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-acm Page Six • The Carlisle Citizen ° Thursday, April 15, 2010 School Lunch Menus Monday, Apr. 19 Strawberries Chicken Patty Sandwich Pudding Mashed Potatoes Milk Jello Cake Thursday, Apr. 22 Peaches Corn Dogs Milk Baked Beans Tuesday, Apr. 20 Italian Blend Vegetables Tacos Chocolate Chip Cookie/Ba- Rice nana Potato Oles Milk Apple Juice Friday, Apr. 23 Milk Grilled Cheese Wednesday, Apr. 21 Tomato Soup Pizzatas Granola Bar Corn Apple Milk Pella Tulip Time May 6, 7 and 8, 2010 Pella Iowa will hold its 75th Tulip Time Festival on May 6, 7 & 8 this year. Each spring this town of approximately 10,000 welcomes over 100,000 visitors to this joyous 3- day celebration. The Pella Historical Society sponsors this event annually to commemorate and celebrate the Dutch heritage of the community. Dominie Henry Peter Scholte founded this settlement in 1847 bringing with him 800 men, women and children. The Tulip Festival includes tours of the community, the Historical Village with flowers, crafters, food and music, Scholte House which was the founder's home, stage shows, street scrubbing, Dutch dancing, 2 parades daily, concerts, a quilt show, Dutch Market, Dutch costumed citizens, a flower show and Dutch pastries and meats. The formal tulip gardens are a riot of color with over 100,000 new tulip bulbs imported from The Netherlands for planting each season. There are activities for every age group and fun for all. Special event for Saturday, May 8, will be a world record- breaking number of wooden shoe clad folk dancers per- forming on the city streets at 10:30 a.m. The theme this year is "75 Years of Klompen Tradition". Feesthouden evening programs held on the downtown Tulip Toren stage before the lighted evening parade will feature a variety,show each evening plus Dutch folk danc- ing and street scrubbing. lmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm m m m m n m m m m m mm m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m lm CHS Track Meet Volunteers Needed Carlisle High School will be hosting four track meets during the month of April and we need your help. As you may or may not know it takes roughly 25-30 workers to run a successful meet. Finding people to volunteer their time to help run these meets is very challenging as this is a very busy time of year for most people. We are hoping there are members in our community that would be will- ing to volunteer their time to help at one of our meets. There are many different areas where help is needed and you need no prior knowledge of track and field to help. If you enjoy being around the kids and would like to help at one or more of our home track meets this year, please con- tact the Activities Office at 515-989-0552 or email Activi- ties Director Craig Calhoun at craig.calhoun@carlisle.k1 2Aaron. The dates for this year's meets are 04/20, 04/22, 04/27 and 04/29. Thank you! Senior Spotlight Michael Martin By Jordyn Prall "I'm a beast," said Michael Martin, who is in this week's senior spotlight. When I asked Michael what he wanted me to say about him, "I'm a beast" was the first thing out of his mouth. Michael has been in football throughout high school. During his senior year, he was a player of the game during the Carroll, South Tama, Pella, Chariton, and Knoxville games. Michael was also an honorable men- tion in the all district foot- ball titles. He plays defen- sive and offensive line, and he is also a kicker. His fa- vorite team to watch is Notre Dame: Michael has two younger brothers, Samuel and Lucas. He loves the color red and the movies Office Space and Gone in 60 Sec- onds. His favorite food used to be shrimp, but now it's Chinese. He had to change it because his girlfriend, Chelsea, is allergic to shrimp. Michael and Chelsea have been dating for three and a half years. Michael was on the Carlisle homecoming court. In his spare time, Michael enjoys hanging out with Chelsea and friends. He says he works a lot and, like any other high school student, looks forward to the week- ends, when he has time to go mudding in his truck. Next year, Michael is go- ing to attend DMACC where he will study busi- ness management and how to be an electrician. Soccer Connections The 2010 FIFA World Cup By Britany Thorpe School Numbers .m If you're looking for more until you get a top two, then soccer, please raise your boom, you've got the world Cariibi iAdmin|strat|on Office : thenhand'youIfy°UrshouldhandiSkeepraised'read- cuP.deal And it'Sina humongoUSevery ', ,430 School Street ing this article. And even if country...except America. Office Hours : you're not, keep reading be- Soccer is on the rise here cause something might though, so that's a good catch your interest, thing. , 8am to 4:30pro Monday - Thursday : The time has come, soccer This year s cup will be 8am to 4:00pro Friday fans, for the biggest, best, held in South Africa. The 98"589 : and most prestigious series dates of play are June 11  of games in the world: the to July 11 , and people are