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Thursday, November 21, 2013 N/Warren Town and County News L Page Three OFFICE INFORMATION Pick up registration forms 24 hours a day at the Parks and Recreation office or print them off our website: www.ci.norwalk.ia.us. You can mail registration forms, place them in our drop box or walk in. Our office is located at 1100 Chatham Ave. (Public Safety Bldg.). Of- fice hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday. The drop box is open 24/7! If you have any questions, call us at 981-9206. Online registration is available. (See website: www.ci.norwalk.ia, us). UPCOMING REGISTRATIONS Pair-up w/Potter December 8; Adult Open Basket- ball, closes when full; Adult Community Ed Classes, through February 28; Lakewood Craft Club, through January 31; Glass Fusing, through November 22; OPALS Reiman Gardens/Hickory Park Trip, December 10; Youth Day Off Activities; Sleepy Hollow, December 9 through December 20, December 30; Youth Day Off; Movie: De- cember 16 through December 27, January 3; Coed Vol- leyball, December 16 through December 27, January 6; Men's Dodgeball, December 16 through December 27, January 5. NON-REGISTRATION EVENTS Senior Exercise, Mondays and Thursdays, 10 a.m. at Norwalk Christian Church; Senior Wii Bowling, Thurs- day at Public Safety Building, 1:30 p.m.; OPALS lunch, December 6. ADULT COED VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE FALL 2013 Team Total Just Do It 6 5 5 4 52 Court Jesters 5 4 4 5 50 All Out 5 6 6 4 49 Old Farts 4 3 4 5 44 123 Team 4 6 5 6 44 Hit for Brains 3 3 3 3 31 Team Net Assets My Bad Back That Pass Up 5 Safe Sets 4 Watch DOGS 4 Bumpin Uglies 5 Total 4 6 6 6 56 5 6 5 5 53 6 5 4 49 3 4 4 39 3 3 5 37 3 4 3 36 STANDINGS WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL WINTER 2013 Team Total Volley Girls 10 9 6 37- Beavis & Bumpheads 6 6 6 36 Can You Dig It? 10 5 6 33 Spiked Punch 10 6 6 30 Chicks with Hits 5 8 6 30 Notorious DTG. 3 4 12 28 Power Tippers 5 6 3 27 Big Bumpers 3 7 3 20 Huge Jugs 0 3 6 15 PAIR-UP WITH POTTERY (PARENT/CHILD) Pottery is a well-known art of painting a dry clay fig- ure and then firing it in a kiln to produce a beautiful NORWALK PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT ] I LEISURE LINE finished product. In this class we will be making a Fall leaf bowl, Trick or Treat item, turkey time platter or Cookies for Santa plate in time for the holiday season. Parents needed for children (K-3rd), not required for older children. Registration Date: Through December 4; Class Date: Sunday, Dec. 8; Time: 2 to 3:30 p.m.; Lo- cation: Norwalk Easter Public Library; Cost: Norwalk residents $23, non-residents $26.45 per class; Minimum/ Maximum: 6/15. CRAFT CLUB Get out your glue guns and imaginations for this pro- gram. Children in 3rd through 5th grades at Lakewood Elementary are invited to join. They meet once a month after school on Thursday to make special arts and crafts projects. Registration: Through January 27; Time: 3:15 to 4:15 p.m.; Dates: November 14, December 5, January 9, February 6; Location: Art Room at Lakewood; Cost per class: Norwalk residents $11.50/class, non-residents $13.25/class; Mini-mum/Maximum: 6/20. ADULT PICK-UP BASKETBALL GAMES Pick-up basketball games will be offered for adults. Bring clean tennis shoes to wear for the games. This program is only for residents who live within the Norwalk School District. Program Dates: November 27, December 4, 11, 18, January 8, 15, 22, 29, February 5, 12, 19, 26, March 5, 12, 19, 26; Time: 7 to 9 p.m.; Location: Middle School Gym; Registration: (closes when full); Cost: $31.80 (includes sales tax) Norwalk residents, $37.20 (includes sales tax) non-residents; Maximum number of participants: 40. ADULT ED COMMUNITY EDUCATION AT MAIN STREET MONTESSORI SCHOOL Different classes are being offered at the Montessori School on Main St. Registrations began September 23 either online or at the Parks and Rec office. Jewelry Design- Join us for an evening of jewelry and tim! A relaxed, casual atmosphere means no-stress jewelry- making and you will go home with a sheet of reminders and tips on technique. Necklaces...earrings...bracelets...a