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THE KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, MAY 4, 2017 PUBLIC NOTICES PAGE 9C HID-PRAIRIE SCHOOLS Mid-Prairie Community School District Kalona, Wellman, West Chester Mid-Prairie Central Office Commu- nity Room, Wellman, IA 52356 April 24, 2017- 7:00 p.m. www.mid-Drairie.kl 2.ia.us President Jeremy Pickard called the meeting to order. Jeremy Statler seconded the con- sent items. Motion carded 7-0. Student Learning Fund for Academic Excellence Presentations Supenntendent Schneider intro- duced the Fund for Academic Excel- lence Committee Chair, Cheryl Miller and member of the Class of 1966. Grants were awarded in the Fall of Board members present: Ga- 2016 by the committee. The recipi- bdelle Frederick, Jim Hussey, Jodi ents of the grants presented their proj- Meader, Jeremy Pickard, George ects to the BozJrd. 2016-17 has been Schaefer, Marianne Schlabach, and a pilot project. Nine proposals were Jeremy Statler. , submitted. Four of those propos- Board members absent: None.als were funded and are the subject Also Present: Mark Schneider, of the presentation. Glenda Seward, Jeff Swartzentruber Sara Puttmann, Chris Tyler, and Su- Jim Hussey moved to ad6pt the san Schweinfurth were the sponsors agenda as presented. Seconded by who presented. Seward presented Marianne Schlabach. Motion carried . on the Augmented Reality Sandbox. 7-0. Puttmann presented on the 3D Pen Public Forum for Calculus and the applications for No one spoke, student learning. Schweinfurth pre- Consent Items sented on the new camera lens pro- Marianne Schlabach moved to ap- vided for the Yearbook Class as they prove the following consent items, create the Yearbook. Tyler presented Payment of Bills on the LendingClub.com as a way to The bills as listed forApdl 24, 2017, work on finance and financial literacy and prepaid bills; , using real applications.with students. Open Enrollment Requests Miller then shared of the next phase of Clint and Nicki Miller request Wyatt the Endowment Fund and the plan to Miller (Kindergarten), attend Wellman raise additional corpus up to $250,000 Elementary from Williamsburg Com- over the next three years. munity School District for the 2017-18 Fine Arts, and Career and Techni- School Year; cal Education Programs Personnel ltems Kristen Hunter, Teacher Leader Contract issued to Ashley Barrels, Coordinator for MPCSD, introduced Middle School Math Teacher, $42,093 the agenda item: She discussed the per annum; process used to work at enhancing Contract Issued to Kara Beatty, the Fine Arts and CTE programs K High School Special Education Teach- through 12 in the District and curricu- er, $36,831 per annum; lure during this school year. Hunter Contract Issued to Daren Lambert, discussed the criteria for curriculum. Assistant Varsity Boys Golf Coach, Business, Industrial Tech, and FCS $1,150 per 2017 season; teachers shared ideas and needs for Resignation of Katherine Woods, their curriculum. Fine Arts Teach- 5th Grade Teacher Kalona Elementa- ers .shared their ideas and needs for ry, $43,583 per annum, effective end visual arts, instrumental music, and of the 2016-2017 Contract Year; vocal music. Hunter recommended Resignation of Karen Bender, ELP to the Board consideration for funding Coordinator for Elementary Students, of $64,000 for the areas that shared. $2,043 per annum, effective June 1, This would be a 7 year timeframe. 2017; This is part of the regular curriculum Fundraising Requests - None costs for 25 students per class. Presented; Jim Hussey moved to approve the University of Northern Iowa Edu- expenditures of the Projected Cur- cational Cooperative Agreement ricular Costs CTE and Fine Arts as Agreement for the 2017-18 School presented, not to exceed $64,006.40. Year for Student Teachers in the Dis- Jeremy Statler seconded the motion. trict Motion carried 7-0. Iowa Wesleyan University Stu- District Learning Program Tran- dent Teaching Agreement sition Agreement for the 2017-18 School Superintendent Schneider pre- Year for Student Teachers in the Dis- sented an update on the plan for im- trict plementing the decision for full grade level elementary school attendance will be named the Mid-Prairie Upper consistent with the wage and benefit centers beginning