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Page Four N/Warren Town and County News NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES I Thursday, August 11, 2011 Kyle Frank Sixteen-year-old Kyle Frank, Norwalk, has been accepted into Harding University located in Ar- kansas. He will be transfer- ring in as a junior, major- ing in Bible and Religion. He has received a transfer scholarship as well as one in Bible. He starts his classes the end of August. Kyle entered DMACC January 2010 and recently received his Associates Degree in May 2011. He is helping with the local homeless ministry. ..... y- ............................. Sara Arnold, Norwalk, was recognized as an Out- standing Business Admin- istration Student by the faculty at AIB College of Business. "We're .very proud to have Sara as an AIB stu- dent," said Assistant Pro- fessor Ann Wright, depart- ment chair of business ad- ministration at AIB. "It's a pleasure for the faculty and staff at A1B to play a small part in Sara's aca- demic success." To be considered, Arnold and the other hon- orees had to attain a grade point average of 3.75 or higher. The students' ac- complishments were cel- ebrated at a reception at- tended by AIB faculty, staff and students. Arnold is earning a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration In class, members of the Student Court Reporters and Captioners Association (SCRCA) at AIB College of Business write at speeds up to 225 words per minute on their steno machines. At a recent meeting of the student organization, Amanda Lundberg, formerly of Norwalk, from West Des Moines and seven other SCRCA members slowed down to handwrite cards, notes and letters to several members of the military serving abroad. "Susan Reese sent out an email to family and friends saying her son Charlie was going to be going overseas and serving and she asked everyone to keep him in their thoughts and prayers," explained Professor Catherine (Kay) Smith, faculty advisor to SCRCA and upcoming department chair of Court Reporting and Captioning at AIB. "Susan is an AIB graduate in captioning and she's on our department's advisory committee." "I thought we should write let- ters of support," said Smith, who canvassed AIB faculty and staff for other man, a junior from home safely." Lundberg is earning a Bachelor of Science in Steno Captioning at Norwalk, is on thespring AIB. Front row, left to right: Amanda Lundberg, Nora Tran, Jessica Paulsen, Kayla 2011 honor roll in the Col- Glasshoff. Back row: Kathy Skalka, Professor Deb DuBuc, Ashley Johnson, Anna lege of Liberal Arts and Gratz, Emily Messenger, Professor Catherine (Kay) Smith. Photo submitted. Sciences at the University .............................................................................................................. looking forward to focus- at AIB. mg more on his interests ................................. servicemembers to include in the writing campaign. "We want to thank them for now s ince all the core Timothy Child Helt- their service to the country and let them know that we certainly hope they return classes are taken care of. While home-schooling and attending DMACC, he spent most of his free time as an actor at various the- of Kansas. He is the son of Sarah and Jeffrey Heltman from Norwalk and a graduate of Norwalk Community High School in Norwalk. More than 4,400 under- graduate students at KU eamecl honor r011 distinc- tion for the spring 2011 semester. Th~ey are from KU's Lawrence campus and the schools of allied health and nursing ha Kan- sas City, KS. atres in the area. He has done seventeen produc- tions, twelve of them being musicals. He also played in his church youth band, playing keyboards and singing, and occasionally played his guitar and led mufic. During this fimehe also went overseas three times with different mis- sion organizations and three missions within the United States as well as being a regular part of Happy 70th Birthday, MomI RECEIVE 10 FREE TREES Spruce up your land-" scape by joining the Arbor Day Foundation in Au- gust. Everyone who joins the n0npr0tit t r00r Day Foundation with a $10 do- nation will receive 10 free Colorado blue spruce trees through the Foundation's Trees for America cam- paign. The trees will be shipped postpaid at the right time for planting in each member's area, which will fall between October 15 and December 10. The six- to 12-inch trees are guaranteed to grow or they will be replaced free of charge. "Colorado blue spruce trees provide homeowners with many benefits," said John Rosenow, chief ex- ecutive and founder of the Arbor Day Foundation. "They can be used as an ~n~r~y-~ym8 winal~ro-kt for privacy, as ornamental trees and even as a living Christmas tree out in the yard. They provide beauty year-round to any land- scape." New members of the Arbor Day Foundation will also receive The Tree Book, which includes infor- mation about tree planting and care and Arbor Day, the Foundation's bi- monthly publication. To receive the free Colo- rado blue spruce trees, send a $10 membership contribution to Ten Blue Spruces, Arbor Day Foun- dation, 100 Arbor Ave., Nebraska City, NE 68410, by August 31, 2011, or join online at arborday.org/au- ~st. Norwalk Nursing & Rehab 921 Sunset Dr. 981-0604 Tom came to Norwalk Nursing & Rehab from home June 10, for some strengthening and help with medications. T6~'~al was to return to his home here in Norwalk. Our therapy and nursing staff were very helpful in helping Tom go home. + , COMMWFED TO OUR H ~. ~ : : CUSTOMERS AND ? ,, :+. ",r~.t ~, Birth Shelly and Mike Batchelder, Millis, MA, are the parents of a son, Evan Michael, born Saturday, June 11. Evan weighed 5 lbs., 14 oz. and was 19 in. long. Grandparents are Bob and Gail Beermann, Norwalk, and Dana and Catherine Batchelder, Stoughton, MA. Great-grandparents are Patricia Johnson, Cresco, and Warren Batchelder, Hill NH. MS Warrior Team Camp All incoming seventh and eighth graders at Norwalk Middle School are invited to participate in a Warrior Team Camp Tuesday through Thurs- day, Aug. 16 - 18, from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at the Middle School practice field in or- der to prepare for the start of the football season. There is no cost for the camp. Players should attend camp all three days. Eighth graders will check out equipment from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 17. Seventh graders will check out equipment from 67:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 18. Official practice begins the first day of school, Wednesday, Aug. 24. For more information. Cflll C0flch JoE I~Uhn at 515-707 -7784 or go to joe.kuhn@norwalk.k12.ia.us Happy Birthday Taylor Lyn. August 12thI Love you very much! Grandpa and Grandma Jones Tami, Greg, Ryan, Logan, Traci, Ed, Zoie~imdEmma DALLY FAMILY VALUE MEALS- $6.99 After 4 p.m. Mon.- Pot Roast Tues.- Beef & Noodles Wad.- Chicken Friod Steak Thurs.- Chicken & Noodles Fri.- Hot Beef Sandwich Sat.- Baby Back Ribs Family Value Meals Include Potatg,Green Beans & Dinner Roll 1031 Sunset Dr., Norwalk 981-1-031