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I ! ! Thursday, October 7, 2010 The Carlisle Citizen Page Three ,, Tina Marie Killen of Carlisle has been named to the Dean's List for the summer 2010 semester in the Associ- ate of Science in Radiologic Technology program at Mercy College of Health Sciences in Des Moines, Iowa. To qualify for this academic recognition, students must attain a grade point average (GPA) between 3.5 and 3.749, in their most recent semester, for a minimum of six credit hours. Jessica Williams, senior, biology major of Carlisle was named to the Central College Dean's list for the 2010 spring semester. Des Moines Area Community College President Rob Denson recently released the names of students eligible for the Summer Semester President's List. To be eligible, a student must have earned a 4.0 grade point average. Those recognized from our area include: Gabriel Geiger, Culinary Arts, Carlisle Timothy Graft, Human Services, Carlisle Brend Irlbeck-Kreitzinger, Liberal Arts, Hartford Tummy Kappelman, Photography, Swan Patrick Kean II, Associate General Studies, Carlisle Chantelle Mathany, Liberal Arts, Carlisle Alexis Noring, Liberal Arts, Carlisle Dylan Rivas, Liberal Arts, Carlisle Meagan Schreiner, Liberal Arts, Hartford Breanne Spencer, Liberal Arts, Carlisle Paige Woodruff, Liberal Arts, Carlisle Des Moines Area Community College President Rob Denson recently released the names of students eligible for the Summer Semester Dean's List. To be eligible, a student must have earned a 3.5 to 3.99 grade point aver- age. Those recognized from our area include: Allen Brown, Liberal Arts, Carlisle Emily Gaunce, Mortuary Science, Carlisle Sara Glover, Practical Nursing, Carlisle Allisyn Skiles, Pre-Nursing, Carlisle More than 400 students graduated from the Summer se- mester from Des Moines Area Community College's (DMACC's) Ankeny, Boone, Carroll, Newton, Urban and West Campuses. Those recognized from our area include: Meagan Schreiner, Liberal Arts, Hartford Christopher Walker, Architectural Millwork, Hartford Brittney Bowman and Andrea Gilliam have been awarded Indian Hills Community College Foundation Claude & Guadalupe Corzatt Jr. Scholarships for the 2010- 2011 academic year. Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) Ankeny Campus students Taylor Williams (left) of Hartford and Adam Frakes of Granger were sworn-in as 2010-2011 Chapter Co:Presidents of the Beta Epsilon Eta Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) International Honor Society. The oath of office took place at the recent PTK induction ceremony held on the DMACC Ankeny Campus. PTK has recognized academic excellence in two-year colleges since 1918. To be eligible, a student must be enrolled in a two- year college, have completed at least 12 hours of coursework leading to an associate degree program and have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. * Maintenance Free Living * Rental Assistance Available * Water Garbage & Sewer Provided 'This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.' Scotchview Manor Family Apartments 600 John Goodhue Rd. Carlisle, IA CALL 515-975-8908 Baber Wins Classic Flat Track Championship Series On September 17, 2010 Jordan Baber won the Classic Flat Track Championship Series, Open Amateur Class, at the Knoxville Raceway. The CFTCS was a five race points series, starting in June. Races were held in Canton, OH; Wauseon, OH; Davenport, IA; and Knoxville, IA. Jordan was the youngest competitor and ran in four of the five races on the smallest motorcycle in the series. Jordan is a Carlisle Nature Trail Loop Project To Be Presented to Vision Iowa Board t After five years of plan- Indianola, Polk County to ning and leveraging numer- Warren County, and most ous funding options, the importantly, connecting our City of Carlisle will present community from the north the concept plan for its side to the south side." Carlisle Nature Trail Loop The City of Carlisle is ask- project to the Vision Iowa ing Vision Iowa for Board of Directors on $1,069,305.00, or 29 percent Wednesday, October 13 at of the total project. Other their monthly board meet- funding for the project has ing. been secured through fed- The project, which is a di- eral earmarks, state recre- rect extension of the popu- ational trails appropria- lar Summerset Trail, offers tions, REAP grant monies, 3.7 miles of trail that will and Warren and Polk loop around the north side County contributions. Addi- of the community from tional funds are being pur- North Park, across the sued through the Great North River, past the youth Places grant application soccer fields and the City's and private donations. planned recreational area When asked what makes and then under Highway 5 this project stand out from to the Scotch Ridge Nature other trail projects pursuing Park. A south loop will funds fromVisionIowa, city make a second crossing of administrator Nell Ruddy the North River and extend pointed to the Scotch Ridge i i [ past the middle school, Center Park area. "The i i senior at Carlisle High School and is the son of Terry and through the Danamere heart of this project is the ii the late Dawn Baber of Carlisle; grandson of Del and Farms residential subdivi- proposed trail through this ~ Maggie Baber of Carlisle and Donald and Anna Freeman sion and back to the area. When completed, trail of Hartford. Congratulations Jordan! Summerset Trail at the users will be able to inter- ii City s Aquatic Center. act with restored short and Carlisle Area Historical Society 'This has been a work intall grass prairies, wet- http://cahs.webs.com! progress, with many com-lands, woodlands and an Check out our new web address it's easy to use. Sophomore Class of 1920 mitteemeetings, andefforts oak savannah. Nowhere from our parks and recre- else in the state offers the ation board and the Scotch soil types needed to support Ridge Center steering com- so many distinct ecosystems mittee," explained Mayorwithin such close proximity Ruth Randleman. "Our goal to one another. It will be a is for this project to be a con- gem'for trail users to expe- nector ... connecting rience." Summerset Trail to the pro- City representatives will posed Easter Lake Trail, ul- travel to Dubuque to timately connecting down- present the plan to the Vi- town Des Moines to sion Iowa Board. i't Women: 1. to r: Pauline Sanders, Edna Myer, Roxie Ellis, Luree Thomas, Marie Corzatt, Opal Kelly, Gay Overton Men: 1. to r: Grant Bartholomew, Guy Owens, Bill Ellison, Albert Kline, Orville Foster. Thanks to the Carlisle Alumni Association for the pic- ture and class list. *Please notice: In the class picture from the September 16 Citizen, Hazel Dearing Corzatt is standing next to Claude Corzatt in the front row. She has on a white dress and is standing on HIS left. Carol Murphy at Carmrphy6(~msn.com or 515-989-0577 By Lynda Richards 989-0080 Masons Pancake Breakfast The monthly Pancake Breakfast will be hosted by the Hartford Masons Saturday, October 16th at the Lodge Hall. Breakfast includes scrambled eggs, sausage, pancakes, coffee, juice and milk. This is a free will offering event and is open to the pub- lic. The cribbage boards are always out. DES MOINES HEAIlI & LIB Craig Beveridge Des Moines Heating & Cooling 1100 Army Post Rd Des Moines, IA 50315 Office :515-282-7086 Fax :515-282-3363 Mobile:515-822-3199 http://desrnoinesheatingandcooling.com Keeping you at the RIGHT temperature! TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE CARLISLE CITIZEN CALL 989-0525 Happy 18th Birthday Austin Lister 5921 SE 14th Street, Suite 1800 (east of Culver's) Des Moines, Iowa ~ 515-287-1500 NOW OFFERING Bling Strands and Facials Call for Appointment N, ...... ~ ...... ~ Kathleen (Kat), BonBon & Becky formerly in SouthRidge Mall Monday - closed ~ Tuesday-Friday ~ 9am to 8pm Saturday ~ 9am to 5pm ~ Sunday ~ llam to 5pm Walk-ins Welcome i i ,i ii ,I 'i