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Page Fourteen N/Warren Town and County News thank you 600 sq. ft basement, fam- Thanks to all my friends ily room, 1 car detached and neighbors who helped garage, close to schools me following my surgery, park and pool. $109,900. appreciate all the cards Call Randy Rudolf, Remax and flowers also. A special Progressive. 515-370- thanks to the Norwalk 2590 or 515-770-5252. EMTs for the July 31 trip ................................... to the hospital. Yes, for rent Norwalk, they do need a new ambulance-especially 1 BR in Norwalk, utilities a gurney! included, $490 per month, Jan Frazierplus deposit. Contact Ann at 779-7655. .................................. .~ announcements Threads of Hope located at Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church, 515 Sunset Dr. Open every Wednesday 5:30 to 7 p.m. Free cloth- ing. Stop by and check us out. ................................... Norwalk Food Pantry, lo- cated at New Life Lutheran Church, 4380 Wakonda Dr., is open every Wednes- day from 5 to 7 p.m. for lo- cal residents. ................................... Alcoholics Anonymous, 7 p.m., every Saturday, New Life Lutheran Church, 4380 Wakonda Dr. Use north basement door of the church. Call 480-3578 or 981-0822. childcare Sunrise Learning Home Daycare here for your fam- ily needs, early hours/fam- ily setting, 515-981-0538. .................................. Explore and Learn Home Childcare, State Regis- tered, First Aid, CPR, MA: Early Childhood, Norwalk, 515-943-9956. Crayons 2 Pencils Preschool Accepting Enrollments for their Preschool Play-N- Learn class Men/Wed 9:15-11:15 and their Tue/ Thur Class 10:15-12:15. This program is for children ages 3 and above. Visit www.crayons2pencils.com or contact Jill Larsen at 515-981-4663. employment Kennel Assistant: Groomer's Helper. Looking for energetic people who love animals, able to keep up with high-level activity. Work flexible hours, includ- ing Saturdays and holi- days. Call 981-5120. .................................. for sale Steel Buildings: Save thou- sands. Inventory reduction. Sale on leftover bldgs. Quick delivery. Ask about first cal special. 18x21- 100x300, can erect. www.sunwardsteel.com Source # OMC 800-964- 8335. house for sale 811 E. 18th St., 3 BR, 1 3A BA, 1106 sq. ft. living area, 7763 Coolidge St., Friday, 1300 Meadow Dr., Thurs- Aug. 27. noon-6 and Sat- day, Aug. 26, 8:30-6, Fri- urday, Aug. 28, 7-noon. 1 day, Aug. 27, 8:30-6 and 1/2 miles east of Hwy 28 Saturday, Aug. 28, 8-12. on Wright Rd. Office desk Boys and girls clothing, and supplies, dishes, oak Leapsters and games, 8' baby bed, baby swing, vertical blinds, girls' 16" adult clothes, z-coilshoes, bike, exersaucer, baby Reznor hanging heaters, swing, Xboxvideo games, water" transfer pump, washer and dryer and Grasshopper lawn bagger, much misc. tree cart, split rail fencing, - ................................. electric hot water heater Prole and much more. 7389 50th Ave., (4 miles south of Norwalk). Friday, Aug. 27, 8-5 and Saturday, Aug. 28, 8-1. Three-family garage sale: entertainment center, girls, juniors. women's and men's cloth- ing, toys and lots of miscel- laneous. 311 Snyder-3BR, Gar., 1417 E. 13th St., Friday, Stove, Refrig, $850, Avail Aug. 27, 8-5 and Saturday, 9-1-10. 501 North Ave., Aug. 28, 8-1. Antiques, executive home, 4,000 sq. clothes (men's, teens, la- ft., rent $2,000 or buy dies), furniture, books, $319,000; 1329 Sunset tools household decor. Dr., office (down) $700, hunting/boating items, mi- apartment (up) $525.;909 crowave, much more. South Ave., $925/mo. Call ................................... Larry681-6310. 1222 E. 14th St., Friday, ................................... Aug. 27, 8-6 and Saturday, Rent to own-brand new 3 Aug.28, 7:30-2. Multi-fam- bdrm homes in Norwalk. ily garage sale. Toys, Rent based on income with Littlest Pet Shop, Build a minimum rents of $1250- Bear, craft supplies, holi- own in l 2 months. Contract day decorations, ' bikes, terms also available, refer- women's golf clubs, Tae ence required. 515-360- Kwon Do items, 5063. Longaberger, girls clothes ................................... size 8-14, lots and lots of services misc. items. Storm doors installed $75 .................................. and other odd jobs by re- tired carpenter. Call 981- 0133. Rog's Home Repair and Redecorating, Roger Ballard, AKA "Mr. Fixit," no lob too small. 515-480- 9928. Schedule your Chimney Evaluation and cleaning today. Keep your family and home safe. Climbing Boys Chimney Cleaning. 981- 9077, Tim Mineart, CSIA Martensdale 425 Olive St., Friday, Aug. 27, 8-1 and Saturday;Aug. 28, 8-1. CJ Banks. women's clothes and kids' clothes, household items. toys. Deadline for ads, legals and stories is Noon Friday! HEATING ~ COOLING - PLUMBING In-Floor- Geothermal H.eating ~ ~ ~ "Insured & Cerfifled" Certified. Small engine repair, pickup and delivery available. Prompt reasonable ser- vice. We have used lawn mowers. 