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OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER FOR ~;f~.:f ~. NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT S ' *OWN ERS SHELTON WA 98584-2263 I'll"'ll'l!'l'q"l'lml"h.l,lrlllll,I,ilhl,l i llql Norwalk Warriors Vol. 47 No. 0 Norwalk, Iowa 50211 USPS No. 395-120 Phone 981-0406 emaih news@ norwalknewspaper.com Thursday, July 9, 2015 Fellowship Community Church to Celebrate *Linn Grove 20 Years of Loving Norwalk! Ice Cream Social July 11 Members of Linn Grove United Methodist Church, 7483 50th, Prole, will host their annual Ice Cream Social from 4 to 7 p.m. Sat- urday, July 11, at the church. The menu includes beef burgers, salads, home- Photo submitted, made ice cream and pie. A free-will offering will be Fellowship Community struction of a Bible camp tions for long-term mis- Church is turning 20 years and college in Zambia, Af- sions work. accepted. old! FCC invites Norwalk rica with members donat- Although the celebra- to celebrate together this ing $30,000 for building tion will be held at the Softball Tryouts milestone Sunda) Aug. 2, supplies and traveling to original high school foot, Iowa Outlaws Fastpitch at 10 a.m. The celebration Zambia to assist with the ball stadium, Fellowship will be holding open try- will be held at the original building project. In addi- Community Church is lo-outs Saturday, July 25, Norwalk High school tion, the church raised cated at 225 North Avenue starting at 9 a.m. at Football Stadium, located over $50,000 in the last six in Norwalk. For more in- McAninch fields in directly south of the high years to build almost 70 formation, visit the church Norwalk. Age groups that school. A FREE cookout homes in Tijuana, Mexico website at www.fcc we're looking for are 8 lunch will be served to ev- for needy families. A num- norwalk.org, connect with through 14. We are always eryone following the eel- bet of families are also cur- them on facebook.com/ looking for good coaches ebration. Special musical rently serving cross-cul- FCCNorwalk, or twitter:with solid skill sets and a guests will include, rurally in several foreign @FCCNorwalk, or contactpositive coaching mental- Higher Power Quartet, Jeff countries, with otherthe church office at 981- ity. If you are interested in Arrandale Band and FCC's members making prepara- 0699. playing or coaching for Next Generation Youth one of the best organiza- Band. tions around the metro Fellowship Comm ty POLICE REPORT please contact Jim Grant at Church is a non-denomi- Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until the following email or national, independent lo- proven guilty in a court of law. phone number. If you can't cal church committed tO make that date, no worries the inerrant truths of the June 27 Moines. Julie Slack, reach out to Grant to ar- Bible. Their first public Theft Report (Gasoline), Norwalk, was arrested on range a different time. We worship service was held 700 block of Beardsley an active Norwalk warrant are looking for all age in the Norwalk High Street. Information taken for Criminal Mischief. groups and you will need School gymnasium Sun- for report. Subject was processed and to fill out a tryout form in day, Aug. 6, 1995. Through June 28 transported to the Warren advance. Contact Jim the years the church has Criminal Mischief County Jail. Grant, James.Grant become known for its love (landscape lights), 2800 @Msn.com or 515-554- for the people of Norwalk. block of Windsor Drive. 