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Thursday, July 23, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page Fiver-r CHURCH and SOCIAL Tractors, Trucks and Cars that Go! Norwalk 1 Author McCann to Speak 4‘H’ersf0" 4'17 Fun Fest 2015 Tractors, Trucks and ' Cam (li n ' ' Cars that Go’sponsored by Alhschool At Newton Library I P Fellowship Community the Norwalk Parks and . Linda Betsm‘ger McCann willbe speaking on her book, F 01' thlfiY yea-r51 Iowa 4' Church 225 North Ave" R .11 b h M fr 10 Reunion Prohibition in Eastern Iowa, at the Newton Library Hiers have raised funds Welcomes Children to its ec' WI 6 es on; The annual Norwalk Wednesday, July 29, at 6:30 p.m_ There is no admission through their 4-H’ers for 4— annual Fun‘Fest event gm. tp 11001111 1:iltur a1);2 A11_school Reunion will Charge and everyone is welcome HCampaignto supportthe Wednesday, Aug. 5, Sc’hat 1t 8 konfa be held from 1-4 p.m., This is Linda’s sixth book published by Iowan Books. 4‘H Program in Iowa- 1“ through Friday! Aug- 7r léh foo Plar flag :1: Sunday, Aug. 9, in the caf- She has six books that deal with the Vanished Towns of celebration of thismilestone from 9 a.m.-11:30 a.m. :vmalim y,- nen , y eteria at Eastview School, the Cedar Valley series. These are named locations within the 2015 campaign was This free event will in— evilltl ave mterestmg 1600 North Ave. county that won't be found on most maps today The dubbed "30K for 30 Years” clude teaching activities, Ve 11C es yogngSterhs Clan Photos will be taken at prohibition book came about Whel.l Linda was research with a goal to raise entertainment, songs, elezi odre an llouc ' fn' 2 pm. Registration is $2 ing and discovered how many young people knew only $30,030.30. Thanks to the games and snacks for chil- C u e Ere P0 1C: (far’dlre per person payable at the what they had seen in movies. commitment of 4-H’ers dren entering Kindergar- tI'UCk, font en 03 er, door. across the state, the cam— ten through 5th grade in tractor, school bus and more. There is no charge and will be held rain or shine For more information, call Becky Barkley, 244— 8046. There were gun battles in Iowa, murders occurred, Al Capone did hide out in Iowa; whatever occurred in the big cities happened in Iowa also. Many farmers became involved in making moonshine because corn prices were so low and they couldn’t feed their families. There are many fun tales and also the tragic stories. Linda will share some of the items about what happened in the Newton area. . Linda will have copies of all her books available for purchase. She enjoys speaking to libraries, schools, and organizations. She is currently researching the CCC camps and projects in eastern Iowa for her next book. She would love to hear from anyone with personal sto- ries, pictures or memories of the CCCs. She can be reached at losttownsofiowa@gmail.com . PHOTO PRINTING IS A FULL c Photo Printing, Inc. 210 S. lst Street Carlisle, Iowa 50047 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. 515-989-3251 paign raised $30,213.30, ex- ceeding the goal by $183! The 4—H’ers for 4-H cam- paign is the longest-running and the largest fundraising campaign for Iowa 4-H con— ducted by 4-H members for 4-H members. *fl-Sl- Nothing is particularly hard if you divide it into small jobs. -Henry Ford Stat-3(- OMMERCIAL the fall. This year’s theme is “Basic Elements” with special guest Josh Denhart! Denhart’s presentation will include an education- , ally entertaining stage pro- duction using fast-paced and engaging science ex- periments to captivate kids, while sharing about the love God has for them! FCC will conclude Fun Fest with a Free Family Movie Night Sunday, Aug. 9, at 6 pm. with a show- ing of “The Little Rascals”. Transportation to Fun Fest is available if requested. For more information or to register online for Fun Fest, visit the church website at www.fcc norwalk.org or contact the church office at 981-0699. O Services ofie‘rje‘d. 0 One- and five-bedroc5m apartments 0 Three delicibus meals per day 0 On-site therapy program providing physical, occupational & speech therapies 0 Medication Management ¢ 24-hour nursing care available on-site lunch on us. You’ll be glad you did! R656: . @5023 3249;031; althcarem'. Call Jill at (515) 412-0303 at Regency Assisted Livin Regency Assisted. Living, Helping You Stay Active 2’7 Vibrant. 00 The Regencyfn'ame has been a respected part of the community for more than 40—years. Our beautiful, new Assisted Living community, offers a complete range of amenities and services‘.'All with the goal of helping resident's‘stay active and vibrant. 0 Housekeeping I 0 Laundry Service o Private dining area for private parties or special occasions ' V o Robust aetivities calendar YOUR THIRD MONTH IS fitEE IFYOU MOVE IN BY JULY 31,2015 g today for a ho¥obligation and