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Thursday, October 28, 2010 /N/Warren Town and County News OFFICE INFORMATIOI Pick up registration forms 24 hours a day at the Parks and Recreation office or print them off our website: www.ci.norwalk.ia.us. You can mail registrition forms, place .them in Our drop box or walk in. Our office is located at 1100 Chatham Ave. (Public Safety Bldg.). Of- fice hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday thru Fri- day. The drop box is open 24/7! If youhave any ques- tions, call us at 981-9206. Online registration is avail- able. (see website: www.ci, norwalk.ia.us) TRICK OR TREAT NIGHT (GHOSTLY GOOD TIMES) Trick or treat night in Norwalkwill be Saturday, Oct. i i • .NORWALKLEISuREPARKS&. RECREATION. LINE" DEPARTMENT• . .- J . Volley Girls 8 The Net Effect 4 Volley Mamas 3 ADULT PICK-UPBASKETBALL GAMES Pick-upbasketball games will be offered for adults• Please bring clean tennis shoes to wear for the games• This program is only for residents who live in the Norwalk School District. Program Dates: October 27, November 3, 10, 17, December 1, 8, 15, January 5,12,19, 26, Fetrhary 2, 9, 16, 23, March 2, 9, 16, 23, 30; Time: 7 to 9 p.m.; Location:. Middle School Gym; Registration: "Began September 13 (closes when full); Cost: $28 for 30 from 6 to 8 p.m. Before you head out for a ghostly • Norwalk residents, $32 for non-residents; Maximum fun time in your neighborhood', be sure to stop by the number of participants: 40. Public Safety Building..From 6 to 8 p.m. you can pick up your trick-or-treat bag and play .some Halloween games to. win prizes and treats.. You •can even get your picture taken by the fire truck. This event is for children • in preschool to fifth grade: • • UPCOMING REGISTRATIONS • Adult Pick-up Basketball Games," until full; • Bab,sitting CliniC, through October 29; Craft Club, through October 29; Mad Science, through October 31; Early Out Wednesdays, November 1 through Novem- ber 12; Fitness: Stepbench,. Circuit, Early Bird, Yoga, November 1 through November t'2; Community CPR, Nov6mber 15 through November 26; Little Hoopers (3/ 4 th basketball), November 22 through December 3; • Dream Team: (1st/2. no basketball), November 22 through December 3, • MEN'S FLAG FOOTBALL STANDINGS ' " Wk6 Mean Machine Off in the Shower Real Men of Genius 19elinquentz • Rookies • Prestige Worldwide FUBAR Okoboji Burners' 5-1 5-1 4-2 3-3 :.3-3 2-4 2-4 0-6 COED VOLLEYBALL STANDINGS bLozthcague Week6 Just Do It 32 Old Farts 28 All Out 28 Out of Retirement 26 Court Jesters ' 24 1-2-3 Team 23 Big Hitters : 31 Dinks are on Us 29 Safe Sets 26 Net Assets 26 Still Standing 21 My Bad 20 WOMENS' VOLLEYBALL STANDINGS Chicks with Hits 12 Can You Dig It? 9 EARLY OUT WEDNESDAYS• Back by popula r demand! Again this year we will offer afternoon early out field trips to various attrac-- tions in and around the metro area. The trips are held on'the 3 rd WednesdaY of the month (Oct.-Feb). These "early out" trips are for kids in 3 rd, 4 th and 5 'h grade. OUr staff will have an activity for the kids from •12-1:15 and • then we will board the bus.  Snacks are not included this year in the price of the activity; if•y0ur • child needs a snack, additional money.needstobe sent" • with them. Time: Leave 1:15 p.m. and return by &30 • p.m.; Location: Leave from Lakewood'Elementary School (parents, pick student up from School no later than 4:30 p.m.); Fee:-Varies by trip (see below); Regis- tration: Varies by •trip (see below); Min/Max: 20/45. ¢BAELCLI This program is for children in first •through fifth grades..The children meet once a•month after school to make a specia! arts and crafts project• Oviatt: Novem- ber 5; Lakewood: Nvember 19; Registration: Through October 29; Time: •3:15-4:15 p-m.; Location: Art Room • a t respective building Cost per class: $10 for Norwalk residents and $il.50 for non-residents; Min/Max: 6/20. BABYSITTING. CLINIC This program is designed for students currently in fifth through seventh grades. Babysitting is an