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, Thursday, August 21, 2014 N/Warren Town and County News Page Five Scout Open House Norwalk Girl Scouts and Cub Scout Pack 103 are holding an Open House event Sunday, Aug. 24, from 2-4 p.m. at St. John the Apostle Catholic Church, 720 Orchard Hills Dr. Individuals from both groups will be on hand to answer questions. Kids will be able to make wafer rockets to launch while parents speak with leaders and fill out applications. Come see what scout- ing is all about! Girls from kindergarten through twelfth grade are invited to join Girl Scouts. Girl Scouts cost $15 for dues until September 2015. Parents are Welcome to join as volunteers for various positions at the troop level and the service unit level. Come help your daughter learn new skills, learn to be an effective leader and make new friends with similar ideals Boys from first through fifth grade are invited to join Cub Scouts. Boy Scouts costs $50 and enrolls your son through December 2015. Boys will also receive a sub- scription to Boys Life Magazine. Volunteers are needed for various positions in the dens, troops and on the com- mittee. Come help your son meet new friends, learn about the great outdoors and develop new skills and self-confidence. If you are unable to attend the event, email nancellah@hotmail.com and she will get you the regis- tration materials. is a full commercial printer. *Flyers *Letterhead *Envelopes *Brochures *Magazines *Newsletters *Books, etc. Call for a free estimate! Photo Printing, Inc. 210 S. 1st St., Carlisle, IA 50047 515-989-3251 Bevington Garden Club The Bevington Garden Club toured Sue Chpard's garden Wednesda3 July 16. It included the new addi- tions of a train garden and a waterfall. Her garden suf- fered some damage due to the wind and heavy rain earlier in July, but it was still beautiful. Members of the Garden Club, along with their hus- bands and several friends, cleaned up the Bevington Y Park following wind dam- age, which included the loss of several established trees along with a recently planted tree. Further dean- up was held August !6. If anyone wants some of the wood, contact a member of the Bevington Garden Club. They also did land- scaping at the Bevington City Hall. During August, the groups plan on having a mini fair with members bringing vegetables, plants, photos, etc. Ribbons will be handed out by a celebrity judge. For further information on the Bevington Garden Club, contact one of the members or Dona King, 515-480-1343. Deadline for ads, legals and stories is Noon Friday! Sorority Hosts Fundraiser The Kappa Chi Chapter of Phi Tau Omega Sorority hosted a bake sale at the Gumming Tap for the "Bikers for Breasts" bike ride Saturday, Aug. 2. The pro- ceeds of the event went to support the philanthropic projects supported by the sorority - Young Women's Resource Center, Children and Families of Iowa, the Pleasant Hill Veteran's Home and many other community activities. Pictured above are the members of the Kappa Chi hapter. Left to right, Row 1: Vicki Eft, Ankeny; Marilyn Paul, National Corresponding Secretary, Johnston; and Carol Newsom, Windsor Heights. Row 2: Anne Hodina, Des Moines; Ginny Baker, West Des Moines and Linda Harkin, Gumming. Harkin was recently installed as National President of the sorority at their convention this past June in St. Louis, MO. Her national platform is breast cancer awareness. Harkin and her chapter will host the 2015 national convention at the Des Moines Downtown Marriott. Photo submitted. BAMBINO'S RESTAURANT " ,Same classic taste now at 2025 Grand Ave,, west Des Moines Tues.-Fd., 11 a.m. to close; Sat., 4 p.m. to close *Tuesday Evening Special Chicken Dinner $9.95 *Wednesday Evening Special 1/2 off any size pizza *Lunch Menu Enjoy a West Des Moines address - and attend NorwalkSchools at Fox Valley. Large walk-out lots backing to a pond or Iowa's countryside. i Quick, Easy drive x to Jordan Creek, downtown, and the airport! -- Call for more info: i:,? i Allyn Brown John Akers Suzy Marker 453-6403 453-5103 453-6009"' " Directions: Hwy 5 Bypass To SW Connector, South To Maffitt Lake Rd, West~ ,...... .......... :. ..... .... ,...,i r ,,. ou ,, ou0, o,,,. O.vo, ooo.n, o. w., S,e [ \ Funnel Cake Sticks State Fair Winner The Funnel Cake Sticks took top honors in the New Food Contest at the 2014 Iowa State Fair. The tasty new treat bested four other value-priced finalists after receiving nearly 40 percent of the votes The Fair classic, with funnel cake batter fried to golden perfection, is served on-a-stick and topped with chocolate, strawberry or vanilla glaze, i' The four other finalists were Brownie Blitz, Caprese Salad On-A-Stick, Smoked Brisket and Bacon Mac N Cheese and Three Buck Bowl. From a botanical point of view, there is no such thing as a pumpkin. Pumpkins are certain varieties of ':squash, which through local tra- ditions, have come to be called pumpkins. Corn flakes were so popular in the early 1900s that there were over 40 companies pro- ducing this breakfast cereal in and around Battle Creek, Michigan.