in the Fall of the Elementary School. package of all employees in the Dis- 2017-2018 School Year.Included The Board asked questions on a trict for 2017-18 School Year. were: number of issues in a) through h), and Jim Hussey moved to approve a) Teacher Assignments to the El- affirmed the progress already made the salary of $163,091, and benefit ementary Schools in Wellman and and reported. Naming of the Elemen- package for a total salary and benefit Kalona and to the Mid-Prairie Middle tary Schools is still under consider- package of $208,816 for the 2017-18 School. A document was shared with ation and will be revisited on May 8th School Year. Jodi Meader seconded the Board that delineates the assign- School Board meeting, the motion. Motion carried 7-0. ments for teachers for the 2017-18 Finance School Fees and Nutrition Prices School Year. All assignments have Shared Transportation Director for2017-18 been made and teachers have been Superintendent Schneider updated Business Manager Swartzentruber notified. Next task will be to assign the Board on the work being done to reviewed the proposed School Fees classrooms for all teachers. Nextstep share a Transportation Director with for 2017-18 School Year. Student will be to look at support staff and the Lone Tree and Highland School Dis- meal prices are proposed at a $0.05 process for this. tricts for the 2017-2018 School Year. increase per meal. The increase for b) Placement of the PreschoolHe shared the progression and the the 2016-17 School Year was $0.10. Classrooms. TheAdministrativeTeam proposal to hire as Transportation Di- Adult meal prices are proposed at a recommends that Preschool classes rector along with the cost and revenue $0.10 increase per meal. The milk stay within the two Elementary School benefit rationale. This is a new ar- prices stay the same. The FFA and buildings with two rooms in each build- rangement and position. Both districts FCCLA fees are changed to a dues ing representing eight sections, were interested in finding a person schedule based upon the regional, c) An update on Childcare Issues. who can provide organizational lead- state, and national dues structure, A Request for Proposal has been pre- ership for them. Each the two districts and as a result, are no longer included pared to gather proposals from out- would share 20% of the cost with Mid- on the schedule. The other proposed side childcare providers for Before/ Prairie with 60% of the efforts of the changes are to the Choir Uniform After and No School Programs for the shared Director spent on Mid-Prairie. Cleaning Fee, an increase of $0.50 town of Kalona. Adraft of this propos- George Schaefer moved to ap- from 2016-17, to $11.00 per uniform in al was shared with the School Board. prove the 28E agreement with High- 2017-18. Finally, Driver's Education The plan is to bring a proposal to the land (20%) and Lone Tree (20%) and for the Summer of 2017 is proposed Board at the May 8th meeting,a shared Transportation Director with to increase by $10.00 to $375.00. d) Kindergarten Waiver. This is still Mid-Prairie (60%) beginning in the The Board discussed in detail the Hot in development as to process and the 2017-18 School Year. Jeremy Statler Lunch price proposal, overall increas- setting of boundanes for desired out- seconded the motion. Motion car- ing good health of the Nutrition Fund comes. A boundaries proposal/rec- ried 7-0. and future needs. It was noted that ommendation will be brought by the 28E Operational Sharing Agree- the Principal of the Note Payable in transportation consultant. The Board ments the Nutrition Fund has been reduced asked for a recommendation on num- Superintendent Schneider dis-by $33;000 year to date, with the ber of sections for Kindergarten. cussed the renewal of the 28E Agree- current balance owed at $40,000 at e) Update on Transportation Issues. ment with Keota for another year for March 31, 2017. The consultant began work on pos- only the District Librarian shared at Gabnelle Frederick moved to no_.jt in- sible scenarios immediately following 20% Full Time Equivalent (FTE)--- crease the Nutrition Fees for students the last School Board meeting. There contract for hire maintained by the for 2017-18 and approve all other fees are a number of possibilities and sce- Mid-Prairie Community School Dis- as presented. Jeremy Statler sec- nados under consideration. A goal is trict; the renewal of the 28E Agree- onded the motion. Motion carried to bnng a recommendation to the May ments with Clear Creek Amana CSD 7-0. 