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OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER FOR NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT SMALLTOWNPAPERS // 217 WEST COTA ST. SHELTON WA 98584-2263 H!"'ll'q'l'q"l'NU.d,,qdlll,,.ql.,...i.,llalI Warriors face Pella 7 p.m. Nov. 19, at UNI - DOME for 3A State Championship! Norwalk Warriors Vol. 47 No. 28 Norwalk, Iowa 50211 USPS No. 395-120 Phone 981-0406email: news@norwalknewspaper.com Thursday, November 19, 2015 ......... iiiiiiii ..... ': at the NORWALK LIBRARY .... , 1051 Noah Ave. 981-0217 Take part in our Library Card Drive for the chance to win a $25 Amazon.com gift card! Through the 25th of this month, you can enter the drawing by: Getting a new library card if you don't have one; Renewing a card that hasn't been used in the past year; Bringing in a friend or family member to get a new card or Updating out- dated contact information, including your email ad- dress. Visit the front desk for details. Monday, Nov. 23 Trending Topics, 6:30- 8 p.m. This month, learn how you can use your library card to access any of the 117 digital magazines through the library's ZINNIO sub- scription. These are free and accessible anywhere you can get internet! Register by calling or stopping by the library. Tuesday, Nov. 24 Storytime, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. This story-time is rec- ommended for 3-5 year olds, but all ages are welcome. We'll read picture books, sing songs and do rhymes; 25 minutes of storytime followed by play time. A Novel Year Book Club, 6:30 p.m. A Novel Year Book Club is a book club for adults that meets 2-3 Tues- day evenings, every other month. The evening topics follow this order: 1st Tues. - Book Discussion, 2nd Tues. - Film (based upon the book or related topic), and 3rd Tues. - Guest Speaker/Activity Related to the Book. To- night, we'll be eating out at a local restaurant with an Indian cuisine theme as part of programming for this month's book, The Hundred Foot Journey. Registration required. Wednesday, Nov. 25 Library closing at 5 p.m. for the Thanksgiving Holi- -day. Thursday, Nov. 26 Library closed for Thanksgiving. Friday, Nov. 27 Library closed for Thanksgiving. Remember, Christmas at the Library is Tuesday, Dec. 1, 4 - 7 p.m. Santa and his reindeer will be here! St. Paul Lutheran Trees, Tastes And Trimmings Members of St. Paul Lutheran Church, 615 Iowa Ave., Martensdale, will host their annual Trees, Tastes and Trimmings Saturda36 Dec. 5, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be homemade cinnamon rolls in the morn- ing and a chili and soup luncheon will be served. Home- made Christmas cookies and candy will be sold by the pound. Instead of outside vendors this year, there will be a sale of holiday decorations and ornaments along with crafts and baked goods made by church members. There will be a display of trees and free cookies and warm cider will be served. Everyone is welcome to attend the event. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 WARREN COUNTY YOUTH CAUCUS The Iowa Secretary of State's Office, in conjunction with the Iowa Democratic Party and the Republican Party of Iowa, are organizing a statewide Iowa Youth Caucus. The Warren County Caucus will be held Thurs- da} Nov. 19, at the Indianola High School, beginning at 4:30 p.m. It is being organized by Senator Julian Garrett, with assistance from members of the Warren County Republican and Democratic Parties as well as local teach- ers. The purpose of the Iowa Youth Caucus is to inform and engage students in the political process. Due to Iowa's First-in-the-Nation status, we have a unique op- portunity to play a major role in deciding the next Presi- dent of the United States. We hope that by conducting a caucus with the students, they will understand how it works and the experience will move them to get in- volved in the actual Iowa Caucus when they reach eli- gible voting age. The Iowa Youth Caucus is a purely bipartisan event. Students will participate in both a Republican and Democratic Caucus and cast votes for the presidential candidate of their choice in both parties. The results will be tallied at the site. Statewide vote totals will be re- ported that night by Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate. A more extensive curriculum is available online for anyone to use, at www.caucusl01.com. Agenda PLEASE NOTE TIME CHANGE FOR THIS MEETING City_ Council Special Business Meeting Agenda Thursday, Nov. 19, 2015, 8 a.m. City Hall - 705 North Avenue 1. Call to order. 