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Norwalk Warriors Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District Page Ten N N/Warren Town and County News i i . }!v: Norwalk's 16 competitive cheerleaders sit atop the welcome wall outside of St. Francis High School where they competed and won 1" place this past Saturday. Captains Lisa McGonegle and Jasie Loveless carry back their 1*t place trophy to their team. They also won the award for best jumps out of 13 squads! Senior Lisa McGonegle flies high at the October 27m NCA event. Photos submitted. Saturday, Oct 27, the Norwalk varsity cheer- leaders journeyed to St. Loriis, MOto Compete in their first national compe- tition Last year, they com- peted at the state level and placed 10m in the state. Last Saturday, however, they have shown their hard work and training over the past year has paid off. Norwalk competed against 13 teams and placed 1 at this National Cheerleaders Association event. The 16 Norwalk com- petition cheerleaders are led by Coach Melissa Priest. "We wanted to find a competition to attend this year that would be a prequel to our state com- petition. This competition in St. Louis was a good choice. Now, we have our nerves out of the way and have great confidence go- ing into our state compe- tition this coming Satur- day," said Priest. This Saturday, Nov. 3, Norwalk will compete at the state level at Veteran's auditorium at 3:30 p.m. against 12 other 3A schools. 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 & ugust Thursday, November 1, 2007 NHS Cross Country News Kit Anderson ran his best time of the year at the state meet finishing with a 17:09 over the 5,000- meter course. Anderson finished 44fh out of 124 runners. He was the first Norwalk boy runner to perform in the state meet since 1993. Anderson passe d about 25 runners over the final two miles. He also outran many run- ners who had beaten him in the regular season. Warrior Caf6 BeginsFall Service The first ever fall edi- tion of the Warrior Caf6 is set and ready to open Tuesday, Nov. 6. This year's staff of 24 students and nine Independent Study student managers is very excited (nervous) about the opening. The Warrior Caf6 is open to the general public as well as the staff. Last year the caf6 served over 950-meals during its short eight- week run. The seating times this year will be very different from the past Caf6 years. In the past, we have only had room for those guests with confirmed reserva- tions. This year we are moving into a new space with double the seating capacity of the old Caf6. This year for the first time, walk-ins will be wel- comed. The car6 would like to continue taking reser- vations for those guests who would like to guar- antee a seat in the car6. For our guests who prefer res- ervations the caf6 will ac- cept reservations for seat- ing times of 11:30 and 12:15. The walk-in seating times will begin at 11;.30for the public and continue until I2:I5. The public needs to be seated in the caf6 by 12:15 to ensure prompt service. The average ser- vice time for lunch will be approximatelY 30 min- utes. The students working in the Warrior Car6 have brought back some of the most popular dishes from the first seven years of the Caf6 creating an All-Star menu. In addition to the "Old" favorites on the menu our guests will no- tice several changes to the menu. The first course sec- tion has been expanded to include soup, salad and an appetizer of the week. The entr6e section now con- tains our famous Lasagna Classico and a traditional take on a Chef Salad. These menu selections will be teamed up with two weekly specials. The dessert menu has been expanded to allow for a greater variety as well. The staff of the car6 has brought back four of our most popular desserts from the past. The meal price this year will be $4.75. Each meal will in- clude a choice of beverage, salad/soup, or appetizer of the week, entr6e with ap- propriate side dishes and a dessert. Reservations can be made by calling Andv Mogle at Norwalk Higi School. 981-4201 ext. 3115 and by e-mail at amogle@ norwalk.kl2.ia.us. The desserts available for the fall run of the caf6 are: Crbme Brulee, Fruit Trifle, Bread Pudding with Rum Sauce and Double Chocolate Mocha Trifle. Take-out orders are available. Lasagna and Chef Salad will be available everyday Week 1: Tue. 11106, (ONLY) Fettuccine Alfredo, Home-style Meatloaf. Week 2." Tue. 11/13, Fri. 11/16 Cajun Chicken Pasta, Jambalaya. No Caf6 Thanksgiving Week Week 3: Tue. 11/27, Fri. 11/30 Shrimp Scampi, Beef Enchilada with hand- made tortillas. Week 4: Tue. 12/4, Fri. 12/07 Chicken Marsala, Crab Stuffed Talapia. Week 5: Tue. 12/11, Fri. 12/14 Borsin Stuffed Chicken in Puff Pastry, Pasta Primavera. Week 6: Tue. 12/18, Thur. 12/20 Marinated Charbroiled Mahimahi, Chicken Fried Steak. No Car6 During Holiday Break Week 7: Fri. 1/04 (ONLY) Baked Ziti, Bacon Wrapped Porkloin. Week 8: Tue. 1/08, Fri. 1/11 Baked Ziti, Bacon Wrapped Porkloin. Week 9: Finals Week Tue. 1/15 (ONLY) Stuffed Peppers, Chicken Cordon Blue SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box, 325, Norwalk, IA 50211. *Complete Auto Rust Proofing *Paint and Interior Protection *Detailing *Remote Starts *Window Tint 10500 Hickman Rd Des Moines Norwalk Resident Dan Sharpr Owner