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Thursday, July 18, 2013 N/Warren Town and County News Page Five Whitney Cook and Matthew Welp To Marry July 20 Whitney Cook and Matthew Welp will exchange marriage vows Saturda July 20, at Sacred Heart Catho- lic Church in Waterloo. Parents of the bride are Carol and Bryan Blaha of Newton and Everett and Kathy Cook of Norwalk. The groom is the son of Art and Barb Welp of Norwalk. Miss Cook graduated in May from the University of Northern Iowa with a Master's degree in Speech Pa- thology. Mr. Welp graduated from Creighton University with a Doctorate degree in Pharmacy and is employed as a pharmacist at the Hy-Vee Drugstore in Marshalltown. PHOTO PRINTING is a full commercial printer. 1---- Call us for your flyers, letterhead, envelopes, brochures, magazines, Free Estimates. newsletters, books, etc. Photo Printing, Inc. 210 S. 1st St., Carlisle, IA 50047 ! 515"989"3251 1 I CHURCH and SOCIAL 1 FCC Welcomes Victor Marx ....................... Sunday, July 28, Fellow- ship Community Church proudly welcomes back Victor Marx, founder and president of All Things Pos- iiiii!i!Zi!!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiill morningSibleMinistries'duringbthservices (8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.) and the evening youth service (6 p.m.)! FCC is located at 225  North Ave. in Norwalk. lil There is no cost to attend II Victor Marx's exciting pre- sentation. Marx has been working with troubled youth for two decades. His presenta- tions both inspire and mo- tivate listeners and he pro- vides a unique and effective approach for character de- velopment and behavior modification by helping youth excel to become Champions in Life. Marx is a master of martial arts and a former U.S. Marine. He has trained over 30 world and national martial arts champions. Because of his own troubled youth, he has the heart to help kids of all ages succeed in life by over- coming the negative influ- ences that would seek to destroy them. Marx's great- est desire and achieve- ments are that of being a husband and father. He and his wife of 22 years, Eileen, have five children ranging in ages from 21 to five years old and the family resides in Southern California. To learn more about Marx or about ATP Ministries and/ or to watch videos of him in action, visit his website, www.victormarx.com. Find out more about this special presentation by vis- iting the FCC website at www.fccnorwalk.org or by contacting the FC-C office at 515-981-0699. a n independent Agent to work for you. Let me help find the vehicle insurance policy that's right for you. LANE INSURANCE AGCY INC 515-981-4614 mtane@larinsurance.com Michael Atkinson with before and after pictures of his service project. Photo sub- mitted. Atkinson Completes Eagle Scout Service Project Imagine No Malaria Pancake Breakfast The Norwalk United Methodist Church is hosting a pancake breakfast Sunday, July 21, serving pancakes and sausage from 9:15 to 10:30 a.m., between first and second church services and following the second church service at 12:45 p.m., to help fund the effort to eliminate malaria from Africa. The cost is a free will donation. Why are we focused on malaria? Malaria is a global health problem, affecting more than 500 million and killing more than one million every year. Every 60 sec- onds, a child dies of malaria. Malaria disproportionately affects young children and pregnant women. Malaria is a treatable and preventable disease. Why Africa? More than 90 percent of the one million malaria deaths each year occur in sub-Saharan Africa. One in five children who dies before age five will die of malaria. Malaria was eliminated in the United States in the 1950s, but it remains a serious health issue across the globe, particularly in developing African countries. Imagine No Malaria is a comprehensive effort to deliver a sustainable solution to-- ---m- the malaria burden in Africa. Imagine No Malaria represents an unprecedented approach, which includes prevention, education, communication and treatment re- sources in a life-changing ministry. The great work of Nothing But Nets will continue as part of Imagine No Malaria and remain a very important tool, and when com- bined with education, communications and improved treatment, we will achieve a sustainable victory over malaria. Thanks to a generous grant from the United Nations Foundation that will pay for all administrative costs of Imagine No Malaria, one hundred percent of contribu- tions' to this ministry will go to the fight against malaria. $10 will buy a net to protect an entire family in Africa. And $1,000 provides enough resources to protect 100 lives. Join us on Sunday. i To service our customers even better, we have a Brand New State-of-the-Art HUNTER ALIGNMENT SYSTEM All work is guaranteed by a 12 months/12,000 Miles Warranty NAPA Auto Center Auto Repair Towing Complete Engine Specialist Intake Specialist ASE Certified Mechanics 981-0649 802 Sunset Ddve Norwalk Saturda3 June 8, Michael Atkinson of Norwalk Boy Scout Troop30 completed his Eagle Scout service project. His project consisted of landscaping around the Norwalk Cemetery Association's new office and providing funds towards a distinguished , ,. "Norwalk Cemetery" sign to be placed in front of the building located at 805 Cherry Parkway. ' The Cemetery Association, founded in 1859, recently moved into the building. Atkinson led a group of volunteers, including members of Boy Scout Troop 30, Mike Meyer, friends and family, as they planted numerous shrubs, flowers, bushes and a flowering tree. A big "Thank You" goes to Mike Meyer and Joanne Krajcir for their help on the project and to Bedwell Gardens for their time helping with the landscape design, plant choice and financial assistance with the plants. Atkinson is grateful to the follo6ing businesses and individuals who, through their generous donations, raised $800 which made this project possible: Norwalk Family Dentistry, Four Seasons Auto Wash, Capital City Fruit, City State Bank, Farmer's Mutual Hail, Verlin and Phyllis Cadwallader and numerous pop can do- nors.