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1 4 ~ _ _ . Page Four N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, August 8, 2013 " ]11,.,- The following local stu- dents recently earned de- grees from AIB. They are Kayla Routson, who earned a Bachelor of Sci- ence degree in Business Administration with Hon- ors. Darcy Garcia earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting. Colton Barton earned an Associ- ate in Applied Science de- gree in Accounting with Highest Honors. Eric Sher- iff earned an Associate in Applied Science degree in Accounting and Kaitlyn Goldizen earned a Bach- elor of Science degree in Accounting with Highest Honors. Darcy Garcia Kayla Routson ................................. ~v NEIGHBORHOOD NOTESI Some 4,000 under- graduatestudents at the University of Iowa were named to the Dean's List for the 2013 spring semes- ter. Students on the list from Norwalk are Haley Andrews, Nursing; Mere- dith Francisco, Janie Myers and Connor Milliken, Lib- eral Arts and Sciences. Also from Cumming, Ben- jamin Roth, Liberal Arts and Sciences; Woodrow Sabroske, Business and Brendan Smolen, Engi- neering. .................................. Boy Scouts To Hold Car Wash Members of Norwalk Cub Scout Pack 103 will have two car washes. The first one is Saturday, Aug. 10, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Fareway grocery store. Sunda Aug. 18, from 1 to 4 p.m. they will have a car wash at Scott's Foods. Boy Scouts will wash and dry cars for a free-will donation. The proceeds will be directed toward purchasing new bikes for the less fortunate. Norwalk Nursing and Rehab Success Story Norwalk Nursing and Rehab wants to congratulate Evelyn McClure who came for therapy for approxi- mately six weeks after a recent broken bone. She did an amazing job and is now back home finishing her recuperation. Way to go, Evelyn! Photo submitted. t POLICE REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. fice for review. Responded to the 1100 Received a report of a block of Rolling Hills property damageaccident Court for a Credit Cardin the 1200 block of East Fraud. Information was 18th Street. A vehicle taken and a report was Deadline for ads, I made. The case is being | iegals and stories[turned bvdr to the Wells Fargo Fraud Divisibn for is Noon Friday! investigation. 8600 block of Crestview200 block of Marlou Drive, resident called to Parkway, resident re- advise that she was being ported criminal mischief harassed over the phone., to his vehicle. Glass dam- age; $75 loss. BrEMC. InsurarK,:e Com ;a; i .... -7= driven by Barbara Comito, 68, Norwalk, struck a parked vehicle Informa- tion was taken and a re- port was forwarded to the Iowa Department of Trans- Called to the 900 block portation. of South Avenue for a Hit and Run accident. A Officer stopped to assist Norwalk juvenile backed two vehicles at the inter- from a driveway and section of 50th and Beard- struck a parked vehicle, sley. One vehicle was con- then left without reporting firmed stolen out of Des the accident. The subject Moines. Devin Frazier, 23, was cited for leaving the Des Moines, was arrested scene of an accident. The and charged with Theft report was forwarded to 2nd. A second subject, the Iowa Department of Tylar Feder, 22, Norwalk, Transportation. was arrested and charged Dispatched to Lake- withaDrug/NarcoticVio- wood Pointe Drive and lation and with Possession Beardsley for a property of Drug Paraphernalia. damage accident. A Nor- Both subjects were pro- walk juvenile lost control cessed and transported to of the vehicle and struck a the Warren County Jail. utility pole. The subject was charged with Failure Officer met with a vic- to Maintain Control. A re- tim of a theft that occurred port was made and for- in the 1900 block of Cedar warded to the Iowa De' Street. Information was pertinent of Transporta- taken and a report was tion. made. Cody Gabriel, 19, Received a Call of theft Norwalk, was arrested and of services that occurred in charged with Burglary 3rd the 300 block of Wright degree and Theft 5th de- Road. Officer obtained