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Tlursday, Augus 14, 2014 N/Warren Town and County News Page Nine PBS LearningMedia, a FREE Digital Learning Resource Iowa Public Television (IPTV) and the Iowa Com- munications Network (ICN) are partnering to bring PBS LeamingMedia, a FREE, interactive digital resource to Iowa educators and students. To sign up for a FREE account, visit for Iowa Teachers ' will be able to upload con- tent to PBS LearningMe- dia, making it readily available to educators and students inside and out- side of the classroom. In addition, IPTV is now able to offer increased educa- tional outreach at school Protecting Against Sun Damage While In A Car (NAPS)--The average American spends more than 101 minutes a day in a car. Unfortunately, what many drivers and passengers fail to realize is that when they are in a car, not all the dan- ger they face is on the road. Both drivers and passen- http://iptv.pbslearni'ng media.org/. PBS LeamingMedia has over 87,000 digital re- sources available in its on- line database. This on-de- mand service for educa- tors provides easy access to classroom-ready learn- ing resources based on ed- ucational media devel- oped by IPTV and other PBS stations. PBS Learn- ingMedia encompasses short video and audio seg- ments and interactive learning experiences, while teachable lesson plans provide highly effec- tive learning exercises and help position educators on the leading edge of tech- nology. This ]PTV and ICN collaboration supports en- hanced educational op- portunities for educators and students in Iowa. Educators have ex- plained that they are look- ing for more online con- tent to integrate into their classrooms to engage their students. IPTV already has an expansive library of lo- cal resources; with the support of the ICN, IPTV sites and in classrooms to help educators learn about, explore and effec- tively use PBS Learning- Media. This effort builds on the ICN's dedication to educa- tion by providing high- speed Internet and data to schools where the Net- work is connected. Recent Network enhancements increased bandwidth to all 99 counties with a 10 GB capable backbone. There are numerous school dis- tricts in Iowa with one GB of high speed Internet ac- cess available, if they choose to subscribe at that level. Likewise, the online effort builds on IPTV's rep- utation as a producer and distributor of highly trust- ed and high quality edu- cational content. For additional PBS LearningMedia informa- tion, contact Angela Hiatt (angela.hiatt@iptv.org) or Abby Brown (abby@ iptv.org); IPTV Education- al Services. For additional information about the ICN, visit www.icn .iowa.gov. clip and save Norwalk Schools Phone Directory Central OfficeAdministration High School (Grades 10-12) High School Activities Eastview 8/9 School Middle 6/7 School Lakewood Elementary (Grades 3-5)- Oviatt Elementary (Grades PreK-2) Transportation Office (Bus Barn) Food Service/Nutrition Office Building & Grounds Office 981-0676 981-4201 981-4204 981-9655 981-0435 981-1850 981-1005- 981-0016 981-9876 981-0917 gers are often exposed to harmful ultraviolet A (UVA) rays, particularly from the side windows of the cars in which they ride. i Adding a UV-blocking film or tint to car windows can be an effective way to help block damaging rays and protect yourself while you drive. "Damage from certain kinds of ultraviolet rays is cumulative," says Dr. Dee Anna Glaser, vice chair of the dermatology department at St. Louis University. "These rays penetrate deep into the skin and can silently accelerate the aging process, cause wrinkles and evenskin cancer." Fortunately, adding a UVArbl0cking film or tint to car windows can be an effec- tive way to help block dam- aging rays and protect your- self while you drive. For example, a range of window film options, sold under the brand name LLumar, provide UV protec- tion. There's even a clear film that appeals to those who do not want a darker window appearance, or where the use of dark films is prohibited by state law. When applied over ordinary automotive glass, this film's virtually invisible protection blocks more than 99 percent of harmful UV rays.