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I, Thursday, July 9, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page Five :7 Norwalk 4-H All Stars Meeting Minutes The regular meeting of the Norwalk 4-H All Stars was held Sunda June 14, at the Norwalk Easter Pub- lic Library. The meeting was called to order by Taylor Bergan. Taylor Bergan led the 4-H Pledge. Roll call was answered by members telling one project they are tak- ing to the county fair. The treasurer report was given by Nicole Alexander. The county newsletter was read by Nicole Good. For new business the club discussed the judging times at the county fair along with times that we host the 4-H building. Nicole Good made a motion to adjourn the meeting and Taylor Bergan sec- onded it. Taylor led the 4-H pledge. Club members made decorations for the booth at the county fair. Mem- bers also planted flowers to be placed on the fair- grounds. Nicole Alexander, Secretary Vacation Bible School ,ii Martensdale Community Church August 3rd - 7th, 6:30-8:00pm Children going into grades 1st thru 6th choose from Basketball, Soccer, or Volleyball. : For those less interested in sports, Crafts are available in place of sports. Ages 4 and 5 have traditional VBS. We are Register by July 20th at www.mcc-church.com or call 641-764-2491. located 1 mile north of Martensdale on Hwy 28. *This is a free event! Warren County Fair Youth Planter Project Ackworth Garden Club grounds Tuesda July 21, or follow us at www. is once again sponsoring between 6 and 7 p.m. facebook.com/pages/ the Container Garden Ackworth Garden Club Ackworth-Garden-Club. Project at the Warren members will check in the County Fair. It is open to all containers at that time andAckworth children K-12 who reside in take pictures of all the con- Warren County. The pur- tainers and exhibitors. Garden Club pose of the project is to Ackworth Garden Club Ackworth Garden Club beautify the fairgrounds members will judge the will meet Wednesda) July and for youth to gain containers Wednesday, 15, at Edge of The Woods knowledge on planfing and July 22, from 10 a.m. to Raspberry Farm, 15285 caring for plants. Noon. The containers can Fairfax St. The business Each of the participants be moved by participants meeting will begin at 11 willbe responsible for their to their choice of location a.m. An outdoor picnic at own container. They can on the fairgrounds by 1the berry farm will follow grow their own plants, pur- p.m. that day. approximately Noon with chase plants from local The containers will be a program afterwards at 1 nurseries (not to exceed $20 judged in two groups: K-3 p.m. Lunch will be catered per container), or even cul- and 4 -12 grades. Premi- and the cost is $20 per per- tivate from their own exist- urns will be awarded inson. ing plants. A list of the each group as follows: 1st Contact Diane Bracken plants used in the container place $35, 2nd place $25 at 515-480-8196 on or be- must be included. Their and 3rd place $15. fore July 10 to sign up for common name is fine, but Contact Peggy Delzell lunch. additional information is at 515-961-0722 if you plan This month's program appreciated, to participate in this is Into The Woods - Rasp- The planted containers project of if you have any berries & Beyond followed are to be brought to the hot- questions, by a nature walk with Rick ticultural building at the The website is www. McGeough. Guests are Warren County Fair- ackworthgardenclub.org welcome. "Adventures on Promise Island Where Kids Discover God's Lifesaving Love" tONE.DAY VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL Wednesday, July 15, 7:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. at St, Paul Lutheran Church, 615 Iowa Ave Martensdale k. (children and youth ages 3 through 6th grade) Presented by Linn Grove United Methodist Church and St. Paul Lutheran Church. Enjoy a West Des Momes address and attend Norwalk Schools at Fox Valley. Large walkout lots backing to a pond or Iowa's countryside i Quick, Easy drive J to Jordan Creek, downtown, and the airport! F Call for more info: i Allyn Brown John Akers SuzyMarker! i [ 453-6403 453-5103 453-6009 Directions: Hwy 5 Bypass To SW Connector, South To Maffitt Lake Rd, West To S 20th Or 0rille Rd; South Through 0rilla Development On The West Side Of The Road. Iowa'= I, aml~t Methodist Vacation Bible School Norwalk United Meth- odist Church invites ev- eryone, ages 0- 11, to Move, Act, Care, Follow and Share at G-FORCE: GOD'S LOVE IN ACTION Vacation Bible School. Ex- plore and experience serv- ing God and others with active love! The fun begins Sunday, July 12, and continues through Thursday, July 16, from 5:30-8 p.m. at Norwalk United Method- ist Church, 1801 Sunset Dr. There will be a meal served each night from 4:45- 5:30 p.m. The adventure includes music that will energize your ears, interactive Bible fun, super science projects, cool crafts, hands-on mis- sion work, delicious snacks, great games, and more. To be a part of G- FORCE Adventure Park, call the church at 981-4251 or visit the website at NorwalkUnitedMethodist ChurchIowa.org. Clay Artisans Show July 11 The Clay Artisans of RDG pop-up show and sale will be, Saturday July 11, at 316 SW 5th, Des Moines, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Clay Artisans of RDG create handmade pottery and sculptural work that is as individual and expres- sive as the artists. The group has been sharing studio space for many years within the Dahlquist Art Studio lo- cated in the ART 316 building on SW 5th Street. This show is their 2nd pop up show of the summer. Linn Creek Arts Festival Among the many art festivals that take place throughout the Midwest in summer, the annual Linn Creek Arts Festival in Marshalltown stands out due to its location, qu ity and venue. The one-day event takes place from 10 a.m.t.q6 p.m. Saturday, July 18, on the grounds of Fisher Community Center. Marshalltown connects highways 30 and 14. Upon arrival, visitors can enjoy easy parking at two nearby lots and free shuttle ser- vice to the festival. I Deadline for ads, legals and stories i is Noon Friday! zD- ,icm~---