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Thursday, July 23, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page Eleven BUSINESS REVIEW Grand Opening for caseY’S #2 ._ , Brownie Park Additions 1 Ed Kuhl, right, welcomes Janie Endersn, Casey’s Area Supervisor, and Store Manager Rich Supper on behalf of the Norwalk Chamber. Brownie Park has two new additions. They are a new park sign, along with land- scaping by Bedwell's Garden, and a new memorial swing for Jamie Sylvestor, a former Norwalk City Council member purchased by Todd Sylvester and family. A dedication is planned for the swing on July 30th before the Jazz in July concert. Photos submitted. America’s Favorite Old-Fashioned Big Top Circus is Coming to Town! Thanks to the sponsorship of the Norwalk Area Chamber of Commerce, Culpepper & Merriweather Circus, ' America's Favorite Big Top Circus is coming to Norwalk, Wednesday, Aug. 19, at the empty lot on Orchard Hills Drive. Two scheduled performances are at 5 and 7:30 p.m. Now in its 30th edition, C&M Circus has become internationally known for qual- ity family entertainment. This authentic One-Ring, Big Top Circus has been featured on National Geographic’s Explorer TV series, Entertainment Tonight, The Los Ange- les Times, The Chicago Tribune, Arizona Highways Magazine. It has also been fea- tured on the A&E Special: Under the Big Top and most recently, On the Road with Circus Kids, a Nickelodeon special featured on the Nick News Program. Bring your friends and family out circus morning to watch as a familiar place is transformed into a bustling Circus City. Activity swirls around the grounds as ani- mals are unloaded, the Big Top is erected and rigging is prepared for performances later in the day. Enjoy the magic and tradition of the American Circus with your family and create memories that will last a lifetime. Between 9:30 and 10 a.m. watch the raising of the Big Top, then stay for the FREE Tour. This presentation offers a unique face-to-face opportunity for families, schools, and interested community members to meet and learn all about the Culpepper & Merriweather Circus family and includes a walking tour of the circus grounds. Learn interesting facts about our performers, the history of our show and the different species of animals in our Circus Family. In this presentation we will also address topics such as hygiene, grooming and the veterinary care 2015 PRESS RELEASE all of our animals receive. In recent years the Tent Raising and Morning Tour has be- come a popular program for families and interested community members. It is pre- sented in a way everyone, young and old can learn many interesting facts about the Culpepper 8: MerriWeather Circus Family and now we have a brand new tent! This is a special part of Circus Day that should not be missed. On circus day, our performers bring the magic of the circus to life in each 90- ‘ minute performance. This year’s lineup includes an All-Star group of performers and entertainers that include: Miss Simone and her breath taking single trapeze, Miss Paulina’s proud “Big 8: Little” prancing ponies, The Arlise Troupe on their wild and crazy unicycles, Natalie’s American Eskimo Escapades, Miss Georgia displaying flex- ibility to the extreme and for the first time, the Wheel of Destiny Tight Rope by The Los Moralitos. But, let’s not forget our favorite performing Jungle Cats, Soloman, store hours are 5 a.m.-11 be National Ice Cream Month, citing the food’s Demah & Francis’ presentecl by Mr' Trey Key’ that will certainly have you on the p.m.‘Monday through Fri_ “nutritious and wholesome" qualities. He decreed edge of your seats! All accompanied .by original music composed by the talented, day, 6 a.m__'11 p.m. Satup that patriotic Americans should mark the month with Matt Margucc1 from Los Angeles, Califorma. Our performers are sure to amaze, de- “appropriate ceremonies and activities.” Concluded p. 13 Store Manager Rich Supper cuts the ribbon as Casey’s staff and Chamber mem- bers look on. By Lori Ford A second Casey’s has opened in Norwalk. The new convenience store is located at 500 North Ave. (phone 981-0759). A Grand Opening was held July 17- 18 with specials, drawings and prize giveaways. Casey’s has shown tre- mendous growth since it first came to the city in November of 1988. Nor- walk Casey’s was number one company—wide in terms of pizza sales. That was a big factor in build— inganadditional store, ac— McKenna Haase and her Sprint Car at the Casey’s cording 'to Store Manager Grand Opening. Photo by Lori Ford. Rich Supper. The new Casey’s is more than twice the size of the other one in town. This allows for more selection in snacks and beverages, including wine, which is not available at the other store. There is also a small seating area. Pizza at the new location is carryout only — “0 delivery- Then“ In 1984, President Ronald Reagan declared July to day and Sunday.