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Thursday, August 26, 2010 N/Warren Town and County News Page Thirteen STATE FAIR Concluded from p.10 Seniors Division of Fabric and Threads: Sweater - Victoria Wickham, Norwalk, Twill - Betty Becket, Norwalk~ 2; Other Than Named/%4ulti Media - Peg Johnston, 1; Embroidered Hand Towels - Carolyn L. Brown, Prole, 3; Pierced Quilt/Individual Norwalk, 2; Non Jewelry - Renee Hirsch, Indianola, 1; Metal/Wire Work - Renee or Team - Nancy Dela~ Indianola, Honorable Mention; Appliqu6 Quilt/Individual Hirsch, Indianola, Best of Show; Rubber Stamp Art, other than paper - June Walker, or Team - Anita Gogerty, Norwalk, 4; Pierced Quilt/Individual or Team - Nancy De- Truro, 2; Nonprofessional Animal, traditional brush - Charlotte Komlose, Norwalk, lay, Indianola, 2. Fabric and Threads Quilting contest: Pieced - Denise Morris, 3; Floral, traditional brush - Charlotte Komlose, Norwalk, 1; Watercolor - D.J. Hall, Indianola, Honorable Mention; Memory - Anita Gogerty, Norwalk, Honorable Men- New Virginia, 3; Linework/Strokework - D.J. Hall, New Virginia, Honorable Men- tion; Embroidered by Machine - Kim Oleson, Norwalk, 4; Scrap - Roseanna tion; Christmas Decoration - D.J. Hall, New Virginia, 1; Seasonal Decoration - D.J. McConathy, Truro, 4; Traditional Pattern - Bridget Lottman, Norwalk, 1; Crib Quilt, Hall, New Virginia, 2, and Charlotte Komlose, Norwalk, 3; Wood Plaque or Cut Out Pieced - Anita Gogerty, Norwalk, 4. - D.J. Hall, New Virginia, 3; Fabric Painting -D.J. Hall, New Virginia, 3; Youth, Ce- Fabrics and Threads Embroidery competition: Machine, Picture - Kim Oleson, ramics - Tanner Howard, Indianola, 1, and Caitlyn Pore, Prole, 3. Norwalk, 1; Machine, Pillow - Kim Oleson, Norwalk, 2; Machine, Embellished Gar- Versatile Vegetarian Dishes: Linda Asbille, Indianola, 2. Purnell Old Folks' Sau- ment - Kim Oleson, Norwalk, 1. sage Cook Off: Breakfast - Mariorie Rodgers, Indianola, 2. Iowa's Best Corn Casse- FFA Breeding Beef Show: Trenton Cheers, Indianola, Champion Appendix Short- role: Emma Whitlock, Indianola, 3. Scandinavian Desserts: Heidi Blanchard, horn Heifer. Youth Dairy Cattle Show: Milking Shorthorn - Bradley Byers, Milo, Indianola, 2. Chocolat.e Mousse: Amy Fuson, Indianola, 2. Decorate Iowa, Celebrat- Senior Champion and Grand Champion. ing Iowa's Birthday: Amy Fuson, Indianola, 1. Living History Farms Recipes of Creative Arts and Crafts: Basketr~ Reed or Splint - Betty Becker, Norwalk, 3; Yesteryear: Honey Butter - Marjorie Rodgers, Indianola, 2. s At er Camps Z.oo Friends, Forest Friends and Farm Friends were the themes of three camps this summer at Adventures School of Discovery. In June students visited the Blank Park Zoo. They then created "creature collages" from photos taken at the zoo. In July they headed to the forest and pond to track wildlife like frontiersmen. In August they went "Down on the Farm" for chores and fun. They prepared farm fresh items such as corn on the cob, butter and ice cream. In honor of the Iowa State Fair they tried foods on a stick. August activities also included horseback riding and much swimming to beat the heat. Student adventurers included ages ranging from three to 10: Emma Sizemore, Kennedy Robbins, Bobby Orsini, Aidan Limback, Sam Eggers, Kasey Ludlow, Liam McGlaughlin, Talan White, Ella VanRoekel, Lucy Powell, Landon Hochstein, Olivia Dougherty, Mitchell Martinez, Kyan Tomkins, Kaden Tomkins, Carter LaVelle and Emma Purdum. Junior Staffer-Alec LaVelle. Horse Wrangler was Katherine Scbmidt and pony, Lady. Multi-age classes that promote exploration and discovery are offered for three to five year olds at the rurally located early childhood program. New students Open House is scheduled for Monday, Aug. 30 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Fall morning classes begin Wednesday, Sept. 1. Afternoon Pre-K class begins Tuesday, Sept. 7. July June Tllps TO Hl~p YO~ An Extra Delicious Helping Of Real Food Solutions (NAPS)--Parents having trouble getting kids to eat the holiday turkey with all the trimmings are not alone. The "Real Holiday Helpingsr survey, commissioned by Hellmann's and Best Foods Mayonnaise revealed that, although parents spend an average of six hours on holi- day dinner preparation, kids would just as soon select pizza, chicken fingers or macaroni and cheese over traditional holiday fare. What's more, even though kids recognize the time that goes into the family dinner, 49 percent still don't eat every- thing on their dinner plate. Fortunately, preparing food to please the whole family does not have to be complicated. "With a few simple tips and recipe ideas, it is easy to prepare a delicious holiday meal that both kids and adults will love," said criti- cally acclaimed chef, author and TV personality Bobby Flay. "It is possible to create one great meal for all your holiday guests, no matter how old or picky the palate." Flay is a celebrated chef, restaurateur, cookbook author, television personality and the recipient of the 2008 Bon Appetit "Cooking Teacher of the Year" award but he gained a widespread following by With a few simple tips and recipe ideas, it's easy to pre- pare a delicious meal that both adults and kids will love. showing people how to pre- pare delicious meals that are made from simple and fresh ingredients. To help busy parents avoid double duty in the kitchen, Flay has created an onIine program with recipes and tips on how to prepare sim- ple, real food. The Real Holiday Helpings program at www.HeUmanns. corn or www.BestFoods.com lets you view holiday recipe video demonstrations that showcase standout holiday starters and sides in addition to "extra helpings," such as what to do with post-feast leftovers. Roasted New Potatoes with Blue Cheese Ranch Dressing and Green Onions Serves: 4 2 pounds new rod or yellow potatoes, halved Canola oil Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper cup buttermilk 1/4 cup Hellmann's* or Rest Foods* Real Mayonnaise 2 cloves finely chopped fresh garlic 2 teaspoons Dijon mustard % pound crumbled blue cheese 4 green onions, thinly sliced Preheat oven to 375F. Toss potatoes on a baking sheet with the oil and sea- son with salt and pepper. Roast untilgolden brown and tender, about 25 min- ute~ Transfer potatees to a platter. Whisk together butter- milk, mayonnaise, mus- tard and garlic in a bowl and season with salt and pepper. Fold in blue eheese and groen onions. Slman s ro over potatees and serve. With real, simple ingredi- ents including eggs, oil and vine4~ Hellmann's~ or Best Foods* Real Mayonnaise is a great complement to many holiday appetizers and side~ August PHOTO PRINTING IS A FULL COMMERCIAL PRINTER LOCATED IN CARLISLE, IOWA. If you have a flyer, letterhead, envelope, brochure, magazine, newsletter, book, etc., that you would like to have printed, give us a call for a Free Estimate. Photo Printing, Inc. 210 S. 1st Street Carlisle, Iowa 50047 ~.,e JL ~.,e J' U.J t.,e/--~ JL i-