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Thursday, November 22, 2012 N/Warren Town and County News Page Thirteen BUSINESS REVIEW Apple Tree Children's Center Recognizing 16 Year Anniversary Success Story at Norwalk Nursing and Rehab Robert Ellis came to Norwalk Nursing and Rehab in October 2012 following a hospitalization at a local area hospital. He was in need of IV antibiotic therapy. The staff assisted Ellis in reaching his goals and he returned home six weeks later. Photo submitted. Susan Ward will be celebrating her 16th year anniversary with Apple Tree Children's Center November 25. Thank you to Susie for her dedication to the fami- lies of Apple Tree Children's Center. Photo submitted. WARREN COUNTY LEADERSHIP Applications are being accepted for the 2013 Warren Oounty Leadership Institute to begin in January 2013. The Institute's primary objective is to train and inform leaders in the county. Warren County Leadership Insti- tute encourages adults to create the best future for them- selves, their families, communities and their county. The leadership program familiarizes potential and existing leaders Who live or work in Warren County with the choices and challenges facing the county. "The Warren County Leadership Institute allowed me to not only grow and learn as a leader, but to work together as a class to complete a project to better our county. I am a Warren County native and I still learned a great deal about businesses and opporhmities in our county that I never realized existed. If you haven't heard about WCLI, I challenge you to look into it. Come and be a part of 19 years of cultivating leaders in our com- munity!" N Dr. Laura Avitt, WCLI Class of 2004. The Warren County Leadership Institute offers an INSTITUTE ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR EMERGING LEADERS interactive program to guide concerned citizens toward becoming knowledgeable leaders in addressing issues facing Warren County including: economic growth, lo- cal government, transportation, education and quality of life. Who participates in the Warren County Leadership Institute? Business owners concerned about economic growth. Homeowners interested in tax issues. Teachers worried about quality education and the needs of Warren County youth. Farmers concerned about the future of the family farm or about their hometown. Commuting executives seeking to strengthen home- town roots and to become involved in the issues affect- ing them and their families. Interested Warren County residents willing to take an active leadership role. Non-residents working in Warren County interested in continuing employment opportunities. The WCLI is affiliated with the Warren County Eco- nomic Development Corporation (WCEDC) and is an integral part of WCEDC's mission. Warren County Leadership Institute is scheduled to begin Thursday, January 17, 2013 with classes every other week ending with graduation in April 2013. For more inf6rmation on WCLI or to obtain an appli- cation, visit the WCEDC website, www.wcedc.com/ WCLI or give the WCEDC office a call at 515-961-1067. Applications are being accepted until December 3, 2012. In ancient Egypt, where men shaved for cleanliness as early as 3000 B.C., both Idngs and queens sometimes wore a false beard as a symbol of royalty. Join us for our Customer Appreciation Day Sat., Dec. 8, 9 a. m. - Noon *Hot Dog & Popcorn *Drawing for 4 ft. Tall Tddg [ar & Wagon of Toy at orwalk Hardwar *eookio, Bar & eidor *Drawing for 2 Poinottia at [lwpapr Offie ALqO "eolhefing on-Priehabl for orwalk I:ood Pantry *eolleting Tog for orwalk elrgl to Ditribut Norwalk Hardware, 729 Main St., 981-0909 N/Warren Town & County News, 727 Main St., 981-0406