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Thursday, August 20, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page Five 3 4-H Record book Workshop Bevington Garden Club The Latest Lunchtime Fad ls In The Bag The Bevington Garden (NAPS)—Brown bags are ' Club met at the Bevington poised to become one of the City Hall for a mini-fair hodestaccessories, with adults where the membes dis- mg more than 8‘5 Who“ played plants, flowers and browsing! Efinfig§312gean vegetables from their gar- accor e roup. _ Brown-bagging can save dens, as well as paintings fin! h‘mglngdOnarS 33:;- V and photographs. Betty may your w . ' _ . . . Brown-bag lunches tend to Leudlds “Sp fin!” me" ‘ DOOIEY and Milvuua be smaller in size and lower clmn- unc es. ey re more Brown were guest judges. , in calories. my“ °_'°' Best of show was a AS for What's in those is 3'; ‘3?" ts: minature garden by Pat brown bags—sandwiches are M;— H 0 an the number one choice. To YouAre a Star Sandwich g. ' . . . put more bang into your Makes sandwich V1Ck1 Dmkmson re’ brown bag, here are a few ported on the spice Cumin sandwich-savvy suggestions: 2 slices Nature’s Own which has been used Since 0 Toss chopped nuts or Whitewheat Bread - . halved grapes into chicken or Catsup'or mustard anamt umes' Its‘nutty affd hmsaladAddjanedmastcd (optional) peppery flavor IS used in peppers, sprouts or sun-dried 1 slice low-fat luncheon Mexican and Tex-Mex tomatoes to a turkey or roast meat (such as baked dishes, as well as playing beef sandwich. Spread chut- ham or light bologna) an im rtant note in Indian ney, Asian peanut sauce, 1 slice reduced-fat p0 ‘ pesto, barbecue sauce or spicy cheese Photo submitted. and Mlddle EaStern mustard instead of mayo. Prevent soggy bread by packing moist ingredients, such as tomato slices, pickles or roasted peppers, separately ' 'Ihck a lettuce leaf or a bit of grated carrots inside sandwiches for extra crunch and fiber. ' Change the bread along with the fillings. In addition to whole—grain sandwich breads, try bagels, English muffins, sandwich rolls and tortillas. ' Whole-grain breads, such as Nature’s Own pre- mium specialty breads from Flowers Foods, can be a great source of dietary fiber and will help keep your hunger at bay the rest of the day. For exam- ple, Whitewheat Has the taste, texture and appearance of clas- sic white bread and the nutri- tion of whole wheat bread. ' Consider this star sandwich: Spread 1 side of each bread slice with catsup or mustard, if desired. Layer meat and cheese between bread slices. Place sandwich on cut- ting board. Center a 3%:- to 4-inch, metal, star- shaped cookie cutter over top of sandwich. Press down firmly to cut through all layers and form star-shaped sand- wich. If necessary, trim around bottom edge of cookie cutter with paring knife to form clean edges. Refrigerate sandwich scraps in a plastic sand- wich bag—they make a tasty after-school snack. Tip: Get creative with shaped sandwiches. Surprise your kids with other simple shapes, such as hearts and teddy bears. SEX->1- Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night. -Edgar Allan Poe SEX-3(- Large walkout lots backing to a. pond or Iowa’s countryside. Enjoy a s oins dress Tuesday evening, August 4, Brenda Onstot, 4—H leader, assisted members in un- derstanding how to fill out their record books from start to finish. 4—H’ers had the opportunity to fill out one of the project areas they had exhibited at the Warren County fair and learned what all may be included in their record. Onstot interacted and assisted the 4—H’ers in how to find answers to their ques- tions. The workshop helped 4-H youth begin their record book to gain an under— standing of how important it is to keep records not only in 4-H, but in life. For information on joining 4—H and to learn more about the projects available to you, call 515-061-6237 to reach Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Warren County. Norwalk Free Medical Clinic Every Thursday 6 — 8 pm. (except holidays) Patient registration begins at 5:45 pm. Last patient appointment will be at 7:30 pm. Crossroads Church 26.01 Border St. Nomalk 515-287-8580 www.2thecrossroads.com Illness/Minor Injury, Well Child Exams (no vaccines), School/Sports Physicals, Employment Physicalslead Testing, Adult Tetanus Shots, Chiropractic, Patient Assistance Program Enrollment, Diabetes-Blood Glucose Testing, Blood Pressure Testing $freefilinicsn A Volunteer Healthcare Network First Come First Served. No Appointments Necessary. No Cost. ln-Kind Donations Accepted. l—a L and attend N Schools at Fox Valley Allyn Brown John Akers Suzy Marker Directions: Hwy 5 Bypass To SW Connector, South To Maffitt Lake Rd, West To 8 20th Dr Orilla Rd, 30th Through Orilla Development On The West Side Of The Road. .....---.--— Call for more info: 453-6403 453-5103 453-6009 0 l :Rcalty Iowa'slargafl '37 _V cruisines. In addition to adding taste, Cumin is an excellent source of iron in the human body, is benefi- cial to the digestive system and may also have anti-car- cinogenic properties. It was also used as a preseratiVe in mummification. The August meeting is a day trip to pick berries at the Edge of the Woods Farm and a visit to Hy-Vee for a food tour with a dieti- tian and lunch at the E Street Cafe. The January meeting started off on a lively note with party hats and a hub- bly toast to the New Year. Jan Carter-Dougherty and Ginger Bice reported on the herbVRosemary. Rosemary is used as a decorative plant in gardens and has many culinary and medici- nal uses. Gladys Dixon had a program on falcons. In February, Beth Cabanis reported on Sweet Basil, which is commonly used fresh in cooked reci- pes. The program “Kick Up Yur Heels Line Dance Party” had members laughing as they tried to master line dancing. In March, Pat Hogan re— ported on the herb, Tarra— gon. French Tarragon is the variety considered best for the kitchen. A report, on the Emerald Ash Borer was given. : A day trip to Sue Kimball’s home to tour the Labyrinth Garden was held in April. Logan Robers was the speaker at the Annett Center and reported on pollinators. The Bevington Garden Club hosted its an- nual April Luncheon in Indianola. In June, a trip was made to O’Leary’s Funeral Home in Norwalk. Joyce Wildin gave a report on Curry. The program was on Herbal Remedies 12 Natural Healers. Service activities have included making beach party favors, Valentine's Day cards, visit residents of the Norwalk Care Center, spring center pieces, Easter surprises and May baskets.