515-975-4348. Jim Dixon. Rapid Rolloff Dumpsters to Rent, 20-yard. "We deliver to you." 515-370-2590 (Long Distance). ................................... Patava Concrete Taking orders for tearouts, patios, replacement, new construction, driveways, garage slabs. FREE ESTI- MATES. Call Matt Palen, 210-1284 or Tim Patava, 210-1285. ................................... garage sales 122 Knoll Dr., Friday, Aug. 27 and Saturday, Aug. 28, rain or shine. Antiques, books, clothes, col- lectibles, DVDs, electron- ics, games, household, ladders, puzzles, tools, toys, wheels, hardware, computers. COMMnTm TO OUR EMCo CUSTOMERS AND ~n~u~:e ~paIl'~ OUR COMMUNITY, Local Company seeking @Home Reps! Marketlink@Home features many new opportunities and advantages for a flexible career! Part-time mornings/afternoons, 20-30 hours per week Base wage + commission /Out-bound sales/customer service calls to existing customers Company paid training and support JPossible tax breaks /Enjoy working independently q Choose your own work hours Work in the comfort of your own home **Must have computer with intemet access and live in the 515area code **Email Hresources@marketlinkinc.net for more information. New Power Breakfast: It's A Wrap [NAPS)--For jump-start- ing the day, nothing beats a well-rounded breakfast to rev you up, mentally and physi- cally. An empty-calorie, sug- ary breakfast cereal just won't do the trick--there's sure to be an energy crash halfway through the morning. For bonus points, a good break- fast helps curb prelunch crav- ings that can wreck any diet. The right food combina- tion makes all the difference: far better to spend a few min- utes preparing a delicious. nutrient-packed wrap filled with scrambled eggs, avo- cado, ham and cheddar. A hearty breakfast that in- dudes avocados not only fuels morning activities but sup- plies valuable fiber, choles- terol-lowering "good fats" and nearly 20 vitamins and min- erals. Grown in Mexico for centuries and perfected over generations, avocados from Mexico are in season now and deliver unbeatable, rich-tast- ing flavor that makes good food better. An appetizing breakfast wrap is an ideal handheld item that allows for multi- tasking in a typical busy morning schedule either at home or on the road. Make the fifll recipe for everyone in the house...or downsize it just for yourself. -With a great option like this, there's no need to hit the snooze button! For more avocado recipes and nutrition information, visit www.avocadosfrommexi co.com. AVOCADO, EC.C. AND HAM BREAKFAST WRAP 6 large eggs ~/4 teaspoon salt Nutrient-rich avocados, eggs and ham all wrapped to go can fit into your busy morn- ing schedule. V4 teaspoon ground black pepper 1 tablespoon butter 4 (8-inch) flour tortillas, warmed* 4 slices ham (about 4 ounces) 4 slices sharp cheddar cheese (about 4 ounces) 1 fully ripened avocado from Mexico, halved, pitted, peeled and sliced V, cup salsa In bowl, beat eggs with salt and pepper. In large skillet over medium heat, melt butter; add eggs; cook and stir until set. On each tortilla, place one slice each of ham and ~_ cheese; top with eggs, ~ avocado slices and salsa, dividing evenly. Roll up and serve immediately. YIELD: 4 portions *To warm tortillas: /( Place on plate; cover with dampened paper towel. Microwave on high until warm, about 1 minute. Discard paper towel; wrap tortillas in napkin to keep warm. Per serving: 542 calories, 27g protein, 34g carbohy- drates, 33g fat, 4g fiber Baking No-Knead Artisan Bread At Home ) Delicious artisan bread can easily be made at home with a bread mix. (NAPSh-Artisan bread that tomize your basic bread is handcr~ed in small batches recipe with simple additions has become a popular pur- or toppings. For example, you chase at farmer's markets, can flavor bread by simply bakeries and specialty stores, topping with kosher salt or While a traditional store- adding chopped herbs to the bought loaf might have 20 dough before baking. ingredients, bakery artisan Create Your Own bread will start with only the Use Krusteaz's White, basics, then be customized Sourdough'and Italian Herb with the addition of fresh and mixes to create these spe- simple, flavorful ingredients cialty breads: such as cheese, olive oil or Rosemary Parmesan herbs. These delicious, crusty Bread: Add V4 cup shredded loaves can be enjoyed every Parmesan cheese to the dry day, but their distinctive fla- mix; sprinkle finely chopped vor and appearance can also rosemary on top of the loaf add a special touch when before baking. entertaining. Sun-Dried Tomato Bread: It's easier than you might Mix in two tablespoons finely imagine to make fresh and chopped sun-dried tomatoes authentic artisan bread at to the dry mix and then bake home. Specialty bread mixes as directed. can help you re-create the dell- Decorating the bread can cious flavor and distinctive also make it distinctive. crust of artisan bread but with Cutting a pretty pattern into much less work. For example, the crust is an easy way to Krusteaz Supreme bread impress company, and easy- mixes, which come in several to-follow directions can be delectable flavors, don't even found on the site. require kneading. And you Bread Baking Tips can store the unbaked dough " o, To make sure bread rises, in the refrigerator for up to be sure to add yeast as three days until you have time directed and measure the tem- for rising, perature of the water used. At www.krusteaz.com/ If dough looks uneven or bread_tips you can find a bumpy, simply add water a step-by-step instructional tablespoon at a time until video that shows you how to dough forms into a smooth make artisan bread, complete round ball. with its delicious crust, in For a crunchy crust, five easy steps. The site also make sure to remove the offers tips on how to cus- bread from the pan to cool.