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Tuesday, Aug. 12 Novel Year Book Club, 6- 8 p.m. Join the Novel Year Book Club and make new friends, experience new places and embark on new journeys. Novel Year is a series of programs featuring six novels throughout 2014. Pro- Superstars National Junior Twirling Corps Champions. Row 1: Alexis Pollock, grams consist of: 1) Discussing the book with a facilita- Grace Wood, Shaelyn Makenna Milligan, Maggie Wood. Row 2: Abby Sil- tor, 2) Watching'the movie version of the book and 3) vers, Lizzy Livingston, Cole Strelecki, Abby Livingston, Alysa King, Kelsy Glas. Enjoying a program related to the book. Tonight, we'll Row 3: Kiah Johnson, Sarah Beckett, Emily Betsworth, Marit Hovey, Mya McAlpin, be watching the movie Safe Haven, based on the Nicho- Tatum Torode, Dana Billingsley, Bethany Jones. las Sparks novel. Registration Required. iiii! Beginner Juvenile Large Dance Twirl Winners. Row 1: Kailey Phinney, Kamdan Johnson, Alecia Pollock. Row 2: Elise Burnett, Kennedy Robbins, Selena Cooper. Row 3: Emily Paul, Alicia Kamran, Macy Stuffer, Alison Lester, Olivia Dougherty. Photos courtesy of Toni Johnson Photography. The Superstars Performing Arts competition baton team traveled to the National Baton Twirling Association (NBTA) Championships July 22-26 at the University of Notre Dame ifi South Bend, IN. The Superstars won first place in the 2014 Junior Small Twirling Corps Championships, cl .g the firstnational baton twirling title won by an iowa twirling corps. The team competed as "Spdce Invaders" in a seven minute routine composed of intricate twirling, difficult tricks and multiple exchanges while moving formations and entertaining the audience. In addition to practicing and perfecting their routines all year, the twirlers attended a two week boot camp this summer before traveling to nationals. The coaches, Dawn Reed and Denise Wood, were proud the corps met their goals all week and their success was evident in the title they earned. CONGRATULATIONS!! In addition to their twirlhag corps title, the Superstars also had other great accomplish- ments that week at the natiOnal competition. The team brought home first place in the Begin- ner Juvenile Large Dance Twirl competition! The other places rewarded to the Superstars in the team competition were 2nd in the Twirling Show Corps with Scener) 8th in Primary Halftime, 6th Beginner Senior.Large Dance Twirl and 9th in Advanced Preteen Dance Twirl. The Superstars also had many Individuals who competed in solo events and placed in the top ten in their individual events and divisions. We congratulate alltheir work! These twirlers have represented our state with great pride, hard work and dedication in the sport of baton twirling. If you would like to catch them in action, they will be performing at the Iowa State Fair Saturda) Aug. 9 at 9 a.m.! Agenda City. Council Re malar Business Meeting Agenda Thursday. August 7, 2014, 6:00 p.m. 1. Call to order at 6:00 p.m. 2. Approval of Agenda. 3. Presentation(s) - North American Hershey Track Meet medalist, Ben Clark 4. Welcome of guests and public comment (3 minute limit, no action). 5. Approve Minutes - July 17, 2014 regular council meeting. 6. Consent Agenda. Expenditures. Tax Abatements. Block party application(s) - 9350 IJakewood Circle, August 16th. Liquor licenses and/or renewal(s) - Outskirtz (tabled July 31st, 2014) and St. John's Fall Festival. Consideration of request to seek a13. architectur- al agreement for the review of design and preparation of bid documents for the replacement of the library roof. 7. Consideration of second, and possibly third (final), reading of an Ordinance amending the official zoning map of the City of Norwalk, rezoning land located off 50th Street from A-R to R-1 (Blooming Heights). 8. Consideration of second, and possibly third (final), reading of an Ordinance amending sections of the Nor- walk Zoning Code making amendments to 17.04 Deft- nitions and 17.2 Overlaying Zoning District Regulations as it relates to flooding regulations. 9. Consideration of first, of three, readings of a Master Ordinance that will allow for future Individual Regional Storm Water Drainage Facilities (Tabled July 17, 2014). 10. Consideration of first, of three, readings of an Ordinance amending the Norwalk City Code updating the Building Code, Residential Code, Mechanical Code, Plumbing Code, Electrical Code, Fire Code, Fuel Gas Code and Energy Conservation Code. 11. Consideration of first, of three, readings of an Ordinance amending certain sections of Chapter 176, Subdivision Regulations as it relates to temporary turn- arounds. Concluded p. 11 Norwalk All Class Reunion Sunday, Aug. 10, from 1-4 p.m. an all class re- union will be held at the Eastview school cafeteria. Call Becky Barkley at 244-8046 for more infor- mation. Annual NABC Golf Benefit The 7th Annual Nor- walk Athletic Booster Club (NABC) will be held Sat- urday, Aug. 23, at Warrior Run Golf Course with shotgun starts at 7:30 a.m. or 1 p.m. (Select desired time of play.) Deadline is Monda)9 Aug. !1. : The event is 9 holes twice through, four-per- son best shot. The cost is $65 per person or $260 per foursome. Price includes lunch, starting at noon. There also will be prizes. " For a registration form, contact Stacy Rosonke at srosonke@yourcaptive .com. Proceeds are used for the general fund of the NABC. Use PO Box For Newspaper When mailing some- thing-to this newspaper office, please remember to mail it to our Post Office Box 325. Some items have been returned to the sender when the street ad- dress was used instead of the Post Office Box 325. This delays ,posting pay- ments to your account: First Day of Classes for School Year is Aug. 20. Early out Aug. 20, 21 ~ 22. -q