whole new world will open to you when you can make your own jewelry. Our instructor is a professional artist who will walk you through the simple basic techniques. You needn't bring anything with you...we will supply all the tools and materiaFs you will need for the class and you will receive a list of suppliers. Join us...making jewelry is easier than you think! Date: January 16; Time: 7-8:30 p.m.; Cost: $15; Limit: 10 individuals. Home Brewing- Beer Making 101- It's time to truly test your skills and give brewing a try. In this class you learn the basics of home beer making from brewing to bottling. This class will run two sessions- the first month to brew, the second to bottle. Each participant will leave with the knowledge to start their own home brewing, a list of supplies and suppliers and of course, their own six paek of home brew. Date: February 6 and March 6; Time: 7-8:30 p.m.; Cost: $30; Limit: 8 individuals. Switch Plate Decorating- Tired of those dull and boring switch plates (you know, the plate that holds down your light switch)? Come learn a fun and func- tional technique to personalize your plates. 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The stack is then placed inside the kiln and then heated through a series of ramps and soaks until the separate pieces begin to bond together. Once the desired effect has been achieved at the maximum desired tempera- ture, the kiln temperature will be brought down quickly. The glass is then allowed to cool slowly over a speci- fied time, soaking at specified temperature ranges. We will make two projects and then have it fired off loca- tion. Must be 18 years or older. Registration Date: Through November 22; Class Date: Sunday, Dec. 8; Time: 3:30 to 5 p.m.; Location: Norwalk Easter Public Library; Cost: Norwalk residents $29, non-residents $33.35; Minimum/Maximum: 4/12. YOUTH DAY OFF ACTIVITIES This year we will offer afternoon field trips to vari- ous attractions in and around the metro area when kids are off from school. The trips are held on specific non- school days. These trips are for kids in-3rd, 4th and 5th grade. Students will meet the bus at Lakewood Elemen- tary School to board. Important: Snacks are NOT in- cluded in this year's activities; send extra money if your child wants a snack. Time: Leave 1 p.m. and re- turn by 4:15 p.m.; Location: Leave from Lakewood El- ementary School (Parents, pick student up from school no later than 4:30 p.m.); Fee: Varies by trip/activity (see below); Registration: Through March 14; Minimum/ Maximum: 30/65. December 30-Sleepy Hollow Sports Park: You know how fun sledding is - tubing is even better! The hill at Sleepy Hollow is 15 stories high and you don't have to walk back up! As the surface lifts pull you to the top, prepare for the release, which sends you flying down the 1,000-foot runs. All lanes are constantly monitored for everyone's safety. Tubes will be provided. Dress warm (gloves, hats and boots). Cost: Norwalk residents $15, non-residents $17.25. Concluded p. 15 Papa John's is seeking Full-time CDL Class A Drivers for regional driving to deliver product to stores in the Mid- West from our Des Moines, IA Center. Call Peggy TODAY at 502-551-4290 or www.papajolms.com/careers/ Paid Weekly Annual salary $58,000 NEW Tractor and 48' Refrigerated Trailers Company Uniforms Provided Home Frequently with Pre-Scheduled Regional Routes Competitive Salary & Opportunities to Make Extra Money Professional, Well Managed Work Environment Lift Gates and Hand Trucks to Load and Unload our Fresh Products Competitive Benefits Including: *Medical, Dental, Life & Disability Insurance Vacation & Holiday Pay Educational Assistance Job Requirements Include: Valid CMV and Class A CDL certifications required Acceptable MVR required A minimum of 2 years verifiable CDL driving experi- ence, or 1 year verifiable CDL driving experience and 100,000 miles driven, with a proven safe and responsible driving record required Possession of a valid commercial driver's license must be issued by resident state of driver Call Peggy TODAY at 502-551-4290 or www.papaj ohns.com/careers/ Papa John's is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer.