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Thursday, July 24, 2014 N/Warren Town .and County News Page Five Norwalk Nursing & Rehab Charles Helms and Martha Bower, residents of Norwalk Nursing and Rehab, would like to thank on the behalf of everyone at the facility, Bevington Gar- den Club for the vegetables that they planted for them! Thank you, Bevington Garden Club, for all you do for Norwalk Nursing & Rehab! Photo submitted. Fundraiser for Jacob Murillo A fundraiser is planned Sunday, Aug. 3, at Well- man's Pub at 597 Market St in West Des Moines starting at I p.m. At 23 years old, Jacob Murillo, Norwalk, has been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer found in less than one percent of all cancer patients. After seeing his doctor, he was scheduled to be seen immediately at Iowa City for evaluation. The evaluation was the cancer had progressed very quickly and the outcome had to be amputation of the lower left leg. Jacob underwent exten- sive surgery Friday, July 11, for removal of the "lower leg. He will then be required to return every 30 days for two years to be scanned, then every six months.for two years, then every year for the rest of his life. Each round trip requires traveling four hours. Aside frotn the expense of all the ffeathaents and surgery, comes the pros- " teti-c limb. Insurance will" only cover so much of all Jacob Murillo of this and will only cover a portion of a very "basic" prosthetic: This is hardly acceptable for a young man of 23 with his whole life ahead of him, who had just finished college, taking classes with his sights on being a law en- forcement officer. Call 911 for emergencies! Lettuce leaves consist of 95 percent water by weight. This is what makes the let- tuce crisp.The cells high in water press against each other, producing the crunchy texture that is so desirable in the fresh leaves. New Pastors For Fellowship Community Church Fellowship Community Church (FCC) is excited to announce theaddition of two new pastors. Pastor Matt Hayton began his ministry at FCC June 22. Pastor Philip Herman be- gan his ministry at FCC July 1. Pastor Matt Hayton and his wife, Ruth, come to FCC from Grace Church in Newton where he served part-time with the youth and on the worship team. Hayton also worked at Berg Middle School and Newton High School part-time. Pas- o tor Hayton will serve at Fel- lowship Community Church full-time as the Next Generation Youth Pas- tor. Hayton got his Youth Ministry and Bible degre@ from Emmaus Bible Col- lege in Dubuque. "My wife and I are very excited to be able to have the opportuni- ty to serve the families in Norwalk. We love building relationships with students and desire to see them live their lives for Jesus Christ." Any youth 6th-12th grade is invited to come to FCC's youth service, held Sunday evenings at 6 p.m. The youth .service includes Bi- ble teaching, small groups, games, open gym time and food! Contact Pastor Matt for more information at mhayton@fcc norwelk.org or 981-0699. Pastor Philip Herman and his wife, Pamela, most recently served Victory Road Evangelical Free Church; Norfolk, NE where he was Director of Outreach and Adult Disci- pleship. Prior to that, Her- man was Executive Direc- tor and Founder of Great- er Wheeling Area Youth Outreach, a non-profit or- ganization committed to empowering young peo- ple from lower income families with the opportu- nities, skills and vision to achieve long-term dreams and goals in Arlington Heights; IL. Pastor Her- man will serve at Fellow- ship Community Church as Connection Pastor. His responsibilities will in- clude overseeing all as- pects of discipleship at FCC (spiritual growth) and also community out- reach. "I am passionate about helping people from all different backgrounds, both inside and outside of the church, grow closer in their walk with God," says Pastor Herman. Herman and his wife have five chil- dreni Josiah, Matthias, Abigail, Nathanael and Kaylan. Pastor Herman's" Sunday, July 13, morning message can be found on- line at www.fccnorwalk. org in the "downloads" section, He can be contact- ed at pherman@fccnorwa lk.org. Fellowship Community Church is located at 225 Pastor Matt Hayton and his wife, Rutfi Pastor Philip Herman, wife, Pamela, children, Josiah, Matthias, Abigail, Nathanael and Kaylan. Photos sub- mitted. North Ave. in Norwalk. tained at www.fccnorwalk Sunday morning services.org or www.facebook. are at 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. com/FCCNorwalk or by More information about calling 515-981-0699. the church may be ob- Enjoy a West Des Mo'mes address and attend Norwalk Schools at Fox Valley. Large walk-out lots backing to a pond or Iowa's countryside. ." Quick, Easy drive | | ----- w to Jordan Creek, downtown, and the airport! Directions: Hwy 5 Bypass To SW Connector, South To Maffitt Lake Rd, West To S 20th Or Orilla Rd, South Through Orilla Development On The West Side Of The Road. Iowa's Large~ me ~Lw~ .I 41