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Thursday, December 20, 2012 N/Warren Town and County News Page Seven Norwalk Athletic Booster Club Minutes November 28, 2012 people present at the meet- meeting were reviewed. Boys Cross Country - Tim Stephany called the ing. Motion to accept the min- Coach Wiedmann re- meeting to order at 7:03 Secretary's Report- p.m. There were eight Minutes from the October NSEF Norwalk Student Education Foundation Updates Dr. Lori Miller presenting grant checks to teachers. Photo submitted. Our Fall 2012 grants for teachers was a success!! We were able to grant four requests this semester. Karl Dawson, Jodie Irlmeier, Jude Braune and Nick Menke were granted their requests for their stu- dents and classrooms. Menke was presented his award at the 9-12 band concert Monday, Dec. 10, by Lori Miller and Jaki Livingston. Thank you, Norwalk, for your continued sup- port to NSEF. Every dona- tion helps contribute to our children's education. See our board members or website, www.norwalk studentfoundation.org, for ways you too can donate or volunteer. Watch for your commu- nity invitation to Tastes for Education on April 5, 2013. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 clip and save 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 utes were made by Nancy LaVelle and seconded by Scot Meuler. Motion car- ried. There is a correction to the October meeting min- utes. It was stated that the Youth Football had an in- crease in concessions from last year of $3,197. It should read as $300 - $400. Treasurer's Report- Troy Downs has now taken over the treasurer duties and indicated that things are going well. He indicated that he has been reviewing the financial spreadsheet and he thinks there are some opportuni- ties to make some minor changes to the spread- sheet. Troy presented the financials and indicated there were no discrepan- cies since last month. A motion to accept the financials was made by A1 Lammers, seconded by Lori Vaske. Motion car- ried. Concession Report Mary Knickerbocker re- ported that things are go- ing well in concessions. The parents have been showing up for their shifts in the stand. Mary pur- chased the Parks & Rec leftover concession prod- uct. This has added some variety to the menu, which people seem to like. Coaches Wish List Cheerleading - Coa- ches Fitzpatrick, Morey and Moede requeste d $84.83 for coaches shirts. Motion made by Nancy LaVelle to approve this expenditure, seconded by Pat Johnston. Motion car- ded. Girls Basketball - Coach Wermerskirchen requested $269.96 for a camcorder. Motion made by Scot Meuler to accept this expenditure, sec- onded by Stacy Rosonke. Motion carried. Used Tire Headquaruts OVER 300 Available ! I TIREOAUTO 18 mantlllllI.OOO MIle Our Services Include: -Tires (Sales and Repair -Car. Truck. Layers. Ag. Cornrnerlcal d Rv -Brakes/RotortPads oLube/Oil Filter -Multi Point Inspection -Shocks/Struts CEN11lFt (51 S) 91--4522 Frl (7:30am- 6pro) Sat. (7=30am- 1pro) Complete AutemeRIve Repair Cemr wan'aaty en Ali Parts -Exhaust -lignments °Electrical Work -Diagnostic Work -Transmission Flush *Radiator Flush -A/C Repairs and Cheeks -And More .... 1010 Sunset Drive. Itvvy. 28 Norwalk. IA 50211 (515) 051-4522 Schedule your appointment online at: vv-rvc.norvvalktirecenter.corn NEe 11m mtkmm & With the purchase for 4 New Tires. Expires 12/31/2012 To Scoffs Foods After your 5 'h oil change using our punch card Expires i 2/3 l / 12 quested $853.81 for uni- forms. Motion made by Nancy LaVelle to accept this expenditure, sec- onded by Lori Vaske. Mo- tion carried. Wrestling - Coach Schmidt requested $351.91 for coaches shirts. Motion made by Pat Johnston to accept this expenditure, seconded by Scot Meuler. Motion carried. Membership Report- Lori Vaske reported we have increased member- ships by $2,900 from where we were last year at this time. There were three new members this month, two of which who have never been members be- fore. Lori reported that she has been working with Troy on reconciling the memberships with the bank statement. Athletic Directors Re- port Middle School-Darin Schreck gave appreciation to the boosters for the product and popcorn pop- per in the middle school concessions. Things are going well. High School-A1 Lam- mers reported that High School winter sports have started. The girls' basket- ball opened up last week and boys' basketball and wrestling open this week. A1 indicated that conces- sions will be slow the be- ginning of the season due to no home games for a while. A1 reported that the conference Athletic Direc- tors created an all-confer- Concluded p. 13 Success Story at Norwalk Nursing and Rehab ®?ii " • i Louis Souer came to Norwalk Nursing and Rehab m October 2012 following a hospitalization at a local area hospital after an accident in his home. Louis' goal was to return home to his assisted living after completing therapy. Louis met his goal in six weeks. The assisted living staff commented that Louis was coming back in better shape than he was before he had his acci- dent. Congrats Louis!! Photo submitted. Medicine for the Funny Bone By Dorothy Rosby Dorothy Rosby is a syndicated columnist whose humor column appears in newspapers in 11 Western and Midwestern states plus several magazines. She lives in Rapid City, SD with her husband and son. That's a Wrap[ You can't tell by looking at my wrapping, but I was once a Professional Gift Wrapper! Sort of. When I was a teenager, I worked at a hardware store in my little home- town. We carried a variety of,house wares, toys, and other items that were often purchased for gift giving. We also had a fabulous selection of wrapping paper and bows, but only a few people on staff who could really do them justice. I wasn't one of them. I wrapped many gifts, and all of them had bulges on the sides of the package where the paper comes together. Even today, I often turn a gift on its side and put a big bow on the lump to cover it up. .. But I can finally feel good about my wrapping, and not because it's gotten better. I just read about research that suggests attractive gift wrapping can actually back- Concluded p. 13 Whether you need to wash your car or sleigh.., stop by Four Seasons Auto Wash today! Have a Blessed Christmas & New Year/ FOUR SEASONS AUTO WASH High Road and Hwy 28, Norwalk Jim Watts and Dan Winslow " NORWALK . NURSING AND REHAB is accepting donations of non-perishable items such as laundry soap, paper towels, toilet paper and Kleenex to distribute with their meals-on-wheels for the month of December. Any items may be dropped off at 921 Sunset Dr. or call 975-5908 to arrange for someone to pick up your donations.