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Thursday, November 19, 20i5 N/Warren Town and County News Page Thirteen U17 Sporting Iowa Girls State Cup Lauren Gavin (#99) of Norwalk plays on U17 Sporting Iowa soccer team. The team won the Iowa State Cup Championship Sunday, Nov. 1, against FC United of Cedar Rapids 4-0, Regionals will be held in Indiana June 2016. Photo submitted. Veterans Honored at DMA CC Event The 13 veterans who participated in the Veterans History Project held Friday, Nov. 6, on the Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) Newton Campus include: (front row, left to right) Dean Danley of Newton, Harold Cline of Marshalltown, Earl Vogellar of Newton, Donald Powers of Urbandale, Cheryl Cocking of Grinnell, Ford Thompson of Newton and Leland Lester of Newton: (back row, left to right) Dwain Van Rockel of Newton, Carl Wilson of Monroe, Richard Gunderson of Osceola, Art Winkel of Centerville, Leroy De Reus of Newton and Leo Stelpflug of Lancaster, WI. Two other veterans, Art Anderson of Lambs Grove and "Al" Joseph Kenealy of Neola, were being interviewed at their respective homes. The 15 veterans were interviewed about their wartime experiences. These interviews were transcribed by members of the Iowa Court Reporters Association and videotaped by professional videographers. Transcripts and video recordings of the inter- views will become an official record in the Library of Congress. Transcripts will also be added to the DMACC Library collection. Following the interviews, the veterans and their guests were honored during an awards luncheon held on the DMACC Newton Campus. This project was hosted by students in the court reporting program on the DMACC Newton Campus. Photo submitted. DMACC Plaque DMACC was officially created March 18, 1966 and was designed as Merged Area XI. In 1968, the Board of Directors adopted Des Moines Area Community College as the official name of the institution. (NAPS)--Nonprofit Pet- Smart Charities, the leader in pet adoptions and largest fimd- er of animal welfare efforts in North America, encourages people to consider an emer- gency preparedness plan spe- cifically for their pets. Stay connected by signing up for e- marl alerts at www.petsmart Hard Cider: Easy To Enjoy This Fall! (NAPS)--As the weather ~"~:~:2~':~ ~r~i~:~:i~v~i~ cools and the summer sea- ~~ .~ ,~ son gives way to fall, a ~':;~'~:~ ~~.: '~ favorite pastime emerges: ~~~ apple picking. Today, apples ~ ~:'~ are used for more than just a delicious apple pie and one ~ use in particular is catching the eyes of drinkers--hard cider. Hard cider is officially experiencing a renaissance Cooking sausages in hard cider gives them an appeal- here in the states, growing ing hint of apple flavor. more than 400 percent since 2010, and is the perfect complement and calm the refreshment as the cooler smoky and spicy notes you months near. This fall, as find in barbecue cuisine. harvest season peaks, there A favorite fall recipe sure is no better time to celebrate to wow any crowd is Pork one of America's oldest yet Sausage withAngry Orchard most beloved drinks. In fact, Grilled Onions and Mustard. starting this September, Cooking the sausage in the Angry Orchard launched a cider infuses the meat with new cider style, Stone Dry, apple flav~ and brings a sub- to help take your celebra- tie sweetness to make this tions---from the last barbe- dish pop. cue of the season tc your first tailgate--up a notch. Pork Sausage with Stone Dry is an American Angry Orchard Grilled interpretation of a.t~ditionsl Onions and Mustard English draft cider, reveal- 6 premade pork ing a refreshing, slightly sausages puckering, dry finish. 8 bottles Angry Another fall favorite and a Orchard Crisp Apple must-try is Angry Orchard Hard Cider Crisp Apple. With its sweet 10 garUc cloves apple flavor and refreshing 2 large yellow onions balanced taste, this cider 2 tablespoons whole style is hard to resist, grain mustard Despite the beverage's 2 tablespoons Dijon recent resurgence, many peo- mustard ple are still unaware that 2 tablespoons dry hard cider is one of our coun- mustard, rehydrated try's oldest and most beloved in 2 tablespoons beverages. Here are a few Angry Orchard quick facts as to why hard Soft hot dog or cider is America's new hoagie buns favorite beverage: Heat a grill to medium 1. The pilgrims drank high. Pour 3 bottles Angry hard cider. So did President Orchard Crisp Apple John Adams, who comes in Cider into a deep roast- third for "longest-lived U.S. ing pan and add 10 garlic president" (behind Reagan cloves and 2 large yellow and Ford), and he enjoyed onions sliced into V~-inch a tankard of hard cider rings. Bring to a low boil every morning with break- right on the grill, and fast. You can draw your own cook until the onions conclusions, soften, about 15 minutes. 2. There are more than Add the sausages and 7,500 different varieties of enough water to cover, apples in the world, so if you then bring the liquid to a had the recommended "apple simmer and poach until a day," it'd take 20 years to the sausages are cooked try them all. Cider makers through, about 15 rain- carefully choose apple vari- utes. Remove the sau- eties as each can contribute sages and onions to the very different flavor profiles, grill grate and cook just 3. Hard cider is naturally until grill marked, about gluten free, so even those 4 minutes. Mix the whole with gluten allergies can grain, Dijon and dry mns- enjoy, tards in a separate bowl. 4. While cider can be Serve the sausages on soft enjoyed solo, i/fs also an excel- buns with the grilled lent beverage to pair with a onions, poached garlic variety of foods such as bar- and cider mustard. becue. Bold dishes call for a For additional Angry beverage of equal strength. Orchard facts and recipes, A fruit-forward cider can visit www.angryorchard.com. Denson talks with 96-year-old True Sherman and Dennis Marten, former DMACC employees who worked at the initial DMACC site 50 years ago. Des Moines Area Commu- nity College (DMACC) President Rob Denson reads a plaque commemo- caring the exact location vhere DMACC started. This location, at 2501 Vine St. in West Des Moines, was formally a grocery store. Today, it's the Iowa Christian Academy. Photos submitted. charities .org/emergency-relief. " , , . C tint ::cgt 8f,o E ~i 34W, oh ioton ~lYo i ~::::: I rao dl~ Se government 10,000 army muskets. Each year, 12 writers and 12 illustrators have their work published in the sci- ence fiction and fantasy anthology series "L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future." Orson Scott Card says, "It's what keeps sci-fi alive." Learn more at www.writersofthefuture.com. 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