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Thursday, October 22, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page Nine AL LAMMERS Concluded from p. 8 point. However, the War- riors showed that they had plenty of mental moxy to match their conference ri- val as they ran off six straight points and took the deciding game 16-14 and clinch the match and taking sole possession of the Little Hawkeye Con- ference with two matches remaining in conference play. The following are the standings in the LHC. The Warriors will finish their conference schedule with matches against Oskaloosa at home tomor- row and then against Newton at home next Tuesday. The Warriors are currently 21-8 overall on the season. Regional pair- ings have also been re- leased and the Warriors re- ceived a bye in the first round of regionals and will then host either Creston or Carlisle in the second round which will be played at Norwalk Thursday, Oct. 29 begin- ning at 7 p.m. NORWALK'S ATH- LETIC/ACTIVITIES PHILOSOPHICAL PILLAR Success in all of Norwalk athletics & activi- ties is the ultimate goal, but the lesson learned in the journey to success is what we value more than wins, losses, or ratings. The lessons we teach and what the participants learn is what prepares them for success in life. The perfor- mance of our coaches, Sponsors, and directors of our programs is more de- pendent on how they per- form in the journey with those participants and not in the end result. Did You Know? You should feel free to forward the Warrior Weekly? Are you a Music or Athletic Booster member yet? Membership forms for both can be found on the school district website under the activity link. Or click on the quick links above. Norwalk has six fe- male athletes participating in swimming at Des Moines Lincoln. Have you checked out the new athletic/activities website? If not go to w vw.norwalkwarriors.org The next Norwalk Athletic Booster Club meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 28. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. in the high school library. All members are encouraged and wel- comed to attend. Norwalk will be clas- sified as a 4A school for the 2015-16 school year? o A reminder that any athlete must have a current physical on file as well as the concussion RTP proto- col on file-before they are able to practice. The financial support October Meeting held provided to all of our ath- Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015, in letic programs by the the High School Band Norwalk Athletic booster Room at 7 p.m. Club in large measure is Treasurer Report: from concession sales dur- John Good went over ing all of our contests and the 9/7/15 financial sum- relies on the volunteerism mary which is available from those parents whose upon request no changes son or daughter partici- pates in those programs, since last meeting. He did All of our non-conces- report that all of the Senior sion stand program par- Scholarships have been re- ents assist with concession ceived by recipients to date. duty for the final football Teacher Reports: game of the year. We thank them for their support of Nick Menke reported the boosters financial sup- that the marching band is in full swing with a good port of those programs!! showing the past Friday's The Norwalk Music football game halftime. Boosters financially assist The band participated in a all levels of the music pro- contest at LinnMar on gram. Sept. 26, will be in Valley Have you signed up Fest on Oct. 10 and for the "notify me" alert on Waukee on Oct. 17. Also, Norwalk's conference website? See the quick link the 8th graders will be per- above to be registered and forming music from "Grease" during halftime be notified through your on Oct.16, and 10 students computer or smart phone have tried out for SCIBA. via email and text. He also mentioned that Remember, we are all new drums are in the ambassadors of how other works for the band. schools and communities Ken Huen reported perceive us based on how that Allstate Competition we conduct ourselves as fans during competition? is coming up on Oct. 24, It's ok to be a POSI- and chaperones are still needed for the band con- TIVE rabid Warrior fan? tests at Waukee. Leadershipisntabout Carroll Hardy re- popularity; rather it is do- ported that he has the larg- ing and saying the right est number of beginning thing when it isn't popu- band students since the lar!!? start of his career with Norwalk Schools. There UIU Family are over 180 students this year. Because of this large Weekendnumber, their first concert As part of its Family onOct. 29 will be split into Weekend celebration, Up- 2 concerts. He is also work- per Iowa University will ing on getting the Sym- salute active military per- phony money approved sonnel and pay tribute to for making the reservation veterans attending the Sat- for these same students to urday, Oct. 24, UIU Pea- attend this year. cock football game vs Bobbi Jo Friesen was Southwest Minnesota unable to attend the meet- State. In addition to recog- ing; but Deanna Frederick nizing UIU alumni and reported that she con- current students who have veyed to her that she has served in the military and/ 100 Honor Choir Students or their respective commu- this year, and they will be nities as a police officer, singing "America the fire fighter, paramedic, Beautiful" before the Iowa etc., during the halftime Wild game. ceremony, a military video Per an email from tribute will be featured Kourtland Churchman, during the event, she is still in need of lots Fans are encouraged to Of