"Helping the World Discover Adel" - Vol. 95 September 2016
|Welcome to September in Adel! There's a lot going on this month and we invite you out to take in a game, honor a team, pick Apples, have some BBQ and so much more.|
Speaking of teams,this month we had the pleasure to chat with Mike Whisner, coach of the ADM Tigers.
Terry is back, this month our adventurer is taking on crime. I know... it's a "phase". Between you and me, if I trip on that towel that keeps dropping off Terrry's neck one more time, I'm "phasing" Terry to do an 18 month wildlife study in Siberia.
So grab a cup of coffee, there's a lot to cover this month and we look forward to seeing you in Adel.
Mike Whisner - ADM Football Coach and Educator
Fall is here, there is a nip in the air, and it is time for the first Adel DeSoto Minburn Football game!
This September we embrace the time honored traditions of tailgating, homecoming, and cheering for the ADM Tigers.
This month we spoke to Football Coach Mike Whisner about the spirit of coaching and the important role sports plays within the ADM school district.
Coach Mike Whisner is well known to ADM. As a student of Adel High School, Class of 1976, Mike was part of the '75 undefeated season in conference play and State Champion finalists. After graduation, Coach played football at Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa. For the past 24 years, Mike has been the Head Football coach for ADM.
"After graduating college I came back and was an assistant coach for one year and a substitute teacher in the district. In 1981, I was the coach for Lincoln Center- McGruber. We were an 11-man team for the first time, which was a neat experience to turn the team around. I taught elementary Physical Education and middle school Math. In 1982, I came back to Adel and started teaching Earth & Life Sciences in the middle school for 2 years. I've coached baseball, UNI basketball, wrestling, Girls' basketball and track also. Since then, I have been in Physical Education, 7th-12th grades."
As a Coach and Educator, Mike Whisner's goal is to help prepare ADM students for the future. Involvement in sports help students learn the power of winning, how to cope with defeat, the skills to work together as team players, and provide the foundations of health and wellness.
Coach Whisner is proud to share these responsibilities and rewards with his assistant coaching staff. As a young coach, Whisner tried to do everything himself. Over the years, "Whiz" has developed a program that encourages the whole team to develop a sense of ownership and pride. Each assistant coach has a niche to call their own, and a responsibility to those players.
"My assistants are a major part of why we are successful. This year I have 8 assistants: Steve Stanley- Offense Coordinator, Bric Nelson-Defense Coordinator, Tyler Bohlke-JV Offense Coordinator, Mark McCartney- Running Backs, Wyatt Speiker- Offensive and Defensive Linemen, Cory Thompson- Defensive Linemen , Alex Reams and Adam Crannell- Defensive Backs."
"We've become more and more successful because the assistant coaches have taken ownership of the program. As you go through life and go through coaching, you have a lot of mini successes and everyday you have some mini failures. That is what shapes you and molds you and how you keep working to be successful. I think the biggest key was to share with all my coaches that responsibility and those successes."
"We have to ask ourselves: did you do all the things you needed to do? If you did, and the other team still won, you take that and go from there. If you weren't successful and maybe you didn't do some things well, you take that and try to do better. You try to relate it to life- its not the end of the world, we can be better, let's work on it."
Senior students are looked to as mentors for the underclassmen. Each year at the start of the season, Whisner gathers the seniors for leadership activities.
During the get-together Coach talks about how to treat others and show respect for the team.
Each year, the seniors identify things to focus on during the season- the list cannot focus on scores or beating a rival team.
The list has to focus on things the students could do as a group to make the most of the season.
"This is a reflection on the kids- this is what they want for the team. This year's list: Be a family, be positive, have a memorable year, be physical, be accountable, communicate, play with passion and pride, have each other's back. Very unselfish goals-things you would want as a parent. These are all acceptable things they can do as a team."
Over the past 2 years, educators and school administrators have researched and discussed addressing the needs of the growing school district.
Playing fields require upkeep and upgrades, prompting the committee to recommend laying a new track and turf for the football field which is used during PE classes, Soccer season, Track and Field events, and Football season.
Previously a grass field and red clay track, it was a costly expense to reseed or sod the field and repair the track each season. The plastic turf and black track will help reduce injuries to student athletes, save the school district money in the long run, and maintain a pristine appearance.
The cost effective improvements to the current stadium also include upgrading handicap accessible ramps, extending the bleachers, and installing a new score board.
You can check out the upgrades as you join Coach Whisner and the ADM Football team as they open the 2016 season Friday, September 2nd!