in- gree. He was transported formation for the report to the Warren Count Jail and referred it to the War- for further processing. ren County Attorney's Of- In-Floor -. Geothermal Heating "Insured & Certified" COMMITTED TO oUR CUSTOMERS AND OUR COMMUNII"~. SALES ~ SERVICE ~ REPLACEMENT BATHROOM REMODEL Home Office: Des Moines, IA C...4. www.emcinsor~nce.com ='''-: OGS - Nc,,walk like us on Facebook at Mitchell Phipps Project Recentl Mitchell Phipps, of Norwalk, attended the High School Leadership Institute Program at Wartburg College in Waverly. The program is a college level course that Phipps will receive credit for, as well as a scholar- ship upon completion. As part of the course, Phipps" job was to create a service project that fits a need in his community. After meeting with city officials, Dr. Denny Wulf, Norwalk Community Schools Superintendent and Nancy Kuehl, Norwalk Parks and Rec Director, Phipps is plan- ning a Grill Out/Swim event. The event will be held at the Norwalk City Pool Wednesday, Aug. 14, 5-8 p.m. Proceeds from the Grill Out/Swim will go to plans for a recreation center and show the communities' ap- preciation to the fire and police departments. Phippsinvites everyone in the community to enjoy a hamburger/hotdog, swim and meet and greet Norwalk city officials. Donations will be accepted. For more in- formation, contact Phipps at Mphipps14@norwalk.k1 2.ia.us or at 515-981-5226. EAGLE SCOUT PROJECT Eagle Scout Golf Equipment Drive for G.I.V.E. Ryan Owens, a Norwalk Eagle Scout candidate with Troop 48, is collecting donated golf equipment for the non-profit G.I.V.E. organization. G.I.V.E. is an acronym for Golf for Injured Veterans Everywhere. G.I.V.E. teaches veterans with physical or mental injuries and one guest to golf in a 5-week program. Each person is given a free set of dubs and other equipment. Owens is collecting used or-new golf clubs, bags, balls, tees, shoes, outerwear, gloves, etc. The Des Moines chapter of G.I.V.E. is new so a lot of equipment is needed so that each veteran can have these things. For more information, visit the G.I.V.E. website at GiveForVeterans.com. To donate, contact Owens at rhino1234567 89@gmail.com or drop items off at Scott's Foods, Farewa3 Legacy Golf Club or Echo Valley Country Club. Also, Willow Creek Driving Range and Hy-Vee Mills Civic, both in West Des Moines. LIBRARY Concluded from p. 1 locate a good book to read, research medical conditions, access government information and more. Accredited libraries receive a higher rateof compen- sation through Iowa Library Services' Enrich Iowa pro- gram. They also receive a Certificate of Accreditation signed by Governor Terry Branstad, Lieutenant Gover- nor Kim Reynolds, State Librarian Mary Wegner and Iowa Commission of Libraries Chairperson Dan Boice. Said Wegner: "The director and board of trustees of the Norwalk Easter Public Library and the city of Norwalk are to be commended for this achievement and their commitment to excellence in public library services for their community." Bringing out the best in each other. Christian Opportunity Center is hiring people to fulfill its mission of integrating U JUtl Christian values in teaching skills for life Cl [ff while supporting people with disabilities. We are eun seeking I outgoing, positive, dedicated | team members for the following positions in -- Indianola/Des Moines. LIVING SKILLS ADVISOR Responsible to provide interactive training in a home environmdnt by assisting with a variety of daily living skills such as cooking, cleaning, grooming, etc. Full-time positions available including a unique 24-hour position with 7 days off every 3rd week! Friendly, caring environment. WORK SKILLS SUPERVISOR Supervise and train people with disabilities in a vocational setting for the purpose of improving their work/social skills and the overall quality of their life. Full-time positions available. Generous paid time-off and other b nefit provided. Visit www.christianopportunity.org for information and instructions on : : Human Resources: 641-628-8087, Ext. 1553 Broadway St., Petla, iA EOE