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Thursday, October 6, 2011 N/Warren Town and County News Page Five Sunday, June 5, Alex by his uncle, Jeff Hale, Jagim was recognized for who is also an Eagle earning the rank of Eagle Scout. In attendance at the Scout. He is the son of ceremony were three gen- Mike and Tracy Jagim of erations of scouts and Waukee and the grandson their leaders. Alex's of Jim and Linda Hale of grandpa, Jim Hale, was Clive, formerly of Nor- there with his scoutmas- walk. ter, Bill Hamilton; Alex's The Eagle Scout cer- uncle, Jeff Hale attended emony was held at Living with his scoutmaster, Faith Lutheran Church Tom Becker (Norwalk) with scouts from Troop and Alex and his scout- 178, family and friends at- master, Brett Thayer, were tending. Jagim's past and in attendance. Alex pre- current scoutmasters, John sented pins to his morn, Pomeroy, Gary Bland and dad and a mentor pin to Brett Thayer were part of his grandpa, Jim Hale. the ceremony. Alex's Eagle To become an Eagle Oath was administrated Scout, it is required to be deeoratecl for gout group. Call today to p/ace an order/. .... :~i, ,H , CHURCH i!~ ilL-! i and SOCIAL 1 Eagle Scout Aw; Alex earn 21 merit badges. Alex has earned 33 of the badges and will continue in scout- ing until his 18th birthday. Upon his 18th birthday he plans to continue in scout- ing as an Assistant Scout- master. Alex was presented a Bronze Palm at the cer- emony for the extra num- ber. of merit badges he earned. Alex is a member online for everyone to see. Currently the services are being seen in over 20 coun- tries! Only two percent of all boy scouts earn the rank of Eagle, which is a testament to its high standard. CROP Walk for Hunger Another purpose of the Hunger Walk is to provide a visible witness and to raise awareness of the re- ality of hunger all over the world. Anyone can participate in the 2011 Walk. Donation envelopes can be picked up at Norwalk churches. "Millions are starving, this is your chance to help," said Hannah Jameson, General Chair of the 2011 Hunger Walk. KC Breakfast This Sunday Members of Knights of Columbus will hold a Pan- cake Breakfast Sunday, Oct. 9, from 8 to 11 a.m. at St. John the Apostle Catho- lic ChurcG 720 Orchard Hills Dr. The menu includes pan- cakes, eggs, French toast, sausage, juice, milk and coffee for a free-will dona- tion. Proceeds are used for community service projects. The 2"a annual Norwalk Crop Walk for Hunger will be held Sunday Oct. 9, be- ginning at 1:30 p.m. at the Norwalk Christian Church, 701 Main St. The purpose of the walk will be to raise money for ......... CROP, the hunger-fighting agency of Church World Service. 25% of all money raised will come back to the Norwalk Food Pantry. Rev. Russell Melby, Iowa Regional Director of Church World Service/ CROP, called last year's inaugural Norwalk CROP Walk the largest new walk in Iowa. Each year, CROP Walks are held all over the Jagim state and the country. of two Scouting Honor The 2010 CROP walk Societies, the Order of the featured 67 walkers and Arrow and is a fire builder raised just over $8,000, of in the Mic-O-Say tribe,which a little over $2,000 Jagim's required Eagle came back to the Norwalk project was fundraisingFood Pantry to fight hun- and installing a video sys- ger on a local level. This tern for Living 'Faith year's goals, set by the lo- Lutheran.Church in Clive, cal planning committee for to videotape the services the walk, include 100 and programs. The video- walkers and $12,000 taped services are then put raised. SCREENINGS FOR CHILDREN WITH BONE, MUSCLE OR JOINT PROBLEMS. iiiiii~iiiii iiiiiiiiil Arthrogwposis tiff J L IS): : Cerebral Palsy : " ..... ,-: i Clubfoot Hip Conditions Osteogenesis Imperfe a (Brittle Bones) Juvenile Rheumatoid A hrffis Limb Deformities Limb Lengt Differences: Spine : Sports Injuries::::.:.:.:.]:.:~/~: ................. iiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiii ................... ................. i i i~i:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i~: : i:ililili!iii!i!i!i~i~ i]i] ii]iiiiiiiiiiii : ::!~ C;hi dren are eligible to: receive care if they are under the age