8th School Board meeting, for a Human Resources Coordinator Board Development and Inservice f) Moving Schedule. A moving shared at 20% FTE--contractfor hire Activities schedule and strategy has been maintained bythe District, and a Build- None were noted. mapped out. Mark shared the con- ing & Grounds Director shared at 20% Announcements and Suggestions cepts of the strategy, starting June 1st FTE~-contract for hire maintained byfor Next Agenda and completed by July 18th. Clear Creek Amana; and a new 28E The next regular Board meeting will g) Physical Changes to Buildings Agreement with Sigoumey CSD for be on Monday, May 8, 2017, at 7:00 and Grounds. There are some minor an Elementary School Counselor at p.m. at the High School library. This items related to furniture. Arrange- 20% FTE; Superintendent Schneider is the only regularly scheduled School ments are being made for recess at recommended approval of these 28E Board meeting in May. Items on the the Middle School for 5th and possibly Agreements to the School Board. agenda include: Naming of the Ele- 6th Grade. Additionally, there will be Jeremy Statler moved to approve mentary Schools; Updates of District additional modifications to the Middle the four 28E Agreements for the 2017- Learning Program Transition; RSP for School. 18 School Year as presented. Mad- Childcare; andAt-Risk Presentation h) Building Name Changes. it is anne Schlabach seconded the motion. Adjournment proposed that the following name Motion carded 7-0. The meeting adjourned at 9:38p.m. changes will occur: Superintendent Salary and Ben- ,The Building where the First and efits for 2017-18 President, Jeremy Pickard Second Graders will attend in Kalona Board President Pickard reviewed Secretary, Jeffrey C. Swartzentru- will be named the Mid-Prairie Lower the analytical documentation pro- ber Elementary School. vided to the Board. Business Man- .The Building where the Third and ager Swartzentruber also commented Published in The Kalona News, Fourth Graders will attend in Wellman on the data provided and that it was Thursday, May 4, 2017 L-335 Mid-Prairie Community School CURTIS, SUSAN, SUPPLIES 225.00 FEES ..................................... 507.50 MOVING MINDS, SUPPLIES 210.48 SUPPLYWORKS, SUPPLIES ........... Vendor Totals Report by Vendor D & S SHEETMETAL INC, SERVIC-IOWA FFAASSOCIATION, FEES ..... MT PLEASANT COMM SCHOOLS .............................................. 7,210.35 41112017to413012017 ES ....................................... 8,621.25 ................................................ 583.00 FEES ..................................... 160.00 SUPREME SCHOOL SUPPLY CO, D RAND C INC, SERVICES ............. IOWA FUTURE PROBLEM SOLV- MURPHY, DERRICK, TRAVEL ......... SUPPLIES ............................... 79.63 Vendor Name ............................. Total ........................................... 14,812.54ING, FEES ............................. 195.00 ................................................ 298.80 SUROM, CHAD, SUPPLIES .. 50.00 1ST CLASS APPAREL, SUPPLIES ..DAILY IOWAN, THE, SERVICES ...... IOWA HS MUSIC ASSN, FEES .......... NATIONAL FFA ORGANIZATION, SWARTZENTRUBER, JEFF, REIM- .., ................................................. 5:00 ................................................ 501.93 ................................................ 519.35 FEES ..................................... 508.50 BURSEMENT .......................... 93.50 ACCO BRANDS USA LLC, SUP- DELONG CONSTRUCTION INC, IOWA HS SPEECHASSN, FEES ...... NELSON & CO, CARLA, SERVICES SYNCHRONY BANK/AMAZON, SUP- PLIES .................................... 180.50 SERVICES ....................... 14,813.92 ................................................ 197.00 .......................................... 29,135.43 PLIES ................................. 8,645.57 ACE ELECTRIC INC, REPAIRS ........ DOLLAR GENERAL, SUPPLIES ...... IOWA SCH FINANCE INFORMA- NIFFS NATURE NOOK, SUPPLIES. TALEBI, MOHAMED, SERVICES ..... ........................................... 