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) Norwalk Warriors Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District [ Page Eight N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, June 26, 2014 Norwalk Middle School 2nd Semester Honor Roll 2013-2014 School Year 6th Grade Students with GPA of 4.0: Jordan Bandy, Kendal Bierstedt, Jason Brooner, Morgan Chambers, Brett Dawson, Rachel Gavin, Elizabeth Gideon, Camryn Gftchrist, Nicole Good, Emily Kehoe, Grace Laman, Haley Mudge, Eva Newland, Caia Niemeyer, Lillian Quade, Tarynn Rodman, Annika Schulz, Pauline Scribano. 6th Grade Students with GPA of at least 3.0 up to 3.99: Sophie Adams, Carson Allbee, Scott Anderson, Jordan Ander- son, Caleb Belden, Angelo Bellizzi, Phillip Benson, Nicholas Bergan, Taylor Bergan, Lauren Bice, Justin Biggerstaff, Bowen Born, Abbigail Bowles, Liam Buckley, Karsyn Bunnell, Peyton Burns, Ayden Case, Br indon Chapman, Zach Chasten, Tucker Christensen, Ben- jamin Clark, Samuel Clar Alexis Cooper, Ellie ,Cox, Abigail Davitt, Grace "Dickson, Mackenzie Don- ald, Logan Duffy, Breana Duffy, Emily Ellis, Ethan Fetters, Lauren Fick, Tanner Foltzm, Dillon Fouts, Isabelle Fox, Phoebe Fox, Mykaela Frank, Alexis Frazier, Tyler Gearhart, Skyler Gillmore, Vanessa Hautekeete, Alexis Helm, Jordanne Hensle Samuel Hester, Lucy Higgins, Sheldon Hill, Macie Hoch, Benjamin Hoodjer, Saman- tha Hoover, Jack Houk, Leona Hudson, Jade Iliff, Riley Jermier, Tyler Johnson,'Shawna Johnson, Abigail Johnson, Draye Johnson, Austin Jones, Noah Jones, Natalie Jones, Kyle Joniak, Grace Kiboko, Dean Kimball, Gavin King, Jacob Klyn, Allison Kreider, Tevka Lackmann, .Nathan Lane, Tyrus Lankford, Cacy Larson, Drew Leek, Ty Leeper, Rachel Lesle3 Alec Lester, Emma Lowe Danes, Mason Lucas, Caden Maher, Zachary.Marker, Amora Martinez, Travis McCombs, Emma McKa} Matthew Morgan, Briana Morrisse3 Miranda Mur- ph36 Logan Neifert, Blake Neff, Kaylee Ollila, Summer Onken, Madison Onstot, Matthew Palen, Tessa Palmer, Mad Palmer, Lani Patterson, Cole Paulsen, Jonathan Percy, Jordan Petersen, Devon Pollard, Brianna Pomero Joseph Puente, Abigail Quick, Taylor Redenius, Hanna Reeg, Jason Rees, Kathryn Reeves, Stephen Reid, Gracie Roberts, Hannah Roberts, Tyler Robertson, Emma Schaefer, Elaina Schumacher, Dylan Sch- wer Madison Seel Cade Sherwood, Abby Silvers, Asldton Simpson, Charles Slaugh, Taylor Smith, Joslyn Sperr3 Hayden Stedman, Elizabeth Steele, Kyla Stiegelmeier, Creighton Sup, Madison Sweet, Marissa Swenson, Aaron Taylor, Lucas Taylor, Tim- othy Thielen, Jack Timms, Sarah VanAmburg, Ethan Vetterick, Evan Voogd, Eliza Weaver, Elise Wermer- skirchen, Garrett Westvold, Blake Whitaker, Lucy White, Rebecca Wigg, Aubrey Williamson, Sa- vannah Yeager, Nohemi Zarate, Madison Zimmer- man. 7th Grade Students with GPA of 4.0: Camden Arnold, Gianna Bellizzi, Ana Eagan, John Lundberg, Allie Ollfta, Nicholas Serck. 7th Grade Students with GPA of at least 3.0 up to 3.99: Luke Age36 Jenna Age36 Jackson Arbogast, Colton Ar. mstrong, Annie Balk, Madison Ballard, Levi Benes, Jordan Brandov , Megan Bryan, Abigail Burgmeyer, Emma BurneR, Peyton Capp, Andrew Castaneda, Hanna Chang, Blake Chittenden, Rebecca Christiansen, Anthony ClarkWilt, Isabelle Cobum, Tamara Collins, Adam Connelly, Karly Cooper, Grace Crady, Jocilynn Craig, Zachary Cretsinger, Jaden Deal, Rylee Downe Tanner Dunn, Zachary Dye, Hana Eltjes; Kathryn Faust, Brant Fisher, Jack Foster, Ethan Froehlich, Julia Frost, Alex Fuller, Carter Funk, Jake Gaumer, Grade Geist, Matthew Gibbs, Andrew Good, Gina Goshon, Peiton Grant, Ty Guzel Daduryan, Drew Hall, Jayden Hansen, Seth Hanson, Seth Harper, Steven Hart, Caitlin Heft, Maya Hjelden, Bailey Hochstein, Haftey Hraha, Hannah Jameson, George Johnson, Karl Jones, Jacob Joss, Lily Kallenbach, Morgan Keen, Allison Kell3 Emma King, Bryce Kohls, Tate Krichau, Sara Langenfeld, Ashley Lued- tke, Owen Martin, Taylor Martinez, Noah McDonald, Mikayla McGraw, Valereya Monakhova, Shane Mora, Maya Morrisse Christian Nicholson, Jakob