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A" Page Four N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, July 23, 2015 .1. Carol Timke, Prole, won the title of World Champion during the 2015 Pinto World Championship Horse Show held June 8-20 in Tulsa, OK. Also pictured, left to right, Debbie Borg, Austin Pappan, Hannah Borg, Heidi Borg, Raigen Fumess, -Hannah Lind and Dionne Fumess. The Borgs are from Nebraska, Lind is from Des Moines and Fumess’ are from Martensdale This year is the 50th Anniversary of the PtHA World Championship Show held from June 8-20 at the Built Ford Tough Livestock Complex in Tul- sa, OK. Carol Timke and her son, Austin, participated in the event. Carol was the unanimous World Cham- pion Am Ranch Horse riding McKenzie Created Me; Fairy Red Charisma. She also was awarded Re- serve World Champion Am Sr. Western Show— manship riding Dun N Country and placing mul- tiple top five’s and tens in world. Austin took third place in World Am Jr. Trail riding Dun N Country. Family hobbies include soccer, riding and showing horses and family outings. Thousands of talented Pintos and exhibitors com- peted in many disciplines Family in Oklahoma such as West- ern, English, Saddle Seat and more. Through the 13- day event, there were mul- tiple fun events taking place every day after show classes. Special events in- cluded a Welcome Party, Costume Class, Dog Show, Challenged Rider’s Lead- line, Versatility Showcas- es, Horse4Heroes, Free Ride, Charity Walk, Trot and an Ice Cream Social. "The Pinto Horse Asso- ciation is excited to contin- ue such a successful show,” said Darrell Bilke, PtHA Executive Vice Pres- ident and Chief Operating Officer. "In addition to the horse show, I look forward to see everyone have a great time at our special events.” Carol grew up riding horses with her dad and brother in Washington State. she has shown com- petitively for more than 40 SPORTS PHYSICALS Medicine at Norwalk will be offering special dates and times for sports and school physicals. Call for an appointment! 5 15-285-3200 Tuesday, Aug. 4, Dr. Miller, 4-6 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 5, Dr. Chase, 4-6 p.m. Thursday. Aug. 6, Dr. Waller, 4-6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 8, Dr. Newland, 8-11:304a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 11, Dr. Miller, 4-6 p.m. Wednesday. Aug. 12, Dr. Chase, 4-6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 13, Dr. Brehmer, 4-6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 15, Dr. Silvers. 8-11:30 a.m.. You can still schedule sports physicals during our normal clinic hours. Please call our office 2853200 to schedule your physical today. .When calling, ask about our special fee‘for those needing a sports physical only and will not be filing the visit to your insurance carrier. Unitfloint Clinic Family Medicine at Norwalk, 801 Colonial Circle years, starting in 4-H, FFA and open shows. Current- ly she is a board member for Warren County Saddle Club, Warren County Fair Board (Horse Superinten- dent) and Iowa Pinto Horse Association. Carol recently was elected to the Omaha Equine Foundation, which hosts the International Omaha Jumping Competi- tion. In 2017, the group will be hosting the presti- gious World Cup in Jump- ing and Dressage in Oma- ha, NE. She and her fami— ly raise Paint and Pinto horses in Prole. Her son, Austin, grew up riding horses with his mom and brothers. He was attending BlackHawk Col- lege in Illinois on a riding scholarship before trans- ferring to Iowa State Uni- versity in Ames. There he was Captain of the Iowa State University Equestri- Carol Timke Earns World Championship at Pinto Horse Show Timke also won the title of Reserve World Champion during the event in Tulsa. Pictured with her is Hannah Lind with her dog, Hazard. Photos submitted. an Team. He has served as a board member for War- ren County Saddle Club, as well as holding numer— ous youth leadership roles both in the state and na- tional level. Currently he is on the Iowa Pinto Board. Austin graduated from Iowa State University in May with a degree in Agri- business and an Agrono- my minor. He is currently working with JR Simplot Co. in North Dakota. NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES The Buena Vista Uni- versity (BVU) College Re- publicans organization and Jessica Stocker, a re- cent BVU graduate with a degree in accounting from Des Moines, were honored at the 2015 Governor’s Vol- unteer Award ceremonies held in June on the BVU campus in Storm Lake. The BVU College Re- publicans organization was nominated by the Iowa Department of Trans- portation, and the BVU students were nominated by Dr. Ashley Farmer- Hanson, director of civic engagement at BVU, who is a member of the Iowa Commission on Volunteer Service and co—chair of its volunteer engagement committee. Stocker was involved in a variety of volunteer or- ganizations and activities and awarded for working with BV Buddies, an orga- nization in which students serve as mentors to local middle school students. The Governor’s Volun— teer Awards program was created in 1982, with inau— gural awards presented in 1983. The following area first- year students earned scholarships to Central College in Pella: Carter Albrecht, Lauren Bagby, Jennie Kern and Tayler Vandehaar of Norwalk all received a Presidential Scholarship to Central College. Carter Mallett of Norwalk received a Cor- nerstone Scholarship to Central College. Wartburg College in Putan independent Waverly has recognized 454 students who were named to the 2015 Winter/ May Term Dean’s List. Included were Michaela Mcllravy, Calyn Thompson and Samantha Feller of Norwalk. Also Tyler French of Cumming and Abigail Wetzler of Martensdale. The list honors students who earned a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or above in at least five course credits during the two terms. Four of the five course credits must be graded with a traditional letter grade. Call 911 for emergencies! Agent werk for you. Let me help find the vehicle. Marianas palicy that’s right fesymsé. LANE lNSURANCE AGCY iNC mlamifitaneinsurancexem =13an swam W (is stir Esta. €51. straws? 92.31%”? Si 5-9814514 L“W,.WWWWWW...mw....W....,.....wm..WW,W