3 to 5 minutes freekids.org. , equally delicious treat. Don't Garbeski, manager at Nestl~ or until the mixture is the forget to tell spooky stories Corporate Kitchens (and consistency of soft ice "Fleas are known for their with the glow of a flashlight, mother of 6-year-old triplets!), cream. Remove small bag, quick breeding capabilities Buy or build your "This recipe for Backyard Fun wipe off the top and then and a handful on your pet can own watersHde. Visit your Chocolate Chip Ice Creamopen it carefully. Enjoy! quickly turn into hundreds in local home store and pur- started out as a kindergarten Cook's Tip: This recipe your home if left unchecked," said Missy Henriksen, vice president of public affairs for the National Pest Manag- ement Association. "A pest professional can help eradi- cate an infestatio~" For more information, visit www.pest world.org. chase a large tarp. Place it science project but it turned will make about 1 scoop on a hill, facing downward, out to be so much more. It's of ice cream, so double the Lay the water hose on the something the kids can help recipe if you want more. slide and lubricate with dish with while getting lots of Nutritional Analysis Per soap, making sure the water laughs and learning a bit Serving: 110 calories (35 calo- is running constantly. Run, about science. 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