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4 Page Four N/Warren Town and County News Thursday; July 10, 2014 [NEIG.BOR.OOD NOTESi Several Norwalk resi- Spring Semester Dean's dents graduatedSaturda List for earning a 3,5 to May 3, from Simpson Col- 3.99 grade point average. lege in Indianola. Included from Norwalk Included were Joseph were-Jessica Baker, Carrie Domino - BA in manage- Bustillos, Jeremy Carr and ment; Molly Hill - BA in Dawn Walker, Pre-Nurs- accounting and manage- ing; Bethany Belden - Bio- ment; Nathan Jones- BA in technology; Erin Braun - accounting; Travis Mateer, Paralegal; Hayes Breeser - Magna Cum Laude, with Accounting and Book- a BA in liberal arts and el- keeping; Megan Eddy and ementary education and Colton O'Connor - Agri- Jacob Meuler - BA in mar- Business; Aticus Gassman keting. - Associate General Stud- ....... : .......................... ies; Harrison Hayward, Nichole Fayer, Nor- Clint Miller and Alex- walk, has been awarded an Associate in Applied Sci- ence degree in Business Administration-Sales and Marketing from AIB Col- lege of Business. Nicole Mowery, Nor- walk, has been awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from AIB College of Business. Commencement exer- cises were held Sunday, June 8, at Community Choice Credit Union Vet- erans Memorial Conven- tion Center in Des Moines. AIB's 2014 graduating class included 184 stu- dents who received Bach- elor of Science degrees and 119 who received Associ- ate in Applied Science de- grees. More than 1,250 stu- dents graduated from the Spring Semester from Des Moines Area Community College's (DMACC's) An- keny, Boone, Carroll, New- ton, Urban and West Cam- puses. Those from Norwalk were Josh Hall Associate General Studies; Colton O'Connor, Agri-Business and Agri-Business Agron- omy; and Preston Hoyt, Caitlin Huffman and Patrick Wood, Liberal Arts. ander Weikum - Culinary Arts; Michael Kathol - Business Administration; and Sharon Sanchez and Eric Sieren - Human Ser- vices. Also, Nicholas Adams, Nicole Bowden, Sarah Braun, Samantha Brooner, Brett Bunnell, Jaleel Chan- dler, Madison Coons, Jo- seph Detrick, Lindsey Downe},, Jordan Ford, Al- exandria Gudenkauf, Madison Harrington, Betty Hill, Adam Hogan, Emma [ohanson, Sabrina Jondal, Baylie Martin, Bra- dley Myers, Tabor Nunez, Alex Palmer, Jacey Rode- meyer, Samantha Roemer, Caleb Sipley and Patrick Wood, Liberal Arts. Students from Prole were Danielle Broadbent and Heather Huhtala - Lib- eral Arts. Deadline for ads, legals and stories is Noon Friday! Des Moines Area Com- munity College President Rob Denson recently re- leased the names of stu- dents eligible for the Spring Semester Presi- dent's List. To be eligible, a student must have earned a 4.0 grade point average. From Norwalk were Andrew Cleveringa - Pre- Computer Aided Design; Brandi Lister - Pre-Infor- mation Technology/Net- work Administration; Lisa Mowery and Jessica Thorne - Business Admin- istration; Caitlin Huffman, Michaela Huse, Benjamin Klinefeher, Karisa Long- cor, Collin Miller, Leanne Sheets, Benjamin Warren and Ashley Williams - Lib- eral Arts. Also, from Prole, Beth- any Phillips and Carrie Schultz, Liberal Arts. President Demon also released the names of stu- dents eligible for the ANKENY DISC GOLF The 22nd annual Ankeny Summerfest Heri- tage Park Disc Golf Tour- nament will be held July 12 and.j3 during Ankeny Summerfest weekend. This is a Professional Disc Golf Association (PDGA) sanctioned C-tier nation- wide event. This tournament is for recreational and the more advanced men and women disc golfers. Saturday, July 12, Inter- mediate players (men and women) are those who have been playing for a while, but have not played many tournaments. The Intermediate Division will play two rounds of 18 holes, with a lunch break between rounds. Recre- ational will play one round of 18 holes. There Ankeny. The park is about 1,5 mile east of 1-35 off exit 92 (First Street). Fees for this tourna- ment are as follows: Nov- ice/Recreations $20, Inter- mediate 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 who are not PDGA members. For members of the PDGA, the fee is included in the reg- istration. Novice/Recre- ational are not required to pay the PDGA fee. Early registration is en- couraged because there is a limit of 90 participants in the PDGA events. (Inter- mediate, Advanced and Open divisions). 964-8028 or write 1106 SE Michael Dr., Ankeny, IA 50021. Email lanceacoles@ msn.com. The pink and white lady's slipper is the state flower of Minnesota and one of its rarest wildflowers, It can take up to 16 years to produce its first bloom. It takes approximately 12 $136,000 for Iowa Firefighters Senator Tom Harkin (D- IA) has announced that two Iowa fire departments will receive a total of $136,625 from the U.S. De- partment of Homeland Security's Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) Program for station opera- tions and safety programs. Harkin is a senior member of the Senate Appropria- tions Committee and co- sponsored the legislation that authorized this pro- gram. Included was the Lacona Fire Department in Warren County. They will receive $5,700. The Jefferson - Monroe Fire Department will receive $130,925. will be a recreational or novice category of both men and women. Registra- tion will start at 7:30 a.m. Sunday, July 13, the tournament will begin at 9:30 a.m. with registration starting at 7:30 a.m."for Open and Advanced. Two rounds of 18. Every paid entrant will receive a special hot- stamped golf disc. Prizes and trophies through 3rd place for Saturday's Inter- mediate and Novice play- ers. Trophies and prizes for Sunday's Advanced players through 3rd place. Open will have payouts. There will be prizes for closest to the pin in all di- visions. Heritage Park is located at the corner of East First and Frisk streets in For more information, hours for food to entirely call Lance Coles at 515- digest. In 1804, two ~ i. Eagla~ ~ seperated atter the de~h of their I~re~. The oldest, Ivy, m pla~ in servitude md the youagest, Bridget, rtms away to find her" sist~'; She is am~~l and scat to the zrst F~d F~m~y in Au~Mia. Thisis a ~my of love, d~votioa told dct~min~ion to Fred on another. /rite Fema/e Facfaly By PaiiIala J. Joheson The book will be formally released on Kindle, Amain or Barnes and Noble (Nook) July 1, but pre-sale orders will be available prior to that. Go to httl~:llwww.smashwor ds.com and type in the search bar: The Female Factory (there you can preview 20% of the book for free) OR go to my own website to download a PDF version for $3.00 www.femalefactoryandmore.com About the author. Pam Johnson is a former Norwalk resident who worked pari-fime at the N/Warren Town and County News. She and her husband, Jeff, recently moved to Texas to be near her mother. Enjoy a West Des Moines address and attend Norwalk Schools at Fox Valley. nll i Large walk-out lots backing to a pond or Iowa's countryside. ,." Quick, Easy d~ve z to Jordan Creek, downtown, and the airport! F Call for more info: ~ ! ! Allyn Brown John Akers Suzy Marker J Directions: Hwy 5 Bypass To SW Connector, South To Maffitt Lake Rd, West To S 20th Or Orilla Rd, South Through Orilla Development On The West Side Of The Read. Iowa's Largest