impor- tant job. Come learn about safety, first aid, and youth development stages. You will receive a workbook, hear guest presenters and practice what it takes to be a com- petent babysitter• Upon completion of all activities you will receive a Babysitting Basics Certificate• Registra- tion Dates: Through October 29; Program Dates: Thurs- day and Friday, November 11 and 12; Time: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.; Location: Norwalk Easter Public Library; Instruc- ton Ashley Blake-Warren County Extension Office; Cost: $25 for Norwalk residents and $28•75 for non-residents. MAD SCIENCE OF IOWA PROGRAMMING FOR NORWALK 20!0-2011 SCHOOL YEAR FIRST SEMESTER 2010-2011 • Kindergarten at Oviatt-First Semester 2010-2011: This semester Mad Science of Iowa is offering our NEW "No Trace-Cool Case" Enrichment Program for your children right after" school. Session topics for this Fo- rensic Science program are: Agent Undercover; Crafty Observations; Crime Lab; Discovery Detection; Science of Security; and, Whodunit? It is a super fun way for your child to spark imaginative learning outside the tra- ditional school day. Mad Science is hands-on, inquiry- fifty $1ra TdF IM#t( R00IIMI', #OIt. S" • Two categories: Fruit & Cream • Celebrity community judges- • Pies must be dropped off at the Home Loan building (next to the bank) from 7am-8 am • Pie served in the lobby from 9 am • Prizes awarded! CITY STATE BANK Page Three t based, interactive and entertaining. We Use trained, dy- namic instructor-presenters with professional equip- ment and materials to deliver age-appropriate, enjoy- able and enriching science activities. The children have so much fun they almost do not realize they are gaining a clear understanding of what science is and how it af- fects the world around them! We communicate real world practical uses of the science principles. Each of the six sessions includes one of our popular Make-&- Takes so enjoyed by the children and appreciated by the parents. Register on-line at www.madscience.org/ centraliowa by Sunday, Oct. 31 for'just $67 (after October Concluded p.11 POLICE ' REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. i °• October 15 While on patrol, officer initiated a traffic stop and Laura Ashley Zubal, 28, Des Moines, was rrested and charged with OWI and Improper Use" of Lane. Officer was dispatched to the 300block of Georgetown Place to in- vestigatea Property Dam- age Accideht. Vehicle driven by Trinity Sebastian Hughes, 21, Norwalk, struck a parked vehicle Owned by Benjamn Michael Schuh, 27, Norwalk, then struck a residence owned by Craig Alan Patterson, 62, Norwalk. Hughes' was ar- rested and charged with OWI, Striking Unattended Vehicle, Open Container and Fail To Prove Security. Officer was dispatched to the 2200 block of Avery Avenue to investigate a Theft report. After further investigatio n , Arnold Frank Forget was charged with the Theft. October 20 Officer was dispatched to the 1900 block of Cedar Street to investigate an AssaUlt report; case is cur- rently, under investigation. While on patrol, officer initiated a Traffic Stop and Brandon Allen Mitchell, 22, Des Moines, was ar- rested and charged with Driving While Barred. Officer was dispatched to the 1200 block of North Avenue to investigate a Criminal Mischief report; case is pending further in- vestigative leads. While on patrol, officer initiated a Traffic Stop and Troy Alan Daniels, 35, Norwalk, was charged with Driving While Re- voked and Fail To Prove Security. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 ELECT DEAN YORDI WARREN COUNTY SUPERVISOR District I VISION for Warren County A great place to live Improve roads Ensure adequate law enforcement Ensure HASMAT and emergency Management training A great Dlace to orow Improve Govern-ment efficiency • Affordable homes in all classes More bike trail connectivity A great Dlace to work Invest in future commercial opportunities Generate business-fdendly environment Paid by Yordi for supervisor committee ..,qll .