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Thursday, July 11, 2019 N/Warren Town and County News Page Nine Events at Norwalk Easter Public Library 1051 North Avenue 515-981-0217 Thursday July 11 Rhyme Time, 10:30 am- This story time focuses on songs and rhymes. We'll also play shakers and read some short books. Pajama Story Time, 7:00 pm- Join us in the evening to read funny stories and sing songs. Great for all ages, pajamas welcome. Friday July 12 Friday Movie, 1:00 pm- Space and universe themed movies for a variety of ages. This week's movie is: A Wrinkle in Time (PG, 109 min, 2018) You are welcome to bring snacks! Monday July 15 Baby Time, 10:30 am- A special story time for babies up to about 18 months and their grownups. Learn lots of songs, rhymes, and bounces! Novel Year Book Club Program, 6:00pro - Voting on the coming years books, times for meetings, and dates. Stop in if you would like to sign up for the Novel Year Book Club. Tuesday July 16 Reading Time, 10:30 am- This story time focuses on books and pre-reading skills. We'll also sing songs and do other activities. Make and Build, 1:30 pm - 3:30 pro- Drop in to build with LEGO bricks and other building toys, and make buttons and other crafts. Recommended for ages 4 and up. What's Up in the Sky Now? 8:00 pm- 11:30 pro- Talk and Telescopes with the Des Moines Astronomical Society. A classroom presentation about Astronomy, folkrwed by direct observation through telescopes as sky conditions allow. Telescopes provided. Registration is required. Program for Adults and Supervised Youth. Wednesday July 17 Teen Indigo Dyeing, 2:00 pm- Use indigo to dye -clothes and accessories! Two bandanas will be provided, you can bring more items to dye. Items should be at least 95% cotton, linen, or Rayon. (Details at sign up.) Wear clothes and shoes you wouldn't mind a little dye on. Registration is required. Thursday July 18 Rhyme Time, 10:30 am- This story time focuses on songs and rhymes. Shake shakers, sing, move, and read some short books! STEAM Lab: Build with Boxes, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm- Drop-in time to build and experiment with different projects. Recommended for ages 4 and up. Friday July 19 StarLab! - Sessions at 9:00 am or 9:45 am- Join us before the library opens to learn about constellations and the zodiac in the StarLab, an inflatable planetarium! For children 6 and older. Adults will be asked to wait outside the StarLab to make more room for children. For accommodations or questions, contact Mallory Inman at (515) 981-0217 or minman@norwalk.iowa.gov. Registration required. Friday Movie, 1:00 pm- Space and universe themed movies for a variety of ages. This week's movie is: Spacecamp (PG, 107 min, 1986). You are welcome to bring snacks! Starry Night Wine and Canvas Party, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pro- Make a painting and have a drink! Create your own painting masterpiece at the library. Step by Step instructions provided. No painting experience required. Ages 21+. Bring your own beverage. Registration required with a $2 reservation fee that is refunded at the event. Photo Printing is a full commercial printer located in Carlisle, Iowa. If you have a flyer, letterhead, envelope, brochure, magazine, newsletter, book, etc that you would like to have printed, give us a call for a Free Estimate. Photo Printing, Inc. 210 S. 1st Street Carlisle, Iowa 50047 515-989-3251 [ Iowa State Fair NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES Volunteer Opportunities Volunteers and fairtime staff make Nothing -News From Our College Students-- Compare to the Iowa State Fair. In 2019, there is something for everyone! Below are just some of the More than 275 students earned a spot on the Spring ways to join in. Participate in group fundraising at gate admission: 2019 Dean's List for Central College. The honor is Civic and community groups can raise money for their awarded to full-time students who achieve a 3.5 grade organizations by welcoming fairgoers, scanning point average or higher on a 4.0 scale while taking admission tickets, and providing hand stamps for 12 or more graded credit hours for the semester. Local guests. Each volunteer receives admission, a parking students who earned a spot on the Dean's List include pass, and $5 in food coupons per day. For more Lauren Bagby an,t Jen Kern of Norwalk. information or to reserve your spot, please contact ***** Colton Lullmann at 515-401-1607 or clullmann The following local students have been named to @iowastatefair.org. the Deans' and President's Lists at Drake University. Volunteer at the Andringa Family Foundation Little Hands on the Farm: Little Hands on the Farm To be eligible for the Deans' list students must have teaches children about the importance of agriculture earned a GPA of 3.5 or higher during the Spring 2019 and how it impacts their daily