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;: Page Twelve N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, November 3, 2011 U Av@ilable 24/7. www.lowa N ewspaperConnection;com ) I BUSINESS Regional Business After Hours Event Jim Lane, Jan Sparks and Newton Standridge. On October 20, the Norwalk Area Chamber of Commerce, along with The Wright Place, hosted the Greater Des Moines Partnership's Regional Business After Hours event. Over 80 people from around the metro attended the event. Casey's and Pizza Hut donated the Pizzas! Countryside Golf Course, Norwalk Family Den- tistry, Standridge Group, City State Bank, City of Norwalk, Fareway, Scott's Foods and Four Seasons Auto Wash donated door prizes. Carl Loffredo took photos at the event. The Chamber Marketing Committee, Jan Sparks, Jon Niemeyer, John Marmon and John Schmidt, organized the event. New Manager at 50211 Salon & Spa Morgan Maguire has been named the new salon manager at 50211. She has worked as a stylist at the Norwalk business since it was opened last year. In addition to her manage- ment duties, Maguire will continue to offer master cuts and color. She has been an instrumental part of the growth and success of 50211 Salon and Spa, according to the owners. m I (NAPS)--Sweet, succulent mangos provide more than 20 essential vitamins and minerals, are an excellent source of vitamins A and C and are rich in fiber--all for just 100 calories per serving. Deadline for ads, legals and stories is Noon Friday! REVIEW Keeping Kids Warm For the fourth consecu- tive year Norwalk Chiro- practic, 1228 Sunset Dr., has worked with Oviatt El- ementary School to keep the kids warm through the harsh Iowa winters. This year Norwalk Chiroprac- tic worked with its pa- tients to collect snow boots and snow coats for the children. Carrie Graber, School Social Worker, stated she is sure these items will be put to good use. As a testament to the economic climate, Graber had equests as early as September for coats and boots. Norwalk Chiro- practic donated over $1,100 in services to collect 17 pairs of boots and 24 snow coats. Dr. Jesse Stumbaugh said he enjoys giving back to the commu- nity that has been so sup- portive of the clinic over the last five years. During the month of November, Norwalk Chi- ropractic is collecting non- perishable food items for the Norwalk Food Bank at ] Dr. Jesse Stumbaugh Church (515-981-9145). For the whole month of November, any new pa- tients may donate a mini- mum of 10 non-perishable food items in exchange for an exam and x-ray (if nec- essary). New Life Lutheran Dr. Lori Miller and Nicole Bailey-Smith. Vi E 1966 Jon Niemeyer and Jan Sparks. Photos submitted. WE'RE A (liAr) AUTO CARE CENTER. Did You Know? (NAPS)--PawSafe House- hold Cleaners are formulated without harsh chemicals, using natural plant-based ingredients that are just as effective as traditional clean- ers, and don't leave unpleas- ant odors and dangerous chemical residues behind. To find out more about keeping your pets safe, visit www.Paw SafeCleaners.com. Businesses need to create a complete cost picture when considering a new location and taxes are an important part of that picture. For exam- ple, low taxes help to make Idaho attractive. For more information, contact the Idaho Department of Commerce at www.commerce.idaho.gov. You can make a difference simply by visiting the Bread Art Project at breadartpro ject.com. Create your own piece of bread art by upload- ing a favorite drawing or photo--or create a new one. For each piece of bread art created, the Grain Foods Foundation will donate $1 to Share Our Strength , up to $50,000. A documentary film on the tsunami of 2004 attempts to capture what happens after the media and public atten- tion moves on to the next big headline. The film-- "Kepulihan: Stories fom the Tsunami"--follows the lives of three survivors of the Indian Ocean tsunami of 2004. The OASys cooler by Speakman Company saves energy and money because it uses less than 600 watts of electricity--up to 80 percent less than onditioning. For more information, visit www. oasysairconditioner.com, call (800) 974-1078 or e-mail oasys@speakmancompany. com. Experts say that one way to build a more successful career is to have faith in your- self. Have confidence and make sure your voice is heard so that you and your best ideas can get noticed--and implemented. For more career tips, visit GEICO's Career Page, http://camers.geico.com. Almost 50% of Iowans connect to their newspaper's digital presence Access to the information you need, when you need it. All from your local newspaper. Source-Newton Marketing and Research 2010 Iowa's Newspapers