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Page Four Norwalk Family Tae Kwon Do N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, November 1, 2007 Girl Scout Troop 453 Welcomes Back Iraq Soldier Front row: Zac Cretsinger and Sydney Richeson. Back row: Jon, Diana and Miaja Richeson, Sami Cretsinger and Dan Wagenknecht (Instructor, 2"a). Monday, Oct. 1, several students from Norwalk Family Tae Kwon Do tested for their next rank. The testing was held in Grinnell. Zac Cretsinger went from green belt to blue belt; Jon and Diana Richeson went from or- ange belt to green belt; Sami Cretsinger, Miaja and Sydney Richeson went from yellow belt to orange belt. Each student at this testing broke one board. Jon and Diana RiCheson received one stripe for a great test. One stripe is called "Recommend." Saturday, Oct. 6, Mr. Wagenknecht tested for Bennett Raper and Cheyenne Coyne. Photos submitted. and earned his 2nd Dan in black belt. His test was at Iowa. State University in Ames. Several students went to cheer him on. He had to break five boards. The outstanding stu- dents for September are Cheyenne Coyne and Bennett Raper. They work hard in and outside of class and they attend 70% of classes. -- j 1312 Richard George Drive Norwalk This roomy 4-Level Split features 3+ bedrooms and 3 full baths Eat-in kitchen and formal dining room Large family room with fireplace Large deck Storage building $179,900 Jon Niemeyer 490-4675 3170 190th Street Prole Newer Rancfi on private 8 acres features 3 bedrooms and 3 baths Open floor plan with wood floors Large kitchen with quality cabinets & appliances .Finished basement $274,900 Jon Niemeyer 490-4676 J 13+ Acres of Land at Highway 28 & Elk Horn Street just 2 miles south of Norwalk $135,300 1043 Sunset Drive, Suite 981-5131 Measuring our success one satisfied customer at a timel Smith Front row: Tate and Michelle Golightly with their dog Rogand, Rachel Fielweber and Rachel Johnson. Second row: Hannah Wiles, Alex Bennett, Amanda Ander- son, Lena Kitselman, Mallorie Havick and Taylor Hayes. Photo submitted. Monday, Oct. 15, Norwalk Girl Scout Troop 453 welcomed back Tate Golightly, a military pilot who had just returned to the US after serving al- most one year in Iraq. Golightly was the troop's "adopted" soldier, who served as a Blackhawk Helicopter pilot in Iraq. In February 2006, they sent him a care package to help make his time in Iraq a little more bearable. They sent snack items, batter- ies, phone cards and even some games and toys. Knowing how difficult it must have been to have a family member serving in Iraq, the Girl Scouts even sent a care package to his wife Michelle and their dog Rogand to help try to cheer them up while Golightly was gone. Tate and Michelle Golightly and Rogand at- tended a welcome home party sponsored by the troop Monday, Oct. 15, where all enjoyed pizza and pop, except Rogand, of course, who had his own special treats for the meeting. Golightly then shared a video and spoke of his experiences in Iraq with the girls, answering several questions they had. Michelle Golightly also shared her experi- ences while her husband was away. The Golightlys even brought little goodie bags filled with candy to thank the Girl Scouts for their efforts. It was a very special night, one that the girls of Troop 453 will not soon forget. Girl Scout Troop 995 to Living History Farms Gift Scout Troop 995 went to Living History Farms Saturday, Oct. 6. The gifts worked on several try-its. They ground corn as part of the Plants Try-It. They saw how women in the late 1900's dressed as part of the Her Story Try-It. They saw how people lived in different time periods as part of the Listening to the Past Try-It. The gifts tooknotes and wrote this article as part of the Write Away Try-It. The girls also learned about many jobs of the 18th Century while earning the Careers Try-It. A pizza party was held after returning home to celebrate starting another year of Girl Scouts, From left to right: Jenna Riordan, Marnie Hoefler, Elizabeth Benson, Abbie Henry, Cindi Thronson, Natalie Reese, Rachel Crady, Maggie Luzier. Photo submit- ted. Photo Printing is a full commercial printer located in Carlisle, Iowa. If you have a flyer, letterhead, envelope, brochure magazine, news!etter, book, etc that you would like to have printed, give us a call for a Free.Estimate. Photo Printing, Inc. 210 S. 1st Street i Carlisle, Iowa 50047 : i