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Norwalk, Iowa
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Thursday, November 1, 2007 N/Warren Town and County News Page Eleven By Cassie Burden Brittany Crews, a se- nior at Norwalk High School is currently em- ployed at City State Bank in Norwalk. Her position there is a teller. She ob- tained this job through the high school's MOC program. When asked why she joined MOC, she replied with, "To gain more work experience and also to gain job skills that will help me to prepare for college." After graduation, Crews plans to attend Iowa State University and at this time is unsure of a major. Currently Crews is involved with the school's newspaper. Being a senior can get pretty stressful: in her spare time, outside of Brittany Crews work and school, Crews enjoys hanging out with her friends, disc golfing, fishing, exploring woods and forest areas, shopping and going to concerts. Best of luck to Crews in her fu- ture! 2007 Excellence in Education Award Several Norwalk Middle School staff mem- bers were nominated by their students for the 2007 Excellence in Education Award. The program is sponsored by the Iowa State Education Associa- tion (ISEA), Iowa Farm Bureau, WHO Radio and KDSM Fox 17. All of the nominees were invited to attend the awards ban- quet in October and they received a certificate of recognition. The following Norwalk Middle School staff mem- bers were recognized: Christie Beving, Stephanie Tuinstra, Katie Weldon, Lynda Downs, Brian Downs, Becky Koch, Darlene Leib, Stephanie Sandquist, Brandon Schmitz, BJ Garrison, Jan Smith, Melissa Stoulil, Emily Jennings, Amy Crick and student teacher, Kyle Seidl. Friday, Oct. 19, the Norwalk Warriors took on the Knoxville Panthers for a class 3A District 7 football contest. The Pan- thers scored 10 points in the first half. The opening drive of the ffifrd quarter ended when- N LK .WARRIOR Brock Struecker hit Adam Seibert for a 15-yard pass. Norwalk put eight more points on the board inthe 4th quarter when Struecker ran 38 yards for a score and then hit Jake Petersen for the two=point. conversion. The final score - was Norwalk 14, Knox- vii le 24. Struecker had 25 rushes for 73 yards and one touchdown. Seibert had five rushes for 33 yards. Struecker was nine of 20 for 131 yards and one touchdown and one two- SCHOOL AND SPORTS PAGES SPONSORED BY: *COMMUNITY STATE BANK 285-4900 *FOUR SEASONS AUTO WASH 981-4454 *DR. DONNA GRANT FAMILY DENTISTRY 256-9000 *HASKIN CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC 981-0556 *JJ DESIGNS custom embroidery/screen print 953-6306 *EDWARD JONES INVESTMENTS Kevin Pearson - 285-1838 *LEGACY ASSET MANAGEMENT 961-2808 *NORWALK INSURANCE SERVICES 981-0434 or 981-4293 *NORWALK LIONS CLUB 981-0432 *OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES 981-0224 *SCOTT'S FOODS 981-0606 *N/WARREN TOWN & COUNTY NEWS 981-0406 I Cassie Burden with Lynn Defino. Photo submitted. By Brittany Crews Cassie Burden is an MOC student who works at Principal Financial Group as a Law Clerk. She chose to enroll in MOC in order to explore options for future careers and gain work experience. After high school, Bur- den plans on attending Morningside College in Sioux City to major in photography and mass communication. Besides MOC, Burden is involved with the Bowling Club at school. In her free time, she likes to hang out with her friends, be outside, take pictures, use Adobe Photoshop and go bowl- ing. point conversion. Matt Dermody had three catches for 40 yards. Seibert had two catches for 39 yards and one touchdown. Petersen had ,three catches for 30 yards and one two-point con- version. Justin Gutknecht had one catch for 22 yards. Brenden Appel had one kickoff return for 30 yards. Justin Gutknecht aver- aged 15.7 yards on his three kickoff returns. Seibert had a 35.7-yard average for his three punts. Zane Henely aver- aged 26.7 yards for his three kickoffs. Josh Cunningham and Jake Murillo had one fumble Reverse Trick or Treat les, Gutknecht and Murillo had four tackles each. Cunningham and Struecker had three tack- les each. Nathan Bergman had two tackles each, Tony Brobston, Chase Tuesday, Nov. 6, there will be a group of students going door-to-door with reverse trick-or-treating. Reverse trick.-or,treat- ing means that the stu- dents will be trick-or- treating for non-perish- able food items instead of candy. The food items will be donated to the Norwalk Food Pantry to help fami- lies in Norwalk. The stu- dents will be leaving the high school at 6:30 p.m. and will cover as much of the town as possible with the number of students who participate. If you wish to donate, but will not be home please place your donation outside your front door and call the high school at 981- 1833 with your address for students to pick the items up. Students who wish to participate in reverse trick-or-treating need to meet at the high school at 6:15 p.m. You may come in costume, but please dress warmly. The group will return to the high school around 8 p.m. Scott's Foods has gener- ously donated hot "choco- late for everyone partici- pating. Please sign up in the guidance office so we know a headcount of par- ticipants. Any questions please see Sarah Phillips Breeser, Clayton Garrison, or Emily Papp. James Warren and Appel -:"-:::~4~::~%-:-=' - "=::":;;. all finished with one tackle apiece. Norwalk's last game was Friday, Oct. 26. This game was the last game of the regular season along with the last home game of the season and marked senior night. This year's seniors who were honored are: Josh Cunningham, Brock Struecker, Travis Ward, 1"he word "millennium" comes from combining the Latin words for "one thou- sand" and "year." recovery each. Jason Bauman, Justin Seibert had 14 tackles. Gutknecht, Zach Brown, I I Sean Miller and Derek Sean Miller, Clayton Gar- ] ] Bixler had 11 tackles each, rison, BryceDivelbiss, Ben [Deadline for ads, J Zach Brown had 10 tack-Schwechel, Alex Brunner.legals and stories les, Jake Arey had six tack- Senior night will start is Noon Friday! les, Petersen had five tack- around 7 p.m. Call 911 for emergencies! SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order - for a one year subscription to PO Box, 325, Norwalk, IA 50211. Photo Printing is a full commercial printer located in Carlisle, Iowa. 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