5830. This love has been demon- Information taken for re- strated with events and port. ministries like the Easter Theft from vehicle (Ste- Bill Riley Talent Search Spring Scramble, Fun Fest reo equipment), 2000 Coming To New Virginia for children, Serve Fest, block of Merle Huff Av- The Bill Riley Talent Search and state-wide present- Valentine's Day Businesses enue. Information taken ing sponsor, Hy-Vee, announce a local show in New Appreciation, Norwalk for report. Virginia. It will be held as part of New Virginia Old Schools Employees Ap- J[une 30 Settlers Days at Lions Park at 7 p.m. Frida3 July 10. The preciation Lunch, weekly Vehicle Crash - Hit & show is open to the public. Nursing Homes services, Run, 600 block Shady Lane food pantry drives, Cel- Drive. Vehicle belonging ebrate Recovery, Christ- to Karen Danner, Legal Notices mas Eve Cinnamon RollsNorwalk, was struck while for local businesses, legally parked. Informa- Inside This Issue Christmas Synchronizedtion was taken and a re- Lights Display, Stepping port was forwarded to theCITY OF CUMMING Stones Preschool and Iowa Department of Trans--Minutes of June 22, 2015 Meeting Daycare and many otherportation. expressions of love in part- Motor Vehicle Theft NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOLS nership with other (Motorcycle), 1700 block .Public Notice in re: Sale of School Bus Norwalk churches. North Avenue. Informa- ,Public Notice in re: Sale of Computer Equipment The church is also tion was taken and a re- Minutes of June 22, 2015 Special Session known for its commitment port was made. *June Paid Invoices to global missions and re- lief efforts. These efforts Warrant Arrest, 900 WARREN COUNTY SHERIFF have included the con- block SW 63rd Street, Des *One Sheriff's Sale Athletic Booster Club Golf Outing The Norwalk Athletic Booster Club Golf Outing will be held Saturday, Aug. 22, at Warrior Run Golf Course. The format of the tournament will be the same as previ- ous years, with two tee times - 7:30 a.m. or 1 p.m with everyone playing the 9-hole course two times. Lunch will be provided for everyone at 12 p.m. The Norwalk Athletic Booster Club is asking for sup- port with this fundraising event. Proceeds from the out- ing will go to the Athletic Booster Club General Fund that benefits the kids in all athletic programs. Sponsorship opportunities are as follows: Option 1 Hole Sponsorship - $250 donation which includes a sign at one of the golf holes with your business name advertised on it as well as your business advertised in the golf carts and at the club house during the day. We will provide you with a donation sheet for tax purposes. Option 2 Register a 4-some to golf for $260. Registering is easy: Click on http://www.leaguelineup.com/welcome .asp?url--norwalkathleticboosterclub Option 3, Donate raffle prizes from your business or a gift cer- tificate from a business of your choice. Your business will be advertised on a brochure at the outing as mak- ing this donation. Activities ! at the NORWALK LIBRARY 1051 North Ave. * 9810217 Tuesday, July 14 Preschool Storytime, 10:30 a.m for ages 3 to 5 years. Join us for picture books, songs, and flannel boards. This storytime is also a good fit for daycare groups and par- ents attending with several children. It lasts 25 - 30 min- utes. Musician Dino O'Dell, 2-3 p.m. Free event for chil- dren of all ages. Novel Year Book Club, 6-8 p.m. Adultsare invited to join the Novel Year Book Club every other month for 2-3 consecutive Tuesdays. Sessions include a book dis- cussion, a movie and sometimes a special presentation. Tonight, we'll watch the 1993 movie The Joy Luck Club. Registration required. Wednesday, July 15 Kids Art Studio, 10-11 a.m. Wednesdays through July 22, kids of all ages are invited to drop by the li- brary to create an art project! Lego Time, 2-3 p.m. Wednesdays through July 22, kids of all ages are also invited to drop in and build with Legos! Thursday, July 16 Toddler Storytime, 10:30 a.m for ages 18 months to 2 years. Expect rhymes, finger plays, short books, songs and movement activities for toddlers at this interactive, energetic storytime! Lasts 20 - 25 minutes. Superhero Academy, 2-2:45 p.m. Activities, games and crafts for kindergarten through 5th grade. Teen Mythbusters, 7-8 p.m. Does toast always land buttered side down? Do eggs bounce? Test these myths and more out for yourself! This event if for grades 6-12 and snacks will be provided. Friday, July 17 Family Fort Night, 6-7 p.m. Children of all ages are invited to the library to build a fort to read in after hours and have a snack! If possible, bring materials to build a fort (blankets, sheets) and a flashlight. I~~,