Friday is Senior Night, with recognition during the halftime performance of graduating students participating in ADM Marching Band, Cross Country, Cheerleading, Football, and Dance! 7:30pm kick off.
Homecoming is the following week, September 5th-9th with special events planned Thursday, September 8th including Tigerfest Activities at 5:30pm at the high school practice fields, the Homecoming Parade at 6:00pm (route to be determined), with Coronation and the PowderPuff Game at the stadium starting at 7pm. Friday, September 9th join us at the ADM Stadium for the Homecoming Game against Winterset- 7:30 kick off. Once a Tiger, Always a Tiger!
35 years has afforded Coach Whisner a positive outlook and balanced point of view. Sports and physical education play an important role in helping students understand their potential and strive for success. Coach is thrilled to see student athletes' continue to work hard for their dreams and accomplish their goals, whether that is on the field, in the board room, or at home.
"I think when you look at ADM football you have a representation of a community that does things right to help their kids be successful. Not just in the win or loss column; I think they are successful in things they are going to do in every day life- run their own business or work for someone else or raise a family. I think ADM students are pretty good communicators.
They understand what they have to do to be successful as far as hard work, they still need to make that choice, but I think if students have been involved with the activities and sports I coach, they are pretty well rounded when they leave."
Lincoln Savings Bank - LSB Insurance
Lincoln Savings Bank Tailgate Party - Cyclones vs. Hawks
Community Appreciation Tailgate Party
CYCLONES VS. HAWKS
When: Friday, September 9th
Time: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Where: Lincoln Savings Bank
- 805 Main Street, Adel.
Classic tailgating food, and drink provided. View the IA vs ISU flyer.
Join in the fun and wear your rival colors with pride!
805 Main Street
Adel IA 50003
Lincoln Savings Bank, Member FDIC
Adel Auto Parts Corporation
Celebrating 50 golden years of NAPA Gold Filters
Help NAPA Filters
celebrate 50 years of Know-How
during the Fall Sales Event, September 12 - 17th
All NAPA Gold Filters are on sale.
Stock up on the oil, air, hydraulic, fuel, and cabin filters your equipment requires to stay on the move and out of the shop.Let John and his crew
help you Harvest big savings this September at Adel Auto Parts
, your locally owned NAPA store. View the September Ad
809 Main Street * Adel, Iowa 50003
Phone: 515-993-3212Perry Auto Parts
1001 3rd. St. * Perry, Iowa 50220
Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 5:30 pm
Saturday 7:30 am - Noon
September 9th is Penoach's last Sunset in the Vineyard Concert with Randy Burk and the Prisoners from
No admission charge. Food will be available.
September 17th is the 8th annual Apple Festival. Hot apple wine and apple slushies will be available as well as free wine tastings.
We will have wagon rides around the vineyard, face painting, children's entertainment by Doc Anderson, face painting and marshmallow roasting.
There will be several vendors with food, produce, crafts and many unique items, all Iowa grown or created. Food vendor for the day is Ferinheit Pizza.
Code Blue will perform from 1-5 pm. Admission is free but we request a donation to the local food pantry.
26759 N Ave.
Adel, Iowa 50003
Phone: (515) 993-4374
Together We Can - Co-parenting Program Sept. 13 - Oct. 4th
Iowa State University Extension and Outreach in Dallas County in partnership with Waukee Christian Services will be offering Together We Can: Creating Healthy Future Together, a workshop series for co-parents.
This program is for single parents with young children or couples in unstable relationships who want to work together to resolve conflict and be involved in their child's life.
Together We Can helps participants develop a positive vision for their child and map out the steps to achieve it. "Research shows children benefit when parents collaborate," said ISU Extension Educator Lisa Mickelson. "This program is really about gaining the knowledge you need to come together and create the best outcomes for your child."
Classes will be held Tuesdays, Sept. 13 through Oct. 4 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Waukee Christian Services located at 1155 SE Boone Dr. There is no cost to attend, but registration is required to the Dallas County Extension office.
Strengthening Families Program October 2nd - November 13th
Strengthening Families Workshop offers Guidance for Parents of Pre-teens
Beginning this fall, Iowa State University Extension and Outreach in Dallas County will be offering Strengthening Families Program: For Parents and Youth, ages 10-14.
This seven-week series helps families build communication, problem-solving and stress-coping techniques by working together. For adults, the program helps to improve parenting skills by building a positive relationship with children, setting appropriate limits and following through on consequences - all while showing love and support.
