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Norwalk, Iowa
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i Page Four N/Warren‘ Town "and County News Thursday, September 3, 2015 Tyler Gearhart is 13 years old and is in 8th rade this year at Norwalk Eastview. He participated in his first ever weightlifting competition Saturday, Aug. 22, at the Iowa State Fair. He earnedrlst place in his division by deadlifting 260 lbs. Tyler has been working out and preparing for this competition with Coach Sean Maudlin at Champion Strength Training in West-Des Moines. At this event, there were over 260 participants from 16 different states in all divisions. Photos submitted. POLICE REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. August 21 Impaired Driver, 700 block Beardsley. Mark Davis, Indianola, was ar- rested and charged with Operating While Intoxicat- ed, Possession of a Con- trolled Substance, and Pos- session of Drug Parapher- nalia. Subject was processed and transported to the War- ren County Jail. Vehicle Crash, Sunset Drive and Colonial Park- way. Vehicle driven by Michelle Bender, Des Moines, struck a vehicle driven by Colton Cham- bers, Norwalk. The impact caused the Chambers’ vehi- cle to make Contact with a vehicle driven by Rachel Webb, also of Norwalk. Bender was charged with Failure to maintain control. Areport was made and for- warded to the Iowa Depart~ ment of Transportation. Angling} Impaired Driver, 200 block Sunset Drive. Robert Cooper, Des Moines, was arrested charged with Operating While Intoxicat- ed, Driving while license under Suspension, and Driving on wrong side of highway. Subject was pro- ’ cessed and transported to the Warren County Jail. August 24 Vehicle Crash, Hwy 28, south of Hwy 5. Vehicle driven by Isaac Blanchard, Ankeny, struck a vehicle driven by Lisa Moore, Nor- walk. A report was made and forwarded to the Iowa Department of Transporta— tion. Vehicle Crash (Hit and Run), Shady Lane Dr and Holly Drive. Vehicle be— longing to Delbert Chap- man, rural Norwalk, was struck while parked on the street. The suspect driver left the scene without re- porting the incident. A re- port was made and for- warded to the Iowa Depart- ment of Transportation. Impaired Subject, 400 block Aspen ‘Drive. Holly Lucas, NorWalk,rwas'airrest- ed and charged with Child Endangerment and Failure to maintain control. Subject was processed and trans- ported to the Warren Coun- ty Jail. ARM—2.5 Suspicious Subjects, 9100 block Old Orchard Drive. Spencer Gard, Norwalk, was arrested and charged with Possession with intent to deliver less than 50 grams of marijuana, Possession Drug Paraphernalia, Oper- ating while Intoxicated, and Parking where prohibited. His passenger, Gregory Birchmier, also of Norwalk, was arrested and charged with Possession with intent to deliver less than 50 grams of Marijuana and Posses- sion Drug Paraphernalia. Both subjects were pro- cessed and transported to the Warren County Jail. Theft Report (Wallet), 1200 block North Avenue. Property was returned but some contents were miss- ing. Information was taken and a report was made. ARM Impaired Driver, Sunset Drive and Highway 5 ramp. Thomas Altman, West Des Moines, was arrested and charged with Operating while Intoxicated (2nd Of- fense), Possession Con- trolled Substance (3rd Of- fense), and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Subject was processed and trans- ported to the Warren Coun- mail. Emili Be H The Awardrobe Cloth- ing Event is an Iowa State Fair 4-H event that pro- vides youth participants with opportunities to showcase their apparel design and production knowledge, as well as cre- ativity skills. During the event, youth participated in hands—on educational workshops; learned more about potential career op- portunities in the field of apparel, merchandising and design; and engaged in a service learning activ— ity. The youth also com- pleted an interview with a judge and model selected or constructed garments in a public runway show. “4-H participants in the Awardrobe Clothing Event are evaluated‘ on their oral and written com- munication skills through NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES a written report and one- on-one interview with a judge. The youth are also evaluated on their fashion goals, choice of clothing, knowledge of the garment as well as their poise and confidence displayed while modeling their out- fits,” said Cayla Taylor, Youth Program Coordina- tor with Iowa State Uni- versity Extension and Out— reach 4—H Youth Develop- ment. The youth participate in three categories: Clothing Selection— participants se- lect or purchase an outfit for a specific occasion; Fashion Revue— garment is constructed, hand-knit- ted, machine-knitted or crocheted by a participant; and The $15 Challenge— 4-H’er purchases an outfit for $15 or less from garage sales, consignment shops or clothing resale stores such as Goodwill or the Salvation Army. Emilie Bergan from Warren County earned the Iowa State Fair’s Top 10 Percent Award in the Awardrobe Clothing Event-Fashion Revue. The recognition includes a cer- tificate and gift card. Bergan, also earned special recognition for ranking in the top 3 percent of Awardrobe Clothing Event participants and ex- pressing an interest in fur- thering her education in the apparel, merchandis- ing, and design; event management or hospital- ity management programs at Iowa State University. The Department of Ap- parel, Events and Hospi- tality Management spon- sored the $500 scholarship award and certificate. To learn more or join 4- ‘ H in Warren County, con- tact Extension and Out- reach at (515) 961-6237. Call 911 for emergencies! Class of 1975 Reunion This Saturday Friends, family and alumni of Norwalk High School Class of 1975 are invited to a reunion Fri- day, Sept. 4, from 7 p.m. to Midnight at Warrior Run Golf Course, 3089 North Ave. Live music will be pro- vided by the band, Infuzion. There will be a $3 cover charge. Drinks and food will be available to order. Linn Grove Free-Will Offering Meal Members of Linn Grove United Methodist Church, 7483 50th, Prole, will host their "free-will offering” community supper Thurs- day, Sept. 10, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the church. Meals can be dine-in or carry out. The menu includes soups, relish and dessert. There is no cost for the meal, but a free-will offer- ing will be accepted. SEPTEMBE SCHEDULE Saturday, Sept. 5 Nate Nelson Band at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, 99w”. - Iowa vs Iowa State Party Saturday, Sept. - Jess' Fun-Ride-Raiser. Register at 3:30 p.m.5K walk and 13-mile bike ride for Jessica Luedtke's Scholarship Fundraiser. Karaoke: 8 p.m. to midnight. Friday, Sept. . Bart StanleyxAcoustic, to 11 p.m. Pool Leagues. Sunday Breakfast and Saturday Steak Night Coming Soon! Clip and Save firiPutan Independent Agenttoimodr foryou. tam: cm W tan-uer a: miss, an. www_m my Let me help find the vehicle insurance policy that’s right for you. LANE tNSURA-NCE AGCV lNC ‘ 515981-4614 mlam®taneinsurancexm