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Thursday, July 8, 2010 N/Warren Town and County News Page Five Did You Know? (NAPS)--For surefire'fun on a visit to the beach, an increasing number of families are getting their feet wet in South Carolina. Information on destinations in South Carolina is at www.Discover SouthCarolina.com and the South Carolina Association of Tourism Regions site, www. 8catr.com. $$$ There are many women who think that because they live with a chronic medical condition such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol or diabetes they are not candi- dates for hormone therapy. This may not be the case. Information about FDA- approved menopausal hor- mone therapy options is available through The Buzz on Bioidenticals program at www.thebuzzonbios.com. WeatherBoards fiber cement siding from CertainTeed looks like wood but it's noncombustible; will .....   -..; not warp or rot; is made with 50 percent recycled con- tent; is impervious to wood- boring insects; resists ultra- violet rays; and isn't harmed by freeze-thaw cycles. For more information, Visit www.certainteed.com. *** Healthy Choice is the only major brand in its category for which all of its products meet the FDA definition of "healthy." Spend less time in the kitchen and more time with your family with easy- to-prepare Healthy Choice meals in a variety of flavors. For more information, visit www.healthychoice.com *** V'myl fence products, such as B from CertainTeed, will not rot or peel, which eliminates pesky splinters. To prevent slips and falls, select decking materials such as EverNew. To find a contrac- tor nearby, visit www. certainteed.com or call (800) 233-8990. The recent report, "Why They Run: An In-depth Look at America's Runaway Youth," presented by the National Runaway Switchboard, reveals that teens want to speak to a real person when looking for help. Visit www. 1800RUNAWAY.org for more information or call 1-800- RUNAWAY. Motorcyclists may want to consider, getting Roadside Assistance insurance cover- age so help is just a phone call away in case they break down, as well as coverage to pay for lodging, transportation and food. Most Progressive Insurance customers can get both for just $15 a year. A00gUAL 00ALF.. hoti .00tarr Jowolrg Sunset Dr., Suite B, 981-0680 or 1-888-883-5561 www.cheristarrjewelry.com ALL Screen Art - Off Variety of Jewelry and Gift Items - Off Open 11:30 a.m. - 6:30p.m. Mon. - Fri.; lO a.m. - 5p.m. Sat. CHURCH "KIDS HELPING KIDS" The Norwalk United Methodist Church will be collecting pop cans and bottles during Vacation Bible School for the "Kids Helping Kids" Mission Project. Bring cans and bottles to the Norwalk United Methodist Church from now until July 15. All money collected from the cans and bottles will be used to purchase Back to School items for kids. Methodist Church VBS: Galactic Blast i Norwalk United Meth- odist Church invites ev- eryone to Galactic Blast: A Co)mic Adventure Prais- ing God! Vacation Bible School. There are classes forlnursery age through adults. While younger par- ticilants experience the dail galactic missions, youth will blast off-site on a codple nights and adults will see the universe in an amazing way. Thfun begins Sunday, July 11/and ends Thursday, July 15from 5:30-8 p.m. at NorwaI United Method- ist Chur_h, 1801 Sunset Dr. Each/galactic mission includesa Bible story in the Goo News Galaxy, along with science activi- ties at the . rbital Observa- tory, musiC: at Moons & Tunes, art lojects at Cos- mic Crafts, games at Rocket Rec and a snack at the Astro Bistro. To be a part of all the excitement at Galactic Blast: A Cosmic Adventure Praising God!, call the church at 981-4251 or stop by the church office. Reg: istration is recommended prior to July 11; however, registration will begin at 5 p.m. July 11 for anyone who was unable to regis- ter prior to then. 2521 Sunset Drive (515) 285-2026 www.miap,com/norwa|k and SOCIAL ) Teresa and Jack Bussanmas Observe 60th Anniversary Jack and Teresa Bussanmas of Norwalk will observe their 60th wedding anniversary Thursday, July 8. They have been blessed with four children, Craig (Mary) Bussanmas, who live in Illinois, and Rick (Donna) Bussanmas, Marty (Linda) Bussanmas, and Loretta (Bill) Pender, all of Norwalk. The couple also have eight grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Cards and greetings may be sent to the couple at their home, 4312 50th Ave., Norwalk, IA 50211. (an quay) Through C_mssmads Church Norwalk www.2thecrossroads.com 515-287-8580