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Thursday, August 29, 2013 The Carlisle Citizen Page:Three from Carlisle area churches... The Good News \\; i!i!!!!iiii00iiiiii!iiii00!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiill iiii ii!i 00iill Holy Cross Lutheran Church is celebrating its 50 th an- niversary September 14 and 15. All former members, friends, and neighbors in the community are welcome to visit and celebrate with us. Planned activities are: Saturday, September 14 at 5:00pm we will be having Octoberfest at the outdoor Shelter. Sunday, September 15 at 9:00am we will be holding a Divine Service with former Pastor Ron Weidler speaking and at 10:15am, four visiting Pastors will be speaking with Powerpoint slides. Stay and enjoy a catered meal at 12 Noon. Motion 5k Fun Run/Walk 1st Annual Ministry in Motion 5K Fun Run/Walk The Carlisle Methodist Church and the Carlisle Youth Mission Group who go on ASP (Appalachia Service Project) are organizing their 1st annual "Ministry In Motion" 5K Fun Run/Walk. It will take place on September 21st at 9:00. The course will begin and end at the Methodist Church. Registration is open now. You can call, text or email Karen Austin at 515-681-9998 or kaustin<mailto:kaustin> to receive a copy of the registration. Also, the form will be in the Carlisle Citizen to clip and mail with entry fee. Cost is $25 for adults; $15 for kids 12 and under. All proceeds will go toward expenses related to the 2013 Youth Mission Trip. This year a team of over 50 volunteers will travel to the poverty stricken regions of the Appalachian Mountains. The goal during each trip is to help people make their homes warmer, safer, and drier through various construction projects. When families are struggling to pay for medical bills or to put food on the table, maintaining a safe home isn't always easy: The youth's mission is to alleviate them of this burden by donating their time and effo. In addition to being a great volunteer activity, the Christian mission allows volunteers to grow in their faith.  Allfmthso Open Burning of Yard Waste to be Prohibited in Carlisle Effective September 1, 2013 the open burning of any combustible materials, including but not limited to yard or landscape waste such as leaves and tree limbs will be prohibited year round. Formerly Carlisle allowed open burning of yard waste during ten-week periods in the spring and fall. Alternatives to burning yard waste include: The City yard waste dump which is on east Park Street across the railroad tracks and is open to residents of Carlisle at no cost from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM weekdays and 8:00 AM to Noon Saturdays. Compost It? yard waste bags which are available at City Hall at a cost of $7.75 for a bundle of 5 or Compost It! yard waste stickers which can be used on generic bags or bundles of brush which are also available at City Hall at a cost of $1.20 per sticker. Compost It? yard waste containers which are available for a one time set up fee of $25.00 and an annual sticker cost of $105.00. The Compost It! bags, bundles and containers are picked up at the curb on a weekly basis every Friday from April through November and on a monthly basis on the first Friday of the month from December through March. Carlisle to Host Workshop on Walkabili'ty Local residents and offi- cials in Carlisle, Iowa will meet with representatives from Smart Growth America on September 23 and 24, 2013 as part of a grant-funded technical as- sistance program. The workshop will provide rec- ommendations to enhance the community's walkability, and hence safety, particularly in the area adjacent to Iowa 5, a very busy highway that bi- sects the city. Carlisle residents are in- vited to join the workshop's first day for an introduc- tory presentation that will feature a broad overview of the state of the city's pedes- trian facilities and how a walkability audit will help Have a GREAT Week improve them. The event will be held Monday, Sep- tember 23, 2013 at 6:30 P.M. at Carlisle City Hall, 195 N. 1 st St. The work- shop will feature Dan Bur- den, an internationally rec- ognized authority on how to make communities more walkable and sustainable. Hartford News By Lynda Richards 989-0080 Hartford City Election Nomination petition packets for the November 2013 city election are available at Hartford City Hall, 150 W. Elm Street, Hartford or at the Warren County Administration Building, 301 N. Buxton Street in Indianola. Two (2) city council seats for 4-year terms and one (1) Mayoral seat for a 2-year term will be on the November 5 th election ballot. Nomination papers may be obtained beginning August 26, 2013. Completed nomination petitions must be returned to Hartford City Hall on or before Thursday, September 19, 2013 at 5:00 p.m. A minimum of 10 signatures of residents eligible to vote are required to complete the petition. Winners of the positions begin terms at the January 2014 city of Hartford organizational meeting. Presbyterian News Community United Presbyterian Church will hold a celebration for the newly installed elevator and handi- cap access on Sunday, September 15 during worship ser- vices. Fellowship follows. A community-wide Open House will be held in Octo- ber. Upcoming Chamber Events Saturday, Aug 31 11:00 am - RIBBON CUTTING at Sauter Automotive, 11 School Street with OPEN HOUSE from 11:00 to 1:00