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Page Ten N/Warren Town and County News Thursda} December 12, 2013 thank you for sale The David Mineart Family English Corsair living room wishes to give a heartfelt group, couch, love seat, 2 Thank You to the Norwalk end tables, 2 lamps, great Football Team and their condition. $300, phone coaches, to the Norwalk 515-256-8931. Community School Staff, - to PEI members, to Father Action figures for sale. Just John Ludwig and the St. in time for the holidays. Low John the Apostle Commu- prices. X-Men, DC, Image, nity, to Eric O'Leary and Hercules, Star Wars and staff, to our neighbors, to Lord of the Rings. 1993 all the athletes and stu- and up. Call or text: 515- dents who had Dave as a 210-0550 or emaih teacher and coach, and the rc.huff69 @ whole wonderful Norwalk community for your cards, Pearl River baby grand pi- flowers, food, hugs, mes- ano. Four years old, one sages, donations to the user, black lacquer finish, Dave Mineart 12th Manimmaculate condition. Memorial Fund and for car- Price is $3,500 and nego- ing during our time of sad- tiable. Serious inquiries ness at the loss of our hus- only. Please call 981-5301. band, father, grandfather and Coach. Norwalk Warrior Spirit- LibbyMineart, wear-Shop online at KathyVitale, or call Laurie Mineart,953-6306. Tim Mineart, - John Mineart, services Scott Mineart The Repair Shop, "any- thing with an engine." Au- announcements tomobite, heavy truck, in- Norwalk Food Pantry, Io- dustrial, agricultural and cated at New Life Lutheran small engines. Call Mike Church, 4380 Wakonda 515-850-1088. Dr is open every Wednes- day from 5 to 7 p.m. for lo- cal residents. Seamstress can do alter- ations, work with lycra fab- ric, sequins, beading and employment custom costumes. Call Drivers: Flatbed. Newer Lynne at285-0604. Equipment W/APU Excel- - lent Pay Package & Ben- Downs Pest Control And efits W/Top Incentives. Property Maintenance Avg. Miles 2500-3000 Ex- Spiders, ants, wasps, tra Stop & Tarping Pay roaches, bed bug treat- Consistent Home Time. ments, termite work. We CDL-A, 25 yoa & 2 yrs re- also offer property mainte- cent OTR exp. 855-219- nance such as debris re- 5996. moval, mold testing, snow and lawn care, demo work Immediate openings at the Des Moines Airport for part-time Customer Service Agents. Earn $9.25/ hour plus flight benefits. Duties include: loading/un- loading luggage, ticket counter, gate, assisting pas- sengers, cleaning planes, learning all functions/cross training. Must be able to lift 501bs, attend training and be available to work inside/outside, any shift AM or PM, weekends and holidays. Must have basic computer skills, a valid driver's license with a good driving record, and be able to pass a criminal back- ground check and drug screen. Only committed ap- plicants with a positive attitude and a professional image need apply. Please send your resume to DSl or visit our website at and roofing. 515-309-2089, repairs, product sales, re- www.down .com, lining, tuck-pointing and more. Call Clean CutTree Service Climbing Boys Removals, trimming, Chimney Cleaning stump grinding, brush Tim Mineart cleanup, fully equipped 689-9077 and insured. Free consul tations, 981-0511. Patava Concrete Taking orders for tearouts, Fireplace patios, replacement, new Chimney Servicing construction, driveways, Annual servicing of your garage slabs. FREE ESTI- chimney system keeps MATES. Call Matt Palen, your family safe and your 210-1284 or Tim Patava, home in good repair. We 210-1285. offer inspections, cleaning, - Extension Continuing Education Warren County Extension will host a reshow of the Pest Control Operators Continuing Instructional Course (CIC) for commercial pesticide applicators Wednesday; Dec. 18, beginning at 9:30 a.m at 909 West Second Ave Suite E, in Indianola. The registration fee is $70. The 2013 course will provide continuing instructional credit for commercial pesticide applicators certified in categories 7A, 7B, 8 and 10. The course will cover topics such as bed bug and termite treatment options, rodent control, ant baiting, safe wildlife management and Iowa pesticide laws and regulations. A Fumigation Continuing Instructional Course will be shown at 11:30 a.m immediately following the Pest Control CIC. The reshow fee for Fumigation is $45 pay- able to Warren County Extension. The 2013 course will provide continuing instructional credit for commercial pesticide applicators certified in categories 7C (Fumigation) and 10 (Demonstration and Research). The course will cover topics including safe handling of phosphine, pest identification, effective grain fumigation and laws and regulations. Call Extension at 515-961-6237 to register. Norwalk Hardware Collecting Food and Toys Norwalk Hardware, 729 Main St is once again a drop-off site for the col- lection of new toys for members of the Norwalk Ministerial Association to distribute to area children this Christmas. Non-perishable food items are also being col- lected for the Norwalk Food Pantry at New Life Lutheran Church, 4380 Wakonda Dr. LIBRARY HOURS Monday - Thursday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday, 1 - 5 p.m. Closed Sundays (Memorial Day-Lat r Day) "Grand" new place, same classic taste/ 2025 Grand Ave West Des Moines 225-4842 Tuesday Evening Special: Chicken Dinner $9.95 Wednesday Evening Special: 