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The couple just completed an eight-week trip in Geneva, Switzerland where Mr. Fernandez worked on Clinical Research Rotation at the World Health Orga- nization (WHO) Headquarters. They are now residing in Columbus, OH where Mrs. Fernandez has resumed work at Nationwide and her husband is continuing his medical training. N/Warren Town and County News i ; " " ' r i II(_00]00IURCH and SOCIAL 1 Luther College Concert Oct. 28 In Norwalk Members of the Luther College Concert Band will perform at the Norwalk Performing and Fine Arts Center at 7 p.m. Frida Oct. 2_8. The public is welcome to attend. The event is being sponsored by Norwalk Music Boosters and New Life Lutheran Church. ASSE International Student Exchange ASSE International Stu- dent Exchange Programs (ASSE) is seeking volun- teers to serve as Area Rep- resentatives in the commu- nity. ASSE provides aca- demic year and semester exchange programs in the United States for high school students from around the world. Students are 15 to 18 years of age, have passed a series of aca- demic and character re- quirements and are await- ing an opportunity to em- bark on their American ad- venture. Area Representatives re- cruit and screen prospec- tive host families, interview students to study abroad and supervise the exchange students in their commu- nity. Area Representatives are compensated based on the number of students they are supervising. ASSE's primary goal is to contribute to Interna- tional understanding by enabling students to learn about other languages and cultures through active par- ticipation in family, school and community life. ASSE's Area Representatives are the cornerstone of the orga- nization, making all of this possible. For more information about ASSE or becoming an Area Representative, call our Midwest Regional of- fice at 1-800-736-1760 or email us at asseusamid west@asse.com. GIRL SCOUTS CELEBRATING 100 YEARS Girl Scouts are celebrat- ing their 100th anniversary March 12, 2012. Norwalk Girl Scouts are looking for lifetime mem- bers and alumni for special events throughout the year. First event is Sunda); Oct. 23, at Christ Our Sav- ior Lutheran Church, 515 Sunset Dr., from 2-4 p.m. Come dressed in your cos- tumes. Bring an item to be put in a birthday box. These items are cake mix, frosting, party plates, nap- kins, or candles. Bring $1 for a birthday patch. We will be celebrating Juliett Gordon Low's birthday. She is the founder of Girl Scouts. For more information, call Michelle Stephenson, 515-360-4657 or email GSWarrenl00@yahoo.com. Scouts are also looking for people to give recipes to create a Warren County cookbook for Girl Scouts and looking for people to share their memories at the special events. I September 21 Officers investigated a disturbance report in Cumming; no charges filed. October 6 Douglas Furler, rural Indianola, reported a ga- rage at his residence was entered; taken were a riding lawn mower, three wheelers, furnace box and a safe; $6,000 loss. October 7 John Schwechel, rural Norwalk, reported a ve- hicle on his property was entered; taken was stereo equipment valued at $1,000. Kelly Hinderson, rural Norwalk, reported a home entered; taken were flat screen TV, iPad, fire arms and computer equipment; Page Five Mallory Reed and James Metzger Wedding is Planned Ron and Heidi Reed, Norwalk, announce the engage- ment and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mallory, to James Metzger, son of Doug and Tammy Metzger, Norwalk. Miss Reed, a 2006 graduate of Norwalk High School, is employed with the Winterset School district as a sign language interpreter. Mr. Metzger, also a 2006 graduate of Norwalk High School works with Aramark Uniform Services. The couple will be married Saturda Oct. 29, at St. John the Apostle Catholic Church and will reside in Norwalk following the wedding. SHERIFF'S REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent proven guilty in a court of law. i no dollar amount listed on loss at this time. Bevington Kum & Go reported a drive-off with- out paying for $30 worth of fuel. October 8 James Weaver, Martens- dale, reported a safe and tools taken from the back of his vehicle; $100 loss. October 9 Patricia Ford, rural Indianola, reported a li- cense plate lost or stolen in the Norwalk area. Janet Corlis, Greenfield Plaza, reported damage to the siding on her home when struck with a pellet- type projectile; $50 loss. Jacob Reed, rural Norwalk, reported his ve- hicle was entered; taken was archery equipment until valued at $1,400. Officers conducting a traffic stop on I35 north of Bevington; Connie Wood- ley, 39, Des Moines, was charged with OWI. October 10 James Murphy, rural Norwalk, reported a trailer and four wheeler taken from his property; $15,000 loss. October 11 Mark Davis, rural Indianola, reported his home entered; taken was a quantity of change of un- known value. Officers conducting a traffic stop on Hwy 5 just south of Des Moines, charged Robert Shedd, 48, Carlisle, with OWI and speeding. 10.37Sunt Drive Norwalk emall:: naiurancsi.com www.norwalkinsumnce.com 515-981-0434 or 515-9814293 Fax:$15-g81-521 Toii Free 800-734