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7 Thursday, November 19, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page Five f Norwalk 4-H All Stars Warren County Extension Clover Kids club created Marshmallow shooters under the direction of Nicole Davidson. Not only did they have fun creating this craft, but they learned elements of physics, since the marshmallow followed the curves inside their shooter to find its way out no matter what method they used to build their shooter! For additional information and to join the fun in Clover Kids call Andrea Palmer, County Youth Coordinator 515-961-6237. Marshmallow Shooters Group. Photo submitted. Will Bennett made Halloween Dirt Cups. Photo sub- mitted. Mary Graham Observing 95th Birthday The family of Mary Graham invites you to par- ticipate in a card shower to celebrate her 95th birthday Monday, Nov. 23. Please help us give her a birthday to remember by filling her mailbox with birthday wishes! A Fantastic shopping event. DES MOINES, IOWA Fri. 5-9; Sat. 9-5; Sun. 10-4 [ ADM. Just $7.00 T FREE PARKING 1 10 & under free Free Shuttle Bus I( ) / Service from North / 13-day re-entry stamp/ Pa.r.king. Lot on | li. Over 325 Talented Exhibitors Present & Sell 1,000's of Unique Creations. this ad to show for $1.00 OFF One Admission The regular meeting of the Norwalk 4-H All Stars was held Sunday, Oct. 4, at the Norwalk Easter Public library. The meeting was called to order by President Emily Bergan. Taylor Bergan led the Pledge of Alle- giance. Roll Call was answered by six members, stating their most memorable Halloween costume. Taylor Bergan read the minutes of the last meeting. The Treasurer's report was read by Nicole Alexander. Sara Bennett read the newsletter. For new business, we talked about community service ideas, participating in Meals for theHeartland making tie blankets, and visiting the ARL. Nicole Alexander made a motion to adjourn the meeting and Sara Bennett seconded it. Nicole Alexander led the 4-H pledge. Will Bennett did a demonstration this month, on making Halloween Dirt Cups. Nicole Alexander provided treats. Free Public Lands Passes for 4th Graders Attention all 4th grad- ers! Thanks to a recent White House initiative, Federal Land Manage- ment agencies are offering you (and your families) the opportunity to visit our federal public lands and waters for free during the 2015-16 school year. After completing the online ac- tivity, families may pick up their pass at Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge in Prairie City, Iowa. Check out for all of the details. The Every Kid in a Park initiative was created to encourage families to get out and explore our na- tional parks, forests, wild- life refuges, and historical and cultural sites. Federal public lands belong to all Americans and are here for your recreation and enjoyment. In Iowa alone there are 5 National Wild- life Refuges, a National Historic Site, a National Monument, and 7 Army Corps of Engineer recre- ation areas. The Every Kid in a Park pass allows you free access to these and so much more. The Every Kid in a Park pass is free and available at www.everykidina The pass is good for the 2015-16 school year with an expiration date of August 31, 2016. We en- courage children, parents, and educators to visit the website for more informa- tion. This offer provides an excellent opportunity for our 4th grade kids and their families to experience and appreciate our natural and historical treasures.