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/ I Thursday, July 11, 2013 N/Warren Town and County News Page Seven ( News from Iowa State Fair "Nothing Compares" to affordable family entertainment at the Iowa State Fair, August 8-18. For Fairgoers planning ahead, the State Fair Ticket Office opened July 8 and is offering discounted tickets on admission, rides and more. Advance Admission: Save nearly 30 percent off gate admission with advance admission tickets, on sale through August 7, while supplies last. Adult admission tickets are just $8 in advance (regularly $11) and children's admission tickets are only $4 in advance (regularly $5). Fairgoers can print advance admission tickets at home wh6n purchasing them online at iowastatefair.org. This fee-free option is easy and convenient. Tickets may also be purchased at participating Hy-Vee and Hy-Vee Drugstores, Dahl's Foods and Fareway Stores. Tickets are good any one Fair day. Children ages five and under are admitted flee every day. Fairgoers can enjoy an even bigger benefit when buying early: advance admission tickets have a coupon for a free small Potato O16@ at participating Iowa-area Taco John's. Coupon expires 9/30/13. See store for details. Fair Play Packs: These value-packed kits, including special deals on admission, food and select rides, are perfect for employee incentives or Fair-loving families! Fair Play Packs are available at the State Fair Ticket Office, beginning July 8, or on- line at iowastatefair.org (a five percent processing fee applies). Visit iowastatefair.org for details. Must be purchased by August 7. Available while supplies last. Punch Cards: Buy a convenient Punch Card with 11 days of adult Fair admission for just $88. Each punch is good for one admission to the Fair. Cards may be used by individuals or families. Punch Cards may only be purchased through the State Fair Ticket Office, beginning July 8, or online at iowastatefair.org (a five percent process- ing fee applies). Must be purchased by August 7. Available while supplies last. Zipline Tickets: Buy two Zipline tickets for $10 and save $4. Riders must weigh between 50 and 250 lbs. Available at the State Fair Ticket Office, beginning July 8, or online at iowastatefair.org (a five percent processing fee applies). Must be purchased by August 7. Available while supplies last. Midway Savings: Save on the Midway with a Midway Pack, a set of five Midway ride tickets for only $14. Each ticket is good for one ride. Available at the State Fair Ticket Office, beginning July 8, or online at iowastatefair.org (a five percent process- ing fee applies). Midway Mega Passes, good for unlimited rides any one Fair da3 are also available. Visit iowastatefair.org for details. Fair admission must be purchased separately. Must be purchased by August 7. Available while supplies last. Food Tickets: Buy a set of five $1 food tickets good for food or beverage purchase at any Fairgrounds concession, excluding the Midway. Cost is $5 per set and they may be purchased through the State Fair Ticket Office, beginning July 8, or online at iowastatefair.org (a five percent processing fee applies). Available while supplies last. The State Fair Ticket Office, located in the Administration Building on the Fair- grounds, will be open 8 a:m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays and 9 a.m. to noon Saturdays beginning July 8. Online orders placed after 4 p.m. July 26 will not be mailed but will be held at will call. Walk-up orders will be available until August 7. Cash, check, money order, Visa, MasterCard or Discover are accepted. All offers good while sup- plies last. "Nothing Compares" to the 2013 Iowa State Fair, August 8-18. The Fairgrounds are located at East 30th and East University Avenue, just 10 minutes east of down- town Des Moines. For more information, call 800-545-FAIR or visit www.iowastate fair.org. rwal Every Thursday 6 - 8 p.m. Patient registration begins at 5:45 p.m. with last patient registration at 7 pm. Crossroads Church, 2601 Border St., Norwalk 515-287-8580 www.2thecrossroads.com No Appointments Necessary. First Come - First Served No Cost. In-Kind Donations Accepted, A Volunteer Heallhcare Network CENTER Our Sen4ces Include: e Tires (Sales & Repair) e Car, Truck, Lawn, A~ Commercial & RV e I.ul /Oil Rlbr o Slmelc /$luruts e Exhaust o Alil nment e BeclMcal & Dialp~stic Work e Flushes e A/C Checks & Repairs e And Much, Much MOREl :fs6 Bdow&'UKE US" l ml You could: Win prizes - Get discounts and Receive the latest news! www.norwal kUrecenter.com Men- Fri (7:30am--Spin) Sat_ (7:30am-lpm) 1010 Sunset Dr.. Hwy. Norwalk, IA 50211 (515) 981-4522 28 Riordan Receives P.E.O. Scholarship Pictured, left to right, members of P.E.O. Chapter OR with recipient: Jolene Huen, Sara Heltman, Kristin Johnson, Melanie Riordan, Betty Becker, Katie Ochenpaugh, Lee Ann Coates, Susan Genz. Photo submitted. The prestigious P.E.O. STAR Scholarship, for the 2012-2013 academic year, was presented to Melanie Riordan, a senior at Nor- walk High School. The scholarship was presented at the Norwalk High School awards ceremony by Kristin Johnson. Riordan is the daughter of Janet and John Riordan and was recommended for the scholarship by Chapter OR of Norwalk. Riordan has been accepted and will attend Kansas State Uni- versity where she has plans to study Fashion Design and Merchandis- ing beginning this fall. The P.E.O. STAR Schol- arship is a $2,500-s6.h01ar- ship based on excellence in leadership, extracurricular activities, community ser- vice, academics and poten- tial for future success. The program is open to young women who are citizens or legal permanent residents of the United States or Canada and who are grad- uating high school seniors at the time of application. A student must be recom- mended by a P.E.O. chap- ter. The P.E.O. Sisterhood, founded January 21, 1869, at Iowa Wesleyan College, Mount Pleasant, is an in- ternational philanthropic and educational organiza- tion.which promotes in- creased educational op- portunities for women. There are nearly 6,000 lo- cal chapters in the United States and Canada with almost 250,000 initiated arts college in Nevada, members. The RE.O. Sis-MO. terhood has given nearly For additional informa- $225 million in financial tion on the P.E.O. STAR assistance to almost 90,000 Scholarship, contact Kris- women. The P.E.O. Sister- tin Johnson at Kristin.r. hood also owns Cottey johnson@gmail.com or College, a two-year liberal visit peointernation al.org. Zumba Gold Classes at Norwalk Superstars "Looking for a truly fun way to get in a little more cardio exercise that really shakes things up? Zumba Gbld classes are now available at Norwalk Superstars Satur- day mornings at 9:15 a.m. Classes are 45 minutes long and the cost is $5 per class or you may purchase a punchcard that gets you 6 classes for $25. Zumba Gold is different from Zumba in that there is much less pressure on your knees and lower back. It is Zumba at a lower impact level. However, do not mis- take "lower impact" for a="lower calorie bid 'n.'4 Trust me when I tell you we will burn plenty of calories. It's fun. There is always some laughing going on. It is be' ter than sitting on your couch. For 45 minutes we de and enjoy doing something good for the soul. Come give it a try. First class is free. Just ask for Tracee." Preschool Transportation ' Assistance Children qualifying for preschool tuition scholar- ships may be able to ride the appointed public transportation for a free or reduced rate. These ser- vices will be provided in the communities of Adel, Indianola, Perry, Green- field and Winterset. Stu- dents must reside in the counties of Adair, Dallas, Madison and Warren. This transportation service will be provided through the collaboration of 4RKids "Grand" new place, same classic taste/ Now at 2025 Grand Ave., West Des M0ines 225.4842 . . -- -niruesday. 11 a.m. - close Saturday, 4 p'm.- close *Tuesday & Wednesday Dinner Buffet 'Wednesday Lunch Buffet 11 a.m.. 1:30 p.m. New items available on lunch menu/ Early Childhood Iowa, HIRTA Home Care Inc., HIRTA Madison County Elderly Services, HIRTA Red Rock Community Ac- tion Program, Southern Iowa Trolley and local pre- schools. For additional informa- tion and application quali- fication guidelines, contact Val Cameron, Preschool Enrichment Coordinator, at 515-971-2977 or valc@ia state.edu. OOK1 NOTES] (NAPS)--A publisher known for books that are both entertaining and edu- cational--DK--has a num- ber of new titles that are likely to appeal to dads, no matter what their interests are. 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