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AI. Thursday, August 15, 2013 N/Warren Town and County News Page Five BAMBINO'S RESTAURANT "Grand" new place, same classic taste/ Now at 2025 Grand Ave., West Des Moines 225.4842 Open Tuesd?y - Friday I 11 a.m. close Saturday, 4 p.m. - close *Tuesday & Wednesday Dinner Buffet 'Wednesday Lunch Buffet 11 a.m.- 1:30 p.m. New items available on lunch menul Fundraiser For Scout Project Derrick Fridle Carlisle, a member of Norwalk Boy Scout Troop 301 will hold a Spaghetti dinner as a fundraiser for his Eagle Scout Project. The dinner will be held at New Life Lutheran Church from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday; Aug. 23. The cost is a free will donation. B2B Salon 'e200oSw':e'00 o FULL SERVICE SALON Manicures ~ Pedicures ~ Cut ~ Color $45.00 Put an Independent Agent to work for you. Tuesday-Friday ~ 10am to 7pm Saturday ~ 9am to 5pm -" Sunday ~ llam to 5pm Walk-ins Welcome me help find the vehicle insurance policy that's right for you. LANE INSUPd00,NCEAGCY INC 515-981-4614 mlane@taneinsurance,com Live Healthy Iowa MOVE MORE WITH THE NEXT STEP CHALLENGE Register now to improve wellness and win prizes Iowans have heard that a key component of healthy living is to move more, natural. Live Healthy Iowa has the perfect opportunity to make it a habit. LHI's The Next Step Challenge is a six-week pedometer based chal- lenge motivating Iowans to move more by tracking their daily step count in friendly team competition with the chance to win incentives and prizes. The Next Step Chal- lenge begins Monday, Sept. 9, and Iowans can form teams of two-ten friends, family or co-workers, desig- nate a team captain and register now at www.livehealthyiowa.org. Registration for The Next Step is $10 per participant and each will receive a Live Healthy Iowa pedometer; a weekly email containing activity tips, healthy recipes and fitness inspiration; access to a personal tracking page, healthy recipes and wellness information on the Live Healthy Iowa website; opportunities to win team incentives and individual prizes; and more! "I had been trying to lose weight and plan to exer- cise. It wasn't until I had a team depending on me that I finally did. I lost 15 pounds during The Next Step Chal- lenge. It wasn't easy to add walk time into my daily rou- tine, but because of the team motivation and Live Healthy Iowa tips I did and now it has become habit. Plus, I've found that walking is a great way for me to de-stress!" says 2012 The Next Step participant, Kay Allen of Boone. 2013 is the third year for The Next Step Challenge. In 2012, 5,105 Iowans participated on over 900 teams rep- resenting 98 Iowa counties. Participants recorded nearly three billi on steps, equivalent to 1,469,912 miles! LEISURE LINE Concluded from p. 3 mum/Maximum Number of Teams: 4/12. OPALS- Senior Citizen Programs (Older People with Active Life Styles) Crossroads "Church 10-Year Celebration Sunda Sept. 15, Cross- roads Church will be cel- ebrating its 10-year anni- versary with a catered meal, games for the kids and fellowship at 11 a.m. Join us for worship at 9:30 a.m. and then come for the festivities at 11 a.m. A Ha- waiian Luau is the theme for the day, so come dressed for the occasion. Crossroads Church thanks the Norwalk com- munity for their support during this 10 years as Crossroads has tried to find ways to serve our community. Fun Facts -Did you know that the Norwalk Community ac- tually chose the Cross- roads name? Church vol- unteers went door to door in Norwalk with three name options and the name that got the most votes wa selected. -Dicl you tnow that the church facility was de- signed with Norwalk com- munity needs in mind? During the door to door visits, church volunteers asked what some of the biggest needs were in the Norwalk Communitv. SENIOR CITIZEN EXERCISE- _ .......... Peoplondic.ated that gym Everyone age 55 and older is invited to attena fee '-" si'as"d of th"t;ig- exercise program that will include stretching and ton- gest needs. Thus, Cross- ing. We will meet at the Norwalk Christian Church lo- cated at 701 Main St. This program will start September 24 and run until the end of-May. Days: Monday and Thursday; Time: 10-10:30 a.m. SHUFFLEBOARD LEAGUE This well-known game has just been re-established here in the Norwalk City Park. Come out and enjoy the sound of gliding discs as they whiz down the court. Shuffleboard equipment will be provided. Days: Mon- days; Time: 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. SHERIFF'S REPORT I Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. 8000 block of G24 Hwy, Norwalk resident reported a burglary to two buildings. Over $15,000 worth of prop- erty tak. en. i.. C roads built a gym verses a formal sanctuary. To this day, Crossroads allows groups to use the church gym for free. The gym has been a great staging area for the three "Meals from the Heartland" food pack- aging events that have been held on behalf of the Norwalk area. -Did you know that once Crossroads learned one of the greatest needs of our Norwalk commu- nity was affordable health care, Crossroads began of- fering a FREE HEATH CLINIC each Thursday from 5:30-8 p.m.? 00elp