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Norwalk, Iowa
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Nov. 24. 1St issue of the N/Warren ern Star will host the Dinner will be served from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The Town and County.News. monthly dinner Sunday, menu will consist of turke mashed potatoes and grav All news items, ads andNov. 20, from 11 a.m. to rolls, stuffing, pie and beverage, legals will be due prior to 12:30 p.m. at the Masonic For more information, call the church office at 981- noon Wednesday, Nov. 23. Hall on Main Street. 4251. Due to" the Thanksgiv- The menu includes ham ing holiday, the newspa- balls, potatoes, salad and per office will be closed dessert. The cost is $6 per Thursday and Friday, Nov. person. 24 and Nov. 25. Regular hours will resume Mon- Lovell Wins Contest day, Nov. 28. Rich Lovell of Norwalk won the Third Annual Iowa Hall of Pride and WHO Radio Contest Friday, Nov. KC Pancake Vender's Fair Breakfast At Daily Grind This Sunday This Saturday Members of Knights of A Vender's Fair will be Columbus willhold a Pan- held at the Daily Grind cake Breakfast Sunday,Coffee Shop, 1128 Sunset Nov. 20, from8 to 11 a.m. Dr.,~from 8 to 11 a.m. Sat- at St. John the Apostle urday, Nov. 19. Catholic Church, 720 Or- Venders will include chard Mills Dr_ Silpada Designs. Afterlife. The menu includes pan-Cutzie Tootzie Bows, cakes, eggs, French toast, Thirty One Gifts and A sausage, juice, milk and West Photography and coffee for a free-will dona- DeMgns. tion. Area residents will Proceeds are used for have a chance to start community service projects. Christmas shopping early. Wine Harvest Celebration This Friday Area residents are reminded the 5th Annual Wine Harvest Celebration will be held this Friday, Nov. 18, at The Wright Place, 340 Wright Rd., in Norwalk. Doors open at 5:45 p.m. for wine sampling and bid- ding begins on Silent Auction Baskets. Baskets included feature Drake, Fareway, FunKids, Hawkeye and Science. Everyone will get ONE Raffle ticket for a chance to win a Door Prize which includes car detailing at Holmes Chevrolet, gift certificate to Bambino's, gift certificate to Villaggio, gift cardto Casey's, newspaper subscrip- tion to N/Warren Town & County News, golf at Coun- tryside Golf Course or $100 in CASH from Four Sea- sons Auto Wash! Social hour and appetizers of crustinis with goat/ mascarpone cheese, spinach and pesto dip and caramel- ized onion dip is from 6 - 6:30 p,m. The meal will be served from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Featured this year will be three salads to choose from plus a carving station with turkey or porkloin. Andy Mogle's Norwalk High School Culinary Arts Class will prepare and serve the meal. Dinner music and dessert sampling of assorted trifles, mini cupcakes and cheesecake bites is from 7:30 - 9 p.m. with bidding for auction items closing at 8:30 p.m. Sponsoring the event are Norwalk Area Chamber of 11. The 0n-air contest featured approximately 75 con-Commerce, City of Norwalk, City State Bank and testants answering 65 questions concerning various per facts about Iowa, its people ana geography. The top ten contestants then competed until there was just one winner. In addition to receiving a large trophy, Lovell received numei-ous prizes including lodging at a West Des Moines hotel and meals at a steak house. Al- though Lovell listened to the contest on the radio last year, this was his first time entering the event. Staff photos by Mary Lou Gray. McClure Engineering Company. Tickets are $25 person and you must be 21 years of age to attend. See page 11 for silent auction gift baskets. Universal Children's Day is Sunday, Nov. 20 For City Election Warren County Supervisors were scheduled to can- vass the votes Tuesda Nov. 15, for the November 8 City Election. The Warren County Auditor's office re- ports the following unofficial results of the election: On the Ballot Incumbent Eric Delker 197 Jamie Sylvester 139 - =:, Herman Riva 133 Write-In Candidates Incumbent Frank Curtis 154 Pat Wahl 118 With these results, serving on the Norwalk City Council for the next four years will be Curtis, Delker and Sylvester. ADVENT CONSPIRACY It is hard to believe we are just weeks away from Christmas. The four weeks preceding Christmas is called "Advent" which literally means, "coming." Christmas was intended to be a Christian cegebrafion remembering the "coming of Jesus Christ." For years Christmas was a time of reflecting upon God's gift to the world (Jesus). But something happened. Christmas has turned hato a commercialized achem~ ,:te~i~-~aod to get people to buy stuff rather than celebrate the birth of the world's Savior. Fellowship Community Church, Norwalk United Methodist Church and Crossroads Church are, excited ! to be part of,presenting a message series called dvent Conspiracy,' which has the goal of reclaiming the true i meaning of Christmas. i These churches will simultaneously be studying me same four themes throughout the season of advent: worship full spend less, give more and love all. Why not visit one of these ministries and be a part of redaim- ing the true meaning of Christmas. Crossroads Church www.2thecrossroads.com-Worship 9:30 a.m.; Fellow- ship Community Church www.fccnorwalk.org-Worship 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. and Norwalk United Method- ist Church www.norwalkunitedmethodist.org-Saturday Contemporary Worship 5:30 p.m. and Sunday Worship 8:15 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. Advent Conspiracy-www.adventconspiracy.org. Boys Scouts Organize Toys for Tots Collection Norwalk Boy Scout Troop 30 and Norwalk Girl Scout Troop 995 are conducting a joint service project this holiday season. Youth leadership from both organiza- tions recently met to explore service project ideas that could be completed working together. After identify- ing many project ideas, they decided to first collect toys to donate to the Toys for Tots program, sponsored by the United States Marine Corp. Girls and boys from both units are planning and organizing the event. Toys and donations for toys will be collected at the N0rwalk Public Safetv Building, ll00 chamam Ave,, Saturday, Dec. 3, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. A collection box for toys will remain at the Public Safety Building until December 9. Additional toys will be purchased with donated funds and all toys will then be delivered to the Marine Corp drop-off site in time to be distributed to deserving kids for the holiday season. The Toys for Tots program requires that all toys must be new, in original packaging and unwrapped.