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P, SMALLTOWNPAPERS /c~ 217 WEST COTA ST. SHELTON WA 98584-2263 I,IIMI,M,q.l,ld ,h.l,,qdlll,,vad.,...dHIql OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER FOR NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT Norwalk Warriors Vol. 47 No. 22 Norwalk, Iowa 50211 USPS No. 395-120 Phone 981-0406 emaih news@norwalknewspaper.com Thursday, October 8, 2015 4 POLICE REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. September 21 ication, Interference with Multiple thefts from Official Acts, and Posses- unlocked motor vehicles sion Drug Paraphernalia. and burglaries. Rolling He also had an active Dal- Green neighborhood; in- las County warrant for a vestigations continue into probation violation. Sub- these offenses, ject was processed and Warrant Arrest, Hwy 5,transported to the Warren 97 mile marker. JoshuaCounty Jail. McBride, Des Moines, was September 24 arrested and processed on Theft Report - 2100 an active warrant for Pos- block Swan Drive. Build- session of Controlled Sub- ing materials stolen from stance. Subject was pro- residence. Information cessed and turned over to taken and a report was Polk County authorities, made. Credit Card Forgery, Septeml er 25 2000 block Norwood Theft Report - 500 block Drive. Fraudulent charges North Avenue. Gas drive made to credit card. Infor- off. Information taken and marion was taken for re- a report was made. port. Financial Institution ~.It.t~aJ2Pd_gfi credited victim's account Impaired Driver - 200 for the amount of the loss. block North Avenue. Credit Card Fraud, BrendenBoothe, Norwalk, 1300 block Hunter Drive. was arrested and charged Information taken and a with Operating while In- report was made. toxicated and Failure to September 22 maintain control. Subject Hit and Run Vehicle was processed and trans- Crash, 900 block Southported to the Warren Avenue. Vehide owned by County Jail. Charles Lloyd, Des Criminal Mischief - Moines, was struck while 1100 block Skylane Drive. legally parked. Informa- Window broken in garage tion was taken and a re- entry door. Information port was made. taken and a report was September 23 made. Criminal Mischief, 2600 September 27 block Cedar Street. Dam- Theft Report - 4700 age to vehicle with scratch- block Devlin Drive. Tools es. Information taken and missing from a residence. a report was made. Inves- Infornaation taken and a tigation continues in this report was made. case. Vehicle Crash - 4600 September 22 block of Hyperion Drive. Theft Report - 500 block Vehicle driven by Jona- Lewis Avenue. License thon Starace, Norwalk, plate reporting missing struck a parked vehicle from vehicle. Information belonging to Tena Vasqu- taken and a report wasez, alsoof Norwalk. Infor- made. mation was taken and a Burglary/Criminal Mis-- rport was forwarded to chief - 2500 block Shad',,; ':. Iowa Department of Lane Drive. Three u.v s ortation. locked vehicles were .:, September 29 tere,and one sustai ' :,:ficle Crash- Cherry scre~ 3. amage. ~.,:~ [~,~rkhill Drive. Vehicle wa~ ~:~d mi~;~,J]~ -'*:!'~" by Forrest Pearson, for. :~ker, :~;, ,-~',:;lk, was struck by po .... de. . hic]e driven by Gretta 1, ,: ~.b~~ +2: !e f'~,~,nd, also of Norwalk. ;:~to: ~'-~ ~fo~'mation taken and a Sb.:, Ca--:. eport was forwarded to Dri, i~,~~ty Le:ib, of D,:,~ the Iowa Department of Mc,] was ar -ested and Transportation. cha~ , ' ~thPubhcIntox- Concluded p. 4 Norwalk Lions Club 40th Anniversary Linda Bussanmas received the Warren Coleman Award, Iowa Lions Foundation from John Dagenais,. Present0r. Norwalk Lions Club is celebrating 40 years of ser- vice in the Norwalk Community. Norwalk Lions Club was chartered September 20, 1975. Jim Cain is the only remaining Charter member. We celebrated September 20, 2015 at The O'Leary Celebration of Life Center - Community Room with a dinner and program. President, Casey Bright welcomed the following members and