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OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER FOR NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT SMALL TOWN PAPERS 927 WES I RAILROAD AVE /'~.~ SHELTON WA 98584-3847 I!!t!ll,l,!l!l!l,lh!,l,!l,ilhll!lh,!,!,ll,!,!,!,!!,hll,l,! Norwalk Warriors Vol. 52 No. 8 Norwalk, Iowa 50211 USPS No. 395-120 Phone 981-0406 emaih news@norwalknewspaper.com Thursday, July 25, 2019 NEW MURAL BlUNGS ART TO NORWALK Dedication of Norwalk's Warrior Park You may or may not part of the Paint Iowa running through the have noticed the mural on Beautiful Grant worth town. They used the the=,Lil' Hands Big over $500. This was more caboose that is in City Dreams building at the than enough paint for the Park in the mural. The corner of Main St. and mural team to work with. daycare's business name North Ave. This serves as How long did it take? is painted on the wind- the kick-offto Norwalk's We began work on mill. The Norwalk art community-wide public Monday, June 10th. It students did a lot to add art program, took 8 full days (and some their -own voice and iWho painted the evenings) of painting, personal touch to the Mural? The awesome What is the history mural by adding flowers, Norwalk High School behind the design? The birds and other details Mural Team is a group of building at 730 Main that further enhanced the elect students who are Street is the current design. involved in the NHS Art location of Lir Hands Big We had a great Club and high school art Dreams Daycare. Mary, response from the com- classes. The group was Brian and Caitlin Ferden munity that" passed by. developed in order to helped create the design Some long-timeresidents connect student artists which represents the came by to confirm their with community projects, former history of the knowledge of the area and The Mural Team (Angela building and Norwalk. could connect to the Davidson, Carolyn Klein, The building formerly history of the building Chelsea Gambrel and housed a Model A and corner. Kathy Riemersma,Steve dealership. The Model AThis group has also Davidson, Caitlin Fer- Ford is coming out of painted the designs on den, Jaiden Rouse, Syd- what once was a garage the trash cans at Warrior ney Fisher, Emma Bur- door for the auto shop.Park, painted 2 hop- nett, Luke Agey, Tenley The Model A is shown inscotches on the sidewalks Schroeder, Alli Kreider, the garage door, the of City Park and Brownie and Callan Randall) "Crown Gasoline" and Park, 2 checkerboards on Who funded the "Norwalk Auto Garage" the picnic tables of project? Norwalk Home- are also from a reference Brownie Park, and town Pride was granted 8 photo. The building also painted one of the designs gallons of paint from sold horse buggies, on a planter in City Park. Diamond Vogel Paints as Norwalk once had a train Great work team! $1,448 Raised by Norwalk Fire Fighters During 2019 Fill the Boot Campaign During the 2019 MDA Fill the Boot campaign, the dedicated members of the Norwalk Fire Department took to store fronts and continued a 65-year tradition of giving strength to the MDA community. On Friday, July 5th Norwalk Fire Fighters filled the boot out front of Fareway. With the help and generosity of the Norwalk community Norwalk Fire was able to raise $1,448 for MDA making it another great year. "The fire fighters of Norwalk have once again gone above and beyond for MDA's families during this year's Fill the Boot campaign," said Executive Director, Jillian Harper. "We are so grateful for their dedication and for the generosity of those in the Norwalk community and the surrounding area who have helped to raise critical funds to help transform the lives of kids and adults with muscular dystrophy, ALS and related muscle-debilitating diseases." Funds raised through Norwalk Fill the Boot events help MDA save lives by providing vital resources. For more information, visit mda.org. On July 8th, the Norwalk Parks and Recreation staff hosted a dedication cer- emony for Norwalk's newest recreation spot, Warrior Park, which is located at 511 Orchard Hills Drive. Please make time to visit this great asset to the commu- nity if you have not already experienced it. Congratulations to Parks and Recre- ation on a job well done. Photos by Jason Williamson I