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i L, iV,.'i i>t -- , Page Ten N/Warren Town and County News L.. ,) IIE i].'. : ,  ;,],,( ) m L,;,:,ssC.'. Thursday, October 28, 2010 LEISURE DAY AT ANNETT NATURE CENTER Friday, Sept. 24, sixth grade middle school students went to Annett Nature Center for the annual Leisure Day interdisciplinary experience. The students had six different opportunities to explore creative ways to use their 1.eisure time. These activities included canoeing, fishing, nature walk, .crafts, art and orienteering. There was also an optional activity of horseback riding for those students that wished to go. During lunch time, former student James Biehn entertained the students with live music at a picnic-style lunch. Here are some of the reflections from the students: My favorite thing was canoeing because it was fun and challenging. I was partnered with Jocelyn Perry. We listened to all the directions and tried not to tip it be- cause that would be a disaster! I heard there were water snakes in that pond too! I have only been canoeing a few times so I don't get to do it a lot. i love canoeing because I have to work hard and you get a 10t of experi- ence. Jocelyn and I stayed close to land so we didn't drift away. There was a bit of a breeze! -Sara Bennett The canoeing was very fun. It made me feel free. It meant so much to me because it was a very fun field trip and I've never canoed before. I liked the boat rock- ing and the water swirling. I really felt like tipping it but then I wouldn't be able to do the rest of the trip. That was the best experience of outdoors I've done in a long time. -Michael Legan My favorite activity at Leisure Day was...I really like the horseback riding, because you got to ride a really nice horse named Greeny. Also I got to lead all of the other horses. I had A LOT of FUN! Finally I ha d a lot of fun at Leisure Day. We got to do a lot of activities. . ,.. . -Megan Schultze -] IC : +:, " ll-il- My'favorite activity from Leisure day on September 24, 2010 was canoeing. I really enjoyed canoeing. That is the first time I have been canoeing. I am going to teach my family how to canoe. I actually love canoeing. That might become my new hobby. I think m.y family will love canoeing. That was my favorite activity from Lei- sure Day. "" ...................... -Learma Brockett " I am going to choose the canoeing. It was very fun. I like when we .had to paddle out and then try to maneu- ver our way around the shore. It was also fun when we had to turn around and head back to shore. -Dylan Lane I like when we we. nt on a hike then we had to use our 5 senses. I like how We had to find our way back! It was fun I would like to do it again. -Hannah Andre I liked canoeing because it took team work. You also had to get out of bad situations. You had to have some strength to paddle. It was hard to just keep paddling and not stopping. -Kyle McGuire I loved canoeing at Annett Nature Center. The feel- ing of being out on the water is like jumping on a tram- poline, it's like nothing else matters in life. Nothing, you leave all your problems on the shore, and just float. You stop trying to fight the current in life and just float. In life, choosing the right path is key, but on the water, it seems no matter how many wrong turns you made there -is always a detour there somewhere. -Noah Krichau On the craft time during Leisure Day, I chose to make the bracelet/necklace. I liked doing it because I love to create stuff. I also liked the process. My sister used to make bracelets/necklaces like that a lot when I was younger and I always wanted to learn. Now I can make her bracelets!! -Mya McAlpin When I was fishing I had some troubles putting on the hook and the worm. Once I had help getting it on, I was off to fish. My first time I reeled it in, I felt some- thing bite. So I reeled it in and there was a fish on the end! Mr. Heltman told me to go over where he was to show him how big it was. He told me nice job, then I got my pictures taken by Ms. Jass. Then, the school put my picture on the Leisure Day video. -Spencer Hutchinson Photos submitted. CONFERENCE MEET Concluded from p.8 The Lady Warriors finished in sixth place as a team. Sophomore Sarah Adams was the top finisher for the ladies, placing 12 th and receiving All-Conference Hon- ors. Adams time was 17:29. Also placing well for the varsity girls team were junior Alexa Berkenpas placing 22 d in 18:09, sophomore Cassidy Gornick placing 28 th in 18:27, sophomore Halt VanVelzen placing 31 t in 18:47, junior Olivia Bratt placing 37 th in 19:06 and freshman Brooke Westphalen placing 43 d in 19:35. "We have a young team and are seeing a lot of poten- tial with our freshman. Sauer, Crum and Westphalen have been very nice surprises this season We also have freshmen and sophomores on the JV team that are show- ing they will be able to step it up to the varsity level next season." said Assistant Varsity Coach Kevin Boles. The junior varsity teams were led by freshman Sa- lem Hildebrandt placing 20 th in 19:28 and freshman Clarissa Lewis placing 10 th in 19:44. The boys JV team finished fourth and the girls JV team finished third. Winning both the boys and girls junior varsity division was Pella. More Results Madison Coons 13h-20:02; Katie Luzier 14th-20:03; Lauren Houk 28th-21:23; Jessica Newman 31t-22:07; Devan Loffredo 32d-22:09; Rachel Lundberg 36th-23:51; Elizabeth Purdum 39-24:25; Dani Musselman 4P-25:46. Marcus Johnson 23rd20:02; Michael Bockholt 24 - 20:16; Brad Chase 25th-20:59; Jake Kau127-21!51; Bran- don Britt 28h-21:52; Kyle Warren 29t"-22:08; Jamie Stoffel 30th-22:09; Nolan Murphy 40th-23:19; Colin Shaul 46 th- 23:55; Jake Simpson 47-24:00; Luke Kordick 48-24:05; Nick Eginoire 49th-24:05. Qualified, Effective, a Proven LEADER Kevin is Qualified and Experieneedr Chair. Board of Supervisors ! Vice Chair. Central Iowa Regional Transporkation Planning Alliance [] Meraber. Warre, County Economic Development Corporation [] Warren County Representative. Iowa Department of Human Services AdvisoD. Board [] Member. Warren County.Emergency Managemen and 911 Board [] Experienced in Business. Govemmem Services and Agrieultiire Kevin is Committed to: Open and Responsible Government Balanced Budget Ii5 FicaI Accountability 1I Fair Property Taxes Urban arid Rural Concerns II mofing Economic Developriien Vete and ior Services ....