55,633.10 .................................................. 27.35 TION, SERVICES .................. 239.00 .................................................. 16.00 .................................................. 57.50 ACKERSON, KENT, SERVICES ....... DRAKE RELAYS, FEES .......... 70.00 IOWA SCHOOLS EMPLOYEE BEN- NISLY, JILL, TRAVEL .............. 31.50 TANGIBLE PLAY INC, SUPPLIES .... .................................................. 72.50 DUNBAR, RUSSELL, SERVICES ..... EFITS, IJ~SURANCE ....... 115,811.28 ACME TOOLS, SUPPLIES 2,289.00 .................................................. 25.50 IOWA S~.TE UNIVERSITY, FEES .... ACTON MOBILE, SERVICES 951.00 DURANT COMM SCH DIST, SUP- . .......... #..:~4 ............................... 395.00 AERO RENTAL INC, SUPPLIES ....... PLIES ...................................... 60.00 IOWA VALLEY SCHOOLS, FEES ..... ....................................................... -S&O0- -D~N-T L-gGN3CHOOL -FEES.,..., .................................................... 75.00 AGRILAND :FS INC, FUEL, SUP- . ................................................. 30.00 ITEC, FEES ............ :.:.......: ...... 20.00 PLIES :i.-.::::': ............ :::.~:.:.::: "3;029.17 ...... E~R'DS-,-J'ASON, TRAVEL 275.40 JAY; MIKE, SERVICES...,: .... 165.00 ALYASS1RI, LATIF, SERVICES.: ...... ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING, JB REPAIR LLC, REPAIRS... 310.46 .................................................. 72.50 EQUIPMENT ....................... 8,811.40JOHNSON COUNTY REFUSE, ODDO, MICHAEL, SERVICES ......................................................... 123:25 ............................................. 1,050.00 TEACHERS PAY TEACHERS, SUP- OFFICE DEPOT, SUPPLIES... 49.56 PLIES .................................... 167.45 CLD CREAMERY THEATRE CO, TECHNOLOGY SERVICES OF IOWA FE_ES ...................................... 620.00 LLC, SUPPLIES ................ 11,203.83 CPPLIGER, BOB , SERVICES 57.50 THRAPP ELECTRIC, SERVICES ,..;-.=- CRIENTAL TRADING CO INC, SUP-. ............................................ 2,465.40 P_IES .................................... 190.86 TIMBERLINE BILLING SERVICE P~CE SUPPLY LLC, SUPPLIES ....... LLC, SERVICES ................. 1,306.83 ALL FOR KIDZ, SUPPLIES 3,787.00 ALLIANT ENERGY, UTILITIES 53.21 AMERICAN EXPRESS, SUPPLIES .. ............................................ 11,412.24 APPLE INC, SUPPLIES ... 22,295.00 ASSET GENIE INC, SUPPLIES ........ ............................................. 1,025.90 BARRON MOTOR SUPPLY, SUP- PLIES ...................................... 41.36 BEACHY, ELENA , TRAVEL .... 50.40 BEAM, MACKENZIE, SERVICES .... ................................................... 25.50 BENDER, KELBY, TRAVEL ..... 18.90 BENDER, LEANNE, PHYSICAL ....... .................................................. 24.12 BERRY, WENDY, SUPPLIES .. 16.00 BETE CO INC, CHANNING, SUP- PLIES ...................................... 63.05 BiLLUPS, RANDY, SUPPLIES 85.05 BONTRAGER, ERROL, SERVICES. ................................................ 145.00 BONTRAGER, JAYNIE, SUPPLIES.. .................................................. 50.00 BOOS, AUSTIN, REFUND ........ 1.50 BOOS, JEREMIAH, SERVICES ........ .................................................. 25.50 BRIGHTAGROTECH, SUPPLIES .... ................................................ 886.17 BROEG, KURTIS, SUPPLIES ........... ................................................ 202.50 BROWN & SAENGER, SUPPLIES ... .................................................. 25.68 BUFFALO WILD WINGS, SUPPLIES ................................................ 198.98 CAHALAN, TOM, SERVICES 190.00 CAMP COURAGEOUS, FEES .......... ................................................ 406.75 CAMPBELL, ISAACI TRAVEL 321.30 CAPITAL ONE COMMERCIAL, SUP- PLIES ...................................... 80.10 CDW GOVERNMENT INC, SUP- PLIES .................................... 158.00 CENTERPOINT ENERGY SERVIC- ES INC, SERVICES ........... 1,083.76 CHANDLER RIDGE, TRAVEL 616.28 CHILDRESS, JANICE, SUPPLIES .... ................................................ 150.00 CHRISTNER CONTRACTING INC, SERVICES ....................... 24,548.95 CINTAS CORPORATION, SERVIC- ES ............................................ 86.40 CITY SEWER SERVICE INC, SER- VICES .................................... 