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Thursday, September 7, 2017 N/Warren Town and County News Page Nine i Preschool Tuition Scholarships Available for 2017-2018 School Year Two-thousand days. This is the amount of time between a child's entrance into the world and his or her first day of kindergarten. The first 2,000 days of life can have a profound impact on development making preschool an important--yet costly--decision. However, through 4Rkids Early Childhood Iowa Area, assistance may be available for eligible families. Family Size Adjusted Gross Yearly Income " $32,480 2 $40,840 3 $49,200 4 $57,560 5 $65,920 6 $74,280 7 $82,640 8 Scholarships are available for children who reside in Adair, Dallas, Madison and Warren County and have turned three years old by September 15, 2017. Additionally, four year olds must be enrolled in a minimum of ten hours of programming at a cooperating preschool that meets quality standards and the award will remain in effect until the end of the school year with the expectation the child's attendance will be 90 percent or more. For more information and to download an application, visit Questions can also be directed toward Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Preschool Enrichment Coordinator Val Cameron who can be reached at (515) 961-6238 or Babysitting Clinic Do you have what it takes to be a first class babysitter? This clinic will help you learn your responsibilities as a babysitter, what parents expect of you, how to care for an infant and young children, age appropriate activities and much more. This clinic is open to boys and girls in 5th through 8th grade and will take place at the Carlisle Community Building September 27th and October 4th, llth and 18th from 2-4 pm. Pre- registration is required to Carlisle City Hall. For additional information contact Ronda Frost at 515-989-2697 or Registration is due by Tuesday, September 19th and cost is $21 for Carlisle residents and $24 for non-residents. 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 SCHOOL AND SPORTS PAGES SPONSORED BY: *BORST COUNSELING SERVICES 240-9474 *TRUBANK 285-4900 *FOUR SEASONS AUTO WASH 981-4454 *NORWALK FAMILY DENTISTRY 256-9000 *HASKIN CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC 981-0556 *EDWARD JONES Benjamin Pearson - 981-1800 *NORWALK LIONS CLUB 981-0432 *OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES 981-0224 *N/WARREN TOWN & COUNTY NEWS 981-0406 LAMMERS Concluded from p. 1 Sutcliffe also was the Warriors' leading rusher as he gained 67 yards on 17 carries. On the defensive side of the ball Senior Cooper Cirksena totaled 13 tackles include eight solos while Senior Jaron Onken recorded 11 and Senior Jack Livingston had 10. District play begins at Warrior Stadium against Knoxville on September 8 for homecoming. CLASS 3A DISTRICT 6 WEEK 1 RESULTS Carlisle 43, Ballard 28 (ND) Indianola 24, Norwalk 7 (ND) Knoxville 13, Chariton 6 (ND) Pella 35, Oskaloosa 7 (ND) Perry 38, North Polk, Alleman 31 (OT) South Tama County, Tama 29, Grinnell 16 (ND) Winterset 20, Bondurant-Farrar 10 (ND) Volleyball: Norwalk opened the season at SE Polk and at the Grinnell Tger Tournament. The following are the results from those two tournaments. SEP 1st match vs SEP Norwalk lost 2-0 (13-25, 21-25), 2nd match vs Des Moines Lncoln Norwalk lost 2-0 (21-25, 16-25) and the 3rd match vs Indianola Norwalk kst 2-0 (22-25, 16-25). Statistical Leaders at SE Polk: Camryn Gilchrist-17 kills, 13 digs (match high 8 kills vs Lincoln); Bailey Hochstein-17 assists (match high 7 assists vs Lincoln); Emily Ellis- 28 digs, 4 aces (match high 16 digs vs Indianola); Sam Hoover- 3 blocks (2 blocks vs Indianola). Grinnell 2nd Place Finish at the Tournament: 1st Match vs Washington Norwalk Won 2.1 (21-17, 23-25, 15-6), 2nd Match vs Lynnviile-Sully Norwalk Won 2-1 (21-10, 1-21, 15-11), 3rd Match vs Clear Creek Amana Norwalk Won 