lives in a fun and semester at Drake. To be eligible for the President's interactive way. Children ages two to ten become list students must have earned a perfect 4.0 GPA farmers at this popular free, hands-on exhibit, and during the Spring 2019 semester at Drake. Included volunteers are needed throughout the exhibit each on these lists are Silvia Verhof ,te, Deans' List, of day. For more information contact Emily Wynn at Cumming; Sophia Arbogast, Deans' List, ewynn@iowastatefair.orgorcal1515-262-3111. McKenzie Coons, Deans' List, Rachel Garner, Volunteer at an information booth: Maybe you Deans' List, Hang Pham, Deans' List, and Luke know the fair like the back of your hand? Maybe you Vaske, President's List, all of Norwalk; and Riley love meeting new people? The fair is always Borst, Deans' List, of Prole. interested in volunteers to help staff information ***** booths and diaper changing/nursing stations. This program celebrates 25 years this year! For more St. Cloud State University has announced the information, contact Paula Barnes, volunteer names of more that 1,193 students whose academic superintendent, by phone at 515-360-9589 or by email achievement plaid them on the 2019 spring at iowafairvolunteer@gmail.com. semester dean's li . To be eligible for the honor, Volunteer for the Blue Ribbon Foundation: The students must havea grade point average of 3.75 or Blue Ribbon Foundation is literally the foundation higher on a 4.0 scab. Included on this list is Daniel for the fair, fundraising for all capital improvement Geistler, College of Science and Engineering,projects and all grounds renovations: Sign up tohelp Biology: BiodiversLy, Ecology & Evolution, BS, of sell bottled water and Iowa State Fair merchandise Norwalk. at stands throughout the grounds. All Blue Ribbon ***** Foundation funds go toward fairgrounds renovations. For more information, visit www.blueribbon The administratim and faculty of Allen College are foundation.org. pleased to congratuate students named to the Allen Volunteer to be a tran Driver: Trarn drivers are College Dean's Listat the completion of the spring popular people on a hot day. Help transport fairgoers semester of the 201& 2019 academic year. Bachelor's from the parking lots, from the campgrounds, or from and Associate's stu(ents named to the Allen College stop to stop on the grounds. Volunteer tram drivers Dean's List must conplete at least 12 semester hours get a free t-shirt! Please contact the Pleasantville FFA and achieve a gracb point average of 3.5 or above. Alumni at pleasantvill ffaalumni@gmail.com for Included on this listis MorganWestvold, NUrsing, more information: BSN, of Norwalk. You can also check out additional volunteer ***** opportunities at www.iowastatefair.org. The Phi Beta Lambda student business organization rep'esented Des Moines Area Community Collee (DMACC) at the National Leadership Conferere held in San Antonio, TX June 24-27. Students eaned the opportunity to compete at the national leveby placing first or second in their respective event ,uring the State Leadership Conference held in March. The students, accompanied by th(r Advisers Joe Hanson, Susan McCoy and Chris [oon, competed against other college students fnn across the U.S. in various business-related eents. Students participating included: Amana Atkinson of Norwalk (Entrepreneurship oncepts and Organizational Behavior and Leadeship); Warren :ounty Senior NutritiorProgram Menu For Ma nsdale Meal Site Contact VickWhite for information 5;-961-1003 Thursday, July lh Macaroni and Chee Broccoli Norman Tropical Fruit Pink Lady Salac Tuesday, July 16th Cheeseburger Casserole Lima Beans Creamy Fruit Salad Blueberry Pudding Dessert Friday, July 12t Taco Salad Salsa Fiesta Corn Peaches Tapioca Puddin Wednesday. July 17th Steak and Brown Gravy Mashed Potatoes Zucchini and Tomatoes Cinnamon Applesauce Pumpkin Bar Monday, July 15h Sliced Turkey on W]eat w/Condiments Broccoli Cheese Sap Pasta Salad Peaches Thursday, July 18th Tuna and Noodles Creamed Peas/Carrots Banana Cranberry Cake w/ Butter Sauce ADVERTISE WITH US An ad in our newspaper is a great way to promote your business or upcoming event! There is no time commitment to advertise with us and our newspaper reaches around 1600 people each week. An ad this size only costs $25.50 a week!!! Smaller and larger ad sizes are available as well as the opportunity to place inserts in our newspaper. Stop in, call us, or cmail us today. It pays to advertise! Do You Have A New Address? Are you a snow birdreturning soon from your winter location, or have you recently moved? Be sure to let us know your new mailing address so we can ensure our newspaper Still gets to you. You can call us at 981-0406, email us at news@norwalk newspaper.corn, or drop a note off to us at 1122 Main Street, Suite 1, Norwalk (we have a drop slot in our back door if no one is in the office).