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Page Four N/Warren Town and County News ...... Thursday, August 25, 2011 Faculty and Adminis- tration at Kirkwood Com- munity College, Cedar Rapids, announced the graduating dass of 2010- 2011 during the Saturda}5 May 14, ceremony at the U.S. Cellular Center in I i berry - 3rd, Terri Sinclair, Cumming; Peach - 3rd, Terri Sinclair, Cumming; Wild Plum - 1st, Terri Sinclair, Cumming; Red Plum - 1st, Terri Sinclair, Cumming; Plum (other Norwalk, Shawl (lace) - than wild plum) - 2nd, 1st, Victoria Wickham, Victoria Wickham, Norwalk; Socks/Slippers (1 color) - 4th, Victoria Wickham, Norwalk; Shawl, Wrap or Shrug - 4th, Victoria Wickham, ............ Acces- sory 1st, Victoria Wickham, Norwalk; Se- nior Citizens Division of Fabric and Threads: Em- broidered Towels-Hand - 3rd, Carolyn Brown, Prole; Cedar Rapids. Terri Sinclair, Cumming; Graduates included the Rhubarb 2nd, Terri following Norwalk resi- Sinclair, Cumming; Rhu- dents: Megan Beaty and barb-Strawberry-1st, Terri DeVin Brotherson, Liberal Sindair, Cumming; Straw- Arts, and Mark Leverman, berry - 3rd, Terri Sinclair, Plumbing. Cumming; Mulberry - 3rd, Embroidered Pillowcases- Jennifer Campbell, Clive 1st, Carolyn Brown, Prole. In the Battle of the But- ter, second place was awarded to a foursome from Norwalk composed of Darcy Hosier, Amy Desenberg, Tammy Apana and Tanya Apana. Third place went toBetter Butter Builders with teammates Eric Shumate and Eldree Baer, both of Des Moines, and Patrick Baker, Norwalk. Teams of two or four sculptors compete daily for a chance to have their sculpture on display in the John Deere Agricul- ture Building. Sprout division acts (ages 2 - 12) advancing to semi-final round: Abby Bunch, 10, Norwalk; Dance; Mr. Legs contest: Hairiest - 1st, Christopher Nickel, Norwalk; Desserts for Christina: 3rd, Alexandra Bennett, Norwalk; Creative Arts: Basketry- Reed or Splint, 2nd, Peggy Johnston, Norwalk, 3rd, Betty Becker, Norwalk; Twill - 2nd, Betty Becket, Norwalk; Stained Glass Lead - 1st, Mike Leonard, Norwalk; Youth Basketry - 1st, Samantha Riordan, Norwalk. This graduating class since the Sugar Free - 2nd, Terri college was founded in Sinclair, Cumming. 1966. Cherokee L. Blakley, ................................ Norwalk, took first place was the 44th Terri Sinclai~r, Cumming; ............. ~- ................................................................................................................................ overall in A Favorite Fam- ily Recipe contest (youth ages 6 - 21) with Overnight Buns and winning a new Kitchen Aid Mixer. She also won 3rd in the Dessert Division and 1st and 2nd in Breads. Wine portion of Ama- teur Oenology competi- tion: Sweet Red #2 - 3rd, Graham Smith, Prole; Beer portion of the Amateur Oenology competition: Brown Ale - 1st, Allan Lundquist, Norwalk; Por- ter - 2nd, Mike England, Norwalk; Stout - 2nd, Mat- thew Melcher, Norwalk; Cider 2nd, Allan Lundquist, Norwalk; Twins, Triplets and More: Ages 9-11, Most Alike - 2nd, Tatum and Torie Le Gualte, Norwalk. Fabric and Threads Weaving: Towels - 1st, Karen Seuferer, Norwalk; Rug (rag) - 4th, Karen Seuferer, Norwalk; Fabric and Threads Quilting: Team or Group, Scrap - Honorable Mention, Roseanna McConathy, Truro; Combination, Memory - 2nd, Anita Gogerty, Norwalk; Em- broidered by Machine - 4th, Kim Oleson, Norwalk; One Person, Traditional Pattern - 2nd, Anita Gogerty, Norwalk; 3rd, Bridget Lottman, Norwalk; Individual, Wall Quilt, pieced (144 to 300 inches) - Honorable Men- tion, Marilyn Isley, Cumming; Wall Quilt, scrap - 2nd, Marilyn Isle~ Cumming; Fabric and Threads Embroidery: Sur- face-Pair of Pillowcases - 3rd, Carolyn Brown, Prole; Machine Picture - 3rd, Kim Oleson, Norwalk; Ma- chine Pillow - 2nd Kim Oleson, NorwalM'Ma- chine-Embellished Gar- ment - 2nd, Kim Oleson, Norwalk. Fabric