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Thursday, October 29, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page Nine LAMMERS Concluded from p. 8 Patterson every Thursday night during the football season for the QB club at 7 p.m. in the high school li- brary. The QB Club allows all Warrior football fans the opportunity to watch game film of the previous week as well as the up- coming game on Friday. Swimming: Congratu- lations to all of the Norwalk swimmers that swim with the Lincoln Rails swim team for help- ing beat East last week 1 12 to 71 . Top three finishes by Sara Bennett, Marnie Hoefler, Jordan Hanson, and Grace Crady all helped the Rails to the vic- tory, nice work ladies! Volleyball: ' The Norwalk Warrior Volley— ball team clinched their first ever Little Hiawkeye Conference championship by claiming this past week as they defeated the Oskaloosa Indians in three straight sets 25-20, 25—13, and 25-23. Norwalk can clinch the outright On Sat- urday, the Warriors trav— eled to Winterset for the Husky Invitational and finished in 4th place de- feating Atlantic and Hampton—Dumont before losing to Winterset and Gilbert. The Warriors overall record now stands at 24-10 and are a perfect 5-0 in conference play. The Warriors will finish their conference schedule and regular season when they host Newton at home Tuesday and look for an outright conference cham- pionship with a win. Re- gional pairings have also been released and the War- riors received 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. Marching Band: The Norwalk Warrior March— ing Band had a great end of their season on Satur- day earning their 15th con- secutive Division I rating (their 3rd'as a 4A school) at the Iowa State Marching Band Festival. They fol- lowed that performance Saturday night at the Waukee Marching Invita— tional placing 5th out of 11 4A bands at the night show. The Color Guard put up the 3rd highest score and the drum-line put up the 6th highest score in the 4A caption. It was a great way for their 30 seniors to finish up their marching band careers. The Warrior Marching Band will finish up their season with their Indoor Marching Show on Thurs- day Night in the HS Gym at p.m.. Debate: After starting off the season with win- ning 9 of 10 rounds at their first week, the NHS debate team had a humbling sec— ond week, securing five wins. Seniors Collin Kilgore and Joseph Oswald have won 3 of 4 varsity debates, and jun- iors Liah Moeller and Alex Johnson remain unde- feated with two varsity and two JV wins. The Boy Scout movement was founded by Lord Baden-V Powell of England. His army experiences convinced him that British boys needed more physical training and expe- riences in outdoor life. an unique! Photos submitted. ACME: October 13 — 7:41 a.m., Dubuque Place: Chad Carter, 19, Carlisle, was southbound on Dubuque Place. He appears to have lost control on the gravel. The vehicle entered the ditch, rolled on its top and came to rest against a tree. Independent to work. it ins-n trance entity that’s right for yea. Pregamzries {See A. ... ,mwuwmwaww,vw. 5*? $931 4514 E i Let help find the vehgieie l ! iNSUfiAMCE AGO! ENC mianetjrfgianeinwrencercm 2‘s whitey. “were: <3". . tit é SHERIFF’S REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Early Out Creative Class Lucinda Sperry, Art Love Studio, was the instructor for the Parks and Rec Early Out Creative Art class Wednes- day, Oct. 14. They had a great time singing songs and playing with clay. Everyone made their fairy house so October 15 — 5:37 a.m., Bryai Cope, 43, Urbaidale, vehicle/deer. Ottober 16 — 8:36 a.m., 2400(block of Hwy 5: An— drea Daugherty, 50, Des Moines, car/deer. Otober 19 — 7:32 a.m., 150tl‘Avenue and State 92/ Iowa92: Kathryn Judge, 51, Ds Moines, was driv— ing estbound on Hwy 92 appraching intersection of 150th Avenue when Samiel Tiedemann, 17, Indiarola, took a left turn from he stop Sign at 150th and atered Judge’s lane. Ocober 21 -— 2:58 p.m., 78th Avenue: Gaige Raynond, 16, Norwalk, was taveling south in the 7000 flock of 78th Street. He states vehicle began to fish hil on gravel and he lost cmtrol of vehicle roll- ing irto the west ditch. No injuries were reported on scene. The Massachusetts Bay School Law was passed in 1642. It required that par- ents enssure their children know the principles of reli- gion and the capital laws of the commonwealth. North from Hayes Street: _ ' Activities at the NDRWALK LIBRARY ' 1051 Noah Ave. 981432717 Tuesday, Nov. Storytime, 10:30 — 11:30 a.m. This story-time is rec- ommended for 3-5 year olds, but all ages are wel- come. We’ll read picture books, sing songs and do rhymes; 25 minutes of storyfime followed by play fime. Wednesday, Nov. 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 lst Wednesdays of the month, it’s Build! Build imaginative creations with [egos and more. Thursday, Nov. 5 Rhyme Time, 10:30 — 11:30 am We’ll read shorter picture books and board books, sing songs and do action rhymes! This story- time is recommended for 18 months 2 years old, but all ages are welcome; 25 min- utes followed by playtime. No-School Art Studio, 1 4 p.m. For grades K-5, come by the library meeting room anytime this after- noon for art activities. Friday, Nov. Before Hours: Tech@10, 10 — 11 a.m. Each Friday at 10 am, staff members will be available to set up tech help appointments or help drop- in individuals. Contact the library for more informa- tion. No—School Craftemoon, 1 — 4 p.m. For grades 6—12, drop by the library meeting room to use our button- maker, fuse beads and shrinky—dinks to make per- sonalized art! A great chance to get a head Start on holiday gifts.