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Thursday, July 18, 2019 OBITUARY KYLE KIELER Kyle Richard Kieler was born February 7th, 1988 to Rick and Kathy (Bussanmas) Kieler in Des Moines, and passed away peacefully on July 6th, 2019. He was 31 years old. He attended Martens- dale St. Mary’s schools and completed the Heating, Ventilation and Cooling (HVAC) program at Des Moines Area Community College. He was a dedicated em- ployee at Bussanmas Heating and Cooling for the last 13 years. While Kyle was known to have a stubborn streak, he would 'do anything for his friends and family. He loved to Spend time with his grandparents, Jerry and Alice Bussanmas, spen- ding hours helping with projects and finding any excuse to drive the skid. ,. loader. Kyle was a lover of many things, including, but not limited to anything Iowa Hawk- eyes, Rugby and the New Zealand All Blacks, going to races at the Newton Speedway with his parents, taking on home improvement projects at his sister’s house, and riding horses with his aunt. ' He loved the water, spending time fishing and relaxing by the lake or river. He was known to spend weekends kayaking with friends. He was a creative mind, dreaming up projects, including re- cently developing plans to build his own home. Kyle loved his family and friends more than anything, and they will miss him dearly. Over the last year, Kyle fell in love with the role of being an uncle to his niece Gavi. They loved each other fiercely. Kyle will be lovingly remembered by his parents; his sister Ashlee Kieler (Grady Martin); niece, Gavi; grand- parents Jerry and Alice Bussanmas; his dogs Zeus and Judge; aunts and uncles Pam (Harold) Seymour, Jerry (Nichole) Bussanmas, Bret (Becky) Bussanmas, Lauretta (Guy) Kaplan, Betty Kieler and Nancy Kieler; cousins, Bill, Brenda, Bryan, Nick, Jordan, Tori, Zoe, Ellie, Jae, Parks, Emily, Margaret, Elizabeth, John, Mike, Susan, Deb, Doug and Bob, as‘well as a number of second cousins and‘ friends. Kyle is preceded in death by his grand- parents, Hildreth and Kenneth Kieler and uncles Bill, Mike, Tom, and Larry Kieler. A Celebration of Life gathering was held Saturday, July 13th, 2019 at Bevington City Hall. To leave an online condolence for the family, please visit www.oleary funeralsicom. Warren County Senior Nutrition Program Menu aliltiir'Martensdale Meal Site Confiddt Vicki “White for information A 515-961-1003 .y— Thursday, July 18th. ' Tuna and Noodles Creamed Peas/Carrots V2 Banana Cranberry Cake w/ Butter Sauce Friday, July 19th Pork and Potatoes Spinach Whole Wheat Dinner Roll v Honeydew Brickle Bar OH rMQnday, July 22nd Hot Dog on Bun Tater Tots Coleslaw Strawberries Pudding Tuesday, July 23rd Closed due to RAGBRAI Wednesday, July 24th Grilled Chicken on Bun w/Condiments Sweet Potatoes California Vegetables Pears & Cranberry Salad Th r a I 1 2 h Cook’s Choice N/Warren Town and County News Registration forms for events are available 24 hours a day at the Parks and Recreation office (1 100 Chatham Avenue, inside the Norwalk Public Safety Building) or print them off our website: www.norwalk.iowa.gov. You can mail registration forms, place them in our drop box, or walk in. Office hours are 8:00 am. to 4:30 pm. Monday thru Friday. The drop box is open 24/7. If you have any questions, please call us at 515-981-9206. On-line registration is also available on our website: www.norwalk parks.org. We are now accepting Park Shelter House reservations through October, and Pool Party reservations for the 2019 season. Please call us or visit our website for further details on the following events: Events Currently Open For Registration: PeeWee Flag Football — Registration extended to July 21 All Fall Soccer Programs (Just for Kicks, Kindergarten, and Grades 1-7) Registration extended to July 21 Chicago Fire Soccer Summer Camp — Registration through July 22 Mother Son Date Night at the Pool - Registration through July 26 Art in the Park — Registration through August Non Registration Events: ' Senior Exercise — Mondays/Wednesdays 10:00 a.m., Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church Chicago Fire Soccer Summer Camp Soccer in the Community was launched in 2014 by the Chicago Fire Soccer Club. The aim of SITC is to provide professional programming and resources to youth soccer organizations in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Iowa, and Wisconsin. Little Sparks (2-5 year old) August 5 -— August 9, 8:00 am to 9:00 am. Children will begin to develop fundamental skills such as balance and coordination. Parents play too! Ratio: 1:8 3 to 4 year old: Focusing on building soccer competences and dynamic movements. Children will also be introduced to soccer specific activities incorporating teamwork and cooperation. Parents play too! Ratio: 1:10 4 to 5 year old: Focusing on advancing‘soccer movements for game-play scenarios. Through individualized practices, children will begin to develop their technical soccer ability. Parents play too! Ratio: 1: 12 Community Camp (6-9 year old) Theme: Dribbling August 5 August 9, 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. TIMETO RE *rw YOURINSURANCE? {SWE US A {All HRS? INSURANCE SERVICES c: Norwalk Parks and Recration Department Information provided by Robin Leaper and Sarah Coburn 0 Visit us at www.110rwalkparks.org 5159819206 Page Three Phase 1: Fun activator — We kick-off by utilizing fun games to give participants a chance to interact with each other and introduce the daily topic. Phase 2: FUNdamentals - Build on topic through guided discovery sessions for players to learn the master different skills in a fun environment. Phase 3: Conditioned Small—Sided Games Using SSG’s to reinforce the technical application against opposition. Phase 4: Game Scenarios Scrimmaging but in a more meaningful way. We create game-like challenges for the players to solve using the skills they learned! . Community Camp (10-14 year old) Theme: Dribbling to Penetrate - August 5 August 9, 9:00 am to 12:00 pm Phase 1: Designed to get the players ready and focused, introducing the technical components as well as incorporating dynamic stretching. Phase 2: Skills Session Developing situations where the players are given passive pressure whilst refining the technique. Phase 3: Playing Under Pressure - Creating different situations for the attackers to beat a player in a competitive situation. Phase 4: Game Related Practice Full or, small- sided game to enable the players to penetrate the opposition in a game situation. i Mother Son Date Night at the Pool Come join us for a fun date night with mom! Moms bring your boys out for an evening of arts and crafts, music, games, and of course, swimming! Price . includes admission into the Norwalk Aquatic Center, arts and crafts to take home, "games, and refreshments. If Mom is unavailable, an auiitfsister, or grandma is welcome! Program date August 4, 8- 10 pm. Art in the Park Come join us in the park to make special arts and crafts projects. The kids meet once a month and make a different project each month. This program is for students who just completed Kindergarten through sixth grade. Program dates June 21, July‘19, and .; August 16. OPALS — Older People with Active Life Styles Senior Citizen Exercise ‘ Everyone ages 55 and older is invited to attend a free exercise program that will include stretching and V toning. We will meet at Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church (new location) located at .515 Sunset Drive. Registration is not .required. This is a continuous program every Monday and Wednesday from 10- 10:30 am. ‘ 163? Sunset Drive ' Norma 515~981~O434 '