Patterson, Evelyn Platner, Kylie Potratz, Carter Ralston, Carson Raper, Hanna Raymond, Emily Richard- son, Nolan Ridout, Jack Riordan, Ellie Riter, Alex Rodriquez, Kobey Sad- doris, Heather Schirm, Carter Schmidt, Nicolas Schreck, Noah Schumacher, Kylie Simpson, Nathan Spurr, Dylan Spurr, Ella Stafford, Laura Stefan, Colt Stewart, Brooke Stoffel, Maxwell Sutcliffe, Ethan Verwers, Cale Voitel, at the 1051 Noah Ave. * 981-0217 :iiil Registration for the Summer Reading program continues through July 11. Saturday, June 28 Baby & Me, 9 - 9:30 a.m. For babies not yet walking, join us for an early literacy class, which includes lap-sit stories, finger plays and songs - all designed for babies. Care providers should bring a soft blanket to lay the baby on the floor. Expect full interaction with the little ones and some helpful tips on early literacy skills you can use at home. This storytime is designed for a 1:1 or2:1 adult to child'ratio and lasts approximately 15 to 20 minutes. Wee Ones, 9:30-10 a.m. For babies walking up to 22 months of age. Join us for an early literacy class, which includes lap-sit stories, finger plays, sign language and songs - all designed for toddlers. Expect full interaction with the little ones and some helpful tips on early literacy skills you can use at home. This storytime is designed for a 1:1 or 2:1 adult to child ratio and lasts approximately 15 to 20 minutes. Warren County Parks. Presented by the Warren County Conservation Board, this self-directed tour continues during library hours through July 5. Tuesday, July 1 Pre-Scheol Story Time, 10:30 - 11 a.m. Designed for 3 -5-year-old children. En- joy books, songs, flannel boards, movement activities and more. Kids Lego Club, 1 - 2 p.m. For kindergarten through 4th grade. If you love Legos, stop at the library to build your own creation. The library provides all Legos and no registration is required. Wednesday, July 2 Kids Craft Club, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. If you love making crafts, join us for lots of creativity at Kids Craft Club. Stop in and create a masterpiece! Thursday, July 3 Toddler Time, 10:30- 11 a.m. Designed for 18 months to 3-year-old children. Join us for stories, finger plays, songs and flannel boards. Friday, July 4 The Library will be closed in observ/mce of Independence Day (but come see our float in the parade!) JUNIOR 4-H PROJECT DAY A SUCCESS! Caelyn Ward-Loffredo, ............. Kennedi Wright, Chloe Zierke. The front tire on a motor- cycle disperses water at three times the rate of the rear tire. In-Floor ~ Geothermal Heating "Insured & Certified" SALES - SERVICE ~ REPLACEMENT BATHROOMREMODEL In preparation for the 2014 Warren County Fair, Junior 4-Hers (4th, 5th and 6th graders) created hone -bee door stops from pavers donated by Marie Henr Leader of Shootihg Stars 4-H Club; wall-hangers out of recycled tin cans; and t-shirt brace- lets. The t-shirts were donated by Megan Henry, Warren Extension and Outreach Summer Assistant. The craft supplies needed to complete the projects were do- nated by Walmart. Photo submitted. Food Preservation 101 "FoodPreservation 101" sponsored by Theisen's Home, Farm and Auto and War- ren County Extension and Outreach will be presented Wednesday, July 16, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Theisen's, 2312 North Jefferson Way in Indianola. Food Preservation 101 is a fun overview for parents and school-age children on the old-time (and still prac- tical!) arts of drying, freezing, pickling, hot-water bath and pressure canning fruits and vegetables. Find out about the equipment, time and money each method re- quires. Learn how to avoid common food preservation mistakes. Take home recipes and complete food preservation instructions from your Warren County Extension Office. No food preparation or actual food preservation will be done in class. 4-H mem- bers willreceive information on canning for 4-H Fair Exhibit. Reserve early. Spaces are Hmited. To Register: Emaft mkrisco@iastate.edu.