* LLumar window film acts as "sunscreen'---offer- ing daily sun protection with a one-time application. To learn more, visit www. llumar.com. *(wavelengths to 280-380nm) I Deadline for ads, I legals and stories I is Noon Friday! Cooking Corner A The Sandwich Swap 'n' Share Program Brings The Tradition Of Sandwich Swapping Online To Benefit Feeding America (NAPS)--The best sand- wiches of your childhood were often the ones you scored through a swap with a class- mate. Now, enjoyingAnd sharing--a delicious sand- wich can help give food to others. Hellmann's  and Best Foods Mayonnaise have teamed up with musician and actor Billy Ray Cyrus to encourage people of all ages to celebrate this childhood tradition by joining the Hellmann's virtual Sand- wich Swap 'n' Share program to support Feeding America , the nation's leading domes- tic hunger relief charity. Feeding America For every sandwich created at Facebook.com/hell manns, Hellmann's and Best Foods  will donate seven lunches  to Feeding America . Creating a sandwich auto- matically enters participants for a chance to win a $250 grocery store gift certificate.  For each virtual sandwich shared with a friend on Facebook , Hellmann's will donate an additional seven lunches to the charity. "You can't find a bigger sandwich fan than me---I'm a real food, real sandwich man," said Cyrus. "I am honored to be a part of this program, and the best part is that we31 hope- fully inspire folks to join the effort to end hunger by sup- porting Feeding America." Build the Perfect Sandwich Hellmann's Sandwich Swap ' Share program is part of the "Build the Perfect Sandwich" campaign, featur- Brown-bag lunches and sandwich swapping are a. Iongtime school ritual. Swap them on Faceboold and you could help feed a hungry child, ing critically acclaimed chef, restaurateur, author and TV personality Bobby Flay. The campaign site, www.BuildThe PerfectSandwich.com, asks visitors six questions that measure your current mood and circumstances and uses them to recommend the per- feet sandwich recipe. The site also includes tips and "twists" to everyday favorites such as the cheddar-apple ham and cheese sandwich and the avo- cado tuna melt. Visitors can enjoy how-to videos and tuto- rials featuring Flay. This deli- cious recipe is found on the site: Keep You Running Sandwich Smoked Paprika Egg Salad Sandwich on Whole Grain (Serves: 4) cup Hellmann's or Best Foods Light Mayonnaise 2 tablespoons Hellmann's" Dijonnaise 1 tablespoon white wine vinegar 1 heaping tablespoon smoked Spanish paprika Salt and freshly ground black pepper 2 green onions (pale green part), thinly sliced 1 cup diced celery 3 tablespoons finely chopped flat leaf parsley 8 hard-cooked eggs, peeled and chopped 3 tablespoons olive oil 8 slices whole grain or whole wheat bread small onion, thinly sliced Parsley leaves, for garnish (optional) 1. Whisk together the mayonnaise, Dijonnaise, white wine vinegar and paprika in a large bowl. Add the green onion, parsley, celery and eggs to the mayonnaise mix- ture and gently fold to combine; season with salt and pepper to taste. 2. Brush the bread on both sides with some of the oil and grill on a grill or grill pan until lightly golden brown or place on a baking sheet and place under the broiler for 45 seconds per side. 3. Divide the egg salad among the 8 slices of bread, top with slices of onion and a few parsley leaves There is nothing more admirable than two people who see eye to eye keeping house, con-founding their enemies, and delighting their friends. : : = - -Homer Norwalk Free Medical Clinic 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 PressureTesting First Come-First Served. 00freeCli No Appointments Necessary. nJcsm No Cost. In-Kind Donations Accepted. AVolunteer Healthcare N#twork YOUTH BOWLING PROGRAM Starts Saturday, Sept. 6, 9:30 a.m. Sian up Saturday, Auq. 16 & 23 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Each bowler receives 2 free games, shoes; hot dog and soda. Bumper Buddies (ages 3-7) 2 games, includes shoes, $8 per week Young Guns (ages 8-12) 3 games, includes shoes $9 perweek Super Stars (ages 13-18) 3 games, includes shoes $9 per week All coached programs; everybody receives a trophy. ff you are unable to make a sign up date, call 515-285-8632, ask for Dawn or email airlanes@mchsi.com. Come join the FUN! Air Lanes, 4200 Fleur Dr., Des Moines