Newspaper Archive of
N. Warren Town and County News
Norwalk, Iowa
December 10, 2015     N. Warren Town and County News
PAGE 9     (9 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 9     (9 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
December 10, 2015

Newspaper Archive of N. Warren Town and County News produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

N/Warren Town and County News Page Nine Thursday, December 10, 2015 NORA AWARD Concluded from p. 8 Hanna Larsen is an excellent musician. Congratula- Congratulations *0 Elaina Schumacher 01‘ ma ng . Cierra Puls is a stron leader sin 'n alto to her full- g 81 g tions for representing your choir as a great musician State Opus Honor ChOII- SChumacher has a wonder- est. Her responsibility of always staying on task is greatly appreciated byher classmates and teacher. Pictured, Mayor Tom Phillips with the Norwalk Varsity Deb meeting. Photo submitted. and person! Mayo Phillips ecos Debate Team ATHLETIC BOOSTER CLUB MINUTES Concluded from p. 7 quested $355.88 for the hotel stay at the State Cross Country Meet. The board discussed that originally Coach Weidmann was go— ing to stay at her own ex- pense with Kennedi Scallon since Scallon was going to be running in the meet. However, after fur- ther consideration, the en— tire team decided to go and have a team building and support Kennedi. Motion to accept this ex- penditure was made by Stacy Rosonke, seconded by Mary Knickerbocker. Motion carried. Girls Cross Country — Coach Weidmann re— , quested $119.50 for end of season team awards. Mo- tion to accept this expen- diture was made by Darin Hirl, seconded by Mary Knickerbocker. Motion carried. Boys Cross Country Coach Boies requested $50.15 for end of season team awards. Motion to accept this expenditure was made by Troy Downs, seconded by Nancy LaVelle. Motion carried. Membership Report Jennifer Kreider com— pared last year’s member- ship funds to this year and found that we are $866.65 below where we were last year at this time. The board discussed United Way donations and people being given the ac— tivity pass before we re- ceive notice from United Way on what was actually donated. The board deter- mined that we should take people’s word for it when they report the amount they are giving through United Way. Athletic Directors Report Al Lammers indicated that it was a history mak- ing season for girls volley- ball and boys football with each making it to the final round of regionals/play- offs. The cross country team also had one female athlete make it to the state meet. High School girls basketball starts on Mon- day and all other winter sports wiltart on the fol- lowing Mrday. Brett Clins reported that all mide school win- ter sportsre underway including rls basketball, boys baskoall and wres- tling. Public Retions There inothing to re- port on pdic relations at this time. Old Busirss There isnothing to re- port on olCJusiness at this time. New Busiess Stacy questioned whether w would be hav- ing a girls puth basketball tournamer and what date we wouldiave it on. The board ageed that we should hale the tourna- ment, but move it into Feb— ruary. Al will get Stacy a date that will work so that she can send out registra- tion and Andy can put on the website. Open Discussion Dr. Denny Wulf is retir- ing end of this year. Stacy will represent the boosters ate 3am at the Thursday, Dec. 3 City Council on the committee for his replacement. The November meeting will be held December 2. V We need to decide the date to move the December meeting to. Adjournment Motion was made by Al Lammers to adjourn the meeting, seconded by Troy Downs. Motion carried. Meeting was adjourned at 8:15 pm. The next NABC meet— ing will be held Wednes- day, Dec. 2, at 7 pm. at the Norwalk High School Li- brary. Respectfully Submitted, Stacy Rosonke Secretary LIBRARY HOURS Monday Thursday 10 am. — 8 pm. Friday, 11 am. - 6 pm. Saturday, 10 am. — 5 pm. Sunday, 1 4 pm. Closed Sundays (Memorial Day-Labor Day) ful low alto voice. Photos submitted. MUSIC BOOSTERS Concluded from p. 8 programs and it' was decided that there will be a box provided by each table for this reason. 0 Tracy Saltz was not in attendance but she is still receiving fruit sales fundraiser money. $12,000 has come in so far, which seems lower than prior years, but the badwsathetthathit at the start 9f the fundraiser may haVe played a volunteers will be needed for pick-up day (December 9). A sign-up sheet will be sent via email by Deanna Frederick. Miscellaneous: V ' Julie Heckart reported that the Patrons list has now been updated on the website. 0 Deanna Frederick inquired about the High School Musical performance of Grease November 7 and was told that it did make money, as it was well attended over 700 each night. Next Meeting: If you'have a child in K-12 Norwalk music, you are already a Music Booster. Join us at our next meeting January 5 at 7 pm. in the High School Band Room. Respectfully submitted, Julie Burgett, 2015/2016 Secretary Photo Printing is a full commercial printer located in Carlisle, Iowa. If you have a flyer, letterhead, envelope, brochure, magazine, newsletter, book, etc., that you would like to have printed, give us a call for a Free Estimate. Photo Printing, Inc. 210 S. lst Street ‘ Carlisle, Iowa 50047 515-989-3251 C 1p an save Norwalk Schools Phone Directory Central OfficeAdministration 981-0676 High School (Grades 10-12) 981-4201 High School Activities 981-4204 Eastview 8/9 School 981-9655 981—0435 981-1850 981-1005 981—0016 981—9876 981-0917 Middle 6/7 School Lakewood Elementary (Grades 3-5) Oviatt Elementary (Grades PreK-2) Transportation Office (Bus Barn) Food Service/Nutrition Office Building & Grounds Office