"We were looking for ideas," said past participant Doug Barry of Waukee.
"We had three kids but we didn't have the skills that we thought we should have. There's no manual for raising a 14-year-old and 10-year-old."
Youth have much to gain from SFP: 10-14, too. As adults discuss and share in a separate room, youth engage in topics of how to deal with stress, set goals and handle peer pressure.
"Youth learn about steps needed to reach their goals. It helps them to be future-oriented, so they're more likely to make better decisions than if they're just in the moment," said ISU Extension and Outreach Educator Lisa Mickelson who facilitates the program. In the second half of the weekly sessions, families unite and interact through activities to solidify lessons, work toward building more stable relationships while having fun doing so.
"One thing I love about the program is you do it together. It's not just for parents. The youth participate as well," Mickelson said. "Sometimes with the stresses of everyday life, you just don't have time to relax and enjoy your family."
Workshops will be held at the Waukee Elementary School on Sundays, October 2 to November 13 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. with a free family meal at 5 p.m.
Great Beginnings for Families October 13th - November 10th
Great Beginnings for Families
For parents of infants through preschoolers.
Beginning October 13, Iowa State University Extension and Outreach in partnership with Waukee Community Ed will be offering Great Beginnings for Families, a five-week skills building program for parents of infants through preschoolers.
Great Beginnings helps mothers and fathers learn how to effectively administer positive discipline and guidance while helping their young cope with anger and conflict. Encouraging learning through play and understanding the key principles of child development are also core lessons of this program.
"Trying to communicate or reason with a little one whose language isn't developed can cause stress for both child and parent, presenting unique yet frustrating challenges," said ISU Extension Educator and Great Beginnings facilitator, Lisa Mickelson.
"This program provides participants with the tools they need to overcome these challenges and build a strong family."
Great Beginnings for Families will take place Thursdays, October 13 to November 10 from
6:30-7:45 p.m. at the Waukee Walnut Hills Elementary located at 4240 NW 156th St. in Urbandale. Registration is $10 and can be completed online at www.waukeeschoools.org/commed (course #F1601). For more information contact Lisa at email@example.com
or (515) 993-4281.
Dallas County 4-H Club
Celebrates 100 Years!
The Sugar Grove Sunshine 4-H club is celebrating their 100 year anniversary! Join them at their open house on Saturday,
September 24 from 1 to 5 p.m. at Lake Robbins Ballroom, Woodward.
Enjoy refreshments. Share memories. Watch short programs led by local youth. Search a membership list from 1917 to today. View old photos. Listen to songs sung by members. Connect with Dallas County's oldest - yet still vibrant - 4-H club!
ISU Ext. and Outreach in Dallas County
28059 Fairground Road
Adel, Iowa 50003
Phone: (515) 993-4281
Fax: (515) 993-1027
Adel Winterset TV and Appliance
If it's time to send the kids back to school, it's time to think about what they are sleeping on.
Kids need a good nights sleep to perform best in school. Consider buying them a new bed from Adel Winterset TV & Appliance
We have a large selection to choose from and a price range that will meet your budget. Bring the family out to one of our two stores today!
916 Main St.
Adel, Iowa 50003
Phone: (515) 993-5287
You're Invited to Cowboy Church at Adel UMC Sept 18th
We are SET! Join the Adel United Methodist Church
on September 18th
for a single worship hour, beginning at 10:00 am
for Cowboy Church
Pastor John hopes you will invite others to share in this special worship experience, followed by an outdoor BBQ.Brick Street BBQ
will once again have their delicious BBQ dishes for us to enjoy. No Sunday school on this day.
Cowboy churches are local Christian churches within the cowboy culture that are distinctively Western heritage in character.
A typical cowboy church may meet in a rural setting in a barn, metal building, arena, sale barn, or the back of a feed store; have its own rodeo arena, and a country gospel band. Baptisms are generally done in a stock tank.
There is almost always an opportunity to honor our Veterans and the sermons are usually short and simple. Prior to 1980 there were about 5 cowboy churches in Texas, now the number exceeds 200, and there are an estimated 750 nationwide. In Iowa, there are at least 5 but there may be more.Adel United Methodist Church
115 S. 10th St.
Adel, Iowa 50003
Phone: (515) 993-3791
2016 NFL Punt Pass and Kick Competition - Sept 17th
NFL Punt, Pass, and Kick Competition
Football competition for youth ages 6-15. (Both boys and girls) Local winners advance to the sectional competition.When:
Saturday, September 17thWhere:
Kinnick Feller Park Football FieldTime:
10:30 a.m. Free Program
For more information, please contact Adel Parks & Recreation at (515) 993-4525.Pre-registration is required, please visit Nflppk.comAdel Parks & Rec.Hours: Mon. - Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
301 S. 10th St.
Adel, Iowa 50003
Phone: (515) 993-4525
September Events at the Adel Public Library
Summer is drawing to a close as we prepare for an exciting fall here at the Adel Public Library.
