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___ - J L Thursday, November 19, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page Seven I Norwalk Babysitting Clinic I Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Warren County held a Babysitting [ Clinic in partnership with Norwalk Parks and Recreation October 21st and 28th. Lake- Norwalk Student Education Foundation wood School hostecl the clinic. The partidpants were taught safety procedures and Updates how to handle emergencies by Officer Criswell from the Norwalk Police Department; age-appropriate toys and activities from Val Cameron, Preschool Enrichment Coordi- nator at lowa State University Exten,_& n and Outreach, as well as many other babysitting ........... skills. Explanations on the Shaken Baby Syndrome and Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) were imparted to the future babysitters. A Spring Babysitting Clinic is planned for March 14th and 15th. For additional information on the Clinic or to join 4-H call Andrea Palmer, County Youth Coordinator 515-961-6237. ! Val Cameron discusses i~i~i!i!iiiiiiiiiii!iiii!iii;ili!i!ili Dr. Brent DeRocher, Jaki Livingston, Maribeth Wright, Shannon Chase, Amysue O'Connor-Hopkey, Alicia Embrey, Sarah Buckley, Hank Norem and Nat Tagtow. Board members not pictured, Kourtney Arnold, Angie Leek and Dr. Denny Wulf. Photo submitted. The Norwalk Student Education Foundation would like to thank the community for attending, supporting and contributing to the NSEF Rockin' Education fundraiser. With your help they raised over $15,000 and are thrilled to put that money back into the hands of Norwalk teachers and students via grants and scholarships in the com- ing months. If you were unable to attend the event and would like to contribute to the foundation, please send checks to NSEE PO Box 310, Norwalk, IA 50211. Officer Criswell teaches safety procedures. Photos submitted. Here at Regency Assisted Living, we give you more than just a little assist. You get to live life while we take care of the cleaning, cooking, laundry, landscaping, transportation, and even dealing with the cable man! If you or a loved one are thinking about assisted living, it pays to discover Regency. Call Jill today and find out more about i life at Regency: 515.423.8461 Regency ~ ~ ~it~ Norwalk, IA 50211 AIB Fond Farewell Reunion AIB College of Business teachers and classmates. has announced plans for Also, much memorabilia an "Alumni Fond Farewell will be given away. Reunion and Salute to 95 Registration informa- Years" to be held from 11 tion will be posted on the a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, AIB Web site when it be- May 7, on the AIB campus, comes available. 2500 Fleur Drive. AIB was founded in A complimentary lunch 1921as the American Insti- willbe served, and guests tute of Business. For 37 will have an opportunity years, it was located in to tour the campus and downtown. Des Moines reminisce with former before moving to its cam- Holiday Baskets IMPACT Community Action Partnership,-Warren County Center, is kicking off their 3rd Annual Holiday Basket Fundraiser. A donation of $32 will providea low- income household with a complete holiday meal, ev- erything from the ham and sides to the dessert (alterna- tive meals available upon request). Baskets are pur- chased through Share Iowa and will help 100 local fami- lies. To sponsor a basket, donations may be dropped off at 210 W 2nd Ave, Suite B or mailed to PO Box 559, Indianola Ia. Call 515-961-2543 with any questions. pus on Fleur Drive in 1972. AIB announced earlier this year that it will close after the current academic year. Long-time Professor Lynn Clark will be speaker at the final AIB commencement on May 22, 2016. Through the decades, AIB's student body was comprised largely of stu- dents from small Iowa towns. Today, AIB has ap- proximately 12,000 ad- dressable alumni, and ap- proximately 79 percent of those graduates still live in Iowa. For more information about the May 2016 re- union, go to www.aib.edu/ alumni or www.facebook. com/AIBAlumni. To vol- unteer to contact fellow classmates, call Dawn Roberts at 515-246-5357 or 800-444-1921 or e-mail robertsd @aib.edu. BLACK GOLD REALTY unset Price Reduced to $90,000 Approximately 1,284 sq. ft. Lot: 90' x 142'; 12,780 sq. ft. Larry Hughes 515-681-6310 The 555-foot-tall Wash- ington Monument con- tains an estimated 36,000 granite and marble stones that weigh 90,000 tons. me to tires winter USED CARS & AUTO REP 802 Sunset Drive, Norwalk 98!.-0649 Serving the Norwalk Area since 1966.