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EdwardJones MAKING SENSE OF INVESTING Page Four The Carlisle Citizen Thursday, May 26, 2011 Hartford News By Lynda Richards 989-0080 Ackworth Garden Club The Ackworth Garden Club will travel to Drakesville Tuesday, May 24 for their monthly meeting visiting the Amish greenhouses in the area. They will lunch at Hony Creek Lodge before returning home. For more information regarding the club, please con- tact Lynda Richards at 989-0080. Memorial Day Services Memorial Day Services will be held at the Hartford Cemetery Monday, May 30 at 2:00 p.m. Guest speaker will be Pastor Nathan Lamb. Hartford Alumni Reunion The Annual Hartford Alumni Reunion will be held Sat- urday, June 4 at the Community United Presbyterian Church. The committee members are Gordon Campbell, Donna Hall, Sandy Hammond, Wayne Jones, and Kathy McCaughey. Doors open at 5:00 and dinner will be served at 6:00. The Class of 1961 will be the honored 50 Year Class. Presbyterian News Congratulations to our area graduates and especially those attending last Sunday&apos;s Graduation Breakfast. Community United Presbyterian Church is exceedingly proud of you all. Kim Davis Volleyball camp Former UNI standout and current UNI assistant vol- leyball coach Kim Davis will be leading the Kim Davis Volleyball Camp at Carlisle Middle School from July 28th - 30th, 2011. The camp will focus on fundamental skills, techniques, and team play to help build a strong, basic foundation of volleyball skills. This camp is for any girl in Carlisle or the surrounding areas who will be entering 5th - 12th grade in the fall. The camp will take place on July 28th, 29th, and 30th. Grades 10-12 run from 9 AM to noon, grades 7-9 from 1 PM to 3 PM, and grades 5-6 from 3 PM to 5 PM. The 10- 12 camp costs $90, the 7-9 camp costs $65, and the 5-6 camp costs $55. Registrations are due by Friday, June 24th, 2011. You can get a camp registration form by going to the Carlisle Schools website (www.carlisle.kl2.ia.us) and download a form there. Or if you have questions you may contact Erin Hoffmann 712-830-7793 or email @ erin.hoffmann@carlisle.k 12.in.us. Basketball Camp Registration Begins Now Carlisle Wildcat Boys and Girls Basketball Camp for all students in Grades 3-8, Camp is June 6-9, boys are from 9:30 - 12:00 and girls are from 1-3 (3:30 if large amount of signups) Registration papers can be picked up at each building office. Cost for the camp is $50. Camp highlights are Camp T-Shirt, Daily Contests, Individual Instruction, 2 - 3 Games Daily and Age Grouping for Competitive Balance. Parade Marshal And the Parade Theme Is.., Nominations Extended The 4 th of July committee We have extended the Parade Marshal Nomination would like to thank you for deadline to June 1 't. your nominations and ideas  Ji / So please submit your nomination today to for this year s parade , ', II i,J, CarlisleJulv4th@gmail.c0m themes. : -. -  jj,ra Please include in your nomination: Nominee, your rea- With many great ideas and l$ff .:: son why you think this nominee should be p arsde mar- a close vote the theme of <2"-. :.'" ' shal. the ,July, 4 th parade lj-'_ '/ And 41ow we can contact the nominee and you. is ..... FREEDOM Build your float to, what i|k% cmes to mind of our Free-  f   1, dom & Pa_ce .................. r-w-'-f| L " ................. Carlisle Farmer's Market Parade this year will be /" at 9:30 am on July 4 th SEE YOU THERE! Coming The Farmer's Market will open the 2011 season on Saturday, June 4th. Due to the construction on 00ive away with .sa0000gs on your :auto insurance P=E.N ..................... ::iiiii : .......... Acci wi!| happen  great or malL With oui ViP CIeim Set,Ace, you wi ge. fas reia-bie and nohassie claim ser4ce. Ask abot how u ' sretch your protection., too, wthout staini 9 your bdget wit a-to discounters }ike Mid-:Car Oiscoum, Loss ree Oiscoant, Good; Sudet Osout, Low Mi!eage Discount, Hybrid Auto D$o:rt, Auto/Hom Oisount, arid rnore Call .your Pekin lnsura:nce i' Ajert t:ody or Auto srarce Beyond he expected, TM Goodhue-Nolte Insurance Agency 100 Highway 5 Carlisle 989-3200;,,00 www.kinL,surance.com Soon! 1st Street that is blocking our normal spot, the mar- ket will be held at the Wyckoff Industries park- ing lot. Please note this change, as in the past it has always been at the Carlisle Citizen parking lot.