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Ottumwa Courier (Newspaper) - July 11, 2015, Ottumwa, Iowa Ottumwa courier $1.50 Southeast Iowa s Best newspaper saturday july la 2015 in local 8423 vie for 4-h crowns in religion 85new pastor joins family tradition in sports 81ohs by clinches share of metro Crow seniors Benefit from feeding program by Danielle Lunsford tourer staff writer Ottumwa a for seniors 60 years old or better who Are Balking to spend More time socializing and less time tidying up the Kitchen milestones area Agency on aging has the perfect lunchtime option. Cruise up to annual car show by Megan Berberich Coiner staff writer Ottumwa a next weekend the Bridge View Center parking lot will be filled w till hundreds of cars and trucks for the Vintage cruisers of Southeast Iowa so memories of 2015�?� 18th annual car show. The event kicks off from 5-8 . July 17 for a Friday night cruise at Hie Beach Ottumwa. There w ill be giveaways Root liver floats and fun for the entire family. According to Dale Essick one of the coordinators of the car show they Are expecting 30-50 cruisers that night. A we Are expecting a lot of families to show up. Especially because the 4-h expo is right across the Street at Bridge View and a lot of families like to come Over and look at the Friday is just a glimpse of the action. With 35 entries in Essick is excepting a total of 125-150 cars on saturday. Participants can Register from 8-11 . The show amp Shine occurs from 9 . To 3 ., and voting occurs after they be cleaned up their vehicles Between la . And 2 . There Are More than 30 classes and nine a Best of show Quot categories including a Best of show car a Quot Best of show truck a a a Best paint a Quot Best engine a a Best Interior Quot a Lions club pick a a a mayor a pick a a police chiefs pick and Quot Best rat there will be games for the Day and the award ceremony will take place at 3 . Quot we have people coming a Long ways for the show a a said Essick. Quot people come from All Over the state and please see cruise Page a on weekdays a group of nearly 20 regulars enjoy Friendly conversation with their Peers Over a Home style meal. The senior nutrition Center hosted inside the local knights of Columbus offers Community members a convenient and nutritional meal for a Small Cost. A your food is really Good and its All cooked at the Oskaloosa site and measured out so they know the nutritional value of what they re eating said general nutrition manager Vanessa Jackson. Delicious meals from pot Mast to potato crusted fish files an served Between 11 15 . And 12 30 . Monday through Friday. The meals on location Are offered for a Low Cost or for free if an individual cannot afford the suggested donation rate. Senior nutrition centers serve menus full of foods approved by a registered dietician to meet one third of the dietary reference intakes for older adults. These Low fat and Low sodium meals All conform to the dietary guidelines. Jackson says that although the food is pretty tasty her regular diners also see a variety of additional benefits. Everyday the tables fill with groups jamming together for of friends who enjoy getting out of the House to engage in stimulating conversation or receive sup Mirt in times of need. A i love everything about this Job Quot said Jackson. Quot i know everyone that comes in Here on a personal please see seniors. Page a6 moving turf stirs debate niner not making friends with soccer Community by Wanda Moeller Carer editor Ottumwa a councilman Mitch niner left no doubt in the minds of those attending this past weeks City Council meeting he a against storing the City a indoor soccer turf in a none ii mate con trolled storage Semi trailer. Scott i Wallgren the new executive director approached City fathers last week seeking permission to relocate the turf from inside storage to the outside storage trailer or to another off site storage in another City owned building. Quot its a Nice asset to said Hallgren. Who recommended the City hang on to the turf. A however it does take up a significant amount of space w Hen its Only used Canale lire Crotta goner Rebecca Kot Yohn who volunteers plenty of her time mentoring area youth Watts for master of ceremonies Jim Wingman to read her name during the 32nd annual governor s Volunteer awards ceremony Friday on the Indian Hills Community Cones Campus. Two Day forecast today 70 percent Chance of showers and thunderstorms mainly before 9 . Mostly Cloudy with a High near 84. Rainfall Between a Quarter and half of an Inch. Tonight. A 50 percent Chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly Cloudy with a Low around 71. Rainfall Between a Quarter and half of an Inch. Sunday. A 20 percent Chance of showers and thunderstorms before i . Mostly sunny with a High near 91. Heat Index up to 103. Sunday night. A so percent Chance of showers and thunderstorms after i am partly Cloudy with a Low around 72. Weather Page a6 a3., Al. A5____ Ai bibs. B4____ Index saturday courier loud is. Obituaries by Busine open c1.c2.real.estate weather c2-c5.c0omsifteds sports i a comics 6 sniff a Cuau i i nth us a news Moco a Nulu Maia a %5 s Vine Ottumwa a 641 684-6537 wow Mai Rauto com Bank financing available too. 211 Sluck Lucerne Chi 4 or maroons beige leather int 6 Cyl automatic 2 227 Mac Power heated seats heated steering weel pm Rado i owner a pipe pm pm 201 Chevy Malibu Maroon w Gray int automatic cruise tut. Brakes cd pm pm 2014 Ford fusion Saver a Black leather int v-6 automatic a is pm pm pm Tat cruise co seats 15 years Wanda Moek the Conner see who kicked off the 15th season of South Ottumwa savings Bank a live after five concerts at Central Park on Friday night. John Deere Ottumwa works was the evening s sponsor. Live after five continues for the next four fridays. Next week s featured band is the Blue band. Please see turf. Page a6 governor praises Impact of volunteerism by Danieli Lunsford Carer staff Niter Ottumwa a for the last month gov. Terr Branstad has been travelling across the state honouring hundreds of volunteers for their selfless work during the 32nd annual governor s Volunteer awards ceremonies. The last Stop was Indian Hills Community colleges Ottumwa Campus Friday morning where he Shux it a hands and posed for photos with approximately 50 local recipients. A this gives us an Opportunity to have a statewide award for All of these important said Branstad As he addressed the group. Quot we Are Here today to Honor and recognize the volunteers that have helped their Community and fellow citizens of the state accomplish extraordinary and astonishing things in an Effort to improve the Quality of life for All the award was created when Bra stand first took office in 1983 As a Way for state government agencies to Honor volunteers. Since then the award has expanded to include local government counties school districts As Well As Iowa nonprofits and other charitable organizations. Coordinated by the Iowa commission on Volunteer service the award is a Low Cost w a to Honor local volunteers on a state level. Recipients must have benefited fellow iowans or an Iowa organization volunteers May he selected for an award in several categories including individual and group for exceptional work during disaster Relief or a honouring a substantial length of service Community members off please see Impact Page a

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