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July 20th, 2016

Seven Creek Girls earn WaMaC All-Conference softball honors

Murray, Navara nab First Team spots with 91 combined hits

OXFORD– The WaMaC athletic conference released the 2016 All-Conference Softball picks for the East and West Divisions on Wednesday, July 13, with seven Clear Creek Amana (CCA) varsity players earning spots on the list.
Benton Community’s Eric Stenberg was named the West Division’s Coach of the Year as the Bobcats posted a 37-2 record overall and 18-0 conference showing in the regular season to lead the division.

First Team:
Grace Murray (junior), Claire Navara (junior)

Mustangs sink the Clippers in district semifinal

Mount Vernon ends Clear Creek Amana season, 6-3

By Chris Umscheid
North Liberty Leader
SOLON– The 2016 season for the Clear Creek Amana (CCA) Clippers’ varsity baseball team ended Friday, July 15, in Solon as the Mount Vernon Mustangs won a Class 3A District 9 semifinal game, 6-3.
The Clippers ended the season at 19-20 overall while the Mustangs (28-10 overall) advanced to face Solon in the district final on Monday, July 18, in Solon.

Heartbreak on Melrose

Davenport West upsets Iowa City West, 5-3, in regional softball final

By Chris Umscheid
North Liberty Leader
IOWA CITY– If not for a first inning grand slam, Iowa City West High’s 5-3 loss in a Class 5A regional final softball game to Davenport West may well have been a 3-1 win.
The sixth-ranked Women of Troy faced the 11th-ranked Falcons Tuesday, July 12, in Iowa City on the final stop for either team before heading to Fort Dodge and the 2016 State Softball Tournament.

Getting kids to think about their futures

By Chris Umscheid
North Liberty Leader
OXFORD— Kids ask a lot of questions. Two questions they commonly ask their parents and teachers are, “Why do I have to learn this?” and, “When will I ever use this?”
The Workplace Learning Connection (WLC) at Kirkwood Community College seeks to bridge the gap between school and work to bring relevance to subjects and answer those questions.
Laurie Worden, associate director of the WLC, briefed the Clear Creek Amana (CCA) Community School District’s Board of Education on programs offered to CCA students.

North Liberty Youth Baseball and Softball Fall Ball registration open

NORTH LIBERTY– North Liberty Youth Baseball and Softball (NLYBS) will partner with Diamond Dreams Baseball and Softball Sports Academy of Coralville during the sixth season of Fall Fun Ball. Diamond Dream trainers will work with boys and girls in first through eighth grades during the 2016-2017 school year. The season will consist of five sessions on Monday nights, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. or until dark, beginning Aug. 29 and skipping Sept. 5, Labor Day. The season will end on Oct. 3, unless there is a rainout and then the last night will be Oct. 10.

Johnson County 4-H to hold 2nd Celebrity Calf Show

IOWA CITY– The Johnson County 4-H and FFA Fair will host its second Celebrity Calf show Wednesday, July 27, at 7 p.m. in the North Show Barn at the Johnson County Fairgrounds. The event is sponsored by the Johnson County Youth Council. The show was a huge success last year.
The event will feature local celebrities showing cattle with a twist. Each celebrity will be paired with a 4-H club. The celebrity and the club will collaborate to come up with a theme for their team. Each team will dress accordingly with clubs cheering on their team. Audience members can also cheer on their favorites.

Johnson County 4-H to hold 2nd Celebrity Calf Show

IOWA CITY– The Johnson County 4-H and FFA Fair will host its second Celebrity Calf show Wednesday, July 27, at 7 p.m. in the North Show Barn at the Johnson County Fairgrounds. The event is sponsored by the Johnson County Youth Council. The show was a huge success last year.
The event will feature local celebrities showing cattle with a twist. Each celebrity will be paired with a 4-H club. The celebrity and the club will collaborate to come up with a theme for their team. Each team will dress accordingly with clubs cheering on their team. Audience members can also cheer on their favorites.

Iowa River kayaking, canoeing trip July 25 in Iowa City

NORTH LIBERTY– Join the North Liberty Recreation Department and Johnson County Conservation for a kayaking and canoeing trip down the Iowa River on Saturday, July 25, starting at 8:30 a.m. Participants will meet at Sturgis Ferry landing in Iowa City, embark on a three-hour float and finish at Hills Landing, roughly nine miles down river. The trip is open to all ages and skill levels. At time of registration, specify if you would like a single kayak, a tandem canoe or if you will provide your own watercraft. Rentals are limited, so sign up early.

$1k raised in North Liberty by Iowa Human Alliance

Layla, a 4-year-old mini Austrailian Shepherd mix, gets a beauty treatment at an Iowa Human Alliance (IHA) dog wash fundraiser Saturday, July 16, at Leash On Life in North Liberty. She was one of 36 dogs to receive washes. IHA also completed 10 microchippings and several nail trimmings. Over $1,000 was raised, which will help IHA perform subsidized spaying and neutering. (photos by Shianne Fisher)

NLCP publishes 2015 program summary

NORTH LIBERTY– The North Liberty Community Pantry has made available their program summary for 2015 to the public, online at www.northlibertycommunitypantry.org.