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Thursday, December 17, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page Seven Cub Scouts Donates to Food Pantry Through various service projects and donations, Cub Scout Pack 103 of Norwalk made a significant donation of $1,100 to the Norwalk Area Food Pantry. Pictured accepting the donation on behalf of the food pantry is Pastor Nate Liedtke of New Life Lutheran Church. Photo submitted. If a car is traveling at 55 miles per hour, it will travel 56 feet before the average driver can shift his foot Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep. -Scott Adams Stay Calm & Finish Your Project! Do you need some in- centive to complete some project before the holi- days? Do you just want to get out for the evening with friends and other adults to laugh and do something creative? Join us for December's Adult Craft Night Monda) Dec. 21, at 6:30 p.m., at the li- brary. This month, partici- pants may Work on some- thing begun, but unfin- ished. We will encourage, threaten and cajole you to get'er done! Make a quick holiday craft -supplies provided from our craft cache. Bring supplies or materials for give and/or take-away table, If you have the gumption, get rid of some old stuff to make way for new (gasp). Bring your own bever- age of choice--cookies provided[ Register at the library and leave a $2 res- ervation fee, which will be refunded at the event. The Boy Scout movement was founded by Lord Baden- Powell of England. His army experiences convinced him that British boys needed more PhY~! lxain!ng nd exPe- riences in outdoor life. .i to our area Wl W! e 4, "~;'r~.~':iV ' P " :,, ' ,T