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Page Four N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, July 29, 2010 T INEIGHBORHOOD NOTESI Mattie Mouw of Norwalk and a student at Northwestern College in Orange City, is getting first-hand experience in ministry and community development through a summer internship pro- gram. Funded in part by a grant from the Lilly En- dowment, the program places students in a vari- ety of ministry "contexts, where the interns work with and learn from men- tors. Mouw will be at Mis- sion Waco in Waco, TX. She is majoring in social work. Six students majoring in Norwalk Dance Team Attends Camp Institute and Deb Wall of Norwalk, who works at Wine Styles in Johnston. The Court of Master Sommeliers is an educa- tional group focused on establishing and evaluat- ing quality standards amongst the restaurant and wine distribution in- dustries. The court de- signed a program result- ing in four qualifications listed in ascending order of difficulty: Introductory, Certified, Advanced and Master Sommelier. Cur- rently, only 105 people in North America have at- tained Master Sommelier status. i'ii'ii Yiiiiiiiiii 13',31 Pictured, left to right, Row 1: Seniors Janie Myers, Amanda Torgerson, Hillary religion, Christian educa .................................... Cirksena, Kenzie Heisdorffer and Kelsey Johnston. Row 2: Julie Sheber, Kelsi Deanna Hyde, Norwalk, graduated Fri- day; April 30, from Mercy College of Health Sciences in Des Moines with a de- gree in nursing. She is a 2003 graduate of Norwalk High School and is the daughter of Don and Andrea Hyde, Norwalk. tion or youth ministry are serving Reformed churches in Iowa, New Jer- sey and Washington; an independent church in Texas; and a consortium of Christian Reformed churches in Minnesota. Another nine students are at one of seven Chris- tian Community Develop- ment Association minis ................................... ]Did You (NAPS)--An energy com- pany called Westinghouse--- which has hired approxi- mately 4.000 employees within the past four years-- credits much of its growth to its AP1000 reactor, the only generation I]~+ nuclear power plant to receive Design Cert- Nuclear Regulatory Com- mission. Visit www.apl000. westinghousenuclear.com. ! Burnett, Emily Hargin, Sarah Adams, Emily Dickel, Maranda Kelley, Breanna Hansen and Jordyn Marvelli. Photo subm itted. The Norwalk Dance Team, coached by Amy Huston and Dianna Richardson, at- tended Marching Auxiliaries (MA) summer camp from July 15 through July 17 at the Polk County Convention Center in Des Moines. The team had a very successful week and learned several routines. During the first night of camp the team performed their home routine. Captains Kelsey Johnston, Janie Myers and Jay Peterson choreographed this routine. Based on MA standards of excellence the team was awarded a Superior Rating for their perfor- mance. The Norwalk Dance team learned a very difficult pom routine on the second day of camp. They worked very hard to perfect this routine and competed with it on the last day of camp. The team executed this routine with overall superb technique, show- manship, precision and memory earning them a Grand Champion Award. Nearly all of the team members received a ribbon which symbolized their strong technical ability, good memory skills, superior projection and showmanship, dedi- cation, perseverance and dance ability. The Norwalk Dance Team is excited to start their season. They will be performing their award-winning routines during football half-times this fall. Come out and sup- port your 2010-2011 Dance Team. Derive happiness in oneself from a good day's work, from illuminating the fog that surrounds us. POLICE REPORT Concluded from p.3 Theft 3rd. Officer was dispatched to the 1000 block of Linden Drive to investigate a Theft report. Case is pending further investigative leads. Officer was dispatched to Sunset/Cherry Drive on a Hit and Run Property Damage Accident. A white 2003 Chevrolet Impala driven by Jessica Marie Reelitz, 17, of Indianola was stopped at the stop- light and was rear-ended by a red full-size Ford pickup driven by a male driver. The pickup left the scene without stopping. The case is pending fur- ther investigative leads. tries: Cary Christian Cen- ter in Cary, MS.; the John M. Perkins Foundation in Jackson, MS.; Mile High Ministries in Denver; Mis- sion Waco in Texas; Trin- ity Christian Community and Urban Impact in New Orleans; and World Vision in Philippi, WV. Northwestern College is a Christian college of lllU[E [Hill] I;EUU in Orange City, Iowa. Rated a top-five Midwest- ern baccalaureate college by U.S. News & World Re- port magazine, Northwest- ern provides an education that combines academic rigor with a faith perspec- tive. Four Central Iowans have recently passed the Introductory Sommelier Examination at Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC). The four include: Susan Hurst of West Des Moines, former editor at Better Homes and Gardens; Jer- emy Roy of Ankeny, who graduated from DMACC's Iowa Culinary Institute; Dr. Carolyn Schniidt of Anken)5 who is enrolled in DMACC's Iowa Culinary Some of this season's hottest updates of classic style include the cold shoul- der blouse, a long double- placket riding coat, harem pants and the boho print dress. All of these styles, cre- ated with unprecedented attention to detail and crafts- manship, are featured in the Icon Collection from Lane Bryant. For more informa- tion, visit lanebryant.com. TV's Favorite Recipes (NAPS)--The recipe for success followed by many of today's top celebrity chefs may have been cooked up by one of television's most beloved culinary pros. For 30 years, TV personal- ity and cookbook author Art Ginsburg, a.k.a. "Mr. Food," has helped millions of Americans cre- ate quick 'n' easy dishes that use off-the-shelf in- gredients. Now, the man once dubbed "the working stiffs Martha Stewart" has com- piled his most popular televi- sion recipes in a new cook- book. Called "Mr. Food TV Favorites," it offers more than 150 recipes, step-by- step instructions and behind-the-scenes stories from his set. Try this recipe: Pepperoni Pie Squares 8 to 10 appetizers 1qs cups flour 2 cups milk 2 eggs, lightly beaten 1 pound Muenster cheese, cubed 1 (8-ounce) package sliced pepperoni, chopped 1 teaspoon dried Italian seasoning 1. Preheat oven to 350F. Coat a 9" x 13" baking dish with non- stick cooking spray. 2. In a large bowl, com- bine all ingredients; mix well then pour into bak- ing dish. &Bake 20 to 30 min- utes, until top is golden; cool slightly then cut into sqttares. Serve as is or topped with warm mari- dance, bato o tun' biing Ysusic. siT ~~ ja~eter son~,mwt reed~ja=m~est ri~ger ~ 981.4298 -Henri Matioo:: nara or pizza sauce. For more in[0rma i0n, visit www.mrfood.com. Friday, August 6th i ....... ... y iiiiiii iii i Winfrey. Superior Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning . Tile and Grout Cleaning Pet Urine Removal 24 Hour Water Damage Winfreycd.com pmmmm mm mmmm mm m m mm m m mm mm mm m mI Norwalk Special ! : [ -"-$30 Off any Servic m ., /;:7. , with The Natu :ai' only from Chem.Dry*