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Thursday, July 23, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page Thirteen NORWALK CITE CAR SHOW JULY 4TH RECOGNIZED Concluded from p. 1 Concluded from p. 9 Conduded from P' 1 nolds and Ralph Kiel. Do- dridge Group LLC — New- Parade, City Park our fam- helping the less fortunate. "Creating jobs and in- creasing family incomes for Iowans is my administration’s top prior- ity,” said Gov. Branstad. "With the announcement that six additional Iowa sites have gone through a rigorous certification pro- cess to be considered ’de— velopment—ready,’ we are moving Iowa to the top of the list for projects that are looking for a home. Those projects mean more Iowa jobs.” Site certification is one of the fastest growing trends in the site selection business, and by introduc- ing certified sites to the market Iowa is better able to compete for large scale projects. By going through this rigorous process, de- velopers — working closely with their local of- ficials, utility partners and consultants — are better prepared to market their sites with specific site-re- lated information and community data. All site due diligence is completed and resulting issues are mitigated, making the site "risk-free” and thus accel- erating the development schedule. Five subsequent appli- cation rounds have been opened since the program was established and 12 additional sites are cur- rently working their way through various phases of the program. The next round of ap- plications will be accepted this month for the follow- ing categories: General In- dustrial Site — 50 - 249 contiguous acres, Large Site 250 — 499 contigu- ous acres, Super Site — 500 — 999 contiguous acres, Mega Site — 1,000+ con- tiguous acres, General In- dustrial Park — 100+ acres with one site e050 acres, Super Park — 500+ acres with one site e0250 acres For more information about the Iowa Certified Site Program, visit www. iowaeconomicdevelopment .com /SiteLocation/Certi- fied Site. new H l (NAPS)-—-To buy used cars online with confidence, a...er . illlllililt i shop at the all-new carfax. com. Get free Carfax Re— ports from reputable sell- ers and avoid common ond line scams. ' Among sponsorsof the show are Miller Auto Body, Ted’s Used Cars, Rolling Hills Golf Course, Cal’s Fine Foods, Airport Signs 8: Graphics, Rick Pitt Auctions and Lane Insur— ance Agency. Donating raffles prizes are Maid- Rite, Beach Club Tan, Mr. Movies, 804 Main, Winns, Mutt Peas, Indianola Tint é: Detail, Funny Bone, Tires Plus, Airlanes, Jiffy Lube and others. The decision to pursue adoption is one that rarely happens overnight. Many couples take weeks, months and even years to transition from infertility treatments to adoptions. Others have been aware of their infertility for years and have prepared them- selves for adoption. Re- gardless, every couple must make sure they are ready to adopt before they begin the adoption pro- cess. There are many factors that determine the cost to adopt a child. Traditional adoption costs between $39,000—$40,000, according to Dooley. More information can be obtained by calling Deanne at 515-418-0268, Jill at 515-480-3954 or Michelle at 515-577-5463. (NAPS—Besides being an excellent source of fiber, pro- viding 24 percent of the rec- ommended daily value, pears arealsoagoodsource ofvita- min C and contain only 100 calories per medium-sized pear. To learn more, visit www.usapears.com. (NAPS)—XyliMelts for Dry Mouth uses oral adher- ing discs to slowly release xylitol and oral lubricant while you sleep. It’s available at CVS and Rite Aid phar- macies or by calling (877) 672-6541. Further facts are at www.XyliMelts.com. Safe, nontoxic Varnousse Lice Prevention Shampoo’s innovative, pesticide-free for- mula helps keep your family lice-free by killing lice before an infestation is identified. For an active head lice infes- tation, there’s Vamousse Lice Treatment. For more infor— mation, visit www.vamousse lice.com. nated by Taco Andreas 4 $25 gift cards: Luke Ialen, Jessica Williams, Rick Webb and Carmen Mealey. Donated by VillagiosDen- nis Eoriatti, $40 gift card — Jenny Schoenhard. Dmat- ed by' Warrior Run l/lark Burke, 2 — 9 holes gflf + cart: Tom Stein andMat Smith. Donated by Wendy’s Ice Ceam Shoppe, 5- $10 gift ords: Scott Bernis, Patty ler- man, Alecia Werner, like Benge and Chad Leeer. Businesses, Orgaiza- tions and Individual we appreciate the moncary contributions for theire-" works! With your Suport we were able to prcide our community wh a family fun event! "2015” MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS 3-D Farms RRT, LC; Accounting and Tax blu- tions —— Ricardo Alvrio; Adventure Lightir; Brian Huff; Airport @115 And Graphics — Lori'jn- man; American Dren — Debbie 8: John Marnn; Anytime Fitness —Joe Nguyen; Bambinos es- taurant, Inc — VanessDe- vine; Burnett Digil — Brandon Burnett; May &: Linda Bussanmas; Ill 8: Mary Cain; Capital Zity Fruit, Inc. — BrendanCo— mito; Carols Child (are; Casey’s; Charter Accant- ing PLC — Mark McCee; City of Cumming; Ciy of Norwalk; City State Iank — Steve Albrecht; Comnu- nity State Bank — Denny Morrow; Conner Electric; Consumer Credit — I‘om Coates; Cumming Ameri- can Legion Post 562; Cum- ming Tap — Linda Waigh; DeRocher Chiropracic — Dr. Brent DeRocher; )ili- gent Development Group — Steve Breure; Edvard Jones — Lance 8: Chriztine Eddie; Eggers Bilt Hones, Inc; Greg Young Chevolet — Paul "Hose" Devine; Ground Breaker Hones — Kalen Ludwig. Hamco Walker Piper C0 — Alan Downe; Inioff Business