guests: Members: Casey and Maggie Bright, David Lester, Ed and JoAnn Chapman, Jim and Mary Cain, Jim Jones, Alan Waugh, Susan and Fred Leverman, Mary Sue Demerath, Andrea Johnson, Sharon Bums, Eric O'Lear Ryan Riggs, Ken Zanker, Joe Desmond, Vicki and John Dagenais and Linda Bussanmas. Guests: Johnny Bright, Wanda Jones, Arnita Waugh, Cathy Riggs and Marty Bussanmas. Recognition of Past Presidents in attendance: David Lester, Andrea Johnson, Mary Cain, Jim Cain, Alan Waugh, John Dagenais, Linda Bussanmas and Ken Zanker. Recognized Lioness Charter members 25 years ago: Sharon Burns, Mary Cain, Mary Sue Demerath and Cheri McFafland. Recognition of Past Recipients of the Melvin Jones Fellowship: Jim Cain, Mary Cain and Harvey Taylor (deceased). Recognition of Past Warren Coleman Award Recipi- ents: John Dagenais, Andrea Johnson, David Lester, Alan Waugh and Jim Cain. Awarding of Warren Coleman: Presented by John Dagenais The Warren Coleman Honorary Award is the high- est honor conferred by the Iowa Lions Foundation. It recognizes your deep commitment to the ideals of Lionism, concern for the welfare of those in need, rec- ognition as a leader among the Lions of Iowa, leader- ship, service and promotes the common goal of service to all mankind. On behalf of the Iowa Lions Foundation we congratulate Linda Bussanmas with the Warren Coleman Honorary Award #3760. Awarding of Melvin Jones Fellowship *Presented by David Lester. Melvin Jones Fellowship is the backbone of the Li- ons Club International Foundation. Melvin Jones is the founder of Lions International. The key area of service is in supporting Lions mission of serving communities and recognition of humanitarian work worldwide. On Presentor David Leate gave tiC'L-tons Cixtbinterna- tional Foundatioi Melvin Jones Fellowship Award to John Dagenais. Photos submitted. behalf of the Lions Club International Foundation we congratulate John Dagenais with the Melvin Jones Fel- lowship Award. 40 Years of Lionism -Shared Memories: Drawing(s): Alan Wauglx Tailtwistor; Picture frame donated by David Lester - Winner Eric O'Leary; 4 wine glasses - Winner Ryan Riggs; Free car wash Donated by Four Season Auto Wash- Winner Linda Bussanmas; Free car wash Donated by Four Season Auto Wash - Winner JoAnn Chapman; Candle - Winner Eric O'Leary; Bottle of Wine Donated by Ed and JoAnn Chapman- Winner Andrea Johnson; Bottle of Wine Donated by Ed and JoAnn Chapman - Winner Jim Jones; Bottle of Wine Donated by Ed and JoAnn Chapman - Winner Fred Leverman; Mum plant - Winner Johnny Bright; Mum plant- Winner Susan Leverman; $25 gift card Donated by CALS - Winner David Lester; $30 gift card Donaed by 804 Main- Winner John Dagenais; Fareway gift card Donated by Fareway - Winner Mary Sue Demerath. 2015-2016 Current Members/Officers: (Years of Lionism) - Casey Bright/President (3 years), Maggie Bright (3 years), Sharon Burns (25 years), Linda Bussanmas (10 years), Jim Cain (40 + years), Mary Cain Concluded p. 6 Norwalktoberfest This Saturday Residents are reminded of the Norwalk Area Cham- ber of Commerce family-friendly Norwalktoberfest Sat- urday, Oct. 10, from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. in the City State Bank Trust and Invest parking lot on the corner of Hwy 28 and Main Street. Admission is $5, children under ten is $3 and chil- dren two and under-free. Beer tickets are $3. You must be 21+ to drink. An ID is required. Live music will be provided by a Polka Band. There will be craft beers and new this year will be a Home Brew Contest. Participants will have access to football games on TV via Mediacom Communications Corp. Food provided by Klassy Krew BBQ will be avail- able for purchase. During the break from the band, three groups of dancers, ages 3-13, from Just For Kix Dance will perform a routine. There will also be displays from various Norwalk area businesses. For more information go to www.norwalk chamber.org.