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Thursday, August 25, 2011 N/Warren Town and County News Page Seven i ( BUSINESS REVIEW 1 Homewatch CareGivers' Annual Dog Shows ISU To Feature Home Grown Grill New "In-Home Senior Safety Guide' Approximately 2,000 Iowa State University Cyclone fans will find some dogs from 45 states and new, unique food items at Jack Trice Stadium when the Helps Families Fix Fall, injury for Americans over rider of full-service in- several foreign countries Iowa Farm Bureau's Home Grown Grill opens this fall. Fire, Injury Hazards for age 65, according to the home care for people of all will compete at the annual Located in Jacobsen Plaza, the unique food stand will Aging Parents National Center for Injury ages, including seniors, Des Moines Dog Shows, highlight Iowa's farm families and offer a variety of food Boomers have the huge Prevention and Control. children, veterans, the Obedience Trials and Rally options grown or raised by Iowa farmers at all six Cy- responsibility of taking More than 35% of all se- chronically ill and those Trials, Friday through clone home football games. care of their aging parents, niors--or about 11 mil- recovering" from medical Sunday, Sept. 9 - 11 at the Some of the items include BBQ beef brisket, 3-way and more often than not, lion--fall each year, result- procedures. Caregivers are Varied Industries Building pork burger, corn on the cob arid veggie burgers. their parents want to age ing in over 13,000 deaths, triple-screened and con- on the Iowa State Fair- "We're looking forward to an exciting season of Cy- in the comfort of theb own "Fifty percent of these tinually trained and super- grounds, clone football and this farmer-focused food stand is a home. Visiting your aging seniors lose their mobility vised by healthcare profes- The shows, approved great addition to game day in Ames," said Jamie Pol- parents is a timely oppor- after a fall at home," stated sionals to provide reliable, by the American Kennel lard, Iowa State University director of athletics. "Iowa tunity to assess and pre- Kirk Kintz, president, compassionate and highly Club, are open to the pub, State University and Iowa Farm Bureau have had a long vent threats to a senior's Homewatch CareGivers. skilled services in corn- lic and feature one of the relationship, from educating future farmers to sharing ability to live indepen- "Another 40 percent lose panion, personal and com- largest junior showman- cutting-edge research helping farmers be more produc- dently at home. Home- their mobility forever." prehensive care. In-home ship entries in the country, tive and successful. Cyclone football is proud to pro- watch CareGivers has cre- "Evaluating your loved care services are personal- Admission is free. mote Iowa farmers and the varie~ of food choices they ated the new, free "Guide one's environment needs ized for each client and The three-day cluster of raise and grow. This is a great partnership for Iowa State to In-Home Senior Safety" to be done on a regular customized care plans are dog shows begins Friday, University, farmers and fans." for those critical family basis because a senior's administered through an Sept. 9, at 10 a.m. withBest Football fans will receive farmer trading cards with visits and conversations ability to live indepen- international network of of Breed competitions, each purchase at Iowa Farm Bureau's Home Grown ( w w w. h o m e w a t c h dently will continue to 170 territories which in- obedience trials and rally Grill. The cards feature Iowa farmers describing their ca regivers.com/Des- change as he or she ages. cludes nine international trials sponsored by 15 spe- farm and also include valuable food coupons from Hy- Moines). We want to help families owners with 18 interna- cialty breed clubs. Vee. The facts are staggering: maximize safety and inde- tional territories. Each of- All breed dog shows "Home Grown Grill willhighlight various farm fami- fires pose a major risk to pendence for their aging fice is locally owned and will be held Saturday and lies and offer some different items for football fans from elderly who are 2.5 times loved one. The simple dedicated to ensuring Sunday, Sept. 10 and 11, the standard fare while helping cormect them to the more likely to die in a resi- steps in our 'Guide to In- quality of life for clients beginning at 8 a.m. each farmers who grow and raise their food," said Sara Payne, dential fire than the rest of Home Senior Safety' can and peace of mind for their day and conclude late each IFBF chief marketing and communications officer. the U.S. population