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Thursday, July 29, 2010 N/Warren Town and County News Page Five Norwalk Area CROP Hunger Walk To Be Held 10-10-10 Hunger and poverty are rampant in the world and escalating in the current economic conditions. One out of every seven people in the world are hungry. Some- thing can and must be done. The local Communities Responding to Overcome Poverty (CROP) walk is a great place to start. Whether it's responding to flood and tornado damage in the U.S., or helping rebuild homes in Haiti, CROP Hunger Walks are making a dif- ference. This year, Norwalk and approximately 2,000 cities and towns nationwide are joining together with Church World Service to eradicate hunger and poverty and to promote peace and justice around the world. This in- terfaith, community-oriented event brings together many ages, faiths and backgrounds in a common en- deavor. "The goal is to have 200 walkers and raise $10,000. Additionally, 25% of the funds raised will go to the Norwalk Food Pantry to help residents of War- ren County," said Dayna Kinkade, Pastor at Norwalk Christian Church. Mark your calendars and join - whether as a walker or sponsor. Your family, group, business, or congrega- tion can change the world. For additional information or to volunteer, contact Roger Miller at 515-288-7860. Or register online at www.cropwalkonline.org. HOOVES BY HUNTOON Specializing in Barefoot Trimming BOBBY HUNTOON, FARRIER 515-240-2572 k. hoovesbyhuntoon @ yahoo.com J LY VALUE MEALS - $5.99 After 4 p.m. M0n.. Pot Roast J Tues.- Beef & Noodles Wed. - Chicken Fried Steak Thurs.. ( hicken & Noodles Fri.- Hot Beef Sandwich Sat.- Baby Back Ribs Family Value Meals Include Potato, Green Beans & Dinner Roll 1031 Sunset Dr., Norwalk 981-1031 "Dine & Learn" at Harvest Church Beginning Wednesday, Aug. 4, Harvest Church, 340 Wright Rd., will begin an in-depth 24-week DVD study through the book of Genesis by Dr. Chuck Missler. Dinner will be served at 6 p.m. and the study will be 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. weekly following a classroom format with tables and chairs. Study Chris Petersen notes will be provided and there will be no cost. Nurs- ery is available. To Observe Pulling back the veil Of 80th Birthday prehistor Dr. Missler will Longtime Norwalk resi- take you on a journey into dent Chris Petersen will the very nature of our uni- celebrate his 80th birthday verse, exploring the me- Tuesday, Aug. 3. chanics of creation, time and space, the physics of His family is hosting a card shower in honor of the eternity and the intricate special day. Birthday greet- design of God's wonderful ings may be sent to Chris plan for our salvation. Petersen, 1728 Cedar St., This foundational study Norwalk, IA 50211. begins where any true ad- venture does..."In the Be- ginning." Farmer's Market Charles ' Chuck" Missler is an author, con- This Friday servative Christian Bible Area residents are re-teacher and former busi- minded that the Norwalk nessman. He is the Area Chamber of Corn- founder of the Koinonia merce will once again be House ministry based in hosting a Farmer's Market Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. In each Friday through Oct. 1 1999, Missler received a Deanna Hyde and Nicholas Smith August Wedding Don and Andrea Hyde, .Norwalk,announce the en- gagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Deanna Hyde, to Nicholas Smith, son of Rich and Carol Smith, Altoona. Miss Hyde is a 2003 graduate of Norwalk High School and a 2010 graduate of Mercy College in Des Moines. She is presently employed as a nurse. Mr. Smith is a 2002 graduate of Southeast Polk High School and a 2007 graduate of Upper Iowa University. He is currently employed as a claim representative with EMC. The wedding will take place Saturday, Aug. 28, at New Life Lutheran Church in Norwalk. from4to 7p.m. inthepark-Ph.D. in biblical studies ~~__ c-g'~'O~ ] ing lot in ~ont of the Dol- from Louisiana Baptist ~ .--~-,~C~ far General Store in Sunset University in Shreveport, Plaza. LA. For more information. Venders interested in call 981-4321. participating may contact the Chamber Office at 981- 0619 or norwalkchamber n b t @msn.com. 14 inches apert when they converse. Russians stand Pecans Can Add To Any Diet At Any Time about 10 inches apart. (NAPS)--For many, time to shed unwanted pounds and get fit. The good news is that losing weight doesn't have to mean a taste- less, unsatisfying diet. 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