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Thursday, October 1, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News BIG CRAFT SALE Sat, Oct. 3, 9 a.m. 4 p.m. AMORE PET BOUTIQUE 1017 Main St. Norwalk We are done moving and now selling some of our pet-related and non-pet related inventory. FQN CRAFT ITEMS °Scrapbooking Paper 0Rubber Stamps 0Stamp Pads OFancy Scissors 'Fabric OJewelry Findings OBeads OFinished Jewelry °Tons more! Do some Shopping, Craft Shopping and just FUN Legislative Newsletter Stan Gustafson Iowa House Representative District 25 Legislative Page Program Rep. Stan Gustafson (R- Cumming) recently re- leased information on the Iowa Legislative Page pro- gram. Each year the Iowa House of Representatives and the Iowa Senate em- Iowa high school jun- iors and seniors to serve as Pages for the legislative ses- sion which begins in Janu— arY- Duties of the House and Senate Pages vary slightly, but generally Pages pro— lfidfipentent 24 Agent to work for you. Let me help find the vehicle insurance paltry that’s right far you. LANE lNSURANCE AGCY NC 51 59814614 mtamqéfiaminsurancexem AYHAWK llll\tl~0l In\\\ l\t ()nl) l() minuteslolordun (Ircck Mall and 15 lllllllllt‘S l() (l()\\'lll()\\'|l. linjoi a \Vcs‘l Dr‘s Homes zuldrcss and amend \()l'\\;1||\' Schools :11 I’m Valle)! Iowa's targest . ire-ewes; its; eté were we. WflKM M FOX VALLEY vide invaluable assistance to Representatives or Senators and staff by as- sisting with tasks such as the switchboard, deliver- ing messages, distributing legislation, assisting com— mittee Chairpersons or sorting amendments. Pages are paid and many schools grant credit for a student’s work in the Leg- islature. Rep. Gustafson is en- couraging local students to apply for the 2016 Page program. "I hope area students will apply to serve as Leg— islative Pages. It is a worth- while opportunity for stu- dents to gain real world experiences,” said Rep. Gustafson. The application for the 2016 Legislative Page Pro- gram is due no later than Friday, October 9, 2015. To receive more information or an application, visit: https://www.legis.iowa .gov/agencies/careers/ page. LETTERS W We publish letters to the editor when they are not libelous and when they are signed by the person or persons submitting them. Opinions expressed are ‘ not necessarily the opinions of the N/Warren Town and County News staff. Letters are printed as received. We do not correct spelling and grammatical errors. CARLA’S SHOCKING NIGHT WITH HER PACEMAKER I had just been home a week after having a pace- maker/defibrillator implanted. I was sitting watching TV. All of a sudden, I received a jolt and shock that left me wondering; how I could have possibly been hit by lightning inside our house? I finally came to my senses (such as they are) and realized that the defibrillator had shocked me. Within half an hour, I received another shock while I was talking to my doctor. I was told to go to the ER, so 911 was called. Within minutes, the first responder, Officer Down— ing was there. Shortly after that came Chief Huston, fol- lowed by the rescue unit. At that point, I was far from calm in fear of another shock at any time. Paramedic Ioe Patava, Austin Lancaster and Mark Muener were very professional, competent and under- standing. They got me situated in the ambulance and explained exactly what was happening, all the while reassuring me. Everyone was very efficient. Ijust wanted to let everyone know exactly how for- tunate we are to have such quality people in our town. Thank all of you for coming to my aid. I appreciate ev- erything you did to help me. I am truly grateful! And, by the way, I was rewired and I am doing well! /s/Carla Becker Norwalk 4-H All-Stars The regular meeting of the Norwalk 4-H All Stars was held Sunday, Sept. 13, at the NorWalk Easter Public library. The meeting was called to order by President Emily Bergan. Will Bennett led the Pledge of Allegiance. Roll Call was answered by nine members, stating their favorite thing to do at the Iowa State Fair. Brenna Duffy read the minutes of the last meeting. The Treasurer ’5’ report was read by Nicole Alexander. Taylor Bergan read the newsletter. For new business, we talked about record books and online registration. We held the election of officers for next year. The officers will be President Emily Bergan, Vice-President Sara Bennett, Secretary Isabel Hanson, Treasurer Nicole Alexander, and-Photographer Will Bennett. Isabel Hanson made a motion to adjourn the meeting and Logan Duffy seconded it. Taylor Bergan led the 4-H pledge. There were no demonstrations this month. Will Bennett provided treats. Isabel Hanson, Secretary NOW RESERVING LOTS IN PLAT 2! I '5' Crane: Road LIBRARY EVENTS Tuesday, Oct. Storytime, 10:30 — 11:30 a.m. This storytime is rec- ommended for 3-5 year olds, but all ages are wel- come. We’ll read picture books, sing songs and do rhymes; 25 minutes of Storytime followed by play time. Wednesday, Oct. Early Out Wednesdays, 2:30—3:15 p.m. Come to the library on early out Wednesdays for fun activi- ties and projects. On lst Wednesdays of the month, it’s Build! Build imagina- tive creations with Legos and more. ‘ Thursday, Oct. Rhyme Time, 10:30— 11:30 a.m. We’ll read shorter picture books and board books, sing songs, and do action rhymes! This storytime is recommended for 18 months 2 years old, but all ages are welcome. 25 minutes followed by playtime. Pajama Storytime, 7— storytime for all ages. Pa- jamas welcome. "\ 7:25 p.m. An evening . -