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Thursday, December 19, 2013 N/Warren Town and County News Page Five walk Student 1 tlon Foundation vities and Events ri Miller, President Happy Holidays from your Norwalk Student Education FoundationH Gift giving was huge this year for Ashley Prieksat's class. Through NSEF's teacher grant process, she was granted the money to purchase keyboard covers for her technology class. Pictured are a few of her students using unmarked keyboard covers to help them learn to type. "The students love the new covers!" states Prieksat, middle school Computers instructor. There are many waysthe Foundation can give to stu- dents and teachers, but we need your help. Many grant opportunities exist for us to apply for assistance to then pass on to you. These grants require a matching contri- bution from us. With your donations we can get the money needed to provide our kids with the technol- og equipment and skills that are not in the school budget. You can donate cask make a monthly payroll deduction, donate shares/stock, or get a company match from you employer. Consider giving to NSEF as a part of your tax preparation. See our website for more information, www.nor walkstudentfoundation.org. Photos submitted. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 Boy Scouts Community Service Christmas at Harvest Church Harvest Church, 4225 N. Birch Ave., Cumming, will have a Christmas pro- gram Sunda Dec. 22, at 10 a.m. The Harvest Praise Choir will be presenting "Christmas Around the World." There will be re- freshments in the church dining hall afterward. The Christmas Eve Ser- vice will be Tuesday, Dec. 24, at 6 p.m. Sermon title is "Lessons from the Shep- herds." Through donations from both Norwalk Christian Church and The Lions Club, as well as multiple fundraising efforts, Norwalk Cub Scout Pack 103 was able to pur- chase 22 bicycles and 10 scooters to go to children who are less fortunate this Christ- mas season. The bicycles and scooters were given to all of the Norwalk area churches to find the right homes. Great job to the boys of Pack 103 for doing such an incred- ible job of learning life lessons, like giving to those less fortunate than you, at such a young age. Photo submitted. POLICE REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. December 6 Officer initiated a traffic stop in the 800 block of Wright Road for a moving violation. The driver, Aaron Tucker, 22, Des Moines, was charged with Driving While License un- der Suspension, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Speed. He was cited to ap- pear at a later date and the vehicle was turned over to a valid driver. December 7 Called to the 8800 block of Woodmayr Drive for a domestic situation; report was taken. December 8 Officer tripped to a property damage accident on Highway 28. The driver, Samantha Med- rano, Ringwood, IL, lost control of her vehicle due to a slick roadway. The ve- hicle struck the cable row divider, causing damage to her vehicle and to the cable row. Information was taken and a report was sent to the Iowa Depart- ment of Transportation. Responded to the 700 block of Beardsley for a theft report. Information was taken for a report; in- I vestigation remains open at this time. December 9 Officer called to the 1900 blockof Cedar Street to investigate a theft that occurred sometime after 12-03-13. Information was taken and a report was made. The matter remains under investigation. Tripped to the 900 block of Main Street for a domes- tic situation. Information was taken and a report was made; no charges filed at this time. IDid You Know?[ (NAPS)--Microsoft's Part- ners in Learning Network brings together 4 million edu- cators in 36 languages to share best practices and classroom resources, access free tools and technology tutorials, and make connec- tions that enrich their careers and their classrooms. For more information about the Partners in Learning Net- work, visit Www.pil-network. com. Students at one prestigious high school created the non- profit toy company Toys By Teens to raise money for teaching entrepreneurship in schools. You can contribute at www.indiegogo.com. Just type 'qbys By Teens" into the search box to learn more. : OUR HOLIDAY HOURS Tuesday, Dec. 24, 8 a.n - Noon Wednesday, Dec. 25, Closed Tuesday, Dec. 31, Regular Hours Wednesday, Jan. 1, Closed J We ask that if you are needing any medication refills, you contact your pharmacy. If you should need medical attention during these closures, call our office number, 285-3200, and the answering service will put you in contact with our physician on call. From all of us at UNITYPOINT CLINIC FAMILY MEDICINE AT NORWALK, have a safe and happy holiday! Lori Miller, DO Patricia Newland, MD William Chase, MD Andrea Silvers, MD Jason Brehmer, DO 515-285-3200 I Unitoiat Clinic 801 Colonial Circle Our clinic participates with most major insurance carriers. BAMBINO'S RESTAURANT Grand new place, same classic taster. 2025 Grand Ave., West Des Momes 225,4842 Tuesday Evening Special: Chicken Dinner $9.95 WednesdaY Evening Special: 1/2 Off any size Pizza Tues. - Fri., 11 a.m. - close; Sat., 4 p.m. - close New items available on lunch menu! I- c D Q Your used car, towing & auto mechanic service center. We appreciate your business. Have a Safe and Happy Holiday! TED'S USED CARS AND AUTO REPAIR 802 Sunset Dr., Norwalk 981-0649 . Serving Norwalk since 1966. ,J II