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Thursday, October 24, 2013 N/Warren Town and County News j- Page Seven Fairgrounds 5K Nov. 3 Honeybee Presentation to Indianola Clover Kids The seventh annual Fairgrounds 5K will take place Sunday, Nov. 3, on the Iowa State Fair- grounds. Runners, joggers and walkers will have the opportunity to experience the Fairgrounds' park-like setting without the hustle and bustle of the Fair. Nothing compares to an Iowa State Fair corndog and this is your chance to enjoy one "guilt free." The Blue Ribbon Foun- dation invites the entire family to participate in the afternoon's events includ- ing the 5K run, one mile walk and the Chase the Cow .Kids' Run. Register today at www.Blue RibbortFoundation.org. "In August, the Fair- grounds are filled with great people, music, enter- tainment, rides and the best food we all look for- ward to every year. The 5K is the perfect opportunity for Iowans to see how one of a kind our Fairgrounds are while the Fair is not going on and also support its preservation and reno- vation," said Peter Did You Know? (NAPS)--By taking advan- tage of resources provided by companies such as Geeks On Call, parents can stay informed and active in pro- tecting their children from digitalthreats. The "Parents Guide to Internet Safety" is available as a free PDF download at www.geeks oncaILcom/guide. When ptuv] a dietary supplement, make sure the bottle has a safety seal in place, with no visible open- ings. Experts say a supple, ment's packaging and label can be an indication of the product's quality. For more informaEon, visit the Web site at www.vitsminshoppe.com. *** Lunches that make the nutritional grade can help your kids get better grades. The national public health initiative, uits & Veggies-- More Matters, encourages Americans to eat more fruits and vegetables by providing tips and recipes that make eating more easy and attain- able. For tips and recipes, visit www. fruitsandveggies morematters.org. *#* No matter what time of year you visit Ohio, there's something colorful and alive waiting to greet visitors. For more information about Ohio in Bloom, visit www.Discover Ohio.com. ## ## = The compact Combination Type AFCI from Siemens is a new line of defense against fires caused by arc faults in your home. Learn more by o.rdering your free Whole House Safety Kit at www. sea.siemens.com/wholehouse safety or (800) 964-4114. ## =I= * Online resources such as MakingLifeBetter.com from Unilever are designed to help families better organize their lives. The site is packed with family-friendly recipes, beauty advice and hundreds of life- orgamzing tips, plus a free online organizer that man- ages schedules and activities. One of the most effective ways to stay within budget on vacation is to use a pre- paid card, such as Visa TravelMoney. It's accepted anywhere that takes Visa debit cards and comes with lost luggage reimbursement. You can learn more at www.visa.com/travelmoney. Critics report that Jade Brode's new book, "Marry t he Man of Your Dreams," will help any woman who finds herself stuck on a lot of first dates but can't seem to develop a relationship. To learn more, visit www.marry themanofyourdreams.org. 6th Annual Coat & Boot Drive During the month of October, Norwalk Chiropractic will be collecting new snow boots (youth sizes 12-3) and new coats (youth sizes 7-12) for Oviatt Elementary School. In exchange, new patients will receive an exam and x-ray ('ff medically needed). All etablished patients will receive a chiropractic manipulation in exchange fora new pair of snow boots or coat October 28 through November 1. Become a tan of Noflalk Chiropractic on Facebook 1228 Sunset Ddve, Suite B Norwalk 515,981,9208 515.981.11SS F tr,vP*vlvAqqi [o] aiViv  " MON., WED. & FRL 8enl-lpm & 3pm.Gpnl * 'I1/ES. 7arr.-Noon Cownie, Blue Ribbon Foundation's new Execu- tive Director. "I encourage all runners, walkers and avid Fair-goers to take part in this special event." For more information about the Fairgrounds 5K or the Blue Ribbon Foun- dation; visit our website or call 1-800-450-3732 The Blue Ribbon Foun- dation is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. Since its inception in 1993, the Foundation has generated more than $95 million for renovations and improve- ments to the Iowa State Fairgrounds. (NAPS)--Outsulation by Dryvit not only improves the way a.home looks, it can help reduce energy bills by up to 35 percent and dampen noise. For more information, call (800) 556-7752; in Canada, call (800) 263-3308; or visit www.dryvithomes.com. l c " "C s':" ..... The latest trends in floor covering include lifetime "sat- isfaction guaranteed" war- ranties and carpets that maintain their showroom sheen for years. That's the word from the World Floor Covering Association--the floor covering industry's largest advocacy organiza- tion For more information, visit www.WFCA.org. Mike White, Viticulturist for Iowa State University Extension and Outreach gave Cori Stanley's Indianola Clover Kids and their parents a honeybee presentation. He then gave them a trailer ride to the back of his Christmas tree farm. Photos submitted. Tom Phillips for Mayor Former team leader at Principal Financial 6roup Assistant coach for youth baseball and youth basketball Presenter, Project Manager and Program Officer for a national IBM large systems Member of City/School Committee Past President Financially strong district user's group (SHARE) School Board member o 16 years of service 0 0 0 0 Strived to lower prQperty tax levy (now at the lowest it has been in 16 years) Increased student achievement 0