and Threads Hand Knitting: Baby Af- ghan 2nd, Victoria Wickham, Norwalk; Child's Cardigan Sweater (ages 2 to 10) - 2nd, Victoria Wickham, Norwalk; Adult Pullover Sweater (1 color, finer than worsted) - 1st, Victoria Wickham, Norwalk; Car- digan Sweater (1 color, worsted and coarser) - 1st, A number of area resi- dents have been named winners in numerous con- tests and competitions at the 2011 Iowa State Fair in Des Moines. Winners of the concrete cow decorating contest in- clude Novice Division, Honorable Mention Glimpse of the Fair, Pamela Kline, Norwalk; Professional Division, 3rd - Make Love, Not Ham- burger, Tricia Owens Art, Norwalk. Bill Riley Semi-Finals: Fanciful Sprout Acts (ages 2-12) - Maggie Wood, 7, Norwalk, Baton; Sprout Division (ages 2-12) - Grace Wood, 9, Norwalk, Dance/Baton and Cali Wil- son, 10, Norwalk, Dance. Fine Arts: Adult Divi- sion - Adult Merit, Jenni- fer Messer, Norwalk; Youth Division - Honor- able Mention, Kara Dunbar, Cumming; Mar- malade Contest: Grape- fruit - 2nd, Terri Sinclair, Cumming; Famous Dave's Canned Relishes: Chutney 2nd, Terri Sinclair, Cumming; Piccalilli - 1st, Terri Sinclair, Cumming; Rummage - 3rd, Terri Sinclair, Cumming; Relish Other Than Named - 2nd, Terri Sinclair, Cumming. 4-H Horse and Pony: Ranch Horse Western Pleasure - Champion, Jes- sica Hanrahan, Prole; Razzle Dazzle Jelly: Elder- berry - 2nd, Terri Sindair, Cumming; Herb Jelly Other Than Named - 1st, Terri Sinclair, Cumming; Rhubarb - 2nd, Terri Sinclair, Cumming; Plum 2nd, Terri Sinclair, Cumming; Strawberry- Blueberry - 2nd, Terri Sinclair, Cumming; Canned Conserves: Apple 3rd; Terri Sinclair, Cumming; Peach in Com- bination - 1st, Terri Sinclair, Cumming; Fruit Butters: Wild Plum - 1st, Terri Sinclair, Cumming; Rhubarb 3rd, Terri Sinclair, Cumming. Photograph Salon "Our World in Motion": Adult Division Color - Things & Still Life, 2nd, William A. Yager, Norwalk; Classic Iowa Canned Jam: Blue- berry - 1st, Terri Sinclair, Cumming; Spiced Blue- Family and friends of Samantha Fuller, Norwalk, and her "Team Sam" appreciate the following Norwalk and Des Moines businesses for their contributions to Great Strides Walk to Cure Cystic Fibrosis: Medicap Phar- macy, Lane Insurance Agency, Norwalk Family Dentistry, the High School Men's Soccer Team, Consumer Credit of Des Moines, Studio 409, Morrisey, Inc., Carlos O'Kelly's on Merle Hay and Logan Automotive. The event was held Sunday, May 15, at Raccoon River Park. "Team Sam" raised more than $7,500 and the Central Iowa chapter raised more than $260,000. Members of the team walked and ran to help raise money for the event. Photo submitted. 5th & 6th Grade Girls Volleyball The Norwalk Youth Athletic League is organiz- ing a volleyball team for 5th and 6th grade girls. Games will be 'played in surrounding towns on Sat- urdays. Girls interested in play- ing in the volleyball league should call Laura Delker at 249-6722 or go to lauradelker@aol.com. The deadline for sign- ing up for the league is Wednesday5 Aug. 31. Free Meal Aug. 25th Bread of Heaven food ministry will serve a free meal Thursday, Aug. 25, from 5 to 6:30 p.m. The new location of the meal is Harvest Church, 4225 N. Birch Ave. in Cumming. Military families, as well as ones who might be struggling to make ends meet, are encouraged to attend. For more information, call 981-0578 or 981-4321 or email prolemustang@ hotmail.com. AUGUST QUESTION OF THE MONTH DOES YOUR CAR HAVE ISSUES?? STRANGE NOISES PROBLEMS STARTING BAD GAS MILEAGE CHECK ENGINE LIGHT ON WON'T DRIVE STRAIGHT SHAKES ****WE CAN HELP**** NORWALK'S # 1 COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE !! "NOT JUST TIRES" nn NORWALK LIBRARY HOURS Monday - Thursday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday, 1 - 5 p.m. Closed Sundays (Memorhl Day-lalx~r Day) CENTER 515-981-4522 1010 SUNSET DRIVE