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Thursday, October 14, 2010 : | N/Warren Town and County News Page Seven OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that a pub- lic hearing will be held before the WAR- REN COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUST- MENT on the 28  day of October, 2010 at 7:35 p.m. in the 2 ' floor Board of Supervisors Meetlng Room, Warren County Administra- tion Buildlng, Indianola, lowa. Said hearing is in regard to an application submitted by Raymond and Jami Mays, 3047 80 = Avenue, Norwalk, Iowa 50211. A vadance is sought from T'e V, Chapter 41.04 [7E] of the 2008 Warren County Zoning Or- dinance. Section ['TE] provides for Mini- mum Rear yard Depth. Dwellings and other permitted uses: fifty (50) feet unless otherwise specified. The vari- ance request is to build a pole building within ten (10) feet from the rear (East) property line on property described as: Lot #4 of Iola's Acres in Section 17, Township 77 North, Range 24 West of the 5 = P.M., Warren County, Iowa. Located at 3047 80 th Avenue, Norwalk, Iowa 50211. The text of the application is on tile in the ZONING OFRCE in the Warren County Administration Building, 301 North Buxton, Suite 212, Indlanola, Iowa, and may be examined during regular office hours (Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.). Written comments will be ac- cepted before or during the hearing. Send comments to: Warren County Zoning Office, 301 North Buxton, Suite 212, Indianola, Iowa 50125 or email them to: robertf@co.warren.ia.us Dated at Indianola, Iowa this 7 t" Day of October, 2010. /s/Robert Folkestad Zoning Director LIBRARY HOURS Monday- Thursday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Friday & Satttrday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday, 1-5 p.m. Closed Sundays (M00norialDay-/_abr Day) BUSINESS REVIEW 1 Plan Benefit For Hospice The 24th Annual Benefit Dance for Hospice of Cen- tral Iowa is scheduled for Friday; Nov. 5, from 8 to 11 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Downtown, Des Moines. The event at The Top of the Tower indudes dancing, silent auction, cash bar and dining specials. Live music will be provided by Free Style, a variety dance band. Admission is $10 and attire is casual. Profits are do- nated in the name of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick and Elks Lodge 98. Tickets and more information are available by call- ing Ed Kelly at 515-577-3843. CHRISTIAN STORE DAY CELEBRATION Wellspring Parable will be participating in the up- coming Christian Store Day celebrations that will be taking place across the country Saturda3 Oct. 23. This unprecedented initiative marks the single largest col- laborative promotional effort ever launched within the Christian marketplace as consumers are encouraged to "Celebrate Faith and Community" and show support for their local Christian stores by shopping on this date. As a part of the day's events and in a partnership with Compassion International, Operation Christmas Child- a project of Samaritan's Purse and World Vision, Well- spring Parable will be selling an enhanced compilation CD that will include recordings and e-book offerings from major Christian authors and artists for the pur- pose of generating awareness and raising funds for con- tinued relief and rebuilding for earthquake victims in Haiti. The CD will be available in-store only on Chris- tian Store Day and proceeds will go to Haitian aid pro- grams. The participating authors and artists have do- nated royalties for the project and the publishers and music companies are foregoing profits to help raise funds for the ministry work. Mineart Inducted into Iowa Wesleyan College Athletic Hall of Fame Norwalk resident Dave Mineart was inducted into the Iowa Wesleyan College Athletic Hall of Fame during ceremonies at the Mr. Pleasant college Friday, Oct. 1. Mineart played halfback and fullback for the Iowa Wesleyan College Tiger foot- ball team from 1956-1959. He was the first player to be a two-time captain, in 1958 and 1959. During one game he totaled 29 tackles, a school record that stood for three decades. After graduating with a bachelor's degree in 1960, Mineart went on to teach biol- ogy. He was awarded the Biology Teacher of the Year in 1972. Mineart began his coaching career as a football coach at Harmony Community Schools in 1960. He moved to HLV Community School where he coached football as well as golf, softball, boys basketball and baseball. He continued his career in Norwalk in 1966, where his record stands at 173-77-1, winning nine conference and one dis- trict championships. His 1971 team finished an undefeated season. Norwalk went to the playoffs four years under Mineargs leadership: 1983, 1989, 1990 and 1992. He was named Coach of the Year in football seven times in the Norwalk athletics confer- ence. The Norwalk football field is named in his honor. He was inducted into the Iowa Football Coaches Hall of Fame in November 2009. Mineart was a head football and track coach for 35 years, retiring after the 1994 season with a career 202-102-3 football record. He is one of the winningest coaches in Iowa, one of only 44 coaches to reach the 200 win level. Mineart has served in many professional and civic organizations, including the Iowa Football Coaches Association, the Iowa Track & Field Coaches Association, the Iowa Academy of Science, St. John the Apostle Catholic Church and the Knights of Columbus. He was also a member of the Iowa Wesleyan College Alumni Association.Board of Directors from 1982-88, serving as Vice President from 1989-1994 and as President from 1995-1998. He and his wife, Libby, received the Iowa Wesleyan College Alumni Service Award in 2008. The Iowa Wesleyan College Athletic Hall of Fame was created in 2003 to honor former student-athletes, coaches, teams or others who have had a significant impact on, or brought special recognition to, Iowa Wesleyan College. All inductees were nominated by their peers and selected by the Hall of Fame Committee, consisting of representatives from the Board of Trustees, Alumni Association and College admin- istration. If dabbling in art didn't amuse me, I beg you to believe that I wouldn't do it. -Pierre-Auguste Renoir ,It Ir.