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Norwalk Warriors Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District Page Eight N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, November 18, 2010 Middle School sixth and seventh graders formed the Awareness Week. Photos submitted. RIBBON pink ribbon in honor of Cancer WEEK The Norwalk High School cheerleaders participated in the Race for the Cure. The girls volunteered.to cheer at the end of the race. The girls are coached by Sheena Smitley and Heather Fitzpatrick. This year the middle school's Red Ribbon Week's theme was "Don't Be a Zero. Be a Hero." Students dressed as a hero one day and created a wall of comic heroes. Norwalk Middle School cheerleaders volunteered to cheer at the Race for the Cure in Des Moines. They joined the high school cheerleaders for the first time. Coach Lynda Downs, Sheena Smitley and Heather Fitzpatrick are extremely proud of their positive leadership and support for the cancer run. He who has made the acquisition of a judicious and said to have doubled his mental resources. sympathizing friend, may be -Robert Hall Norwalk Middle School SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) dressed in camouflage during Red Ribbon Week. The day's theme was "Don't Blend In. Stand Out." Photos submitted.