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Norwalk, Iowa
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PageFour N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, August 22, 2013 Kyle Thrap, Norwalk, a current ninth Trimester student in the Doctor of Chiropractic program at Palmer College of Chiro- Wild Berries of Iowa and practic, Davenport, has first in Herb Jelly (food been named to the Dean's coloring optional). List for the eighth trimes- In the Smile in Every ter. Aisle Cakes competition, To be eligible for the Marge Krahn, Norwalk, Dean's List, a student must received second in the Yel- achieve a minimum grade low cake division and first point average (GPA) of in Any Other Fruit Cake. 3.50 in all studies for the Iowa amateur beer respective term. The high- makers brewed their best est possible GPA is a 4.00. for the beer portion of the .................................. Amateur Oenology com- Terri Sinclair, Cum- petition at the Iowa State ming, received ttiird place Fair. A total of 71 exhibi- in the Fruit in Combina- tors entered 220 brews in tion Other Than Named in 25 categories. the Iowa State Fair C & H Dustin Borror, Nor- Canned Conserves compe- walk, received third place tition. In the C & H Clas- in the Blond Ale & Wheat NHS Activities Director By A1 Lammers Norwalk High School's annual Fall Fest will be held Thursday, Aug. 22, beginning at 6 p.m. in Warrior Sta- dium. Fall Fest is a kickoff to the 2013-14 Athletic and Activity programming season. The evening will be high- lighted by a football intra-squad scrimmage as well as a 9-V-V volleyball scrimmage in the high school gym. Admission to Fall Fest is a donation of non-perishable food items for the Norwalk Food Pantry sponsored by the Norwalk Athletic Ambassador Club. ,B SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription tO PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 I [ Fundraiser For Scout Project NEI GHBORHOOD NOTES Derrick Fridley, Carlisle, a member of Norwalk Boy Scout Troop 301 will hold a Spaghetti dinner as a sic Iowa Canned Jellies division and Matt earned first place in the fundraiser for his Eagle Scout Project. competition, Sinclair re- Melcher, also of Norwalk) Strong Ale division. The dinner will be held at New Life Lutheran Church ceived second in the Elder- ................................................. ~ ...................... from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 23. The cost is a free will berry division, first in donation. Dan Bell (left), receiving award from John Taylor, War- ren County Extension Council Member. Dan Bell, son of Michelle Bell of Indianola, was awarded the Hixson Award for 2013, which was presented to him in May during the Awards C remony at Indianola High School. Iowa State University - Warren County Extension Council member, John Taylor, pre- sented the Hixson Oppor- tunity Award, a half-tu- ition grant (estimated value of more than $15,000 over eight semesters) to be used at Iowa State Univer- sity. One hundred high school seniors from across Iowa receive the award ents will represent each county in the state. If you are a high school senior who demonstrates poten- tial in ways that go beyond class rankings and test scores, you may Wish to apply. Applications for the 2014 Hixson Awards will be available beginning Oc- tober 1, 2013. Call Warren County Extension at 515- 961-6237. Deadline for ads, legals and stories is Noon Friday! ....... -:.:.::: Activities at the .... NORWALK IosLINBP'AA RY s' Monday, Aug. 26 Tiny Tots with Debbie Doo Wop, 9:30 a.m. Session 1: Mondays through August 26. Children ages 1 - 5 are invited to join us for songs, instruments and fun with Debbie Doo Wop! In order to accommodate all those interested in Tiny Tots, we ask that participants sign up for only one session for the year. REGISTRATION RE- QUIRED. Space is limited. Registration opens one month prior to session start date. (Session 2 begins No- vember 4 and registration opens October 4.) Friends of the Library, 5:30-6:30 p.m. Join us for our monthly Friends of the Library group meeting. This group, re-established in 2011, gives input for new pro- gramming, special events and larger projects. New par- ticipants are welcome at any meeting and your com- ments and ideas are welcome via our Facebook page or Via email with the library staff - linked through our webpage. Tuesday, Aug. 27 History Night, 6:30-8 p.m. This group meets monthly to share artifacts, stories and learn more about the his- tory of Norwalk and surrounding areas. Bring your own photos, documents or artifacts to share. Additionall we will have speakers about historical preservation and topics related to history. Tonight, we'll be discussing how to create a digital archive. each year. Ideally, recipi- Indianola YMCA Open House- August 2 4 WALK YOUR WIG FOR NF2 JI the FOR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT* FOR HEALTHY LIVING FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY -A healthier lifestyle doesn't magically happen. It takes commitment, a planand professional help. That's where the Indianola YMCA can help.-Our great facilities, equipment and trained staff are dedicated to helping you succeed. If you and your family are serious about an active, healthier lifestyle, Y wait? - FREE WELLNESS COACHING FREE CHILD WATCH FREE GROUP FITNESS AND CYCLING CLASSES REDUCED RATES ON PROGRAMS INCLUDING SWIM LESSONS WATER EXERCISE CLASSES LAP SWIMMING POOL -"~n| ~,~TES BASED ON HOUSEHOLD INCOME FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE Indianola YMCA 306 East Scenic Valley Ave. Phone: {515} 777-7746 October 19, 2013 l:OOpm Time to GetYourWig On and Have an Outrageous Time! bromatosis Type 2 in 2008. 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