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Page Ten N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, August 9, 2012 ALL classified advertising is 20 cents a word with a $3.50 minimum AND payable in advance of publication. Bring your ad to the office and pay for the ad at that time. We reserve the right to accept or refuse any or all advertising. Publisher reserves the right to cancel any advertisement at any time. "Happy Ads" and "Thank Yous" are $2. DEADLINE IS NOON ON FRIDAY! announcements Rocky Burgett'sTree room furniture and acces- Garage sales will not be Service sories. Glothes sizes 10-12 accepted by email. They Tree Trimming, Removal & to women's size 12. must be paid for when the Stump Grinding, Free Es- ad is placed. Deadline for timates-Fully Insured, 30+ 519 Main St Friday, Aug. classified, ad and payment yrs experience. Phone 10 and Saturday, Aug. 11, is noon Fridays. 515-265-2248, Cell 515- 8-noon both days. Furni- 202-0182. ture, tools, household and Norwalk Food Pantry, Io- - misc- cated at New Life Lutheran Stonefield Home Church, 4380 Wakonda Services ACHIEVEMENT UPDATE Concluded from p. 9 Progress Monitoring- K-12 staff members will monitor the academic progress of individual students using specific progress monitoring processes. These processes include requirements for changes in instructional strategies based on effectiveness. Differentiated Instruction Training - Secondary teachers will continue profes- sional development work focused on the use of differentiated instruction to increase skills in adapting instruction to meet the needs of individual learners, providing all students with the appropriate level of challenge and the appropriate supports to help them reach learning goals. Professional Development on the Impact of Poverty- Elementary teachers will participate in year two of professional development to gain knowledge and skills related to working with students and families of poverty. Goals of this training, which may be expanded to secondary teachers, include helping teachers: ,Understand the impact of economic class differences on communication, interactions and expectations Recognize the symptoms of generational poverty and how they differ from situational poverty Understand poverty-related behaviors and mindsets that affect learning Increase awareness of "Hidden rules" or social cues that differ greatly be- tween classes Dr is open everyWednes- Wade Smith, 515-490- Increase their ability to identify, resources and strengths of any student day from 5 to 7 p.m. for Io- 1946, electrical, plumbing, Gain research-based intervention strategies, tips and tools proven to in- cal residents, repair. instructional effectiveness and communication with students and their fami- crease " ' ' lies childcare Clean Cut Tree Service For additional information, contact Jan jensen, Norwalk CSD Assessment Coor- Removals, trimming, A Plan For Managing dinator at 515-981-1850 or jjensen@norwalk.k12.ia.us Small, licensed daycare center has openings for children ages 3-11. Pre- school and after school activities, small teacher- child ratios, experienced Fireplace ing their glucose levels. A staff, home-cooked meals, Chimney Servicing new book sa[ys that it's pos- state assistance accepted. Annual servicing of your sible to do both. Call 981-0023. chimney system keeps Registered Dietitian and your family safe and your Certified Diabetes Educator Jill Weisenberger has ere- employment home in good repair. We at~d a handbook with a one- Regency Care Center and offer inspections, cleaning, par plan to help people with Assisted Living part4ime repairs product sales, re- diabetes reach their weigh~ dietary aide, evenings 4-8 lining, tuck-pointing and loss goals. p.m. and weekends. Apply more. Call at 815 High Rd Norwalk, Climbing Boys IA 5021i or call Barb at Chimney Cleaning 515-981-4269. Tim Mineart 689-9077 stump grinding, brush Diabetes And Weight cleanup, fully equipped and insured, Free consul- (NAPS)--4There's good news for those with diabetes. rations, 981-0511. Many feel they must choose between maintaining a healthy weight and manag- Part-time caregiver need- . . . ed in Norwalk to help etd- Rapid Rolloff erly in their homes. Assist Dumpsters with light housekeeping, To rent, 20-yard. "We de- laundry, errands and corn- liver to you" 515-370-2590 panionship. Call Karen at (Long Distance). From the Heart Senior Care to request an appli- Patava Concrete cation. 515-971-7676. Taking orders for tearouts, patios, replacement, new for sale construction, driveways, Band Flex Gym LT-2000, garage slabs. FREE ESTI- excellent condition, hardly MATES. Call Matt Palen, used, bench and shoulder 210-.1284 or Tim Patava, press, chest fly and rowing 210-1285. features. $135 OBO. Call 981-0977. garage sales 409 Main St Friday, Aug. for rent 10 and Saturday, Aug. 11, 1329 Sunset, 1st floor, of- 8:30 to 12. NO EARLY rices, $725/mo. Call Larry SALES AND NO SALE IF 681-6310. RAIN. Check Craigslist Thursday, Aug. 9 for list of services items. Small engine repair, pickup and delivery available. 712 Kitterman Cir Friday Prompt reasonable ser- and Saturday, Aug. 10and vice. We have used lawn 11, 8-12 p.m. Kids' and mowers. Local honey for women's clothing, parlor sale. 515-975-4348. Jim chairs, ball pit, household Dixon items, collectables and much misc. Handyman work by a re- - ' tired carpenter. Honest,1232Victoria Cir Friday, reasonable and reliable. Aug. 10 and Saturday, Aug. 981-0133. 