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lmm illMm Illllllll lllll 1 PageFour ............. N/Warr Town and County News .... Thursday, August 26, 2010 ]NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES] Sean Stephany, of High School. Norwalk, has been ac- Coe College is a selec- cepted for enrollment at tive, private, nationally Coe College in Cedar Rap- recognized four-year co- lds, and will begin fall se- educational liberal arts in- mester classes Monday, stitution that has provided " Aug.30. Stephany, theson a superior education for of Timothy and Brenda students in a residential Stephany, is a graduate of setting Since 1851. Norwalk Community Norwalk Teens Meet World War II Veterans Tuesday, Aug. 17, Norwalk teens, Josh Tuggle, Nick Wenger and Jake Wenger, accompa- nied by Sheila Wenger, joined with members of area fire departments in assisting World War II vet- erans off the airplane fol- lowing their Honor Fight to Washington D.C. They were the only teens there, besides one Johnston se= nior high school student. The group assembled at Holiday Inn on Fleur Drive at 9:30 p.m. and then loaded buses at 10:15 p.m. when they were taken to the Des Moines Interna- tional Airport. They were allowed onto the runway around 11:30 p.m. to greet the Veterans. First off the plane were the volunteer chaperones. Army person- nel lined up on the stairs to assist the veterans down the stairs. Once at the bottom of the stairs, the teens had a chance to meet a veteran, welcome them home and Military personnel on the steps to assist Veterans off the airplane from their trip to Washington DC Tuesday, Aug. 17. The young men enjoyed the experience so much they returned to the airPort Thursday, Aug. 19 to assist more veterans who were returning from another trip. ask them what part of the day they enjoyed the most. Some liked the monument in Washington DC, some were simply impressed by the big airplane. The boys said that it was a great ex- perience meeting the men and women and were glad meet some World War II to have had the chance to Veterans. Amora and Serenity Martinez of Norwalk collected pop tabs for Oviatt Elementary to be donated to the Ronald McDonald House. Photo submitted. Ending a week at NBTA Baton Nationals on a high note is what 20-year-o!d Emily Bright, of Norwalk, did. After a year of hard work and determination and recovering from major hip surgery, Bright was ready for a come-back. The week started Tu. esday, July 20, at Notre Dame Univer- sity, South Bend, IN, each day competing in multiple events. Bright placed in the upper top ten in most events, but one of the big- gest thrills was on the fi- nal day when she was awarded second place in the World Open Strut Off in which she competed against 24 of the nation's top X-Strutters from age 16-20+. Another exciting mo- ment came when the awards for College Miss Majorette of America were. Emily Bright Jacob Wenger, Norwalk, meets a Veteran and assists him to the bus. Josh Tuggle, Norwalk, also meets and assists a Vet- eran. Photos submitted. Nick Wenger, Norwalk, meets a Veteran. TED LARE 2701 Cumming Ave. 981'1075 am www.tedsgardens.com announced. Representing Iowa State University as their Feature Twirler, Bright was named Second Runner-Up in the nation. The pageant is broken down into three events in which Bright placed fifth in modeling, fifth in solo and first in X-strut. Bright also qualified for the Bill Riley State Fair fi- nals held Sunday, Aug. 22. Performing a perfect rou- tine, Bright was awarded 2nd place and $3,000 from sponsor Casey's General (515) 98t4522 Tow Service & Jump Start Service Available. 1010 Sunset Dr., (Hwy 28), Norwalk Across From Dollar General AAA 981-4522 Ill 18 month/18,000 mile warranty on all parts installed. www,norwatktirecenter.com Mon.-Fri., 7:30-6 p.m.; Sat., 7:30-noon Stores. , ShocldS t Special , Commercial Business & I TIRE SALE . I Smacked a curb? Hit a I Complete Auto Repair Center Buy 3 get the IFleet Accounts welcome.I Yokohama Avid I pothole? Alignment I,OilChange .ShockstStmts 4th FREE I " i ~ Made in USA I " I " 'F_X~t~t We work with all lourmg-S Special $69.95 *Gas or Diesel Repa,rs How does your I National Accounts like I W 65,000 Mile Tire lWe hook up all 4 wheels i .Brakes . ]ectrk Deadline for ads, I vehicle ride? I ARI, PH &H, I $ 9 5 I & set front toe. Rear ! :ADli ;nm: : :NC Repairs legals and stories I FREE Suspension! Vo"a"er, MAP i P215/65R15 P215/60R15 I adjust extra.I g " Suspension is Noon Friday! I Inspection. x u " P205/60R16 P215/60R16 *TEes .FluidFlush/Service NO REPAIRS ARE DONE WITHOUT YOUR AUTHORIZATION.