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Thursday, November 14, 2013 N/Warren Town and County News Page Nine Norwalk Music Boosters Minutes www.norwalkmusicboosters.com November Meeting held - Thursda October 31, 2013 High school band room, 7 p,n Teacher Reports: Elementary: *5th grade band concert will be held November 14. *4th grade vocal concert will be held November 19. Middle School: *Mr. Heltman pr'aised 8th graders on their marching season. There are 50 more kids in the 6th- 8th grade band program than last year. *Jazz night is on Decem- ber 2 with the high school jazz band. *6th grade winter band concert is December 10. *Mrs. Nielsen reported on the 8th grade choral fes- tival that was held in Nor- walk on October 21. *Show choir has a cho- reography workshop on November 16. *Four students made the state OPUS honor choir, which will perform at ISU on November 21. High School: *Mr. Huen reported nate. The All-Staters will perform at ISU on Novem- ber 23. *Congratulations as well to the vocal All-State auditionees. Mrs. Ward reported this is the first year that an entire group was selected and four sing- ers were recalled. Recalled were: Jordan Patterson, 'Nick Baker, Mariah Cook and Fabiola Sanchez. Se- lected for the All-State choir were: Nick Baker, Jordan Patterson and Jen- nie Kern. The All-Staters will perform at ISU on November 23. *Mrs. Ward reported the Simon Estes event was very successful. The visit- ing schools were very ap- preciative of the treat that was provided by the Boosters for their trip home after the concert. *The Gold and Jazz Choirs are preparing for All-Confe'rence on No- vember 19 at Grinnell. *The musical "WAND" will be presented Novem- ber 8 and 9. Some of the principal actors had a that 10 students tried out workshop with a profes- for All-State. Congratula- tions to Rachel Lundberg, Aleyna Moeller and Ellen Wines - all clarinet play- ers - for being selected. Chris Higgins, tenor sax, was selected as a 1st alter- sional magician and are doing assemblies at the two elementary schools. The creators of "WAND" will be attending both per- formances. The cast is competing for a spot in the Iowa High School Musical Theater Awards Contest sponsored by Des l .oines Performing Arts. Adjudi- cators from that orgmiza- tion will be attendirg one of the evenings. *Choir students viii be singing carols at the Nor- walk Christmas Tree Lighting on Novembr 24. Fundraising Prograns: *Annual fruit sal will begin on November B and run through Decem)er 2. Delivery is scheduled for December 11. Frui sale chair Tracee Saltz sail due to a tight tumaround ne, it is mandatory that '11 or- ders are turned in onime. *Mrs. Krupke wl be hosting a Pampered2hef party on November 5 as a Music Boosters funrais- er. *Kate Baldwin snt a message to Boostersask- ing if there was inter t in salvaging bricks 'om demolition of thc-old school building to seas a fundraiser. Boosters ted no. *Volunteers are no:ted at concerts to sell Ycmk- er's books. Misc. *Stephen Patterso re- minded those waning checks from their Veils Fargo Arena accomts should request the at SCHOOL AND SPORTS PAGES SPONSORED BY: *WENDY BORST MASSAGE, LMT 240-1075 *COMMUNITY BANK -285-4900 *FOUR SEASONS AUTO WASH 981-4454 *DK DONNA GRANT FAMILY DENTISTRY 256-9000 *HASKIN CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC 981-0556 *EDWARD JONES INVESTMENTS Kevin Pearson - 285-1838 *JOHN PHILLIPS INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 981-0434 or 981-4293 *NORWALK LIONS CLUB 981-0432 *OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES 981-0224 *SCOTT'S FOODS 981-0606 *NEWTON STANDRIDGE STANDRIDGE GROUP 229-5310 *N/WARREN TOWN & cOUNTY NEWS 981-0406 Norwalk.musicboosters @gmail.com. Also copy Jeny Schoenhard and Mar- cus Schultze on the re- quest. Stephen and Jeny plan to send information to music parents on how the money can be spent. *Jeny Schoenhard and Karla Hudson are splitting the lead position for man- aging Boosters schedules at Wells Fargo Arena events. Karla will eventu- ally take over after Christ- mas. *Boosters are looking at future events at NPAC for concession stand sales. *Stephen Patterson sug- gested having a reusable menu board made for the concession stand. Lori Nielsen