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Page Four N/Warren Town and County News ..... Thursday, July 8, 2010 The following area stu- dents have been named to the President's List at Drake University in Des Moines. This academic honor is achieved by earn- ing a grade point average of 4.0 during the spring 2010 semester at Drake. Included were Mikaela Jorgensen and Kathryn Russell of Norwalk and Pamela Neubauer of Cumming. Ryan McNulty, Norwalk, a junior music education major at Drake University, will tour Eu- rope for two weeks this summer, performing at various jazz festivals and local venues with the Drake University Jazz En- semble One, the University's premiere jazz ensemble. The tour will include stops in the Netherlands, Belgium, France and En- gland. McNulty graduated from Norwalk High School in 2008 and is the son of Barbara and Jim McNulty of Norwalk. Pamela Neubauer, Cumming, who recently graduated with a bachelor's degree in music with a business minor, will also tour Europe with the Drake University Jazz En- semble One. ................................... More than 5,070 Iowa State University under- graduates in Ames have been recognized for out- standing academic achievement by being named" to the 2010 spring semester Dean's List. Students named to the Dean's List must have earned a grade point aver- age of at least 3.50 on a 4.00 scale while carrying a minimum of 12 credit hours of graded course work. -'*=' Norwalk students named to the list were Clark Blackford and Erik Gustafson, Finance; Nicole Cortum, Public Service and Administration in Ag- riculture; Sierra Gedler, Samantha Hudson and Jennifer Muto, Child, Adult and Family Ser- vices; Tiffany Herr, El- ementary Education; Kelsi Kordick, History; Kurtis Redding, Physics; Alexander Schultz, Me- chanical Engineering; Alex Streyffeler, Pre-Architec- ture; and Matthew Tuggle, Kinesiology and Health. From Cumming were Emily Brown, Apparel Merchandising, Design and Production; Katelyn Buckton, English; Justine Mattiussi, Culinary Sci- ence - Human Sciences; and Matthew Smolen, Chemical Engineering. Also named was Joshua Cunningham, Prole, Kine- siology and Health. ................................... Ian Stenzel, son of Joel and Cheryl Stenzel, Cumming, was named to the Dean's List for aca- demic excellence at Bethel University, St. Paul, MN, during the 2010 spring se- mester. The Dean's List honors students who achieve an outstanding scholastic record during a semester with a grade point average of 3.6 or greater. Stenzel is majoring in business. .................................. Troop 30 News June has been a busy month for Boy Scout Troop 30. They started the month with the June Court of Honor. Court of Honor is where each scout is recognized for their achievement in completing a merit badge or rank advancement. Several scouts were recognized for both. Zachary ScoveI and Kai Utterback both received the Camping Merit Badge, Michael Atkinson and Michael Schultze received the Cooking Merit Badge, Tristan Marlow received the Personal Fitness Merit Badge and Jaleel Chan- dler, Brandon Downing and Salem Hildebrandt all received the Wilderness Survival Merit Badge. Hildebrandt also received the Citizenship of the Community Merit Badge. Derrick Bates, Dakota Bright and Brandon Fick all received the Scout Rank. Scovel and Matthew Rozendaal both received the Second Class Rank and Sebastian Rusher received Life Rank. Pictured are the scouts who attended a week-tong scout camp at Camp Mitigwa. Camp Mitigwa allows scouts to work on various merit badges and rank advance- ments. Scoutmaster Ron Downing and Assistant Scoutmaster Rory Taylor led the scouts all week through rain, storms, sunshine, first aid, bug bites and fun. Assistant Scoutmaster Todd Osterhout helped on Friday. Pictured are Ron Downing, Derrick Bates, Matthew Rozendaal, Michael Schultze, Kai Ufferback, Christian Belden, Samuel Hanson, Jonah Hildebrandt, Brandon Fick, Matthew Taylor, Rory Taylor, Dakota Bright, Tristan Marlow, Zachary Scovel, Tyler Whitehead. Photo submitted. 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Passport Fees To Increase The Warren County Re- corders Office has been no- tified from the Passport Services Bureau of Consu- lar Affairs that the pass- port book and card fees will increase effective July 13, 2010. The cost of the passport book will now be $135 for adults (age 16 and over ) and $105 for minors (un- der age 16). The cost of the passport card will be $55 for adults (age 16 and over) and $40 for minors (under age 16). There will be an extra fee for the picture that can be taken at the Recorder's office at $8. The county's portion of the costs was not raised. If you are plan- ning to travel, the Re- corder, Polly Glascock, suggests coming in before the increase on July 13. If you have any questions, call the office at 515-961- 1089. be a star. d ; n c :e, b a t: o n. ....,,. ;' m ::::: i i n g, m t s i c, We have "No Problem" saving you money. hen you insure both your car and home with us, through Auto-Owners Insurance Company, we'll save you mone)d. 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