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April 22nd

Annual golf tournament May 5 to benefit pantry

NORTH LIBERTY– Dust off the clubs and join the North Liberty Community Pantry for its 7th Annual 4-Person Best Shot Golf Tournament on Friday, May 5, at Brown Deer Golf Club, 1900 Country Club Dr. in Coralville.
Check-in is 7:30-8:30 a.m., with a tee time of 9 a.m. Team registration is $450 and includes continental breakfast, green fees, carts, catered lunch, driving range balls and team pictures for each player. During the tournament there will be a silent auction. Awards and lunch will be served immediately following the tournament.

Quail Creek tournament April 23

NORTH LIBERTY– Quail Creek Golf Course is hosting its first ever Big Cup Tournament to be held in the spring. The 18-hole, four-person best shot with 8-inch cups tournament is Sunday, April 23, 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 700 Club House Rd.
The cost is $55 per player ($35 for members) or $220 for a foursome and includes a cart, fees, tournament entry and entry into pin events. Space is limited and only paid entrants will be guaranteed carts. Call the clubhouse at 319-626-2281 to reserve your spot.

Library fundraiser and 2K walk April 23

NORTH LIBERTY– It’s all about the bump. The North Liberty Community Library invites community members to participate in its first Waddle Walk on Sunday, April 23, at 1 p.m., starting at the library and continuing along the trail around Liberty Centre Pond.
This 2K walk is a fundraiser to support the library’s Read to the Bump program, which helps build a baby’s personal library before birth by purchasing board books to give to expecting families. The program is currently offered at the North Liberty Community Pantry.

Manic Drive concert at Grace Community Church Friday, April 21

NORTH LIBERTY– On their “Into the Wild” tour, Manic Drive will be stopping at Grace Community Church on Friday, April 21, from 6-8 p.m.
Featuring 30,000 watts of sound, a 30-foot LED video wall, special effects and intelligent lighting, Manic Drive brings an energetic style of worship.
Single tickets are available at graceb3.churchcenteronline.com for $10 or you can purchase a family bundle for $50. Grace Community Church is located at 2707 Dubuque St. NE.

Spring Cleanup Day Saturday, April 29

NORTH LIBERTY– Spring Cleanup Day on Saturday, April 29, from 7-11:30 a.m. is for residents of North Liberty only. Please be prepared to verify that you are a North Liberty resident with a water bill stub or driver’s license. North Liberty residents pay 30¢ each month on their recycling bill for this service.
Miscellaneous large items are to be brought to the Public Works Facility, 620 Calvin St.
Assistance will be provided to the elderly or handicapped. Please call City Hall (319-626-5700) by April 27 to make arrangements.

NL City council approves FY18 budget and $10.5 million CIP

NORTH LIBERTY– North Liberty is growing. And, more people means more money needed for services such as public safety, recreation and public works.
How much more? About $13.5 million in the last five years.
At a Feb. 28 meeting, the North Liberty City Council approved the city’s fiscal year 2018 budget of $47,978,285– up from $34,541,042 in FY13.

Spartans fall short against No. 1

Solon sophomore Luke Yetley attempts a head into the net in the first period of a varsity soccer match with two-time defending state champion Dyersville Beckman April 15 in Solon. The Spartans held the Blazers without a goal in the first half, but two scores in the second gave Beckman a 2-0 win. (photo by Doug Lindner)

Spartans ninth at Jesse Day Invitational

By Jeff Hess
Solon Economist
DAVENPORT– The Spartans faced 11 teams in competition on Thursday, April 13, at Brady Street Stadium and emerged ninth in the meet standings. It was the last varsity meet prior to hosting the Denny Gruber Coed Relays on Tuesday, April 18. The junior varsity squad travels to Marion for the Marion JV Relays on Monday, April 17.

Solon 4x400 sets school record

Lady Spartans third at Jesse Day Invitational

DAVENPORT– With a school record in the final event, Solon’s girls capped an impressive showing at the Jesse Day Invitational Track meet April 13 in Davenport. Solon won four events, was second in two more, and double-placed in three individual events. The Lady Spartans scored in 14 of the 19 events in the meet.
“We had a strong feeling we could do some of the things we accomplished (at Davenport),” noted Solon Coach Brent Sands. “We only loaded a few events. Some of the faster girls only had two events. We want to give everybody a chance to run at this point.”

Lady Spartans down Maquoketa, West Delaware on the links

SOLON– Depth paid off for the varsity Lady Spartan golfers during a triangular meet with Maquoketa and West Delaware at the Lake MacBride Golf Course April 13.
Solon’s top three golfers were within two strokes of each other’s scores.
Maquoketa’s Taylor Thede took medalist honors with a score of 44, and West Delaware’s Ashley Goebel was runner-up with a 46, but that wasn’t enough to top Solon.