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-. SCH(00 OL and SPORTS I Official Publication for the Norwalk Colnmunity School District Page Eight BOYS CONFERENCE TENNIS MEET The Norwalk Boys Ten- nis team finished 2nd at Pella. Pella was 1st, Norwalk 2nd, Grinnell 3rd, Knoxville 4th, New- ton 5th and Oskaloosa 6th. In Flight I Doubles Aus- tin LaVelle and Grant Wright were crowned with the lt place victory by defeating the Pella team 6- 1, 6-2. In Flight II Doubles Austin Grant and Jacob Newman lost to the Pella team and placed 2nd. In Flight I Singles David Duffy placed 3rd overall. In Flight II SIngles Jck- son Wright upset the #2 seed from Knoxville and went on to place 2nd los- ing to the Pella player. Norwalk Girls Tennis The Norwalk girls ten- nis team competed in the Little Hawkeye Confer- ence meet Tuesday, May 13 in Grinnell. Sam Roemer and Sarah Roemer competed in the No. 1 doubles flight and won the title with a come- back win over Newton. The Roemer sisters were down 0-5 in the second set and won seven straight games to clinch the title, 6"- 3, 7-5 over VandePol/ Ventling of Newton. Liz Nimmo and Allison Stanley finished fourth in the No. 2 flight doubles. They defeated the Knox- ville team of Worrall/ Chrisman in the first round before falling to Pella in the semifinals. Taya Downs drew the No. 2 seed in. the No. 1 flight singles draw and lost a tough match to Lily Hamilton of Grinnell in the first round. Downs lost her second match to Anna Jaarsma of Pella to place 7th. Elly Hofrnaier finished fifth in No. 2 singles. Hofmaier defeated Sammy Thompson of Knoxville, 7-5, 6-3 to earn fifth place. Norwalk placed 5th overall as a team on the day. FOOTBALL CAMP The Norwalk High School Football Program will be offering football camps for students to leam the fundameiatals of foot- ball and to practice the ba- sic skills of the game. The kids will be instructed in the areas of running, pass- ing, catching, blocking and kicking. Members of the Norwalk High School Var- sity Football staff will be conducting the camp, along with cttrrent and former Warrior players. Participants will experi- ence the fun and excite- ment of the game of foot- ball! Students in grades K- 2nd will have Beginner Warrior Camp Wednes- day, May 28, 6:15-8 p.m. and students in grades 3rd-5th will have Little Warrior Camp Monday, June 2 and Tuesda June 3, 6:15 p.m.-8 p.m. Begin- ner Warrior Camp costs $30 and Little Warrior Camp costs $40 when you register before May 15 and $35 and $45 after May 15. Walk-ins are welcome. If you would like to partici- pate in this camp, contact Matt Ramthun at Lake- wood Elementary, 981"- 1850. S.round the year 1500, =,ter Henlein, a locksmith in Nuremberg, Germany, began producing portable timepieces known popu- lady as Nuremberg eggs. N/Warren Town and County News Norwalk School Raises $2,400 for Juvefiile Diabetes The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation's (JDRF) Walk to Cure Dia- betes was held Monday, May 12, at the fairgrounds in Des Moines. This fundraiser is held annually for TID (Type I Diabetes) research. Each year, over 13,000 children are diag' nosed in the United States with TID-formerly known as juvenile diabetes. This is equivalent to about 35 chil- dren diagnosed each and every day! Diabetes is one of the most costly chronic childhood diseases and something they will never outgrow. TlI9 causes life- long dependence on in- jected or pumped insulin, multiple blood sample testing throughout the day to monitor blood sugar levels and carries the con- stant threat of devastating complications. In support of JDRF, Lakewood Elementary pitched in to raise money! Students participated by having each classroom col- lect coins the past few weeks. They displayed amazing generosity going above and beyond bring- ing in allowances and birthday money to donate to the cause! Two class- rooms collected over $300. Lakewood also had "Hat Day" where-students paid $1 to wear a hat for the day. Teachers and staff made their donations by paying money to wear jeans for a day or two during the week. All efforts coinbined raised a total of $2,419.07. This money was divided among the three Lake- wood students with TID and donated to JDRF. LIBRARY EVENTS Sunday, May 25 SUMMER SCHEDULE BEGINS. LIBRARY CLOSED ON SUNDAYS. Monday, May 26 LIBRARY CLOSED IN OBSERVANCE OF MEMO- RIAL DAY. Wednesday, May 28 4th - 5tlr'Grade Book Club, 2-2:45 p.m. Join us for book talks, activities and snacks. Bring what you are currently reading or come to get some ideas for new reads. Norwalk Warriors Thursday, May 22, 2014 Hershey Track Meet Photos submitted. HERSHEY TRACK SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD Pictured are the Lakewooit Elementary students that received the Sportsmanship Award at the Hershey Track Meet held Friday, April 25. Left to right: Summer Pascutti, Jocelyn Bice, Cade Campbell, Kolby Green and Colby West. Photo sub- mitted. i L '"