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Norwalk Warriors Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District Page Eight N/Warren Town- and HS Choral Fall Choir Concert The Norwalk High School choirs will present their first performance of the year in the Norwalk Performing Arts Center Thursday, Oct. 17, beginning at 7 p.m. The choirs will be wearing their new choir robes for the first time at this event. Some of their repertoire will include: "Jubilate Deo" by Jay Althouse, "Go 'Way From My Window" by John jacob Niles, "Praise His Holy Name!" by Keith Hamp- ton, "Simple Gifts" arranged by John Coates Jr., "Earth Song" by Frank Ticheli, and "Nice Work tf You Can Get It" by George and Ira Gershwin. All of the choirs will sing in mass to conclude the concert with "Battle Hymn of the Republic" arranged by Peter Wilhousky. Norwalk Youth Wrestling Sign Ups Norwalk Youth Wrestling will be holding sign ups Saturday, Oct. 26, from 10-11 a.m. at Norwalk igh School. All 3rd-6th grade students interested in wrestling, as well as K-2nd grade students who have learned the basic skills of wrestling, should sign up through Norwalk Youth Wrestling. Contact Jim McCombs at 515-981-1359 if you are interested and cannot attend the sign ups October 26. For K-2nd grade students with little or no wrestling experience, sign ups are cur- rently underway at Norwalk Parks and Rec department. Sign ups end Friday, Oct. 18. Parks and Rec program is limited to 50 students. NHS Seniors Recognized at National Council on Youth Leadership Sunday and Monday, Sept. 22-23, the Greater Des Moines Chapter of the National Council on Youth Leadership (NCYL) recognized over 250 seniors from 22 different high schools from the Greater Des Moines area. During this two-day Youth Salute seminar held at Drake University, students took part in workshops on team build- ing, self-esteem and other leadership concepts. Scholarship winners and "Youth Leaders of the Year" were announced at the recognition and award ceremony held Monda Sept. 23. NCYL is dedicated to recognizing, encouraging and developing the leadership skills of youth. Its network of programs is focused on activities on the local level, providing.opportunities to a diverse group of young people. NCYL programs cover different areas to help accomplish its mission such as creating public awareness of the importance and power of.youth leadership, providing programs to build ad- vanced leadership skills and facilitating community involvement in recognition and supporting their youth. Each spring, high school juniors from the Greater Des Moines area are nominated for leadership they have shown in school religious orgar izations or their commu- nity. The nominees must have been elected to a leadership position and have at least a B average to be eligible. .- The following students from Norwalk High School were recognized during NCYL: Alexandra Bennett, Katie Campbell Katie Elliott, Elizabeth Frame, Lauren Houk, Baylie Martin, Tom Scallon*, Julia Sheber, Kimberly Suckow and Morgan Westvold. *Denotes scholarship winner To learn more about NCYL, visit CharacterCountsInIowa.com/ncyl. AIB Rep At NHS Lindsay Allen, an admissions executive from AIB College of Business in Des Moines, will be available to meet with prospective students at 1:45 p.m. Monda3 Oct. 21, at Norwalk High School. Allen will explain AIB's cost-saving "Degree in 3" program, which allows stu- dents to earn a bachelor's degree in three years. She will also discuss the school's academic and athletic scholarship opportunities, military financial assistance for veterans, lifetime career assistance and how students can save money by locking in to one tuition rate for the duration of their undergraduate college education. Sales & Service since To service our customers even better, we have a Brand New State-of-the-Art HUNTER ALIGNMENT SYSTEM All work is guaranteed by a 12 months/12,000 Miles Warranty NAPA Auto Center Complete Engine Specialist Auto Repair Intake Specialist 802 Sunset Ddve Towing ASE Certified Mechanics Norwalk County News Thursday, October 17, 2013 Norwalk Student Participates on Lincoln Swim Team Sara Bennett, a Norwalk 9th graderr participates as a varsity member of the Lin- coln High School girls swim team. Bennett swims 50-Yard and 100-Yard Sprint Freestyle, 200-Yard and 500-Yard Distance Freestyle events, as well as the 100-Yard Butterfly. She is also a member of the varsity relays. 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