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,.F t Thursday, June 26, 2014 N/Warren Town and County News Page Five .K3~. Bevington The Bevington Garden Club has members from both Warren and Madison Counties. Our addresses include St. Charles, Prole, Martensdale, Norwalk, Cumming and Indianola. They meet each third Wednesday evening of the month with an occasional day trip to various places of interest to the members, such as the Greater Des Moines Botanical Center, homes of members who have an interesting flower garden and an occasional mystery trip. In April the club held its annual April Luncheon at the First Methodist Church in Indianola. A salad luncheon was pro- vided for approximately 135 members of various garden clubs around the area. Nan Ripley from Walk About Gardens was Garden Club- Lmn Grove United Methodist and St. Paul Lutheran to Host Vacation Bible School July 9 the afternoon speaker. Norris, Agricultural Man-Linn Grove United Methodist and St. Paul Lutheran The members met at ager, spoke about the churches will be hosting 'an all day Vacation Bible School the Bevington City Hall changes to the Greater Des program Wednesda3 July 9/from 7:30 a.m. until 6:30 Wednesda May 21. OneMoines Botanical Center as p.m. at St. Paul in Martensdale, of the members reported well as gardening in gen- on the tradition of grave eral. At God's Backyard Bible Camp, children and youth ages 3 through 12 will participate in the large group excite- decorating. Bob Hill Thursday, June 19, in- ment of Backyard Bash, experience God's Word at Back- spoke on his military ex- stead of an evening meet- perience in China in ing, the group had a day yard Bible Club, participate in service projects at Com- which he had a role in one hip to the Garden Barn off munity Corner, plus explore and create through fun- filled crafts, snacks and games. of the most dangerousHwy G24. They brought a Youth ages 13 and older and adults are invited to as- episodes of the war sack lunch and ate at the against Japan as a mem- Garden Barn gazebo. Spar-sist the leaders with the various activities, events and ber of a naval group of klers were brought for the meals throughout the day. guerrillas, intelligence 4th of July Celebration at The Campfire Cookout (dinner meal) is open to all, agents and weather ob- the Norwalk Care Facility. serving from 5 - 6 p.m. A closing program at 6 p.m. will servers behind the Japa- In July, the Bevington round out the day where attendees will share through nese lines in Asia. - Garden Club will have astory and song the main themes: Serve Famil Serve Saturda May 31, sev-garden party at the Friends, Serve Neighbors, Serve Community and Serve eral members cleaned the Bevington Y-Park which Jesus. There is no charge to attend. Bevington Y-Park will include members of To register, go to www.mystpaullutheran.com and click on the registration form. For more information, The Bevington Gardenthe Afton and Winterset contact Pastor GinniOtto at 515-971-6303 or Kim Downs Club was hostess for Dis- Clubs. Teresa Pinkert will tricts IV, V and VII June 2. be the guest speaker at 641-764-2752. The morning speaker, Mesa Shayan, talked State Fair Cooking Contest about composting and the afternoon speaker, Kelly Any type of cool is in-the Iowa Egg Council. vited to participate in the All that is required is "Egg-ceptional Eggs Cook- entering an original recipe ing Contest" at the Iowa. for a salad or appetizer, an State Fair, Friday, Aug. 15. entree or a dessert. The The contest is sponsored by recipe must contain at least 50th Anniversary" Michael and Joanne Gib on open House Sunday, June 29, 1-4 p.m. The Wright Place 340 Wright Rd. Ste E Norwalk VVV j -- BAMBINO'S RESTAURANT Same classic taste now at 2025 Grand Ave., West Des Moines Tues.-Fd., 11 a.m. to close; Sat., 4 p.m. to closq *Tuesday Evening Special Chicken Dinner $9.95 *Wednesday Evening Special 1/2 off any size pizza *Lunch Menu four whole eggs (none of the eggs may be raw) and use 12 or fewer ingredi- ents. Judging will begin at 10:30 a.m. at the Elwell Family Food Center. Win- ners will receive cooking utensils and cash priKes, including $150 for first place overall, $100 for sec- ond place overall and $50 for third place overall. For more contest de- tails, visit www.iowaeg g.org or contact the Iowa Egg Council at 515-727- 4701. 225'4842 Enjoy a West Des Moines address and attend Norwalk Schools at Fox Valley. Large walk )ut lots backing to a pond or Iowa's countryside. i .,'' Quick, Easy drive t to Jordan Creek, downtown, and the airport! F Call for more inf.o: ! ! Allyn Brown JohnAkers Suzy Marker! :: [ -6403 453-5103 453-60 . Directions: Hwy 5 Bypass To SW Connector, South To Maffitt Lake Rd, West To S 20th Or Orilla Rd, South Through 0rilla Development On The West Side Of The Road. Iowa's largest Bible School at St. John the Apostle Youngsters attending "Weird Animals," the summer Bible sdiool event at St. John the Apostle Catholic Church, 720 Or- chard Hills Dr., will learn about the "unconditional love of Jesus" through Bible stories, creative ac- tivities, team-building games and entertaining songs. Registration is open for Weird Animals Vacation Bible School that will meet from 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, July 27- 31, There is no cost to at- tend: "Weird Animals" is open to any child in the Norwalk area from age through fourth grade. In addition, students who have completed fifth grade and above can enjoy a leadership experience as a Bible school volunteer. "We are excited to offer this program where kids can exp6ct the unexpected in lessons and experi- ences," said Bible School Director Judy Corcoran. "Our volunteers will lead wonderful activities that young people will enjoy. They'll carry home their excitement about God in their lives to share with the family." The event will end with a closing program of mu- sic, video and treats on the final evening. To register or for more information, send an email to judycorcoran@gmail .corn or call the parish at 981-4855. (NAPS)--Potholes can damage important steering and suspension components, including shocks and struts. It's a good idea to ask a ser- vice provider to inspect your steering and suspension sys- tem before making any road trips this spring. Learn more at www.monroe.com. To help motorists follow a vehicle maintenance pro- gram, a free digital "Car Care Guide" is available from the Car Care CouncilL-the source of information for the "Be Car Care Aware" cam- - paign promoting regular vehicle care, maintenance and repair--at www.carcare. org/car-care-guide. Even the best windshield wipers won't last forever. A good rule of thumb, say ACDelco specialists, is to replace blades at least yearly, or when you notice a streak, skip or smear. To learn more or find a Professi6nal Service Center, visit www.acdelco.con~