- The hours of business will be 9- noon. We look forward to seeing our old friends as well as welcome new faces. Beifi Safe Dr/ring the Sunnner By Chief Jason R. Doll I recall several years ago as a patrol officer, receiving a call on one sunny, Saturday afternoon, while I was on patrol. I was alerted that there was a "Possible burglary in progress." I had received many calls of this nature before however this time, the address was mine. As I rushed to get there, all I could think about was rhy wife and new born daughter, home alone, as someone was breaking in our home. Upon my arrival, I immediately noticed a side gate that was open. As I made my way through the gate and around the back of the house, I noticed our back door ajar. To my relief, my wife and daughter were inside and safe and I was able to secure my home and quickly conclude what had happened. While my wife was on the living room floor, playing with our daughter, someone had entered our backdoor, under the assumption that no one was home. Luckily, when they noticed my family inside, they left. We lived in a small town at the time, roughly the size of Carlisle. We never thought we had reason to worry about our back door being unlocked, especially during the day and when one of us was home. Little did we know, there was! As more of us start to wheel out the barbecue grills, begin to work routinely in our yards, and start engaging in our outdoor activities, we also start to open our windows and doors. We leave to go to the grocery store for twenty minutes, down the block to a friend's house for ten, or even to the gas station for five, and we assume there is no need to worry about "locking up" for such a short amount of time. The problem with this is we have found that thieves are often very lazy and look for the easiest route to your possessions. Thieves don't want to work hard to get what they want, so by leaving garage doors open, sliding glass doors ajar, and car doors or our homes unlocked, we make it easier for thieves. Although locks may only deter an offender, it just may be enough to stop one from entering your home. However, there are times when even locks won't prevent a thief. By simply locking your doors and windows and by shutting your garage when you are not home, you could be saving your valuables, identity, and could be preventing one big headache. When a burglary or theft is reported, an officer faces great odds against catching the perpetrator. The Carlisle Police Department has been fortunate at our success rate in solving several theft and burglary cases, however, it is much simpler to be proactive and secure your residence and/or vehicles from becoming easy targets. During the summer months, while enjoying the outdoors, remember that criminals are always on the prowl looking for the easiest steal. It is easy to assume, "It won't, happen to me," but that's when the DVD player and laptop come up missing or even worse, when somebody gets hurt. The message here is simple - An open door is an open invite. Secure your doors and windows, especially when you're going to be gone, no matter how long you might be. Be mindful of your belongings and be proactive, not reactive. Carlisle Alumni Association The Carlisle Alumni Association would like to invite all alumni to attend our brief planning meetings. Our meetings last about one hour and thezemaining meeting will be in the Board Room at the Elementary at 6:00 pm on June 15. Please mark your calendar and join us! All alumni are welcome to attend! IT'S BETTER TO REVIEW YOUR ANNUITY THAN RETHINK YOUR RETIREMENT. ' Call your financial advisor today for details. :i  Joseph H Schettler FinanciatAdvisor www.edwardjones.com Member St,C 90 Hwy 5 Carlisle, IA 50047 515-98941 O0 Carlisle Dental Office West, DDS 500 S 2nd Street Carlisle, IA 7 (t,rt to ') 98:9-0447