and greatly reduce the likeli- loved ones. Call 515-868- aftemoon with Group and Jacobson Plaza is located on the east side of Jack Trice home candle fires are a hood of unplanned hospi- 0444 or visit www.home Bestin Show competitions Stadium. The Iowa Farm Bureau Home Grown Grillwill major culprit in addition talizations and enable a watchcaregivers.com/Des- judged by internationally be open for all Cyclone football home games on Sept. 3, to open flames, cooking, healthier, more indepen- Moines for company and respected purebred dog Sept. 10, Oct. 1, Oct. 22, Nov. 5 and Nox: 18. smoking and heating dent lifestyle for seniors," caregiver information, authorities. Junior show- (www.nfpa.org). Candle Kintz said. manship, obedience trials Farm Lease Workshops fires alone accounted for About Homewatch J and rally trials will also be over $530 million in prop- CareGivers held each day. Meet the Attract Great Interest erty losses in 2005 and 38% F ounded in 1980, Breeds offers spectators a Thirty-two landowners from five counties packed the began in bedrooms. Homewatch CareGivers is chance to learn more about Indianola Farm Bureau conference room August 5. It In addition, falls are the the largest, mostexperi-19id ?l various breeds of dogs. was oneofa3farmlandleasingworkshopsaroundthe leading cause of death and enced international pro- Y~U ~ Shows will feature over state of Iowa in July and August conducted by Iowa State (NAPS)--By connecting 150breeds of dogs, includ- Extension. Steve Johnson, ISU Extension Farm & Ag directly to a home's security ing several rare breeds and Business Management specialist, said farm leasing in system, Honeywell's 5800CO many dogs entered at this volatile environment is a hot topic around the state. wireless detector sends mon- itoring stations an alert if CO Westminster (the New "While cash leases continue to be popular, we're see- is detected in the house. The ' York show televised each ing a lot of interest in flexible lease arrangements," said monitonng stations can then February). Exhibitors from Johnson. "That's where the tenant and landowner set a notify emergency personnel, all over the country and base cash rent and then depending on yield and mar- ~I ~ spectators from across kets, the landowner could receive a bonus if the opera- ~ ~::" 1!I Iowa, inject more than tor has a very successful year/' Johnson explained. "It's $750,000 into the local like a profit-sharing arrangement between the tenant economy while attending and landowner," Johnson added. You can get more in- ; the shows, formation on flexible leases at Johnson's website: http:/ Food and refreshments /www.extension.iastate.edu/polk/farmmanage COMMIITED TOOOR will be available from con- ment.htm and then click on Flexible Cash Farm Leases. cession stands. More than The Warren County Farm Bureau sponsored the E~ CUSTOMERS P~VD * *, !l~IraIK~~, C,~yaIiiGs OUR COMMUNfPZ Dietitians counsel clients 40 vendors from across the handout materials at the Indianola workshop which ~o~ ~ ~ ~ on making lifestyle changes country will offer unusual included an 84-page, 2011 Farmland Leasing book. The ~'~~ C~ to improve digestive health, dog-related items for sale. book contains current information on how to figure vari- but there may be t~ane~ ~ ous farmland leases, includimg farmland value data, cus- tle product such as Senoko~ - Deadline for ads, tom farming rates, economic and land considerations Tablets can provide ov6r- and sample leases, published by Iowa State Extension. night relief from occasional 1cgals and stories The ISU Extension-Warren County office has additional constipation. For more in-~ is Noon Friday! copies available for $10. Call (515)961-6237 to reserve formation, visit www.get,:: constipationrelief.com, your copy. DALLY FAMILY VALUE Chicken VerdeTacoslayer g~ I I flavors offresh garlic, smoky O ~~ ~ #~~lt@ chili powder, tangy lime zest i: MEALS- $6.99 Tabasco brand green pep- After 4 p.m. per sauce. For more infor- mation and fuu recipes, visit HomeLoanRates! Men Pot Roast: www. ba%o:m. Tues.-- Beef & Noodles Millions of young people 15 Year Home Loan: across the country are par- ticipating in innovative pro- 325 357 Wed. Chicken Fried Steak ~,~ such as The Power of the VTmd, which teaches how Thurs' - Chicken & Noodles use engineering pHnei- I ~dO R~C % APR =C~:~i pies to design and build ~:~:~,~.~,~,~,~, ..... ~,~p~,~ wind-energy projects. To ,~..~,~ ~,,~,~.~:~ ~.-.~.~,~R,~,.~ Fri. Hot Beef Sandwich learn about this and other innovative 4-H programs, Sat. - Baby Back Ribs visit www.4.H.org. 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