Products — Loret- ta Burk; Iowa Realty Co — Barb Comito; Kelly I30r- tum, Inc — Cindy Simpon; Dave & Carol Knoblach; Lancaster Painting, LC Justin Lancaster; LaniIn- surance Agency Nke Lane; Marilyn Logue;'ic— ki Logue; McGowen Hrst Clark and Smith — Jhn Schmidt; N/Warren Twn 8: County News — Slly Huntoon; Norwalk Fini- ly Dentistry — Dona Grant; Norwalk Four 3a- sons Auto Wash — Ban Winslow; Norwlk Knights of Columhs; Norwalk Ready—Mied Concrete, Inc — Jck Bohlender; Optomeric Associates of Waren County —Dr. Michel O’Meara; Rowe Electm- ics, Inc Steve Rowe; Sn- ton Standridge; Stephany Insurance — Tim Stephany; Ted’s Used Cars — Tony Onstot; Terry’s Auto; Uni- tyPoint Clinic — Ronda Montgomery; Veenstra & Kimm, INC. — H.R. Veen— stra JR; Weigert Disposal — Jon Weigert; Winns Pizza & Steak House — Andrew Sayasane; Wright Storage Mary Kennedy. Raffle Ticket Buckets in Businesses: Thank you! These businesses include Barbers Unlimited, Bed- well Gardens, Cal’s Res— taurant, City State Bank, Community Bank, Cum- ming Tap, Hawkeye Auto- 'motive, Haskin Chiroprac- tic, N/Warren Town County News, Norwalk City Hall, Scott’s Foods, Warrior Run Golf Course, Wendy’s Ice Cream Shoppe and 402 Main Bar and Grill. The Norwalk Lions Club wduld also like to show appreciation to Scott’s Foods and Fareway Foods for allowing club members to sell raffle tick- ets at their stores. All of these businesses provided the opportunity for area residents to pur- chase raffle tickets and support the purchase of the excellent fireworks. PARADE: Thank you Ed & JoAnn Chapman fOr selling raffle tickets and bottled water on the pa- rade route. Carts donated by Warrior Run — Mark Burke. Bottled water do- nated by Ed & JoAnn Chapman. BINGO: Photos submit- ted: Eric O’Leary. Thank you Norwalk Easter Pub- lic Library for the use of the air conditioned room to play Bingo. Casey Bright, thank you for orga- nizing and to Norwalk Li- ons members for volun- teering. Black out $100 Bingo Winner (photo) 8: two gift cards donated by the Norwalk Fareway Meat Department (photo). A special thanks to Fare- way for donating the meat bundles! FIREWORKS: John Da- genais, we appreciate you organizing the fireworks! A special thanks to our Norwalk Lions Fireworks Set-up and Shooting team! What a show you put to- gether for our community! We hope everyone enjoyed ‘ the "2015” Fireworks ex- travaganza! Also, a big thank you to the volun— teers who came out Sun- day morning and cleaned up the fireworks area! SPECIAL THANKS! Thank you Norwalk Police Department, Norwalk City Council, Norwalk Public Works, Norwalk Fire Department, Norwalk ' Park & Rec, Norwalk Pub- lic Library, North Warren Town & County News (Advertising), St. Johns, ilies for their support and all the volunteers who as- sisted in some way. Nor- walk Lions your dedica- tion and hard work is greatly appreciated by all. Lions are. . .Members of the worlds largest and most active service club If you are interested in joining the Norwalk Lions to help us make Norwalk an even better place to live, contact any club member or attend one of our club meetings. Meetings are usually held the second and fourth Wednesdays most months at the Nor- walk Public Library at p.m. If you are interested or have any questions please organization. We are men and women who reach out the hand of friendship to others. We are people who are interested in making our local community a bet- contact me. ter place to work and live. We are individuals who Linda Bussanmas take great pride in helping Norwalk Lions Club make a positive difference 1119 Skylane Drive in the lives of people Norwalk, IA 50211 around the world and who 515-979-8757 enjoy fun, fellowship and CIRCUS Concluded from p. 11 light and entertain the audience members of all ages beyond your wildest imagination. The costumes alone are certainly of Las Vegas quality. For more information visit our Facebook page with videos, photos and comments from past sponsors and patrons. For a direct link you can go to www.cmcircus.com and click on the Facebook link. Save money by purchasing your tickets in advance at the following locations: City of Norwalk, City State Bank, Casey’s General Store, Scott’s Foods, Fareway Store and Community Bank. Prices for advance tickets are $10 for adults and $6 for children ages 2 to 12, chil- dren under 2 are always free. On show day tickets will be $13 for adults and $7 for children. Reserve your tick- ets early and save. For more information or to reserve discount tickets call 866 BIG TOP 6. Reservations will be available even on show day but, only at this number till 4 p.m. Mon- day — Friday, Central Time. . whalebone. Ted Lare Design Build is looking for motivated, self starters for Landscaping Supervisors Landscaping experience is preferred. Applicants must be tobacco-free in the workplace, have a valid driver's license and a clean driving record. We will run an MVR on all driving records. Wages start at $16/hr+ based on experience. We provide uniforms and benefits. Call Bobby at 515-249-6018. Applications available online at www.tedsgardens.com v Ted,LareiDesignfiuild is looking for motivated, Selfstarters for , .. . . - Landscaping Laborers . . Landscaping experience is preferred. Applicants must be tobacco-free in the workplace, have a valid driver's license and a clean driving record. We will run an MVR on all driving records. Wages start at $12-$15/hr+ based on experience. We provide uniforms and benefits. Call Bobby at 515-249-6018. Applications available online at www.tedsgardens.com