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Page Ten N/Warren Town and County News , Thursday, November 22, 2012 Post-Season Awards Megan Westhoff LHC Honorable Mention Michaela Pearson LHC Honorable Mention Head coach Brook Byars amlounced post-sea- son honors for members of the Norwalk Volleyball team. First team all-confer- ence was awarded to Samantha Feller (All- Around) and Calvn Th- ompson (Defensive. Spe- cialist). Feller finished 4th in the conference and 17th in Class 4A with 273 kills; 4th in conference and 25th in class 4A with 695 attack attempts; 2nd ill confer- ence and 8th in Class 4A with 3.6 kills per set; and finished 6th in conference with 14 solo blocks. Thompson finished 1st in the conference and 10th in Class 4A with 97% serve success on the season; 3rd in the conference and 12th in Class 4A with 360 digs on the season; and 2nd in the conference and 9th in Class 4A with 4.6 digs per set. Michaela Pearson (Set- ter) and Megan Westhoff (All-Around) received honorable mention. Pear- son finished 7th in the con- ference and 39th in Class 4A with 341 assists and 3rd in conference and 16th in class 4A with 6.6 assists per set. Westhoff finished 20th in the conference with 126 kills; 10th in conference with 1.8 kills per set; and 8th in the conference with 13 solo blocks. Shannon Stephany received the E. Wayne Cooley "You Can" Award. Stephany's senior season ended on a knee injury the 3rd game into the season. This award is presented to athletes who influenced their team in a positive manner while demonstrating great char- acter, overcoming great odds and displaying out- standing citizenship. Calyn Thompson First Team Little Hawkeye Conference Second Team Record Herald Master Gardener Classes Scheduled The Iowa Master Gardener 2013 winter trainings will be held at 16 Iowa State University Extension and Outreach county offices, including Warren County, begin- ning in January. The Master Gardener course includes 40 hours of Web-based local training and a one-day training session on the Iowa State University campus. "Io- wans interested in gardening and volunteering in their community should consider joining the Iowa Master Gardener program," said Denny Schrock, Iowa Master Gar- dener coordinator. "We welcome gardeners with varying degrees of experience as new trainees, from long-term veterans of gardening to novices." Iowa Master Gardener training covers many aspects of gardening - from soil and weed management to botany and growing all types of plants. Since its inception in 1979, the Iowa program has trained more than 10,000 participants. To see a full de- scription of the topics covered, visit the Iowa Master Gardener website at www.mastergardener.iastate.edu. In exchange for training, program participants are expected to share their time and knowledge in approved projects within their local communities. Trainees must complete a one-year Master Gardener internship consisting of 40 hours of approved volunteer service projects. Additional volunteer hours and ongoing educational up- dates are required in subsequent years to maintain active Master Gardener status. "Master Gardeners may work at local public gardens, schools, nursing homes or other community beautification or education projects," said Schrock. "Some Master Gardeners answer questions on the radio, give presentations at gardening seminars, or discuss plants at local plant sales. There are many ways to volunteer." The Master Gardener program is unique both for its community emphasis and because it is based on the broad research-based resources of Iowa State University. Master Gardeners provide a credible source of information about home gardening across" Iowa, said Schrock. For information and or an application call Kathryn Pierson at Warren County Extension (515) 961-6237. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 If a lot of people gripped a knife and ford the way they do a golf club, they'd starve to death. -Sam Snead Samantha Feller First Team Little Hawkeye Conference First Team Record Herald Shannon Stephany E. Wayne Cooley "You Can" Award. Photos submitted. I[@[I Cooking ,deast (NAPS)--Your family can make your own fun indoors by baking tasty treats. Tips and recipes are at www. KaroSyrup.com. Meatballs from Casa Di Bertacchi are made with high-quality beef and sea- sonings for an authentic Italian flavor. They come fully cooked, making dinner delicious, easy and stress free. For marvelous meatball recipes, visit www.casameat balls, com. When you want to impress your guests, one thing that will make the meal a memo- rable one is Fleischmann's Yeast, the most tmst brand of yeast for more than 140 years. For seasonal recipes and baking tips, visit www. BreadWorld.com or www. facebook.com/Fleischmanns Yeast. Classic banana bread gets a nutrition power boost with sweet figs and chocolate morsels. Dark purple Mission Figs and Golden Figs work equally well and add sweet fruit flavor, fiber and potas- sium. For recipes, baking tips, figs and fig products, visit the Valley Fig Growers at www.vaUeyfig.com. *** An attractive treat for the holidays or at any time, Florentine Cookies are thin, crunchy confections con- taining nuts and fruit, such as maraschino cherries, held together with honey or sugar. For recipes, tips and infor- mation, visit www.nationat cherries.com. Country Crock has 70 per- cent less saturated fat than butter, no partially hydro- genated oils--so 0 grams trans fat per serving--and no cholesterol.