Carlisle High School : World Cup///Do you know getting really excited. They what that is? Okay, take a have a countdown to the 430 School Street soccer team from just about second. Literally. Coming Office Hours : every country in the world, soon to TVs everywhere, the throw them together and 2010 FIFA World Cup! Get 7:30am to 4:00pm Monday-Friday 989-0831 : make them play each other excited! Grades 9 - 12 Carlisle Middle School 325 Scotch Ridge Road Office Hours 7:45am to 3:45pm Monday - Friday 989-0833 Grades 4 - 5 Carlisle Elementary 430 School Street Office Hours Grades 6 - 8 I [] Hartford Upper Elementary _m 500 North Vine Stret, Hartford II Office Hours 7:45am to 3:45pm Monday - Friday 989-0316 m I 1 ! I 1 1 7:45am to 3:45pm Monday - Friday i 989-0339 m Grades Pre-K - 3 I I i i mi i m i im u.ml lm.ll II :. Photo Printing is a full commercial printer located Call 989-3251 for a FREE estimate 210 S 1st Street Carlisle, IA 50047 Heads Up, Tourists by Shianne Gruss PDA - We see it everywhere we go. But how much is too much? According to the strict decency laws in Dubai, kiss- ing on the mouth is crossing the line. Recently, a British couple on vacation in the country were sentenced one month in jail for kissing each other at a local restaurant. Although the couple claims it was simply a peck on the cheek, the charges have yet to be dropped. This is not the first incident of its kind in Dubai. In March, an Indian Couple were sentenced three months in jail for sending explicit text messages. In 2008, a British couple was accused of having sex on a beach and also given a three month sentence. But Dubai is not the only country where these outrageous arrests occur. In 2009, six Ameri- can tourists in Antigua were charged with assault after refusing to pay an overpriced cab fare. Also in 2009, two Spanish tourists in England were arrested for taking pic- tures of a certain wall near Buckingham Palace. In July of that same year, an American tourist in Japan was ar- rested for possessing an illegal sized pocket knife. Although some of these arrests may seem crazy, there are no exceptions for the law. Living in America, we are accustomed to our laws; therefore, what may seem harm- less here may be a crime somewhere else in the world. When visiting a foreign country, it is a good idea to re- search their customs and laws. If planning to travel, you can visit travel.state.gov to find out about these laws and avoid a problematic arrest of your own. MidAmerican Issues Safety Reminders Spring Storms May Cause Outages: Use Caution Work- ing On Projects As spring weather approaches, the potential for severe storm damage also increases. In conjunction with Severe Weather Awareness Week observances in Iowa, April 5-9, MidAmerican Energy Company reminds customers to stay safe when working outdoors around electrical facilities. Spring and summer storm season brings greater poten- tial for electric outages, as wind, rain and lightning can bring down trees and power lines. Additionally, spring weather allows homeowners to do more outdoor home im- provement projects, such as trimming trees, gutter repairs, home siding and roofing projects. Homeowners are reminded to use caution while work- ing on projects around electrical equipment. MidAmerican offers the following tips to stay safe: • If you see a downed line, assume it is energized and don't go near or touch it. Touching an energized power line can be fatal. Call MidAmerican immediately at 800- 799-4443. • If you lose power to your home during a storm, check your fuses or circuit breakers first, then call MidAmerican. • Never assume someone else has reported a power outage. If you lose power during a storm, call MidAmerican at 800-799-4443. Your information helps the company's electric outage management system pinpoint the source of an outage and speed the restoration process. • Be aware of your surroundings and electrical lines and equipment. Use caution when cleaning out rain gut- ters and trimming trees. Make sure no electrical lines are nearby or touching gutters or tree limbs. • Use caution when stepping outside your home during a power outage, a downed power line may be just outside your door or may be hidden by brush or debris. Use extra caution when picking up metal debris, such as awnings or metal roofing, which may be in contact with a hidden downed power line. • Never use a grill, space heater or portable generator intended for outdoor use inside your home. Similarly, never attempt to heat your home with a gas range. • Be prepared, keep fresh batteries in flashlights and lanterns for use during emergencies, and have extra bat- teries on hand. • Use caution and common sense in the placement of burning candles and oil lamps. Never leave candles burn- ing when you go to bed. Keep them away from drapes and other materials that could catch fire. Avoid placing candles on low tables where pets or child en could knock them off. Carlisle Dental Office Phil West, DDS 500 S 2nd Street Carlisle, IA 50047 (Next to Fiss') 989 -0447