264.50 CJS OIL COMPANY, SUPPLIES ....... .................................................. 31.50 CLEAR CREEK AMANA COMM SCH DIST, FEES ............................. 75.00 COMMERCIAL FURNISHINGS AND MORE, EQUIPMENT ........ 8,876.00 COOK, JEFF, SERVICES ...... 72.50 COX SANITATION & RECYCLING INC, SERVICES ................. 1,268.00 CULLIGAN OF WASHINGTON, SER- VICES ...................................... 92.70 ELITE SPORTS, SUPPLIES. 488.08 FEES ..................................... 930.00 ............................................ 1,628.50TiPTON COMMUNITY SCHOOLS, EPSTEIN EDUCATIONAL ENTER- JOSTENS, SUPPLIES ............ 82.64 PEPPER & SON INC, J W , SUP- FEES ..................................... 100.00 PRISES INC, SUPPLIES ....... 105.00 JOSTENS INC, SUPPLIES ... 687.16 P.IES .................................... 285.29 TORNOW, DAVID, SERVICES .......... FANNON, JERRY, SERVICES 105.00 JUAREZ, JOSE, SERVICES .: 25.50 P'TALS FLOWER SHOP, SUPPLIES ................................................ 200.00 FARMERS ELECTRIC COOP, UTILi- JWS FOODS, SUPPLIES ...... 959.73 .............................................. 108.00 TOWNER, PAUL, SUPPLIES. 59.40 TIES ......................... . .......... 2,207.15 KALONAAUTO PARTS, SUPPLIES. PONEERATHLETICS, SUPPLIES .. U OF I HOSPITAL AND CLINICS, FOSTER, ROBIN, TRAVEL .... 114.75 .................................................. 61.88 ............................................ 1,595.00SERVICES .............................. 30.00 FREEL, MATTHEW, TRAVEL.. 66.15 FREEMAN FOODS, SUPPLIES ........ ............................................. 1,526.95 GAMBLES, SUPPLIES ............ 92.07 GENTILUOMO, SANTO, SERVICES ................................................ 167.50 GtA PUBLICATIONS, SUPPLIES ...... .................................................. 10.52 GLICK, HANNAH, SERVICES 22.50 GOLF TEAM PRODUCTS INC, SUP- PLIES ................................. 1,307.50 GOODBODY CORP, SLIM, FEES ..... ................................................ 175.75 GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF THE, SUPPLIES .......................... 2,221.74 GOODWlN SENIOR CENTER, SUP- PLIES ...................................... 42.33 GORE, MALHAR, SERVICES 57.50 GRANT WOOD AEA, SUPPLIES ...... ................................................ 296.00 GRAPHIC EDGE INC, THE, SUP- PLIES .................................. 1,608.11 GREINER, JACLYN, SUPPLIES ....... .................................................. 15.75 HALL, ETHAN, SERVICES ..... 24.00 HANCHER BOX OFFICE, FEES ....... ................................................ 279.00 HARRIS, BAILIE, SERVICES ............ ............................................. 1,500.00 HEARTLAND CUSTOM WOOD- WORKING CO, SERVICES .............. ........................................... 11,953.00 HEARTLAND HOME CARE INC, SERVICES ............ : ............ 5,000.00 HELMUTH, DOMINIC, SERVICES ... .................................................. 12.00 HERITAGE OAKS GOLF CLUB, FEES ..................................... 120.00 HERVEY, BRIAN .................. 499.50 HIM HEARTH-N-HOME COOKING, SERVICES ......................... 2,104.00 HOBBY LOBBY, SUPPLIES.. 439.01 HOLIDAY INN & SUITES AT JORDAN CREEK, TRAVEL ................... 665.28 HOLLAND MICHAEL RAIBER & SIT- TIG PLC, LEGAL FEES ........... 96.00 HOME GAS |NC, REPAIRS 1,306.27 HUGHES, DON , SUPPLIES 144.00 HUSSEY, JEAN , SUPPLIES .. 47.25 I WIRELESS, TELEPHONE .... 20.48 INFRASTRUCTURE TECHNOLOGY, SERVICES ......................... 4,700.10 INTEGRITY TEST & BALANCE, SER- VICES ................. ................ 4,906.75 IOWA BOOK & SUPPLY, SUPPLIES ................................................ 123.72 IOWA CHORAL DIRECTORS ASSN, KALONA. BUILDERS SUPPLY CO, SUPPLIES ............................... 93.97 KALONA COACHES LLC, SERVIC- ES ....................................... 1,550.00 KALONA COOP TECHNOLOGY CO, TELEPHONE ...................... 1,274.75 KALONA GOLF CLUB, FEES ......... .. ............................................. 1,300.00 KALONA NEWS, THE, SUPPLIES..: ................................................ 715.74 KALONA OIL CO, FUEL ........ 242.16 KALONA POST & FRAME LLC, SUP- PLIES .................................... 