11 from 8-12. Kids' bed- Join an Award-winning Health Care Team! Ultireta~ Nui~r~ing Serv[ce~ I~ RN/LPN openings f0 t~ek~tay ~ r~ft$ a~e. We offer ctam~oectfl training, risible h~ur= and wages based on ~ao ~i~~~: .~~~i~i ~:~,~= ~,w,~,~,~.=~ ~ Leonard, Certified Master Chef and Le Cordon Bleu ~: .: :.::: i::,4~ executive chef, offers his own ~:;~ii~, .~~"i:i:~:::~~-;::!:;ii~~ picniCone createP interSthe perfectt helPalfrescoany- meal. ~~;~"~~ " =Everyone loves a picnic, Author Jill Weisenberger but eating the standard says it's possible for those saz~v~ch can take the excite- with diabetes to control their ment out of it," said Chef glucose levels and lose Leonard. "To make the most weight, of your picnic experience, it's The book, "Diabetes Weight essential to think about fea- I~ss--Week by Week: A Safe, turing seasonal foods that Effective Method for Losing celebrate summer." Weight andImprovingYour Le Cordon Bleu chef Health," is published by the instructors suggest keeping American Diabetes As- your meal light with plenty sociation. It discusses calo- of salads and fruit. The chefs ries, keeping a food log, recommend makingawater- understanding carbs, intro- melon and feta salad or cre- ducing physical activity, and ating an heirloom tomato understanding what limitS- salad with fresh herbs like tions you may have due to basil or sage. For protein, certain medications. : focus on meats that are In addition to work sheets cooked slowly at a low tern- and action steps, the book - perature because they tend also contains tips on how to to keep well. Try cold pulled halt negative self-talk, tame pork or roast beef. When it nighttime nibbles and con- comes to side dishes, consider quer cravings, cultured, pasteurized ingre- To learn more or to order, dients--like sour cream or call (800) 232-6455 or visit Greek yogurt--for the base www.diabetes.org/weightloss, of any sauces. This will elim- Take Dinner Outdoors With An Easy (NAPS)--As the weather heats up, picnics offer the perfect outdoor activity for family, friends and foodies alike. A meal under the sun provides a picturesque set- ting to impress loved ones with an on-the-go gourmet feast while making the most of your time outdoors. Any picnic pro knows that a great meal includes sea- sonal, easy dishes that cele- brate the season without caus- ing extra work or hassle. For many, packing food for travel and anticipating the heat can put limitations on picnic dishes. Chef Edward Summer Picnic Watermelon and Feta Salad with Mint Picnics provide a great opportunity to create fla- vorful dishes that will make for a memorable meal. inate any issues with using egg-based products that can go bad in the heat. "Picnics are a great time to try out new seasonal dishes and enjoy fresh, local produce," said Chef Leonard~ =We teach our students to appreciate local ingredients and find the best ways to showcase the flavors." Students at Le Cordon Bleu learn the foundational techniques necessary to use their skills and passion to create exceptional dishes. Regardless of your comfort in the kitchen, picnics pro- vide a great opportunity to create flavorful dishes that will make for a memorable meal. =If you are looking for fresh meal ideas or want to brush up on your cooking skills, I encourage you to attend an enthusiast cooking class at Le Cordon Bleu," said Chef Leonard. "Our campuses around the country host hands-on classes where food- ies can experience a class with a professional instructor." Visit www.chefs.edu to learn more. 6 cups watermelon, cubed into 1" squares red onion, thinly sliced cup fresh mint, chopped cup fresh basil, chopped cup Kalamata olives, pitted and sliced 2 oz. feta cheese, sliced into 1 inch by V~ inch rectangles I Tbsp white balsamic (or rice wine) vinegar 1 Tbsp olive oil Juice and zest of I lime Dash of Tabasco Sea uit and fresh ground pepper, to tas Combine the water- melon, olives, feta and herbs and mix together lightly. Whisk up the remaining ingredients in a small bowt for the dress- ing and set aside. Dress this dish just before serv- ing and lightly toss. Peach and HeirIoom Tomato Salad Recipe 2 peaches, pitted and sliced large heirloom tomatoes 4 Tbsp. olive oil tsp. salt 2 tsp. lemon juice 3 tsp. balsamic vinegar tsp. fresh thyme Goat cheese, to taste In a small bowl, combine oil, salt, lemon juice, bal- samic vinegar and thyme to create the vinaigrette. In an airtight container, assemble peaches and tomatoes and crumble goat cheese over the top. Drizzle with vinaigrette. Call 911 for emergencies ! LIBRARY HOURS Monday - Thursday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday, 1 - 5 p.m. Closed Sundays (Merno l Day-Ld Day) [] inlc Every Thursday 6 - 8 p.m. Patient registration begins at 5:45 p.m. with last patient registration at 7 p.m. Crossroads Church, 2601 Border St Norwalk 515-287-8580 www.2thecrossroads.com Illness/Minor Injury, Well Child Exams (no vaccines), School/Sports Physicals, Lead Testing, Adult Tetanus Shots, Chiropractic, Patient Assistance, Program Enrollment, Diabetes-Blood Glucose Testing, High Blood Pressure Testing First Come "- First Served. No Appointments Necessary. No Cost. In-Kind Donations Accepted. A Volunteer Healthcare Network