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September 24th

Tearing down the Fort; CCA 45, Ft. Madison 14

FORT MADISON– The Clear Creek Amana (CCA) armada sailed to Fort Madison Friday night and sent the Bulldogs to the pound with a 45-14 non-conference victory.
CCA held a seven point lead after two quarters, but blew it open in the second half while holding Fort Madison scoreless.
The Clippers put a pair of touchdowns on the scoreboard in the first quarter for an early 14-0 lead with Jonathan Nzombo scoring on a 3-yard run and Konrad Moore finding the end zone on a 1-yard quarterback keeper. Niels VanElsas put up the extra point kicks.

West High Trojans stay on top

IOWA CITY– Just before the West High Trojans took the field Friday night, the cheerleaders stretched a banner across their path reading “we’re staying unbeaten.”
The Trojans not only blasted through the banner, they made good on the statement, wrecking visiting Dubuque Senior’s vision of a perfect season with a 42-7 stomping.
West moved to a perfect 5-0 (and the top of the MVC Mississippi Division) while the Rams moved to 4-1.
The game could’ve been called “The Ezra Reiners Show,” as the senior put up three touchdowns and led the ground war with 159 yards of rushing.

Hometown Rewards to hold free sustainability workshops

NORTH LIBERTY– As part of the Hometown Rewards efforts in North Liberty, the city is excited to introduce the Hometown Rewards Sustainability Workshops. This series of free workshops will feature practical information on sustainable topics ranging from green building and renewable energy to composting and weatherization– all designed to help you save resources and money.

Workshops
The workshops will take place on Saturdays at the North Liberty Community Center though July 2013. Workshop topics will include:
October 2012–Weatherization Basics.

September 18th

Laying a foundation

ICAT helps CCA board plan for the future

OXFORD– In May of this year, Kent Pilcher and Ric Parades of the Iowa Construction Advocate Team (ICAT)/Estes Construction presented a multi-step matrix to the Clear Creek Amana (CCA) School Board of Directors. The plan was a suggested guideline to help the board determine future facility needs, and a roadmap toward a future bond referendum to pay for them.

Food For Thought

My paternal grandmother, who was a teenage immigrant from Germany, never wasted food (or anything else I can think of). I remember watching with awe when she ate an apple. She didn’t peel it and discard the skin. She didn’t even twist off the stem and leave it behind. There was certainly no core to dispose of when she was finished. She ate everything– including the seeds.

Walkin'

We left the Great Allegheny Passage on our second day, picked up the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal (C&O) as we rolled out of Cumberland, Md. (home to the city-wide happy hour every Friday night) and headed eventually to Washington, D.C.
We had the odd fortune of bicycling every day with rain predicted but never felt a drop until the seventh. On that day no rain was expected but we rode thru a steady drizzle, sat out one shower and rode through another. Nevertheless, every day of the first week was hot and very humid.

Dorothy Joslin

Dorothy F. Joslin, 89, of North Liberty, died Saturday, Sept. 8, 2012, at Mercy Hospital in Iowa City. Funeral Services were held Sept. 12 at Brosh Chapel in Cedar Rapids. Burial followed at Czech National Cemetery, Cedar Rapids.
Dorothy was born Nov. 4, 1922, in Oxford Junction. Dorothy loved to read and play bingo and puzzles.

Ruth Ruprecht

Ruth M. Ruprecht, 104, of Clarence, died Sept. 9, 2012, at the Mechanicsville Nursing and Rehab Center. Funeral Services were held Sept. 12 at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Stanwood, with the Rev. Jordan McKinley officiating. Burial was in Lowden Cemetery.
Born July 8, 1908, in Chicago, the daughter of Bernard and Clara Mueller, she married George “Jack” Ruprecht there on May 26, 1934. Ruth and George moved to Clarence in 1940 and had their one child, Gar, on Oct. 11, 1941.
Ruth was a lifetime dedicated St. Paul’s Lutheran Church worker and was also active in Vacation Bible School.

Gwendolyn Stone

Gwendolyn (Trout) Stone, 83, of Solon, died peacefully Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2012, with her family beside her.

Wilma Thomas

Wilma M. Thomas, 95, of Tipton, died peacefully at 1:38 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 13, 2012, at Mechanicsville Nursing Rehab Center. Funeral services were held Sept. 17 at Fry Funeral Home, Tipton, with the Rev. Ron Lashmit officiating. Burial followed in Memory Gardens, Iowa City.
Online condolences may be shared at www.fryfuneralhome.com.
Daughter of Fred Z. and Mary C. Vondracek Lukavsky, Wilma was born Nov. 12, 1916, in Riverside. She was united in marriage to Vernon Dale Thomas on April 20, 1939, in Riverside. Wilma was a homemaker and a childcare provider.