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June 5th

CCA’s Facilities Committee begins four-month mission

TIFFIN– The school board needed a little help and the community responded.

North Liberty Summer Reading Program kicks off

NORTH LIBERTY– Kids and adults alike can tackle reading this summer with the North Liberty Community Library (NLCL) Summer Reading Program, which officially kicked off Wednesday, May 25, at the Zeller Street Hills Bank in North Liberty.
The event showcased the various 2016 summer reading programs for babies, toddlers, school-age kids, teens and adults– all focused on the Collaborative Summer Library Program’s (CSLP) fitness, health and wellness theme. The programs are meant to tie in with the Summer Olympics occurring in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in August.

NLFD Open House and grill-out June 18

NORTH LIBERTY– The NLFD would like to open its doors and invite the community to come see the firehouse and get to know the firefighters and the equipment on Saturday, June 18, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be fun and interactive “firefighting” games and demonstrations for all ages. The fire department will also be grilling out and serving lunch.

Volunteer at Blues & BBQ July 9

NORTH LIBERTY– In preparation for its 10th year, North Liberty Blues & BBQ is recruiting volunteers. The annual festival requires some 300 community volunteers, doing jobs as diverse as set up and tear down, assisting kids into inflatable rides or with crafts, serving craft beer and directing cars to parking and much more.

City-wide garage sales June 9-12

NORTH LIBERTY– Local organizers have selected the weekend of June 10 for city-wide garage sales in North Liberty and have set up a website with information for sellers and buyers: northlibertygaragesales.com.
In addition to the website, garage-sale-goers will be able to pull up a mobile-friendly Google Map and find nearby sales by item categories.
Questions about sales can be addressed to the organizers at questions@northlibertygaragesales.com.

Penn splash pad floundering

Bidding dry for aqua play feature

By Shianne Fisher
North Liberty Leader
NORTH LIBERTY– Kids may have little summer to enjoy the Penn Meadows Park splash pad if a contractor doesn’t soon take the plunge.
The City of North Liberty opened bid letting for the $100,000 project on May 17 but didn’t receive any bids, said City Engineer Kevin Strom at a May 24 North Liberty City Council meeting. Councilors voiced concern at the meeting as to whether the splash pad, to be located near the new Penn Meadows Park Pavilion, would be finished by the original August 2016 completion date.

NL Annual Free Fishing Weekend June 4 at Liberty Centre Pond

NORTH LIBERTY– Join other area families Saturday, June 4, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., at Liberty Centre Pond for a day of free fishing and aquatic education organized by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Scheels, Take A Kid Outdoors and the City of North Liberty. Bring your pole or an ID to check one out. Try to catch bluegills, catfish and more, right in town. Enjoy learning how to cast properly, take a look at live specimens of Iowa fish and turtle species, learn about water and boat safety and have a free hot dog.

Honoring service, remembering sacrifice

Three Johnson County veterans added to Coralville Vets Trail

CORALVILLE– Three Johnson County veterans– Robert Hatcher, Rodney Walls and Gary Sopher– were recognized for their service by having their names added to the Veterans Trail at the Coralville Lake during the 2016 Dedication Ceremony held on Memorial Day, Monday, May 30. The three men joined the ranks of 185 other veterans, which have been added over the past 27 years.

Solon Parks & Rec Department

SWIM LESSONS AT MT. VERNON POOL:

Registrations are still being accepted (up to a maximum of 64), although a $15 late fee will be assessed. The registration form is available on the Solon Parks and Recreation website or it can be picked up at Solon City Hall. Swim lessons will run the mornings of June 13-17 and 20-24 from 10-10:45 a.m. Swimmers will be picked up, by school bus, at Lakeview Elementary School at 9:40 a.m. and dropped back off, at the elementary school, at approximately 11 a.m.

Lady Spartans sweep Vinton-Shellsburg

SOLON– Solon’s varsity softball team outscored Vinton-Shellsburg 23-6 in a doubleheader sweep Thursday, May 26, in Solon.
The Lady Spartans opened the double-dip with an 8-1 win behind pitcher McKenna Miller’s one-run, six strike-out performance.
The Vikettes jumped out to an early first-inning 1-0 lead, but Solon came back to tie it in the bottom of the inning.
After a scoreless second inning, the Lady Spartans plated seven runs over the next four innings. Scoring in each, for the 8-1 final.