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Page Four N/Warren Town and~unty News Thursday, June 25, 2015 NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES [ Brianna Smith, 12-year-old daughter of Brian Smith, Norwalk, has been collecting pop tabs for the Ronald McDonald House. Her family has been helping her collect the tabs. Staff photo. Salem Hildebrandt, Business Administration. Office Specialist. Onstot, the son of Hannah Hill, Shayna Also, from Prole, Jor- From Prole were Jose- Donald and Brenda Onstot Holle, Kelsey McLaughlin dan Bown, Brianne Con- lyn Miller, Liberal Arts, of Carlisle, is a member of and Samantha Riordan. nor and Bethany Phillips, and Robert Rice, Electron- Warren County Three Riv- The following students Liberal Arts. ics, Robotic. ers 4-H club where he has were named to the Dean's held a variety of leader- List at Simpson College for the spring semester. To be named to the Dean's List, a student must have a GPA of 3170-3.99. Included were Robert Lundquist, Christopher Nickel and Joseph Samuelson from Norwalk and Hali VanVelzen, Des Moines Area Com- munity College also re- leased the names of stu- dents eligible for the Spring Semester Dean's List. To be eligible, a stu- dent must have earned a 3.5 to 3.99 grade point av- erage. From Norwalk were Cumming. Sarah Braun, Hayes Brees- er, Samantha Brooner, Des Moines Area Com- Katie Cole, Jordan Ford, munity College President Alexis Frank, Adam Hog- Rob Denson recently re- an, Tabor Nunez, Karson More than 1,300 stu- dents graduated from the Spring Semester from Des Moines Area Community College's (DMACC's) An- keny, Boone, Carroll, New- ton, Urban and West Cam- puses. From Norwalk were Hayes Breeser, Alexandria Davis, Nicholas Dohlman, Alexis Frank and Jerri Viti- toe, Liberal Arts and Lisa Mower~ Business Admin- istration. ship positions. He has also been elected to numerous leadership positions within his high school in- cluding student council, class president and Na- tional Honor Society. Ma- joring in animal science, Garrett will attend Iowa State University with the goal of becoming a Veteri- nary Pathologist. He hopes this career path will help him "fix the unfixable and cure the incurable." leased the names of stu- Ninety-one students from Iowa State University in Ames were initiated into Phi Beta Kappa at a ceremony May 3. Phi Beta Kappa was founded in 1776 at the College of Wil- liam and Mary in Virginia and is the nation's oldest and most prestigious hon- orary society. It recognizes students for outstanding academic achievement in a broad curriculum in the liberal arts and sciences. Initiated was Jacob Pe- ters, Norwalk, Political Science major and History second major. He gradu- ated from Norwalk High School in 2011. lowing: Talitha Beattie, Samuel Bergan, Michael Bockholt, Katelyn Camp- bell, Nicole Donlin, Rach- el Fielweber, Kenzie Ham- lett, Kristi Newhall, Megan Patava, Heather Powers, Shelby Siebert, Megan Seymour and Erin Sharp, all of Norwalk. To be included on the list, a student must have earned a grade point of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale, while taking at least 12 hours of graded work dur- ing the semester. The following students were named to the President's List at Simpson College in Indianola, for Students named to the the spring semester. To be Spring 2015 semester named to the President's Dean's List at the Univer- List, a student must have sity of Northern Iowa ina GPA of 4.0. Cedar Falls include the fol- Norwalk students are dents eligible for the Spring Semester Presi- dent's List. To be eligible, a student must have earned a 4.0 grade point average. Those recognized from Norwalk were Erin Braun, Paralegal; Noah Daniels, Sara Gladson, Michaela Henke, Jacob Kloster- mann, Jaycie Owens, Brianna Siple3~ Mary Sul- livan and Jerri Vititoe, Lib- eral Arts; Caitlin Ferden and Ashley Rench, Early Childhood Education; Harrison Hayward, Culi- nary Arts; Burt Hixen- baugh, Computer Lan- guages; Stephanie Izagu- irre, Human Services; Cassie Kitterman, Practical Nursing; Lisa McGilvra, Associate General Studies; Katie Morrisse36 Realtime Reporting; Lisa Mowery, Olerich, Bradley Schiller, Kendall Sinclair, Blake Smith-McCormick, Juliana Stahle and Joseph Vivone, Liberal Arts; Ethan Car- penter, Michael Kathol, Business Administration; Joseph Klostermann, Man- agement; Katie McKinne3~ Early Childhood Educa- tion; Gary Ramquist, Fire Science Technology, and Abigale Sievers, Medical Great Western Bank 4- H Scholarship has been awarded to Garett Onstot of Carlisle, through the Iowa 4-H Foundation. The winner had to be a partici- pating member in 4-H, hold a major in the Iowa State University College of Agriculture and Life Sci- ences and show promise in career plans. Warren County 4-H'er Hannah McCoy, Hartford, received a state 4-H pho- tography project award. McCo~ 15, the daughter of Tim and Kathy MCCoy has completed projects on photography, food and nutrition, leadership, com- munication and citizen- ship. She has served as Concluded p. 5 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Sheriffs Levy Sale IN. THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR WARREN COUNTY rATE OF IOWA ) ):SS WARREN COUNTY ) NlYrlCEOF LEVY PLNNTIFF: JPMC SPECIALTY MORTGN3E LLC 5LICCE~(~ IN INTERST TO DE~DANT: CHIT'rEHDEN, TRL~WOR oE r oA.T: NOE. OEFENOANT: CH[FTENOEN, J Q~ ime Get your vehicle ready for summer trips. 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