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Thursday, July 7, 2011 N/Warren Town and County News Page Seven ___BU' SIN '" 'E•  '' ' ' " Ankeny Disc Golf The 19 'h annual Ankeny Summerfest Heritage Park Disc Golf Tournament will be held July 8, 9 and 10 as part of Ankeny Summer- fest activities. This is a Pro- fessional Disc Golf Asso- ciation (PDGA) sanctioned C- tier nationwide event. This tournament is for youth, recreational and the more advanced men and women disc golfers. Frida July 8, the youth will play nine or 18 holes. Registration for youth starts at 4:30 p.m. and Tee Time will be 6 p.m. Satur- day, July 9, the tournament will begin at 9:30 a.m. with registration starting at 7:30 a.m. for Intermediate and Novice (recreational). These divisions will play 36 holes. Intermediate players (men and women) ar6 those who have been playing for a while, but have" not played many tournaments. The Interme- diate Division will play two rounds of 18 holes, with a lunch break be- tween rounds. Recre- ati9nal will play one rotund of 18 holes. There will be a recreational or novice category of both men and women. Open (pro) and Ad- vanced Players will play Sunday, July 10, with Tee time of 9:30 a.m. The categories for Friday's youth rounds are for both boys and girls. Divisions are 11 and un- der, 12-14, 15-17 and 18-20. The 10 and under divi- sions will play nine holes, all other youth divisions will play 18 holes. Every paid entrant will receive a special hot- stamped golf disc. There will be prizes and trophies through fourth place for Friday's youth divisions. Prizes and trophies through third place for Saturday's Intermediate and Novice players. Tro- phies and prizes for Sunday's Advanced play- ers through third place. There will be prizes for closest to the pin in all di- visions. Heritage Park is located at the comer of East First and -Frisk streets in Ankeny. The park is about 1/2 mile east of 1-35 off exit 92 (First Street). Fees for this tourna- ment are as follows: Youth and Recreational $20. In- termediate division will be $25. Registration fees are $33 for Advanced and $38 for Open (pro). Because this is a PDGA sanctioned event, there is an addi- tional $10 fee for those par- ticipants that are not PDGA members. For members of the PDGA, the fee is included in the reg- istration. Youth and Recre- ational are not required to pay the fee. Early registra- tion is encouraged because there is a limit of 90 par- ticipants in the PDGA events. (Intermediate, Ad- vanced and Open divi- sions). For more information call Lance Coles at 515- 964-8028 or lanceacotes @msn.com. John H. Loud, an American inventor, patented a ball- point pen in 1888. JULY'S QUESTION OF THE MONTH: r DOES YOUR CAR HAVE ISSUES?? • STRANGE NOISES • PROBLEMS STARTING '. • BAD GAS MILEAGE • CHECK ENGINE LIGHT ON • WON'T DRIVE STRAIGHT • SHAKES • ****WE CAN HELP**** NORWALK'$ # 1 COMPLETE A UTOMO TIVE SERVICE !! "NOT JUST TIRES" NORWALK CENTER Norwalk Athletic Booster Club Minutes May 25th. 2011 Tim Stephany called the meeting to order at 7:01 p.m. Secretary's Report April's meeting minutes were distributed and re- viewed by attendees. Mo- tion was made by Scot Meuler to approve min- utes, seconded by Stacy Rosonke. Motion carried. Treasurer's Report Financial reports were distributed and reviewed by attendees. Sharla Richardson reported that there has not been a lot of activity this month. She has sent the $10,000 ap- proved by the NABC to assist with the purchase of the video board to Kate Baldwin. Sharla also noted that she is following-up with the insurance com- pany on the replacement of the taco meat lost due to the broken freezer in the Warrior Cafe. Motion was made by Julie Rogers to accept financial state- ments, seconded by Stacy Rosonke. Motion carried. Concession Report Brook Byars reported: The softball and base- ball seasons started this week. • Brook has been work- ing on a rental agreement and form to allow rental use of the concession fa- cilities and/or equipment. Tim Stephany noted that we will need talk with Kate Baldwin as to if a separate concession use rental agreement can be es- tablished for the NABC. Brook added that some kind of documented agreement would be ben- eficial in keeping track of requests and scheduled concession rental use. • Another stand-up cooler has been moved to the baseball concession stand. Pepsi is going to haul away the old broken lay down cooler. • Josh Toby asked Brook if she would stock the Middle School concession with supplies. Coaches Wish List • Girls Softball - re- quested funds in the amount of $662.00 for uni- forms. Motion was made bY Stacy Rosonke to ap- prove funding, seconded by Brook Byars. Motion carried. • Girls Softball - re- quested funds in the amount of $298.98 for coaches' shirts. Motion made by Pat Johnston to approve funding, sec- onded by Scot Meuler. Motion carried. • Girls Soccer - re- - m]}X-m.rr quested funds in the J-Lqb./ ../U.L "--[qu,J amount of $159.92 for uni- form shorts. Motion made 1010 SUNSET DRIV bYapproveSharla Richardson to E funding, sec- onded by Julie Rogers. Motion carried. • Boys Tennis - re- quested funds in the amount of $145.00 for score tubes. Motion made by Julie Rogers to approve funding, seconded by Pat Johnston. Motion carried. • Boys Football - re- quested funds in the amount of $4,839.00 for jerseys. Motion made by Stacy Rosonke to approve funding, seconded by Pat Johnston. Motion carried. Membership Report Lori Vaske was not present at the meeting. No report. Athletic Directors Report Middle School: Josh Toby reported that for 2011-2012 school year, the 6 th football game has been scheduled for Octo- ber 6 th against Indianola. In addition, they are also looking at the possibility of adding a "C" game. Josh noted that there are ap- proximately 75-80 middle school boys who are play- ing baseball and approxi- mately 40 middles school rls playing softball. igh School: A1 Lammers was not at the meeting. No report. Public Relations Stacy Rosonke is going to contact Chris Sammons to get an updated list of athletes who have received a special recognition in their respected sports to send out congratulatory notes. Tim Stephany noted that he did not see the sign the NABC purchased on the baseball fence. He is going to bring this up to Coach Wiedmann. Old Business 4 th Annual NABC Golf Benefit - Scot Meuler re- ported that Fareway has volunteered to provide what is needed for the golf • tournament and has agreed toplace the golf outing brochures in the store window and in the grocery sacks. He is also going to talk with Scott's grocery store. Stacy Rosonke is going to send the golf outing flyer to Josh Toby and to the Middle School coaches to encour- age sign-ups. New Business The following requests were made to rollover ac- count balances to the 2011- 2012 year: • Girls Basketball • Boys Golf •Volleyball • Drill Team Open Discussion None Adjournment Motion was made by Pat' Johnston to adjourn mdeting, seconded by Steve Wermerskirchen. Motion carried. Meeting was adjourned at 7:45 p.m. The next NABC meeting will be held Wednesday, June 29th at 7:00 p.m. in the Norwalk High School Library. Re'Spectfully Submitted, Julie Rogers, Secretary Mothers are the most instinctive philosophers. -Harriet Beecher Stowe ELITE EXPEDITING, INC. Elite Load Dispatch Service provides the service of finding and setting up loads for carriers. • Full Loads, • Dry Van • Refrigerated • Flatbeds We will keep your wheels turning. We will relieve you' of;the headache and huge expense of obtaining good loads from sources with good credit. 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