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I \\; . ? ". Page Four The Carlisle Citizen = Thursday, May 19, 2011 ! .: Te00ep00]one 00ates Re:)00esentati,00es Middle River Friends VBS Program Begins May 31 All children in the com- munity age 3 through completion of fifth grade are invited to attend PandaMania Vacation Bible School at Middle River Friends Church. We are located on Highway S- 23 just east of Carlisle. This exciting VBS is sched- uled for Tuesday, May 31, Wednesday, June 1, Thurs- day, June 2, and Friday, June 3, from 6:00 pm to 8:15 pm, and Saturday, June 4 from 9:00 am to 11:15 am. At PandaMania, children will discover just how wild God is about them. We have a team of over 20 vol- unteers who will help your child discover God's love through hands on, interac- tive Bible stories in small group sessions, learn so- cialization through activity centers, play recreational games, view Chadder's movie adventures and re- call the day's lesson with their own God sightings, munch on yummy snacks themed for the day's lesson, sing lively songs, make cre- ative crafts, and have tons of Panda fun. There is no cost to attend this VBS. However, it helps us to plan ahead with enough supplies and food if you would contact us in ad- vance to let us know the number of children attend- ing. We will take up an offer- ing each day, all of which will be sent to our Mission- aries Brad and Chelsea Carpenter in Rwanda. We're arranging a Skype transmission where the children will be able to speak directly with the Carpenters so they can meet our missionaries in person and learn about their mission field. Check out our church website: www.middleriver for a map and directions to the church. Or, if you would like more information please call Bobbie Wheeldon, 515-989- 9232, or Colleen Gerhaxds, 515-867-9454. Come to PandaMania - where God is wild about you!! Boot Camp Drop inches, tone and lose weight fast. This is a heart pumping, motivating class that really works to get in. shape. Boot camp's focus is on muscle confusion. The classes advance every 2 weeks to keep your muscles con- fused. By doing this you are able to sculpt muscle and drop inches and jeans size. You will see results!! We have people dropping pounds and inches like crazy. Our big- gest success story is 55 pounds! Men and women of all ages are changing their bodies! During this class we will be using a kettle ball as your weight. The kettle ball gives you a complete cardio, core and resistance training workout. Women will need a 5-pound kettle ball and men will need a 10-pound kettle ball. You will also need 3 -10 pound hand weights, a water bottle, mat and up to a 5 lb. medi- cine ball. Classes will be Tuesday and Thursday at 5:15 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. in the multi-purpose room. Classes start June 7. 2011 and will end July 29. 2011. For more information, contact Janet Ray 989-2011. TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE CARLISLE CITIZEN CALL 989-0525 NOW HIRING SUMMER HELP t00i00ning class scheduled for Ap00l t8 20!1 3d Saiuday Train, Molia an Coh a |am! , t.-2 y upervSoy expetence , Some pyhlgh schoo eduction St d CJs'0me vc rin pref - Sala ptcs bonus ai tS Apply online t www' .Caree/IndiaO Stop y to comp\\;e a pplicon!! MAKETLINK i801 W,  Avene: ndnol. IA  51596!3t65 Summer Recreation offers Beginners Golf starting May 31 st sign up now Golf- Beginners Golf will be offered again this year. The students will be transported to a driving range on day 1 and 2. On day 3 & 4 the group will go to Sleepy Hollow to play. Golfers need their own clubs, putter and tees. Age: 9-14 Date: May 31t-June 3  Time: 9:30-11:45 Min/Max: 6/14 Location: Meet at the High School to travel to Sleep Hollow: Fee: $16.00 (Payable on first day. Cash or check made out to Sleepy Hollow) Registration: With Adam Pickering at Or mail to: Adam Pickering, 825 School St., Carlisle Golf- Beginners Golf will be offered again this year. The students will be transported to a driving range on day 1 and 2. On day 3 & 4 the group will go to Sleepy Hollow to play. Golfers need their own clubs, putter and tees. Age: 9-14 '. Date: June 13t-16th Time: 9:30-11:45 Min/Max: 6/14 Location: Meet at the High School to travel to Sleep Hollow. Fee: $16.00 (Payable on first day. Cash or check made out to Sleepy Hollow) Registration: With Adam Pickering at adam.pickering@carlisle.k Or mail to: Adam Pickering, 825 School St., Carlisle Parade Marshal Nominations Extended We have extended the Parade Marshal Nomination deadline to June 1 t. So please submit your nomination today to Please include in your nomination: Nominee, your rea- son why you think this nominee should be parade mar- shal. And how we can contact the nominee and you. Auxiliary Poppy Symbolizes Nation's Sacrifice Auxiliary members of Carlisle Unit #391 understand the sacrifice our Armed Forces have made to preserve freedom, and to honor past and current American service members, these members will wear a red memorial poppy as a sign of their appreciation on Memorial Day weekend. The American Legion Auxiliary nemoria] poppy s a symbol of the price of war and the sacrifice of millions. The 900.000 members of the American Legion Auxil- iary, the world's largest patriotic service organization of women, are asking every American citizen to wear a poppy on the observance of Memorial Day, Monday, May 30. 