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Thursday, July 1, 2010 /- IL,'i...,,JI , lJ L.r.._'.LI:.HL._-.:+JJflI,I,LJdIII[:]!!!-llll ' N/Warren Town and County News Page Five CHURCH 4-H News The North River Limelighters 4-H Club held its june membership meeting Wednes- day, June 16 at the Linn Grove Church. Special guest, Marine Lemonon from France was in attendance and observed as the club recited the Pledge of Allegiance. Lemonon is in Iowa through the French Club at the Norwalk High School and is hosted by Jessie and Jenna Manatrey. Daniel Obley gave a demonstration on dog obedience with his dog, Casey. Casey performed like a champ. Photos submitted. Suppo Group The Des Moines Area Parkinson's Disease Sup- port Group will meet at 4 p.m., Wednesday, July 7, at New Hope United Meth- odist Church, 4525 Beaver Ave. in Des Moines. The topic will be "Bet- ter Choices, Better Health." The speaker will be Tammy Keiter, plan- ning specialist with the Polk County Health De- partment. All persons with Parkinson's Disease and their family members and friends are welcome to at- tend. For more informa- tion or to be added to the mailing list for the sched- ule of meetings, call 515- 241-3445. LIBRARY HOURS Monday- Thursday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday, 1-5 p.m. Closed Sundays (MemorialDay-IAxr Day) NORWALK TIREOAIITO CENTER 1010 Sunset Drive (Hwy 28) Norwalk, IA 50211 (515) 981-4522 Tow Service & Jump Start Service Available. 1010 Sunset Dr., (Hwy 28), Norwalk Across From Dollar General $20 OFF ANY FLUSH Transmission Flush Cooling System Flush Power Steering Flush Brake Flush Differential Flush 1 and SOCIAL Fun Fest 2010 Fellowship Community Church, 225 North Ave., welcomes children to its annual Fun Fest event Wednesday through Fri- day, July 14, 15 and 16, from 9 to 11:30 a.m. This free event will include pro- grams and activities for children from four years old (by September 15) up to and including those en- tering the sixth grade in the fall. This year's theme is "The Egypt File", which focuses on unraveling the mysteries of life and will feature entertaining drama presentations, crafts, games and snacks. FCC will conclude Fun Fest with "Egypt File Friday Night" at 7 p.m. Friday, July 16. Transportation to the event will be available if requested. For more information about or to register online for Fun Fest, visit the church website  at www.fccnorwalk.org or contact the church office at 981-0699. Vacation Bible School St. John the Apostle Catholic Church's Vaca- tion Bible School entitled "High Seas Expedition" Exploring the Mighty Love of God, will take place from Sunday, July 18, to Thursday, July 22, at the church drawing chil- dren from all over the area. The program runs from 6 to 8 p.m. Do you know a child interested in meeting new friends, creating amazing crafts, performing swash- buckling Bible adventures, creating incredible music or enjoying lip-smacking snacks? Calling all kids of preschool to fourth grade (for 2010-2011 year) to join us for a "High Seas Expe- dition" Exploring the Mighty Love of God. Melinda K. Linn and Sean M. Stickrod Plan August Wedding Announcement has been made of the engagement and approaching marriage of Melinda K. Linn to Sean M. Stickrod, both of Des Moines. Parents of the couple are Michael and Connie Linn of Norwalk and Keith and Sharon Stickrod of Carroll. Miss Linn is a 2005 graduate of Norwalk High School and also from AIB in Des Moines. She works for Iowa Health Systems. Mr. Stickrod graduated in 2002 from Kuemper High School in Carroll and attended Grand View College in Des Moines. He is employed at D Web Ware. The wedding is planned for Saturday, Aug. 14, at Grace Lutheran Church with the reception at Holiday Inn in West Des Moines. Following a honeymoon in the Bahamas, they will reside in Beaverdale. SHERIFF'S REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Iune Karen Tom!inson, rural New Virginia, reported while parked at the Martensdale gas station, she was struck by another vehicle which left the scene; her vehicle sus- tained $1000 damage; inci- dent remains under inves- tigation. Commercial Business & Fleet Accounts welcome. We work with all National Accounts like Keep Your Business Local Norwalk Businesses lll Are Here to Serve You. 981-4522 18 montW18,000 mile warranty on all parts installed. www.norwalktirecentcr.com Mon.-Fri., 7:30-6 p.m.; Sat., 7:30-noon NC Working? Smacked a curb? Hit a Complete Auto Repair Center pothole? Alignment ,Oil Change ,Shocks/Struts FREE Special-S69.95 .Gas or Diesel Repairs ,Exhaust Inspection We hook up all 4 wheels ,Brakes .Electrical ARI, PH & H, $20 OFF & set front toe, Rear ,Alignments ,NC Repairs Voyager, MAP. A/C Service adjust extra. ,Diagnostics ,Suspension res 'Fluid Flush/Service NO REPAIRSARE DONE WITHOUT YOUR AUTHORIZATION. i. A Greenfield Plaza woman reported possible violation of a no-contact order; incident remains under investigation. Jne Marvin Perry, rural Prole, reported log chains taken from an outbuilding where he lives. Brian Fritz, Greenfield Plaza, reported his home was entered by forcing a door; $200 damage to the door; nothing taken. A 16- year-old male juvenile was referred to juvenile court in connection with the in- cident. Jacob Azinger, Urban- dale, reported while "stay- ing at a rural Norwalk resi- dence, unknown parties operated his 2004 pickup without his authorization. The truck was returned with an unknown amount of damage and missing a $200 iPod. Max Steigleder, rural Carlisle, reported an out- building at his farm en- tered; taken were tools val- ued at $1500. unJune19 Officers received a re- Concluded p.9