1/2 Off any size Pizza - close Tues. - Fri 11 a.m. - close; Sat 4 p.m. New items available on lunch menu/ I Kick Bad Food Habits (NAPS)--Here's a sur- prising fact: Not only do drugs and alcohol alter your brain chemistry in ways willpower can't control, but so does the wrong food. However, most people don't see food addiction as akin to substance abuse. Fortunately, help may be at hart& Based on a scientific study by Scripps Research Institute, renowned addictive behavior expert Dr. Mike Dow wrote "Diet Rehab: 28 Days to Finally Stop Craving the Foods That Make You Fat," published by Avery--a spe- cifically designed diet plan that slowly replaces bad foods and behav- iors good -~ foods andbe- [~A~B. haviors. When you ~i~ eat fatty ~~ sugary foods, or Dr. Dow ex- plains, your A new book brain releases describes an asu~eoffeel- easy-to-follow good chemi- lifestyle to help cals. Event- you beat foo l ually, it takes addiction and more and create balance more just to and happiness feel normal. in all areas of Instead, he life. says, you can use gradual detox to harness the power of your brain chemistry as you reatore your proper weight, bal- ance, energy and well-being. There's no calorie count- ing and you won't feel de- prived. You can continue eat- ing your favorite snacks but after 28 days on this plan, you won't want to as much. GOVERNMENT IN ACTION Concluded from p. 1 Item 12. Council approved a resolution accepting improvements at The Ridge at Echo Valley Plat 3. The area is located east of Echo Ridge and north of Beardsley. Item 13. Council approved a resolution authorizing the city to submit an application for funding from the Des Moines Area Metropolitan Planning Organization for Federal Surface Transportation Program funds for the Sub-Area One Transportation Study Project. John Heggen, Community Development Director, advised this is for planning purposes only. He feels it is impor- tant to begin the process to study and plan the area with more in-depth analysis. If the city is awarded the funds, Norwalk would contribute $25,000 and the grant would be for $50,000 making the total cost for the project at $75,000. ARBOR DAY REPLANTING EFFORTS The Arbor Day Foundation is planting 50,000 trees in Blackwater River State Forest with the continued gen- erous support of Canon U.S.A Inc. Since 200% Canon U.S.A.'S contributions to the Arbor Day Foundation have contributed to the planting of more than 250,000 trees in high-need national forests. Located in Florida's Northwest panhandle, Blackwa- ter River State Forest is the latest forest to benefit from Canon's support. Blackwater is one of the largest for- ests in the state, encompassing approximately 213,000 acres. It is one of the most diverse habitats with more than 100 species of plants and animals to be found on a quarter of an acre in the U.S. It is the central piece to the largest remaining contiguous tract of longleaf pine/ wiregrass ecosystem in the world. "The Blackwater River State Forest Recovery Cam- paign is about bringing life back to Northwest Florida," said Dan Lambe, Arbor Day Foundation vice president of programs. "These trees are part of the long and im- portant history of the people and land of this state. We thank Canon for years of generous support of our Nation's Forests and remind folks that for just $1 per tree, or about $500 per acre, supporters can make a big difference at any level." The newly planted trees help provide critical habitat for an array of wildlife including the black bear and river otter. The trees also help bring the endangered red- cockaded woodp ,ker and Kirfland's Warbler back from the brink. Other forests in which trees were planted with the continued generous support of Canon contributions since 2009 include Bayfield County Forest in Wiscon- sin, Manchester State Forest in South Carolina and John Bethea State Forest in Florida. America's forests are a treasured legacy threatened by insects, disease and devastating wildfires. This year, the Foundation planted nearly five million trees in our nation's forests through partnerships with the U.S. For- est Service and the National Association of State For- esters, with far-reaching impact throughout the coun- try. The generosity of supporters like Canon U.S.A. has made it possible for the Foundation to plant 40 million trees in total through more than 250 projects, recently expanding our work to include a growing number of state forests. "We are proud to not only have reached our goal of contributing to the planting of 50,000 trees in the Black- water River State Forest, but be able to leave a greener footprint in our community," said Sam Yoshida, vice president and general manager, Marketing, Business Imaging Solutions Group, Canon U.S.A. These new trees help restore life and vitality to the land. More than 180 million Americans rely on drink- ing water from forests and replanting helps rain and snowmelt soak into soil and halt erosion around lakes, streams and reservoirs. The trees help mitigate the im- pact of climate change by absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and replacing it with pure oxygen. PHOTO PRINTING is a full commercial printer. Call us for your flyers, letterhead, envelopes, brochures, magazines, Free newsletters, books, etc. Estimates. Photo Printing, Inc. 210 S. 1st St Carlisle, IA 50047 t 515-989-3251 t