2011, in addition to the entire preceding weekend. "Wear it in honor of the millions, of Americans who have willingly served our nation, all too many of whom have made the ultimate sacrifice." said Sara McKeever. "This entire Memorial Day weekend will pay an honored o tribute to all veterans, especially those who are cur- rently serving in the Global War on Terror." they added. The poppy also honors the hospitalized and disabled veterans who make these red, handcrafted flowers. The poppy continues to provide a financial and therapeutic benefit to those veterans who construct them. as well as benefiting thousands of other veterans and their families by the revenues collected from poppy distributions. In the battlefields' of Belgium during World War I. pop- pies grew wild amid the ravages of war. The overturned soils of battle enabled the poppy seeds to be covered, al- lowing them to grow and forever serve as a reminder of the bloodshed of war. Join the American Legion Auxiliary in recognizing the sacrifice of our veterans and current service members by making a donation to the local poppy fund and by wearing a poppy this Memorial Day weekend. CarliSle Unit will be distributing poppies on Saturday May 21. 2011. From 7:00 o 11:00 am. h * Maintenance Free Living "r----]" * Rental Assistance Available i.,..,,,..,1 * Water, Garbage & Sewer Provided 62 years of age or older, handicap/disabled regardless of age 'This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.' Scotchview Manor Elderly Apartments 705 John Goodhue Rd. Carlisle, IA CALL 515-975-8908 School Lunch Menus I Monday, May 23 Chicken Strips Mashed -Potatoes Dinner Roll Applesauce Fruit Snack Milk Wednesday, May 25 Pepperoni Pizza Lettuce Salad Pudding Cup Grape Juice Milk Thursday, May 26 Tuesday, May 24 Sack Lunch - All Grades Corn Dog Ham Sandwich Baked Beans Carrot Strips Ice Cream Apple/Banana Peaches Fruit Snack . Milk Milk Friday, May 27 NO LUNCH Family Mealtimes and Childhood Obesity By Meredith Francisco In times, realistically, how many busy teenagers sit down and have a family meal? More often than not, many students are so involved with their friends and extracurriculars that they rarely have time to eat with their family. However, recent studies have Shown that children and teens who eat regular meals with their family are less likely to suffer from obesity. In a survey at Carlisle High School, forty-four percent of students eat about four to five meals a week with their families. Twenty-three percent are somewhere in the middle range, and thirty-three percent rarely have family meals together. Family meals combat obesity with balanced servings of the required food groups and with the satisfaction of a full meal, which prevents unhealthy snacking. Another correlation between family meals and weight is the idea that eating regular and balanced meals with your family members reduces the risk of developing an eating disorder of any variation. It also allows families to speak together and grow closer, so teens feel more: comfortable speaking about their problems in life or about food with each other. The studies showed that children who ate meals together at least three times a week were more likely to have healthy eating habits. Joining together in a family meal can be beneficial both to relationships and to health, no maer what the age of a person is. Even ordering takeout from a restaurant or making a simple meal of grilled cheese and tomato soup can begin this process of improving family health. Carlisle VS Knoxville By: Cassie Klier Carlisle High School Girls' and Boys' varsity soccer played their first game of the season against Knoxville on Tuesday, April 5 t. Both teams gave one hundred and ten percent, but, unfortunately, only one came out victo- rious. The girls played Knoxville first. With a new formation this year they came out and showed off their incredible style. It was a slow start, but many one-on-one wins by Kristi Comstock (sophomore) and Madison Polley (fresh- man) ignited the rest of the eam to take on the chal- lenge. Carlisle scored the first goal in the twenty-first minute of the game when Madison Polley (freshmen) crossed the ball to Rebekah Frese (sophomore), who was able to pu it in the net. Goal keeper Cassie Klier (senior) faced seven shots, all on frame, and was able to successfully stop them all The Panthers came close to getting a break away to tie the game, but Klier is credited with blocking the shot and keeping the match from becoming a tie. The Carlisle girls ended up winning the game 1-0. The Varsity boys played right after the girls. They scored with fifteen minutes left in the game when Cody Stegall (senior), aided by a hit on the leg and helpful push by the keeper, was able to get the ball across the line. The boys ended up with a loss, but it provided them with a great sense of what they can improve on for the rest of the season. 00Mon 00rand ument 1514 North Lincoln, Suite C "Knoxville, IA 641-828-7172 (Knoxville Insurance Building) Custom Memorials of granite and Bronze visit us at and online monument design Marion County's only locally owned Monument Shop