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Thursday, November 1, 2007 N/Warren Town and County News Page Five I CHURCH and SOCIAL CrossFit Iowa Member, Connie Hildebrandt, Places 1st Child Care For Christmas Norwalk Natives include: Patty Starmer, Missy Ballard, Ryan Levang, Angie Starmer and Connie Hildebrandt. Photo submitted. Saturday, Sept. 29 over 200 CrossFit training gyms nationwide partici- pated in the 2"~ annual "Fight Gone Bad lI" Fundraiser in efforts to raise money for Prostate Cancer. CrossFit affiliates including CrossFit IOWA in Urbandale, joined with Athletes for A Cure for this event. Participants came for a free workout titled "Fight Gone Bad" and competed. Competitors were di- "~'~/~ded into f6ur classes, depending on fitness level. Prizes were given for each class. Winner of Class B (advanced women/stan- dard men) was Connie Hildebrandt, 41, Norwalk, she scored over 200 points, enough to put her ahead of the group. The workout for class B consisted of five rotating stations that included 22" BOx jumps, 121b. Wall Ball shots at a 12' target, C2 rowing, Sumo-Deadlift High Pulls at 55 ]bs, and Push Presses at 55 ]bs. Each participant had a proctor to count repeti- tions make in a one- minute time period and to make sure proper form and standards were held. They completed three rounds of one-minute sta- tions with only a one- minute rest in between rounds. This specific workout was designed by CrossFit for UFC fighters Ultimate Fighting) en- durance training for fight- mg in the ring. Hildebrandt is mar- ried, has two boys and is a business analyst by day and soccer morn at night. She trains with Angie Starmer, owner of CrossFit IOWA 2-3 times per week. "I love CrossFit. Its hard, challenging, and I love the people I work Out with. Its also my stress relief!" Hildebrant said. She also was extremely motivat- ing to the other competi- tors. After a full morning of rotating competitive participants, CrossFit na- tionwide was able to raise over $225,000. Hildebrandt is now preparing to represent CrossFit IOWA at the Liv- ing History Farms seven- mile run Saturday, Nov. 17. CrossFit IOWA has 12 team members that will be racing together as the YGS Squad. Deadline for ads, legals and stories is Noon Friday! LIBRARY HOURS Monday - Thursday 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday, 1 - 5 p.m. Closed Sundays June, July & August Shoppers Members of Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church. 515 Sunset Dr, will be offering a child care service for Christ- mas shoppers the day after Thanksgiving, Friday, Nov. 23. It is for children of all ages. Adults and teens will provide the child care, along with planned ac- tivities, games, movies, lunch and snacks from 6 a.m. until 4 p.m. The cost is $4 per child with a discount for families with mul- tiple children. The community ser- vice project is sponsored by the Youth Mission Group and their adult coordinators, Lee Over- turf and Sheila Wenger. To make reservations, call the church office, 515-981-9145 and leave your name and tele- phone number so that confirmation can be made concerning the needs for your family. DEVELOPMENT Buy Direct From Builder, Save Thousands! spen The Last 4 Townhomes until Spring 2008! 3 BR, 2.5 BA, Custom Tile, Upgraded Lighting, Fire Place Maple Cabinets, ALL Appliances inc. Washer/Dryer. or "ntment. Special Financing Available Don't Miss This Opportunity! Original Price: Financing & Commission Discount: New Price: $196,900 $-27,474 $170,100 JOSEPH FALBO 515-287-2647 515-971-7788 www. Fam i ly h omesdevelopm ent. com Agents Welcome Mr. and Mrs. Chad Reeves Stacey Briggs, daughter of Tim and Carmen Briggs, Norwalk, became the bride of Chad Reeves Saturday, June 2, at Berean Assembly of God' Church in Des Moines with the Rev. Dwight Lackey offi~i'- ating. Parents of the groom are Don Reeves and Tammy Reeves. The bride wore a white lace and organza gown :featuring pearls and appliqu6 lace on the cathedral- length train. A diamond and pink sapphire necklace and bracelet from the Caribbean -were her jewelry and she carried a bouquet of,he~rtk~4~t--orange roses. Kelsey Briggs, of Norwalk, was maid of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were Diana Carter,Nor- walk, future sister-in-law of the bride, Chrissy Blake, Indianola, and Velvet Cordaro, Johnston. Kyle Reeves, of Norwak, brother of the groom, was best man. Groomsmen were Jason Briggs, Nor- walk, brother of the bride, Cory Sonner, Ames, and Mason Winder, Norwalk. Ushers and candlelighters were Zach Green- halgh, Oskaloosa, cousin of-the bride, and Ryan Reeves, Des Moines, cousin of the groom. Meredith Evans, Altoona, was flower girl and Tyler Evans, A1- toona, was ring bearer. Kathy Mauk, Des Moines, was the bride's per- sonal attendant; Angela Cornell, cousin of the groom, and Emily Mauk attended the guest book; Kaitlyn Mauk was favor attendant; and Brandon Cox assisted with gifts. A reception was held at Top of the Tower Ball Room in Des Moines with the bride's uncle and aunt, Kip and Margie Greenhalgh serving as host and hostess. The bride is a 2002 graduate School and received her RN de:: Area Community College in 200/ Mary Greely IVIospital in Ames. Mr. Reeves is a 2002 graduate -walk High Oes Moines ~ployed by walk High School and a 2004 graduate of Indian Hills Commu- nity College. He is a CAD drafter with Sieman Corp. in Ames. Following a wedding trip to the Caribbean, they are now at home in Ames. Please Vote and -Elect Mayor City of Norwalk Working for Norwalk's.Future Paid for by the Candidate 1304 Skylane Dr Norwalk, IA 50211