2. Approval of agenda. 3. Approve minutes - October 29, 2015 council study session. November 5, 2015 regular business meeting. 4. Consent agenda. a) Expenditures. b) Tax abatements. c) Liquor license renewal for Warrior Run. d) Jazz in July application. e) Approval of the Home Based Iowa Pledge submittal. f) Resolution approving disposal of surplus safe. g) Resolution setting December 3rd as the date for Public Hearing regarding vacating easements on Masteller Road. h) Receive and file October Department reports and Treasurer's report. i) Receive and file Annual Urban Renewal Re- port. 5. Consideration of a resolution authorizing and ap- proving a loan agreement and providing for the issu- ance of a general obligation library improvement note. 6. Consideration of a resolution approving the West Grove Preliminary Plat. 7. Consideration of a resolution approving Rolling Green Plat 5 Final Plat. 8. Consideration of a resolution approving a contract with Confluence for the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Chapter update. 9. Consideration of a resolution approving DCI con- tract for construction management services. 10. Consideration of a resolution approving Acting Pay for positions in the Police and Fire Departments. 11. Council Inquiries and staff updates. 12. AdjoummenL Holiday Deadline Noon Wednesda3 Nov. 25, is the deadline for the Thursday, Dec. 3, issue of this newspaper. The office will be closed Thursday and Frida}5 Nov. 26 and 27, in ob- servance of Thanksgiving. The paper will be sent to the printer the first thing Monday morning, Nov. 30. All legals, ads and artides must be in the newspaper office before noon Wednes- day, Nov. 25. NHS Activities Director By A1 Lammers "DOME SWEET DOME" WARRIORS QUALIFY FOR STATE FOOTBALL PLAYOFF SEMI-FINALS Football: What a historical week for Norwalk Foot- ball!! The Warriors used a steel curtain defense and timely offensive scoring to secure two playoff wins last week and advanced to their first ever appearance in the state football playoff semifinals in the UNI Dome. The second round game saw the Warriors travel to Gilbert to take on the District 6 champion Tigers and used a 13 point 4th quarter to out distant Gilbert for the victory. Although the Warrior defense allowed 237 yards on the ground to the Tigers they kept Gilbert out of the end zone in the first half and allowed a single score in the 3rd. The Warrior offense was effective once again through the air as Quarterback Brady Brandsfield had 282 yards on 24 completions with 11 of those to senior Tyler Schamel for 119 yards. Logan Foetisch and Chris Bowles led the defense with 12 tackles apiece. The win then set up a quarterfinal matchup with conference ri- val DCG which was Norwalk's first quarterfinal appear- ance since 1992. The defense was the rock lead by se- nior Sonny Onken who turned in his best performance of the year, constantly disrupting the DCG offense and recording nine solo tackles and 10 total. The Warriors trailed at the end of the first half 7-6 and if not for sev- eral sold defensive stands could have been a wider mar- gin as the offense struggled to find a rhythm in order to move the ball, The second half however was a reversal of the first half for the offense as they put up a touch- down in the third quarter as well as another in the 4th while the defense withstood a DCG score in the fourth and a final drive with four minutes left in the game which ended with a 4th down interception by Klay Klocko to secure a Warrior 19-14 victory and a first ever trip to the dome!!!! Volleyball: The Norwalk Warrior Volleyball team advanced to their first regional final game in the his- tory of the program and faced off against a 30-5 Lewis Central team that put the Warriors on their heels as they took a 2-0 lead after the first two sets. The Warriors, however, showed a lot of resiliency as they rallied from a 20-12 deficit in the third set for a 25-23 win and looked to do the same in the 4th set to stave off elimination as they trailed 19-11, but came up a bit short losing the match with 25-22 4th set loss. The Warriors had a great year winning the Little Hawkeye Conference champi- onship with a perfect 6-0 record and 25-11 overall record. Free Thanksgiving Dinner at Norwalk Methodist Church Members of Norwalk United Methodist Church will "Give Thanks" by hosting their Annual Free Thanks- giving Dinner, Thursda Nov. 26, from 11 a.m. to I p.m. at the church, 1801 Sunset Dr. Those in the community are cordially invited to at- tend the event and enjoy the meal and fellowship. .,l~lll[~.