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S, :.00HOOL and S]? I Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District I Page Eight i N/Warren Town and County News Norwalk Warriors Thursday, June 19, 2014 SADD STUDENTS VISIT LAKEWOOD:ELEMENTARY / The 6th and 7th grade Students Against Driving Drunk (SADD) students recently visited Lakewood Elementary to share their presentations they created. Presentations included texting and driving, weight issues, tobacco, drinking and driving and bullying. Each group made a PowerPoint presentation and created hands-on activil;ies for the 5th graders to do. Students were given just enough food to represent what a person with anorexia would ingest on a daily basis. Students simulated bullying by role playing. Students pictured are the representatives of SADD this year. They participated in special events such as Red Ribbon Week, Bullying Week and Cancer Awareness Week. They concluded theyear with creating their presentationsffor the Lake- wood 5th graders. Students had to drink out of a large straw and a small straw to represent how the lungs can't support air when someone smokes. Norwalk Girls Basketball Summer Camp The Norwalk gifts bas- ketball program will be having camps this summer for players entering grades 2nd-8th. If you are inter- ested in having your daughter attend, there is still time to sign up. Go to the Norwalk main webpage to download the camp flier. Go Lady War- riors! BACKYARD COOKING WORKSHOP Warren County Exten- sion and Outreach pre- sents a two-day Backyard Cooking Workshop from'9 a.m. until 3 p.m., Monda) June 30, and TuesdaN July 1. Open to 4-H youth who have completed 4th-12th grades and non-members as space allows, the work- shop will cover grilling meats Monday and smok- ing meats Tuesday. Each day participants will cook their own lunch; at the end of the second day they will take their smoked baby rack of ribs home to their families. This is a hands-on cooking experience, Which indudes food safety. The cost for the work- shop is $15. Registration is required since space is lim- ited. Call Warren County Extension at 515-961-6237 to register, or to obtain ad- ditional information. Students had to walk a line with glasses that are cov- ered in Vaseline to simulate drinking and driving. Students were asked to text a message while they walked a straight line. Photos submitted. COUNTY FAIR ENTRY Entries in all departments for the 2014 WArren County Fair Will begin from noon until 7 p.m., Monday, June 23, through Frida June 27, and from 8 a.m. until noon Saturday, June 28. All entries will take place at Warren'County Exten- sion (west door entrance) locate d in the USDAbuilding (lower level) at 909 E. Second Ave., Indianola. Entry fees, stall rent and fees for Veterinarian Ser- vice are due at entry. ,