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Thursday, July 17, 2014 N/Warren Town and County News PARKS & REC ACTIVITIES Movie Under the Stars Junior Police Academy Norwalk students partici- pated in the Norwalk Jun- ior Police Academy help- ing at the Public Safety building July 8 to July 11. Cadets took part in fin- gerprinting, crime scenes, photo taking, casting footprints and various other police duties. Page Nine Movie Under the Stars was held Saturday, July 5, at the Norwalk McAninch Sports Complex. Due to the weather conditions, it was held in the parking lot rather than in the grass. Needless to say, there weren't too many stars out because of the over- cast skies!!! Chess Camp Suaents learn strategic moves in chess from retired high school teacher Brent Walker at the Summer Chess Camp. . Pageant Prep Class . R-ww The Pageant Prep Class was held at the Public Safety Building Saturday, June 14. The participants learned about interviews, personal introduction, evening gown walk and runway, speech, acting and talent com- petitions. Addle and her pageant coach, Jordan, prac- ticed interviewing, delivering the personal introduc- tion and how to develop a resume. The highlight of the day was practicing getting crowned! i000000On00Stend00q] Financial Education Goes To Washington (NAPS)--Are you interested in learning more about the importance of saving and investing and possibly having your member of Congress visit your school? Learn more about the Capitol Hill Challenge. Here's How Using the SIFMA Foun- dation's award-winning Stock Market Game TM program, each student team manages a hypothetical $100,000 online portfolio and "invests" in real stocks, bonds and mutual funds. The Top 10 teams at the Awards Reception in the Capitol Visitor Center. The program teaches the importance of saving and investing, promotes a better understanding of the govern- ment, and helps students learn about the global econ- omy, strengthen their personal financial skills and improve their knowledge of math, eco- nomics and business. At the end of the 14-week competition, the Top 10 teams ge to visit Wash- ington, D.C. to meet their representative and attend an awards reception in their honor. Learn More Further facts are at www. sifma.org/chc, smg@sifma.org and (212) 313-1,200. The mountain laurel, the state flower of both Con- necticut and Pennsylvania, is actually a type of ever- A rat can go without water for a longer period of time than a camel can. Photos submitted. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 S COUPON P 25% OFF BREAKFAST for 4 reg, breakfasts I " including  & Gravy  ] included.)  Thursday ....... Il _ __ " iul unsetur., Offer expires 12/31114 981-1031 PON