2-1 (8-21, 21-17, li-9), 4th Match vs Clear Creek Amana Norwalk Won 2-0 (21-19, 21-18), 5th l .atch vs West Liberty (Championship Game) Norwalk Lost 2-0 (19-21, 10-21). S.atistical Leaders for the day: Camryn Gilchrist (Soph)' 29 kills (match high 10 ktls vs Clear Creek Amana); Abby Allmon (Soph)- 14 kills (match high 5 kills vs ashington); Emma Tollefson (Senior)- 41 assists, 7 aces (match high 13 assists v,, Clear Creek Amana, match high 3 aces vs Lynnville-Sully); Bailey Hochstein (&nior)- 36 assists (match high 11 assists vs Washington); Emily Ellis (Soph)- 3' digs, 6 aces (match high 10 digs vs Clear Creek Amana, match high 3 aces vs Lmnville-Sully); Maddy Zimmerman (Soph)- 18 digs, 6 aces (match high 5 digs v,, Washington, match high 4 aces vs Washington); Sam Hoover (Soph)- 15 blocks (hatch high 4 blocks vs Clear Creek Amana and Lynnville-Sully); Jalyn Simon (tresh)- 12 kills, 9 blocks (match high 5 kills vs Clear Creek Amana, 3 blocks vs Cear Creek Amana); Ellison Grell (Senior) went a perfect 20 for 20 behind the scvice line; Hanna Reeg (Soph)- 13 kills; Jenna Agey (Junior)- 9 kills, 6 blocks. IOWA FARM BUREAU TEAM UP WITH IOWA HAWKEYES TO PROVIDE AN 'ANF GAME DAY ON-FIELD EXPERINCE' The Iowa Farm Bureau and University of Iowa Hawkeyes are partnering to celebrate Iowa farmers during the 7th annual America Needs Farmers (ANF) Game Day on September 23 when the Hawks take on the Penn State Nittany L!ons. One lucky fan will win the experience of a lifetime during the big game i imluding four tickets to the September 23 ANF game, a football autographed by , C,ach Kirk Ferentz, a football autographed from Iowa Hawkeye legend and f .mer NFL star Chad Greenway, ANF-branded Hawkeye merchandise, and opportunity to visit the Kinnick Stadium sidelines alongside the Hawkeyes. To enter the contest to win the "ANF Game Day On-Field Experience," go to, click on the 'Enter to Win' tab on the ANF Game Dry On-Field Experience page and take a short, multiple-choice quiz to see how I va farmers are growing the crops and livestock that help meet your daily n eds. The contest winner will be announced on September 18, 2017. "The rich history and tradition of the ANF program has proven to be a great way to reach new audiences who want to understand more about how their food, fuel, and fiber is grown today and learn about innovation and the successful conversation practices Iowa farmers are implementing on their farms," says Iowa Farm Bureau Federation (IFBF) President Craig Hill. "With one in five Iowa jobs is attributed to agriculture, farming plays a critical role in our state. With a rapidly growing global population requiring more food production while using fewer resources, Iowa farmers are conserving and embracing efficiency-improving technology needed to meet demands, and an opportunity like the ANF partnership is a great way to connect and engage with consumers. The story of ANF began in 1985, in the midst of the Farm Crisis that claimed : thousands of Iowa farms. Fans can learn why legendary Hawkeye Coach Hayden Fry created ANF, hear why Hawkeye greats like Dallas Clark, Chad Greenway, and Jared DeVries support ANF, purchase ANF gear that supports Iowa's food banks, and meet the farm families who grow our food and embody the reasons ANF remains important today on the newly redesigned www.America "We are excited to continue our successful ANF partnership with Coach Ferentz and the Hawkeyes this year while celebrating the many important contributions of today's farm families," Hill says. LIBRARY HOURS Monday - Thursday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Frida}; 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday, 1 - 4 p.m. Closed Sundays ( {cmoml Day-Lilmr Day) The word "sinister" can be traced from the Greek for "left-handed" The Romans thought good omens came from the left-hand side; to the Greeks, the left was the source of bad omens.