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Thursday, December 4, 2014 N/Warren Town and County News Page Seven BUSINESS Oath of Office REVIEW 1 Local Girl Scouts Send Support to the Troops Mark Davitt, Jason Delay, Traci VanderLinden, Warren County Auditor, R0nda Lyon, Charles Ertzinger, Mark Matlage. Photo by Lora Vest. Newly elected Warren County Extension Members Mark Matlage (St. Marys) and Ronda Lyon (Milo) and re-elected members Mark Davitt (Indianola), Jason DeLay (Milo) and Charles Ertzinger (Cumming) after administering the Oath of Office, Tues- da)6 Nov. 18. Andrew Lent (Carlisle) was also re-elected, but unable to attend the swearing-in ceremony. Jingle Jam At YMCA South Suburban YMCA's 10th Annual Jingle Jam 5K Run/1 Mile Hot Chocolate Walk Event is Saturda Dec. 6, with an 8:30 a.m. start. Doors open at 7 a.m. All ages who are looking for some exercise on a Saturday morning, the event is to promote exercise and healthier lifestyles. Proceeds benefit the Annual Campaign that provides financial assistance to youth, families and adults. Start and finish at South Suburban YMCA, 401 E. Army Post Road, Des Moines. Most participants will be in costume. All are encouraged to wear bells. The route goes South on SE 5th, through Ft. Des Moines Park, then winding through the Somerset Neighborhood. Register at www.getmeregistered.com/JingleJam or call the YMCA at 285-0444. Get rewarded for your good driving. Call me to sign up for Drivewise, a new car insurance program from Allstate You'll get a check worth 10% of your premium back. Keep driving safely, and you can earn additional reward checks twice a year. Call me today! James Starkweather 515-207-2111 206 W Hickman Rd. Waukee jstarkweather@allstate.com Call or stop by to see how much you can save, Allstate. You're in good hands. Auto Home Life Retirement Subject to terms and conditions. Future reward checks determined by driving behavior. Allstate Fire and Casualty Insurance Co. @ 2013 Allstate Insurance Co. ,v. Juliana Huegerich, Megan Shultze and Kara Borrman. Photo submitted. The idea of Girl Scouts brings thoughts of cookies, camps, songs and memo- ries to many people. Every Spring, thousands of girls across the country set out to sell cookies in hopes of going to a fun camp where she can meet new friends and learn new skills. How- ever, Girl Scouts do not just sell cookies anymore. During product sales (yes, there is more than cookies!), prospective cus- tomers can buy a box for a charity or donate money towards products. Last Spring, local Troop 207 took this to heart. Though each of the girls has a fa- vorite charity, they decid- ed to collect donations to send cookies to people serving in the military. Thus, Treats for Troops was born. At each cookie sale, girls would ask customers to donate change or any money to the Treats for Troops jar, even if they did not want to buy cookies. By the end of cookie sea- son, the girls had collect- ed enough donations to send over 140 boxes of Girl Scout Cookies to those serving in the US Military, here and abroad. Using the Family Readiness Pro- gram and a local business, the girls were able to get free shipping to soldiers in want of a bit of home! The three girls, Kara Borrman, Juliana Hueger- ich and Megan Shultze, are sophomores at Norwalk High School. They hope to continue Treats for Troops this year and beat last year's amount! With your help, they can do it! The girls are planning the 4th Annual Craft and Vendor Sale Saturday, Dec. 6, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Feel free to stop by and remember that they will take donations for Treats for Troops at any time! New Poetry Contest Opens in January The Iowa Poetry Asso- ciation has announced a new contest for 2015 be- ginning in January. Adults may submit Up to five original, unpub- lished poems, between January I and February 28, to the editor of Lyrical Iowa, Lucille Morgan Wilson, 2325 61st Street, "Des Moines, IA 50322. College, high school and elementary school stu- dents should send to edi- tors of their respective di- visions. See ipa@iowa poetry.com for informa- tion about the Iowa Poetry Association and complete contest rules, or send a self-addressed, stamped envelope (SASE) to Editor Wilson. There is no entry fee and no obligation for In-Floor ~ Geothermal Heating "Insured & Certified" (515) 989-0106 SALES ~ SERVICE - REPLACEMENT BATHROOM REMODEL membership or book pur- chase. The contest is open to Iowa residents of all ages, students attending school outside the state, but claiming Iowa residence and students from out of state attending Iowa schools. Humorous verse is lim- ited to eight lines and must be rhymed and metered. All other poems have a 20 line maximum. Put name, complete mailing address and email address in upper right cor- ner and accompany entries with SASE for winners list and the return of vnused poems in late summer. More than $500 in prizes will be awarded for the best in sonnets, haiku, na- tional/world events, hu- morous verse and a gen- eral adult category. Email submissions are not ac- cepted. No pornography or vulgarity is allowed. Call 911 for emergencies! I To service our customers even better, we have the State-of-the-Art Hunter Alignment System. All work is guaranteed by a 12 months/12,000 Miles Warranty. NAPA Auto Center Auto Repair. Towing Complete Engine Specialist Intake Specialist ASE Certified Mechanics 802 Sunset Drive Norwalk