September brings the third annual All Dallas County Reads 1 Book programs in Perry, a new Anything Goes Gift Basket Silent Auction benefiting our Friends Foundation, as well as a new children's program called Monday Move n' Groove.
|Read with us this fall as part of our third annual Dallas County Reads 1 Book. This year we've chosen the mystery novel "Missing Pieces" by Heather Gudenkauf.
Tickets for the Read and Meet with Ms. Gudenkauf on Tuesday September 20th are available at any Dallas County library.
The Read and Meet is at 5:30 pm at the Hotel Pattee in Perry, where hors d'oeuvres and refreshments will be served.
Following the Read and Meet, Ms. Gudenkauf will speak at 7:00 pm at the Perry High School, this event is free and open to the public.
This September, Friends of the Adel Public Library Foundation will have their first ever Anything Goes Basket Silent Auction.
Starting the week of Labor Day, we will be collecting baskets at the library and the silent auction will then run September 12th at 10:00 am through September 30th at 5:00p.m.
The money raised will go for additional shelving for our library.
We want to offer baskets that can be used all year or given away as gifts, and this will be in place of the basket silent auction we normally have during the holiday season.
Put your thinking caps on and surprise us with a basket that will be the hit of the silent auction!
However, if you need some ideas, there will be a list at the library with some suggestions for basket themes.
Please stop by the library to pick up the form that you will need to turn in when you bring in your basket.
Enjoy some Adult Coloring with us on Monday, September 19th at 2:00 pm, we have everything you need to relax and have some fun!
Our next Garage Sale of the year is Friday September 30th from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm and Saturday October 1st from 10:00 am to Noon.
All proceeds from the monthly Garage Sales are used by the Friends of the Adel Public Library Foundation for special projects and programs at the library.
~~~ Kid's activities are back! We'll have an Early Out Movie on Wednesday, September 14th at 2:00 pm when we'll watch the movie "King Fu Panda III" on the big screen.
Our new Monday Move n' Groove will exercise, dance, and play on Monday, September 26th at 2:00 pm.
Join Dallas County residents Diana and Glenn Vondra, volunteer ambassadors for Road Scholar, and learn about the Road Scholar Ambassador Program and their life changing travel options on Wednesday, September 7th at 6:30 pm.
Diana and Glenn have traveled the world, visiting six continents, and will discuss different options that Road Scholar provides.
Story Time for kids ages 3-5 years meets on Mondays, Toddler Time for children ages 3 and under is on Tuesdays, while Music Time for all preschoolers meets on Thursdays.
On the second Saturday of each month we'll have Second Saturday Stories for kids of all ages.
Fall programs begin on Saturday, September 10th and each of these programs meet in the story time room at 10:30 am.
As always, information about the Adel Public Library and all of our clubs, events, and programs is available on our website at www.adelpl.org.
or you can follow us on our Facebook and Twitter!
Adel Public Library
303 S. 10th St.
Adel, Iowa 50003
Mondays and Fridays, 10 am to 5 pm
Tuesdays through Thursdays, 10 am to 7 pm
Saturdays, 10 am to 1:30 pm.
Adel Partners Chamber of Commerce
Adel Partners Chamber of Commerce
Thank You from the Adel Chamber
would like to thank all of the amazing volunteers who helped make the 37th Annual Adel Sweet Corn Festival a successful event.
It takes hundreds of volunteers to organize and host the Sweet Corn Festival, and every contribution is essential to the success of the event.
Whether you joined us for corn shucking, came early to help with vendor set-up, assisted with the parade, staffed the beer tent, or helped in other ways, we truly appreciate the generous support from the Adel community.
P.O. Box 73, 301 S.
10th St., 2nd Floor
Adel, IA 50003
Recipe of the Month -
Inspired Hot Dogs
My Dad always insisted on 100% beef hot dogs and he'd shake his head at me when I put ketchup on them. He was a mustard only kind of guy.
He'd cringe if he knew what went in to today's hot dogs. That's probably why I choose "Kosher" or "Nathan's" for the annual cookout.