items for the upcoming wear red, white and blue musical, "Grease". She can or military attire to each of be contacted for a list of UIU's athletic events on these needs. John Saturday, Oct. 24. The Harrison, stage manager women's soccer team plays for the musical, was in at- Minnesota Crookston at I tendance and confirmed p.m., while the volleyball the same. Jotm Good is in squad takes on Minnesota charge of props and is Crookston at 3 p.m. Kick- looking for help from any- off for the football game is one who is artistic to help set at 6 p.m. paint the props. Complimentary admis- Fundraising: sion tickets to the Oct. 24 Rhonda Huegerich re- volleyball and football ported that both the No- games are available to all table norse, program military servicemen and - m; ilings rill out women, as well as police, :lext u. wk.. fire, and paramedic per- C 'a Ht ;son ill be sonnel at http://www. ' ' sendH ! out tr,e new calen- upperiowaathletics.com/dar for November for sb_output.aspx?form=71. Wells Fargo and encour- Admission is not charged aged anyone participating to the women's soccer to send in their requested match, times as soon as possible. Norwalk Music Booster Minutes www.norwalkmusicboosters.com Jennifer Patterson is the backup person for Fruit Sales and is looking for anyone else to help, as it looks like Tracy Saltz will no longer be in charge. Donna Sleeth reported that she is still looking for help in selling Younkers Community Days coupon books. At present, she has at least 1 person per con- cert but can always use more volunteers. Other fundraising op- portunities were brought to our attention through Casey's punch tickets or pizza coupons are avail- able at no cost with 50% profit staying with the schools. It was agreed that we need to organize a committee to check into this, as we already have 2 yearly fundraisers we ask the students to participate in Entertainment Books and Fruit Sales. Anything else is Music Booster funds but right now would be voluntary on the students' or parents" part. Volunteering: -Lori Nielsen is still in need of concession stand workers for the 8th Grade Choral Festival on Oct. 19 (correction from last month's minutes). She also needs 32 dozen bars or cookies, individually wrapped, delivered by 3:00 that afternoon, and will need help getting piz- zas. Volunteers are still needed for help with sup- per that night. Per an email, Gerard Krupke is in need of 3 vol- unteers to help coordinate the dinners for the All Conference Choral Festi- val we are hosting on Nov. 17. Two people would or- ganize the student dinner and the other, the direc- tors/accompanists dinner. He has menu information from the last time Norwalk hosted that would help in this endeavor. The student dinner volunteers would be coordinating the meal for up to 250 students us- ing Eastview cafeteria. Once meal options and costs are determined, he believes that the money made on this dinner will be all profit. Miscellaneous: Julie Heckart let us know that the website is now updated. She does need the Notable Donor information for this school year to include it and will be putting Wells Fargo in- formation on the website also. John Harrison re- quested help in advertis- ing any way we can as par- ents for the musical be- cause of the large cost this year v. money left in the budget. He will get infor- mation to the music direc- tors about possible dona- tions through Casey's and requested that the connec- tion be made at the football game on Oct. 16 since the 8th grade band is playing music from "Grease". Next Meeting: If you have a child in K12 Norwalk music, you are already a Music Booster. Please join us at our next meeting Monda} Nov. 9, at 7 p.m. in the High School Band Room. Respectfully submitted, Julie Burgett, 2015/2016 Secretary Activities at the NORWALK LIBRARY 1051 North Ave, 981-8217 Tuesday, Oct. 27 Storytime, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. This story-time is rec- ommended for 3-5 year olds, but all ages are welcome. We'll read picture books sing songs and do rhymes; 25 minutes of storytime followed by play time. Trending Topics, 6:30 - 8 p.m. On the fourth Tues- day of each month, join us for a program featuring pre- sentations by professionals on a variety of topics that are trending in the local or global community. Tonight, -come to the library and CHILLAX (Chill Out and Re- lax) Sample a variety of stress-reducing activities for an evening of relaxation and fun. Adults 21 and older my BYOB. Registration required. Wednesday, Oct. 28 Early Out Wednesdays, 2:30 - 3:15 p.m. For grades K-5, come to the library on early out Wednesdays for fun activities and projects, on fourth Wednesdays of the month, it's Create! Make art projects with a variety of materials. Thursday, Oct. 29 Rhyme Time, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. We'll read shorter picture books and board books, sing songs and do ac- tion rhymes! This story-time is recommended for 18 months - 2 years old, but all ages are welcome; 25 min- utes followed by playtime. Friday, Oct. 30 Before Hours: Tech@10, 10 - 11 a.m. Each Friday at 10 a.m., staff members will be available to set up tech help appointments or help drop-in individuals. Con- tact the library for more information. COMMtITED TO OUR B' EMC. CUSTOMERS aND [nst|vatlce. Co~tI|.~i~!sOUR COMMUNITY. In-Floor ~ Geothermal Heating "Insured & Certified" SALES ~ SERVICE -- REPLACEMENT BATH ROOf',4 REMODEL l The first nylon bristle toothbrush with a plasUc han- dle was Invented in 1938. The electric toothbrush first appeared in 1939.