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Page 4A Community Calendar 19,26 October 19 Eldercare clinic at the Hills Community Building to interpret symptoms of aging and do basic health maintenance and preventative services (blood pressure, blood glucose, etc.) 11:15 a.m.-noon. Divorce Support Group meets Thursday evenings at 7-8:30 p.m. at Kalona Mennonite Church. Anyone is welcome. For more information call 319-656-2736. 25 Spouse/Partner Group (facilitated) for anyone experiencing the loss of a spouse or partner, especially for newly bereaved. Open to anyone, anytime. Meets twice a month from 4-5:15 p.m., Fanning Room, Mercy Medical Plaza, Iowa City. 23,30 Depressed Anonymous Core Group meets at St. Lukes Hospital, Cedar Rapids, room #156 from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. and also at the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Coralville from 7:30 to 9 p.m. 24,31 T.O.P.S. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meets at Full Gospel Church, 1103 J Ave., Kalona. Weigh-in at 5:1 5, meeting at 5:45 p.m. 19,26 Divorce Support Group meets Thursday evenings at 7-8:30 p.m. at Kalona Mennonite Church. Anyone is welcome. For more information call 319-656-2736. HAVE ANY UPCOMING MEETINGS OR EVENTS YOU'D LIKE TO PUBLISH IN THE COMMUNITY CALENDAR? WE'D BE GLAD TO INCLUDE THEMI JUST FAX US AT 319-656-2299, E-MAIL TO KNEWS@KCTC.NET OR MAIL THEM TO THE KALONA NEWS, PO Box 430, KALONA, IA 52247, * From ge 1A - UNITED FUND and mail it with a donation to United Fund of Kalona, E O. Box 222, and Kalona, Iowa 52247. All of the agencies supported by the United Fund benefit the commu- nity. For example, the First Responders provide emergency ser- vices, the Kalona Food Panty offers food to any in need, and Hospice of Washington County offers medical as well as support services to the ter- minally ill. The Washington County Chapter of the American Red Cross provides a variety ol  help, especial- ly in times of disaster. The local effort needs more mem- bers, and anyone interested in join- ing the committee may call Lori Minor at 319-656-2599. Solicitors Suzanne Yoder, Wendy Mayer, Jim Speas, Marcia Watkins, Kathryn Slaubaugh, Edna Brenneman,Diane Brenneman, Mary Zielinski, Sheila Ouverson,Velma Skola, Mabel Schumann, Wanda Beachy, Louise Sattler Lambert & Doriene Neill, Shirley Grimm, Pat Allen, Eileen Yotty, Linda Schnoebelen, Kevin Lammer, Iva Showalter, Jeanette Peck, Vicki Ropp, Jo Ellen Erickson, Sarah Miller Bev Slabach, Edwin V. Miller, Ardith Ropp, Deanna Griffith, Todd Fizsenry, Margi Teets, Joyce Mattes, Vera Yoder Cindy Caddie, Rene Kaalberg, Sheila Knecht, Ann Yotty, Dawn Spicher, Norman Schrock, Rosanna Marner, Janette Slaubaugh Karen Harvey, Earl Fry, Ada Fisher, Mary Hochstetler, Rosie & Dave Koerner, Rosalee & Aaron Baxter Imogene Schlabaugh, Anne Skaden, Dave Groh, Pat Anderson, Verda Troyer, Mrs. Howard Webster, Deb Swartzendruber, Mary Jo Smith, Wava Reschly Mary Jo Yotty, Judy Yoder, Joyce Ropp, Pat McHenry, Carolyn Brennenman, Chuck Gustafson, Melanie Miller, Kathy Bender, Jean Thomas, Jan Swartzendruber, Patsy King, Sue Troyer, Loft TeBockhorst, Mary Brenneman, Margaret Miller, Michele Sieren, Ai Coblentz, Valli Kempf, Doreen Schlabaugh, Joyce Billups, Judy Showalter, Carrie Miller, Dave Skaden, Norma Wright, Lou Stumpf, Jenny Riddle Rachel Kemp, Elda Way, Mark Hoffman, Gloria Hochstedler, Ron Slechta, Marlin Miller, Fred Yoder, Nancy Reif, Kim Barthelman, Judy Yoder, Meg Scarf-f, Charlie Yoder, Brenda Herington, Tina Hershberger, Leann Rediger, Loft Minor, Dick Oyer Scouts set October 28 Little Spooks event The Hawkeye Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America will hold its 14 th annual Little Spooks Children's Day activities Saturday, October 28 from 1-3 p.m. at Howard H. Cherry Scout Reservation, Camp Wakonda . near Central City. i This activity is for youth, ages 10 and younger. A short trail walk is designed with Halloween games and activities. Follow the trail, play the .games and collect the prizes. :Costumes are welcome, but optional. ." Cost is $3 per "Little Spook" with accompanying adults admitted free. All proceeds benefit camping and program opportunities for young :!i people in Boy Scout programs. L * From page 1A - SUPERVISORS congressional representatives to work for a return of the federal rev- enue sharing program that existed prior to 1983. Such funds would go a long way to building a new jail, he noted. Sub-division regulation All four candidates also are in agreement that the county will need to address possible rural sub-divi- sion regulations, even to the point of