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August 25, 2011     N. Warren Town and County News
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~ursday, August 25, 2011 a N/Warren Town and County News Page Five Salem Hildebrandt Earns Eagle Scout Award The American Legion Post #562 in Cumming presented Salem Hildebrandt with an Eagle Scout Citation for Good Citizenship. Pictured, left to right:,Clyde Minard, Salem Hildebrandt, Howard Elliott and Ron Downing. Photo submitted. Saturday, Jt~ly 9, an Eagle Scout Court of Honor was held for Salem Hildebrandt to recognize him for earning the Eagle Scout rank. Hildebrandt, 14, is the son of Scott and Connie Hildebrandt of Norwalk. The ceremony was held at Fellowship Community Church and was attended by family, friends and members of Norwalk Boy Scout Troop 30. Pastor Alan Stanley led the opening and closing prayers. Boy Scout Troop 30 Scoutmaster Ron Downing, Assistant Scoutmasters Greg Jones, Rory Taylor, Ben Kern, Todd Osterhout, Scott Hildebrandt, as well as members of Troop 30, par- ticipated in the ceztemony. To become an Eagle Scout, a Scout must earn a minimum of 21 Merit Badges~ Hildebrandt Salem Hildebrandt earned 31 badges and con- tinues working to earn more. His Eagle Scout project was the total recon- struction of the fire pit and bench se~iting at Lundy Acres, a Warren County park located at 7226 115th Ave., just north of Indianola. Jason and Diana Briggs, Norwalk, are the parents of a son, Talan William, born Friday, May 27, at Iowa Methodist Medical Center in Des Moines. Talan weighed 7 lbs., 2 oz. and was 20 in. long. Grandparents are Tim and Carmen Briggs, Norwalk, and Mary Carter, Orlanc~ Park, IL. Great-grandparents are BIRTHS Bill and Mary Green- halgh, Oskaloosa, Joyce Carter, Marseilles, IL and Patricia Utterback, Lockpott, IL. Shelby and Brian Welch, Norwalk, are the parents of a daughter, Reagan Jane, born Sun- day, July 24, at Iowa Methodist Medical Cen' ter in Des Moines. Reagan weighed 8 lbs., 1 oz. and was 20 1/2 in. long. She has a brother, Brady, 8. Grandparents are Jane and Ladean Gierstorf, Norwalk, and Deloris Welch, Galesburg, IL. Great-grandmother is Amelia Wiegel, Charter Oak. David and Heather Gierstorf, Johnston, are the parents of a daughter, Chloe JoAnne, born Thursday, July 28, at Iowa Methodist Medical Center in Des Moines. Chloe weighed 8 lbs., 7 oz. and was 19 3/4 in. long. She has a brother, Braeden, 6. Grandparents are Jane and Ladean Gierstorf, Norwalk, and Tom and Lois Cole, Des Moines. Kelsey Mae Briggs and Brandon Leonard Cox Tim and Carmen Briggs, Norwalk, announce the en- gagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Kelsey Mae Briggs, to Brandon Leonard Cox, Coralville. He is the son of Stacy and Burle Croy Jr., Norwalk. Miss Briggs is a 2005 graduate of Norwalk High School and a 2010 graduate of the University of Iowa College of Nursing. She is employed in the Emergency Room at Mercy Trauma in Cedar Rapids. Mr. Cox is a 2006 graduate of Norwalk High School and a 2008 graduate of Kirkwood Community College in Business Administration. He is employed at Deery Brothers in the parts department in Iowa City. The couple will be married Saturday, Sept. 3, at Syl- van Theater in Des Moines with a reception to follow in Norwalk at The Wright Place. Almost of Iowans their newspaper digbl ~tt~ their ~ Faceb(x~ page, a~ message o ev~ 8 tweet:- Iowa~ ~ ~ that bceaking news is ava~ where l~u war~. ~ when: ~ w~ K you're on tt~ ga, at a meeting or o~ of town, you can s~B be corrected ~ w~ ~t yo~ community. You can~ ~ ~ ~ ~ else, ".