said the AEA can make one for us. Mark Your Calendars: Music Boosters 2013-2014 Meeting Dates December 5, January 7, February 11, April 3, May I Treasurers Report- Avail- able on request Next Meeting If you have a child in K- 12 Norwalk music, you are already a Booster. Please join us at our next meeting Thursday, December 5, in the high school band room. Respectfully submitted, Jodi Henke, 2013/2014 Sec- retary Minutes September 25, 2013 Tim Stephany called the meeting to order at 7:04 p.m. There were eight peo- ple present at the meeting. Secretary's Report- Minutes from the regular meeting in August were reviewed. Motion to ac- cept the minutes was made by Troy Downs and seconded by A1 Lammers. Motion carried. Treasurer's Report- Troy Downs reported that he is still collecting hole sponsorships from the golf outing, so not quite sure what the total revenue from the outing is yet. Financials were ap- proved and are current. Motion to accept the fi- nandals was made by A1 Lammers and seconded by Matt Leek. Motion carried. Concession Report- Mary Knickerbocker re- ported that concessions are going well. Parents are showing up to work their shift. Mary reported that she would be ordering piz- zas for the Youth Football League games. Coaches Wish List Girls Golf- Coach Gavin requested $1,124 for golf bags, balls and towels. Motion was made by Scot Meuler to approve fund- ing, seconded by Tim Daniels. Motion carried. Girls Basketball - Coach Wermerskirchen requested $674.84 for coach's apparel for middle school and high school. Motion was made by Lori Vaske to approve funding, Norwalk Athletic Booster Club seconded by - Stacy Rosonke. Motion carried. Girls Track - Coach Campbell requested $1,000 for a long jump pit. Motion was made by Matt Leek to approve funding, seconded by Troy DOwns. Motion carried. Football- Coach Patter son requested $680.45 for middle school football supplies and $48.50 for mouth guards. Motion was made by Scot Meuler to approve funding, sec- onded by Tim Daniels. Motion carried. Coach Patterson re- quested $402 for middle school jerseys. Motion was made by Matt Leek to ap: prove funding, seconded by A1 Lammers. Motion carried. Boys Golf- Coach Wer- merskirchen requested $1,142 for team shirts and golf bags. Motion was made by A1 Lammers to approve funding, second- ed by Tim Daniels. Motion carried. Cheerleading - Coach Moede requested $2,850 for cheefleading uniforms. Motion was made by Lori Vaske to approve funding, seconded by Matt Leek. Motion carried. Drill Team - Coach Ri- chardson requested $265 for warm-up pants and $676.20 for new uniforms. Motion was made by Mary Knickerbocker to approve funding, seconded by Tim Daniels. Motion carried. Boys and Girls Tennis - Coaches Enderlin and Gei- sler requested $1,534.50 ($767.25 from each ac- count) for a tennis court sign. Motion was made by A1 Lammers to approve funding, seconded by Tim Daniels. Motion carried. Football- Coach Patter- son requested $153.04 for four otter boxes for iPad minis. Motion was made by A1 Lammers to approve funding, seconded by Matt Leek. Motion carried. Membership Report- Lori Vaske reported that we are down $6,000 in memberships from where we were last year at this time. Tim Stephany sent another email to those people who gave to the Boosters last year, but who haven't yet given this year. We are hoping this will in- crease revenue. Athletic Director's Re- port Middle School: Darin Schreck was not in atten- dance at tonight's meeting to report on the middle school activities. High School: A1 Lam- mers reported that we are halfway through the fall season. Football is going well with a good Home- coming crowd. A1 further reported that the stadium has now been wired for projectors which will be good for film breakdowns. Public Relations-No public relations report giv- en. Nancy LaVelle absent from tonight's meeting. Old Business-Troy Continued p. 10 OUR HOLIDAY HOURS Closed Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28. Open Friday, Nov. 29, regular hours. I Enjoy the holiday! Lori Miller, DO William Chase, MD Patricia Newland, MD Andrea Silvers, MD Jason Brehmer, DO and staff 515-2 5-3200 801 Colonial Circle Our clinic participates with most major insurance carriers. 80nit o'mt Climc