looking at county zoning. However, News they differ in approach and extent with DeL'ong noting that the county "needs some type of regulations about rural sub-divisions." Schneider said some kind of guidelines are needed, "but not like Johnson County where they tell you just what kind of house you can build." "We would developed a sub-divi- sion regulation to fit Washington County," said Stout, stressing it is an issue that needs study and careful consideration. Murphy agreed that the issue has to be examined, and stressed that "this is an agricultural community," that urbanizing rural land is not a good move. Taxes All four voiced concerns about taxes, especially in view of this year's large increase brought about by state-ordered reevaluation and a 13 percent equalization order. The need to meet existing needs, as well as providing for unexpected costs was noted, particularly in the areas of mental health and other social services. Stout also explained that the county has to have a carry- over (from fiscal year to fiscal year) to cover the three months "when we receive tax money." All four ranked budget planning and tight fiscal measures as impor- tant. All four candidates will take part in the Kalona News sponsored debate set for Monday, October 23, in the downtown Chamber of Commerce Building. However, the time has changed to 6:30 to 9 p.m., to permit additional time for the four Iowa State House candidates to take part. The four are Republican Betty ,'UmJ ......................... , I I I I i Date I I I I ' I (WE) HEREBY PLEDGE ' I I ' UNITED FUND l I I , KALONA, IOWA , I I I I i Total Paid rqCash n Check i I I I I I "" "ignamre of subscriber i I I i Solicitor i I I Ih mid iml ii iml um mw i i i i i m mi m no iN mm Iml mm m i n m i u i m m m Benefit Dinner and Silent Auction for Jim & Jacque Cayton Family Saturday, October 21 st Mid-Prairie Middle School Kalona, Iowa Doors open at 4:00 p.m. Barbeque Pork Sandwich Dinner served from 4:00,9:00 p.m. Silent Auction from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. (Items may be picked up after 8:00 p.m.) Adults: $6.00 Children 5-10:$3.00 Children under 5: Free All proceeds go to the family of Jacque Cayton to help cover medical expenses associated with Jacque's recent bone marrow transplant. De Boef of New Sharon and Democrat Rose Jaynes of Brighton, both seeking the 96  District House seat, and Republican Sandy Greiner of Keota and Democrat William Kuntz of Sigourney, seeking the 48  District Senate seat. County jail count As of October 16, the prisoner count for Washington County was 21 with 15 boarded at Muscatine County at a cost of $65.90 per day per prisoner, four at Mahaska The Kalona hal 00raft & Sat., October 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. B-4 Building 405 B Ave., Kalona * 319-65 County at a cost of $55 per day and two in Van Buren County at a cost Jff> ',_ Richmond of0000O00er00ay0000erearewo prisoners with ankle bracelets. The 1_(1(( ]I (12) running cost tally, to date, is  5:30 We invite you to stop in and select a gift for that special couplel JT,,/Jg,)q !" e.   ::::i!ii} }::::i  i::/i!N1:.iiNii:#:i::/i::i::i::i::if Free Gift Wrapping Norltake Dinnerware, China and Stoneware, Napkins, Oneida Tableware, Mlkasa. CoreUe, Harris Knife, Chicago Cutlery, Farberware, Guest and Wedding Books, and all your household needs. Ace is the Place Yotty's Inc. Hardware-Fur ntture-Glftware Downtown Kalona 319-656-2512 /i  /ii Farnam Group, Inc. .... cordially invites you to attend the Regency lL'.ights Sen00For Residence 1010 Scoi t fad: rive, Iowa City, Fri00 !ay, ber. '7, 2000 at 2 P.) I. Join us in celebrating the Ribbon Cutting Ceremon  Open House for lowa City's newest senior Enjoy refreshments and an individual tour of this unique new alternative residential community. Plan now to attend this special event, we look forward to seeing you there. "I don't like to get up in front of Lrge groups, but I recently spoke at a cancer survivors' affair. I had to express my gratitude to the people at Mercy?' - Marlin Peiffer Washington, Iowa i  i i Exceptional Medic#u,. Extraordinary, Care. Marlin Peiffer is a man of few words, but he has a lot to say about the care he received at Mercy Iowa City. After being diagnosed with colon cancer, Marlin underwent surgery and immediately began a year-long course of chemotherapy. And while that year took its toll, what Marlin remembers most is the remarkable oncologists, advanced technology and upbeat, caring staff who gave him the motivation to keep fighting day after day. To learn more about Mercy's oncology services, talk with your family doctor or call