496.08 KALONA, CITY OF, WATER 491.80 KALONIAL LAWN CARE, SERVICES ............................................. 1,085.00 KEHOE, NORA, SUPPLIES ..... 8.10 KELL SPORTING GOODS, SKEE- TER, SUPPLIES ................ 1,296.00 KEOTA COMM SCHOOL DIST, FEES ............................................ 6,135.77 KIRKVVOOD COMMUNITY COL- LEGE, FEES ....................... 1,892.80 KLEESE, MARK, TRAVEL ........ 7.65 KUENSTER HEATING & AIR LLC, SERVICES ......................... 1,751.85 LEGO EDUCATION, SUPPLIES...I... ................................................ 286.60 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INS CO, THE, INSURANCE ............. 2,785.88 LINN MARR HIGH SCHOOL, FEES. ................................................ 100.00 LISTON, CHUCK, SERVICES .......... ................................................ 495.00 MACKIN EDUCATIONAL RESOURC- ES, SUPPLIES ...................... 316.01 MAHASKA BOTTLING CO, SUP- PLIES .................................... 273.00 MALICHKY, CYNTHIA, ADM. CHANGE ............................... 300.00 MANN COMPANIES, HORACE, IN- SURANCE ............................... 83.65 MARCO, SERVICES ............. 204.97 MARTIN BROTHERS DISTRIBUT- ING CO INC, SUPPLIES.. 23,801.19 MEADER, CHRISTY, SERVICES ...... ................................................ 100.00 MEADER, EMILY, TRAVEL ...... 78.75 MECHANICAL SERVICE INC, SER- VICES ................................ 11,865.28 MEDIACOM, SERVICES ......... 14.16 MENARDS, SUPPLIES ...... 2,448.41 MENDOZA, VICTOR, SERVICES ..... .~ ................................................ 95.00 MILLER, LORNA, SERVICES 35.00 MONTICELLO COMMUNITY SCHOOLS, FEES .................... 49.48 P~,AIRIE FARMS DAIRY INC, SUP- VOYAGER SOPRIS LEARNING, P.IES ................................. 3,587.40 SUPPLIES ......................... L... 120.89 PJSEY, KATHRYN ........................... WADE, ELLA, SERVICES ...... 22.50 ................................................ 25.20 WALMART COMMUNITY, SUPPLIES PJTNAM MUSEUM & IMAX THE- . ........................................... 1,228.19 A'RE, FEES .......................... 491.40 WAPELLO HIGH SCHOOL, FEES .... QJALTRICS LLC, SUPPLIES ............................................................. 75.00 ............................................ 3,000.00 WASHINGTON CO PUBLIC HEALTH, QJILLCORP, SUPPLIES... 2,467.29 SERVICES .............................. 50.00 R~IM, SHEILA,'SUPPLIES .... 66.60 WASHINGTON COMMUNITY THE- R-ALITYWORKS INC, SERVICES... ATER, SUPPLIES .................. 138.50 ............................................... 128.00 WASHINGTON COUNTY MINI BUS, R'ALLY GOOD STUFF INC, SUP- SERVICES ............................ 161.00 PJES ..................................... 118.78 WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL, RCOVER HEALTH SERVICES, FEES ....................................... 85.00 S'RVICES ............................ 370.50 WATER SHOP INC, THE, SUPPLIES R'GIONS BANK, SUPPLIES ...... ~ ..................................................... 256.05 ............................................ 1,605.26 WATERS, TERRY ................. 233.56 RE.NAISSANCE LEARNING INC, WEAMER ELECTRIC LLC, SERVIC- SJPPLIES ............................. 273.00 ES ......... : ................................ 262.00 RVERSIDE CASINOAND GOLF RE- WELLMAN AUTO PARTS, SUP- S3RT, FEES ............................ 60.00 PLIES ...................................... 20.30 RVET, CHRIS, SERVICES ..... 19.50 WELLMAN COOP TELEPHONE RJSSELL, EYASU, SERVICES 57.50 ASSN, TELEPHONE .......... 3,897.32 S& S WORLDWIDE INC, SUPPLIES WELLMAN FARM CENTER, SUP- ..................................... .` ........ 239.15 PLIES ...................................... 36.19 SkUNDERS, BOB, SERVICES ......... WELLMAN GOLF CLUB, FEES ........ ............................................ .... 165.00 ............................................. 2,000.00 S3HLABAUGH, JACK, SERVICES .. WELLMAN, CITY OF, UTILITIES ...... .......................... ~ ....................... 24.00 ............................................. 3,382.77 SOHOOL BUS SALES CO, SUP- WELTER, HANK,TRAVEL ..... 26.10 PLIES ................... . ............. 1,315.19 WEST BRANCH ROOFING, SERVIC- SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC, SUP- ES ....................................... 7,357.95 PLIES ...................................... 62.63 WEST LIBERTY COMM SCH DIST, SENTS, ISAIAH, SERVICES.. 22.70 SUPPLIES ........... : ................... 50.00 SHARON TELEPHONE CO, TELL- WEST MUSIC CO INC, SUPPLIES .. PHONE .................................. 298.76 ................................................ 997.88 SHIVE HATTERY INC, FEES ............ WESTSIDE AUTO, SERVICES ......... ........................................... 17,767.44 ............................................. 1,551.92 SKATETIME SCHOOL PROGRAMS, WILLIAMSBURG COMM SCH DIST, RENTALS ........................... 2,560.00 FEES ..................................... 130.00 SOCCER.COM, SUPPLIES .. 219.83 WOOD CONSTRUCTION INC, SER- SOLON COMM SCH DIST, FEES ..... VICES .................... ~ ............ 5,760.00 .................................................. 40.00 YODER, TRENT, SERVICES ........... SORRELL GLASS, REPAIRS 888.44 ............................................. 1,500.00 STANDARD PEST CONTROL, SER- YOTTYS INC, SUPPLIES ...... 302.11 VICES .................................... 189.00 ZDAN, KEIKO, SUPPLIES... 288.00 STAPLES ADVANTAGE, SUPPLIES ZIGLER, ALEX, SERVICES ... 25.50 ......................................... ....... 129.02 ZOGG & ASSOCIATES, SERVICES. STAPLES CREDIT PLAN, SUPPLIES ............................................. 1,700.00 ............................................ 1,855.35 Total ...... : .......................... 554,817.92 STATE HYGIENIC LABORATORY, SERVICES .............................. 12.50 Published in The Kalona News, STUTZMAN, BEAU, SERVICES ....... Thursday, May 4, 2017 L-419 .................................................. 22.50 SUMMIT COMPANIES, SERVICES.. ................................................ 280.00 PROBATE THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT WASHINGTON COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF LAURENE CARTER, Deceased, Probate No. ESPR006936, NOTICE OF PROOF OF WILL WITHOUT AD- MINISTRATION. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of LAURENE CARTER, De- ceased, who died on or about Novem- ber 15, 2016: You are hereby notified that on December 9, 2016, the last will and testament of LAURENE CARTER, deceased, bearing date of the June 23, 1997, and a First Codicil to the Last Will and Testament of LAURENE CARTER dated June 27, 2003, was admitted to probate in the above named court and there will be no present administration of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the secqnd publication of this notice or one modth from the date of mailing of this no- tice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identi- ties are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Dated on December 9, 2016. Dennis Beckler Proponent Tracy Anderson, ICIS PIN No: AT0000476 Attorney for estate 201 5th Street PO Box 848 Kalona, IA 52247-0848 Published in The Kalona News Thursday, May 4, 2017. L-43 Date of second publication in The Kalona News Thursday, May 11, 2017 THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT WASHINGTON COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ES- TATE OF LUELLA G. HARLAND, De- ceased, Probate No. ESPR006994, NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of LUELLA G. HARLAND, De- ceased, who died on or about March 31, 2017: You are hereby notified that on April 13, 2017, the last will and testament of LUELLA G. HARLAND, deceased, bearing date of February 29, 1980, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Lee Allen Har- land was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the sec- ond publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identi- ties are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all per- sons indebted to the estate are re- quested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to oc- cur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated April 12, 2017 Lee Allen Hadand Executor of Estate 2115 Johnson Washington Rd Kalona, IA 52247 Tracy Anderson, ICIS PIN No: AT0000476 Attorney for executor 201 5th St PO Box 848 Kalona, IA 52247-0848 Published in The Kalona News Thursday, April 27, 2017. L-58 Date of second publication in The Kalona News Thursday, May 4, 2017. iiiiiii!i!iiiii!iiiiiiiii'%iii~iiiiiiiiii~iiiiiiiiiiiiil J