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Thursday, February 7, 2019 N/Warren Town and County News Page Five Bidders Receive Wonderful Dinner Experience for NSEF Submitted by Tammy Randall Letter to the Editor We publish letters to the editor when they are not libelous and when they are signed by the person or persons submitting them. Opinions expressed arc not necessarily the opinions of the N/Warren Town and County News staff or owners. Publishing a letter is at the sole discretion of the editor/owner. We do not correct spelling/grammar errors. On January 18, a magical dinner benefiting the with pumpkin sabayon sauce, Beef Wellington filet with Norwalk Student Education Foundation (NSEF) was truffle port wine demi glaze and Parisienne potatoes, held at the hdme of Chef George Migliero. The dinner and Chocolate croissant bread pudding with bananas had been an auction item at the annual NSEF foster. Special beverages were served complimenting Fundraiser on November 2nd at Carper Vineyard & each course. Winery. There was great enthusiasm and excitement The evening was capped off with fireworks as the during the bidding and a significant amount of money snow was falling. Magical is not an overstatement for was raised for NSEF. The 10 generous guests with the entire evening! George donated his time and home the winning bid enjoyed a 5-course dinner made by in preparing for this dinner. O'Leary Flowers for Every Chef Migliero. They were Ellen & Jason Buhrow, Occasion donated corsages and a centerpiece. How Lynn & Jason Dively, Angela & Brandon Foldes, lucky we are to live in a community that supports NSEF Sarah & Brian Huff and Libby & Joe Moench. The and people that give of their time and talents for this dinner was offered and hosted by Tammy & Troy worthy cause. Randall and Cheryl & Chris Hochstein. These amazing guests "Bid for the Kids" and all What a great place to spend a snoWy night! The proceeds went to the Norwalk Student Education guests were provided transportation to and from the Foundation. NSEF is dedicated to providing resources Migliero home. Chef Migliero shared tips on what to enhance the educational experiences and and how he was creating each of the 5 courses of the opportunities for the students in the Norwalk schools. gourmet meal. The menu included Tomato Bisque To learn more about the Norwalk Student Education with pesto whip cream, Country Club Salad with Foundation, G. Mig's 5th Street Pub, and O'Leary's creamy bacon dressing, Walleye wrapped in rice paper . Flowers for Every.Occasion, like them on facebook. Warren unty Congregate Meal Program in Need of Cooks The Warren County Congregate Meal Program, with serving locations in Martensdale, Indianola, Carlisle, Lacona, and New Virginia, is in need of substitute cooks to help out at all locations. If you are interested, or for more information, please contact Vicki White at 515-961-1003. New construction Driveways Sidewalks Tear out & replacement Commercial & Residential (515) 240-3523 marlin@concrete-pg .corn Za-Ga.Zig Provost Guard Will Be Selling Nuts This Winter Mammoth Pecan Halves $12 English Walnuts $10 Jumbo Cashews $12 Pistachios in Shell $10 Mixed Nuts (with no peanuts) $11 Honey Roasted Peanuts $7 Chocolate Covered Peanuts $8 All Nuts Are Packaged in 16 oz Bags Get Yours Before They're Gone! Available at N/Warren Town & County News office Tuesday-Friday 9a.m. to 1p.m. To the Editor: I moved up to Norwalk from Alabama this past September. As you can imagine, the move was exciting and I was also quite nervous. My fianc6 is a Norwalk native and has always talked about how nice Iowans were. I was worried about being accepted into the Norwalk and other Iowan communities but the transition was quite pleasant. I was very astounded about how friendly everyone was! There was one event in particular that really struck me in the heart and made the true characteristic of being Iowan stand out to me. New Year's Eve afternoon my work let out early, as did most places. The weather was a typical Iowan winter afternoon complete with slick roads, freezing temperatures, and icy sidewalks. Since it was New Year's Eve, I thought it would be nice to pick up a famous Casey's taco pizza! I had never heard nor tried a taco pizza but everyone told me I had to try it since I now lived in Iowa. While getting out of my car I saw an elderlj7 woman coming out all bundled up from head to toe. Her arms were full of groceries and she was trying to be so careful as not to slip on the icy sidewalk trying to get to her car. A man promptly jumped out of his car and walked over to the woman, grabbed her milk and other groceries with ease, and helped her to her car. From the conversation I briefly heard between them they did not know each other. The kindness and care he took in order to help this elderly lady really struck me in the heart. I watched as he made sure her groceries were put away and she got in her vehicle safely. She thanked the man and drove away. As he turned around, making his way back into his car, I told him how his act of unselfishness really hit me in the heart and how wonderful that was of him to help someone out he didn't even know. I'll never forget the words he said to me. He held his head up high and stated, "Well of course! That's what it means to be IowanI" I'll never know who this man was, but if there was one moment anyone could have defined what it was to be Iowan, he did it with his actions that day. Those words really touched my soul and I felt happy and proud to live in a community, and state, where there is still pride being taught on how to treat everyone with thoughtfulness. Thank you, Norwalk Iowa, for being such a gentle and kind hearted town! /s/ Carla Riddle ** NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS ** Li Retirement ] 313 Wright Road, Norwalk I Bedroom Apartments Park-like Setting Community Center 24/7 Maintenance Rental Assistance May Be Available to Those Who Qualify 62 Years of Age or Older, Disabled Regardless of Age www.national' This institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider.