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Page Four N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, December 20, 2012 -INEIG..OR.OOO NOTEBI _....at- -.,at Kaitlyn Goldizen and Amber Sellers of Norwalk have been honored as a Presidential Scholar at AIB College of Business for the Fall 2012 term. To qualify as a Presi- dential Scholar, Goldizen and Sellers attained a grade point average of 3.80 or higher for the term. Goldizen is earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting at AIB. Sell- ers is earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Account- ing at AIB. Colton Barton and Kayla Routson of Norwalk have been named to the Dean's List at AIB College of Business for the Fall 2012 term. To qualify for the Dean's List, Barton and Routson have attained a grade point average of 3.5 to 3.79 for the term. Barton is earning an Associate in Applied Sdence degree in Accounting at AIB. Rout- son is earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Busi- ness Administration at AIB. Nicholas Heitmann of Norwalk has been named to the Honor Roll at AIB College of Business for the Fall 2012 term. TO qualify for the Honor Roll, Heitmann at- tained a grade point aver- age of 3.0 to 3.49 for the term. Heitmann is earning an Associate in Applied Science degree in Business Administration and Lead- ership at AIB. r Holiday Hours For " BARBERS UNLIMITED I Closed Dec. 22, 23, 24 and 25 Closed Dec. 31 and Jan. 1 I Happy Holidays ! We appreciate your business. Meri Lynn Huff, Bridget Lottman, Kayla Castillo and Sue Collins , 1043 Sunset Dr., Suite I 981-9011 j clip and save Activities at the NORWALK LIBRARY 10,1 North Ave 981-0217 The Library will be closed Monda Dec. 24 and Tues- day, Dec. 25 in observation of the Christmas Holiday. There will be no storytime this week. The Library staff wishes everyone a safe and enjoy- able holiday. Events and Programs For Adults Mary Kay Johnson Norwalk Easter Public Library Breakfast With Books will be held the third Friday of every month at the Norwalk Easter Public Library from 9 a.m.-10:30 a.m. Patrons are invited to come and talk about books they are reading. Saturda) Jan. 12, from 10-11:30 a.m. in the Library conference room Learn @ Your Library-Fitness @ Home exercise class will be held. Wear comfortable exercise clothing for this informational and sample workout ses- sion. The instructor will share her trials and triumphs and will be using home workout DVDs. Pre-registra- tion is suggested, but all are welcome. Thursday, Jan. 17, at 7 p.m. Learn @ Your Library Disaster Preparedness program will be held. Pre-regis- tration is suggested for this event. How to prepare for a disaster and make a plan for your family will be dis- cussed. Novel Year Book Club selections have been made for 2013. They indude: The Shipping News, by Annie Proulx; Life of Pi by Yann Martel; The Year We Left Home, by Jean Thompson; The Accidental Tourist, by Anne Tyler; Em- pire Falls, by Richard Russo and Atonement, by Ian McEwan. 2013 Robert D. Blue Scholarship Norwalk Schools Phone Directory Central OfficeAdministration High School (Grades 10-12) High School Activities Eastview 8/9 School 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 981-0676 981-4201 981-4204 981-9655 981-0435 981-1850 981-1005 981-0016 981-9876 981-0917 State Treasurer Michael Fitzgerald has announced that the application for the 2013 Robert D. Blue Schol- arship is available online at www.rdblue.org. All Iowa residents who plan to at- tend college in Iowa for the 2013-2014 school years are eligible to apply. Awards are based on fi- nancial need, an original essay, academic achieve- Let me help find the vehicle tnsu, a ...... : .... policy that's right for you. LANE INSURANCE AGCY INC 51:5-98,1-4614 m@taneinsuranceocom PROERfIT/FF merit and written recom- mendations. "These schol- arships not only help Iowa students financially, but also honor the achieve- ments and potential of the young people of our state," Fitzgerald stated. "Last year, six outstanding students representing six counties were chosen to receive awards. Each of the recipients went on to at- tend a different Iowa col- lege or university." The Iowa Centennial Memorial Foundation awards the Robert D. Blue Scholarship to Iowa stu- dents attending college in Iowa. Governor Blue cre- ated the Foundation in 1949 to commemorate the one hundredth anniver- sary of Iowa's acceptance into the union At that time, a scholarship fund was established to encour- age the youth of the state to attend Iowa's fine col- leges and universities. In 1990, the Foundation offi- cially named the scholar- ship to honor the late Gov- ernor Blue Robert D. Blue Scholar- ship applications are only accepted online through May 10 at www.rd blue.org. The winners will be an- nounced during the sum- mer. Those who would like more information on the Robert D. Blue Scholarship should visit the website, or call the treasurer's office at 515-242-5270. Iowa All-Academy Ball December 29, Iowa Governor Terry Branstad and Iowa's First Lady, Christine Branstad are opening the doors to To'- race Hill to welcome b- wans who have graduatt from, or are currently at- tending one of the five United States Service Academies. A precursor to the an- nual Iowa All-Academy Ball, the Governor's Re- ception is an opportunity for current and past cadets and midshipmen to be rec- ognized by Governor Branstad and the state of Iowa. "These men and women have worked in- credibly hard for our country," explains Gover- nor Branstad. "We could not be more grateful tto these Iowans, who bring an enormous amount of pride to the state," he adds. The event typically boasts around 50 cadets and midshipmen, plus their families, however this year, event organizers predict a record-breaking year. "Iowans are among the most dedicated and hard-working folks in the country, so it is no surprise that so many young men and women from our state have been accepted to thhe United States Service Academies and have sub- sequently gone on to very successful careers in the military," says Governor Branstad. The reception will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. and will include snacks, bever- ages and a meet-and-greet with Governor Bransta.d. Following the Governor's Reception, the Iowa All- Academy Ball will be held at 6:30 pm at the Sheraton Hotel in West Des Moines. To learn more about the Iowa All-Academy Ball, or information on register- ing, contact Ball Chair- man, Kevin Lentz by phone at 515-991-3550, by email info@iowaallaca demyball.com, or visit the Iowa All-Academy Ball website at www.iowaall academyball.com. It's Not Too Late to Get a Flu Vaccination As flu season swings into full gear, producers and those who work with pigs are reminded that it's not too late to get a sea- sonal flu vaccination. Iowa State University Extension and Outreach swine vet- erinarian James McKean said the vaccination helps protect both people and animals. "Seasonal influenza is making an early appear- ance in the United States this year, so getting vacci- nated soon is vital," McKean said. "Make sure you and your employees are vaccinated." In addition to getting vaccinated, the use of good ventilation and hygiene practices can help reduce transmission of flu and other viruses on the farm. McKean, who is also Asso- ciate Director of the Iowa Pork Industry Center at Iowa State, stated that people who are shedding the virus can transmit the virus to animals, so poli- cies to keep acutely in- fected humans apart from pigs should be considered. People can remain conta- gious for up to a week af- ter being sick, making it imperative for everyone over the age of six months to receive an annual flu vaccination. General flu-related in- formation is available on the Center for Diseas Control website at www. cdc.gov/flu and the Pork Checkoff website at www. pork.org/flu. Clinophobia is the fear of beds. Start the day off right[ ] r#00atters 515-223-1150 P.O. Box 160 Norwalk, Iowa www.kwk.com