There's more to cooking a perfect hot dog than burning them... (cough...TERRY!...). A good dog is slow grilled and turned regularly until it's ready to almost burst. I like mine wrapped in bacon, with Irish mustard, sauerkraut and served in a homemade bun.
The adults are a bit more adventurous. During past cookouts I've been impressed by the variety of "Chicago-style" or "New York-inspired" sandwiches everyone came up with.
In honor of Labor Day and Grill masters everywhere, here are a few choice dogs to enjoy!
Inspired Hot Dogs
- High-quality Frankfurters or Sausages.
- Quality buns.
Tip: Spreadable condiments first, dog in the center, spears on either side, topped with onion and peppers.The Ruben
- Dill Pickle Relish
- Dill Pickle Spear
- Tomato Spears
- Yellow Mustard
- Minced Onion
- Hot Gardianara
Tip: Melt cheese on bun, then construct.
- Corned Beef or Pastrami
- Thousand Island Dressing
- Swiss Cheese
- Caraway Seeds
- Pickle Spear
|New York Inspired
- Yellow Mustard
- Minced Onion
- Caraway Seeds
The Take Out Takedown
- Creamy Coleslaw
- Yellow Mustard
- BBQ Sauce
- Black Pepper
Tip: Combine all ingredients to your liking. Brush sauce on dogs while cooking.Enjoy!
- Siracha Hot Sauce
- Chinese Mustard
- Ginger Powder
- Sesame Seeds
BBQ - Faith Lutheran Sept 11th
Adel's Faith Lutheran Church
invites you to join them for a Free Community BBQ
on Sunday, September 11th,
2016 from 5 - 7 pm
Bring your appetite. Bring your lawn chairs. Come enjoy what the Holy Smokers Group has prepared.Faith Lutheran Church & Preschool LCMS
602 S. 14th St. Adel, Iowa 50003 * Phone: (515) 993-3848
| Faceebook: FaithAdelia
Terry Traveler - Super Hero
Terry Traveler here, your sidekick in the never ending battle for justice.
Yes, my friends, its official; I have become a Super Hero.
What super powers do I possess you may ask? You may well ask, for I have none. I cannot fly, nor fall with style. I cannot see through walls, nay I can barely see through my sunglasses.
I am not wealthy and therefore incapable of building cool gadgets to make up for my lack of super strength. I cannot command cats to do my bidding anymore- last time my cat won every auction on eBay and I'm still paying off the balance.
My rise to Super Hero status has been triumphant. 3 weeks ago I was awarded a Gold Star after I donated blood and cried for only an hour. 2 weeks ago I was awarded the title Super Employee in recognition of emailing my 1 millionth chain letter. And just today, when I thought my luck couldn't soar any higher, I received my Official League of Super Heros Membership Card.
I haven't decided on my Super Hero name yet. Maybe "The Orange Crusader", but that sounds like a soda pop. I was originally thinking "The Tick" but my cousin already goes by that particular nom de plume. As always, the good ones are already taken.
Fear not, citizens of DiscoverAdel.com; I may be nameless, and I may be powerless, I may cause damage to your personal property, I may operate without a cape, in times of trouble, I may be too busy to help, I may use the phrase "I may" too often, and I may forget the point of this sentence, but I promise to be the best Super Hero this community has ever seen.
Silent, in the shadows, not on the rooftops because I'm scared of heights, and at the request of local authorities, at home by 10pm.
Your partner in crime fighting,
John's Baby Steps 5K/1Mile Race & Memory Walk - Oct 1st
The 7th Annual John's Baby Steps 5K & 1 Mile Run/Walk on Saturday, October 1st at Kinnick-Feller Park in Adel.
The money we raise goes to help with child loss prevention.
John's Charity donates Defribrillators (AEDs) to area schools and helps families with keepsakes after the unimaginable loss of a child.
| 5K Schedule:|
Registration: Register Online
- Date: Saturday, October 1, 2016
- Angel Presentation: 8:30 am
- Start Time: 8:45 am
- Location: Kinnick-Feller Riverside Park , Adel, IA
- Early Registration: $30.00 by September 10, 2016 (includes t-shirt)
- After Sept 13th: $30.00 (t-shirts while last)
- Day of Event registration: 7:00-8:15 am
- Ages 12 & under = Free admission (unless want chipped time for 5K Route)
Back This Year:
- Chip Timing for 5K Route
- 1 Mile Memory Walk
- Gender & Age Awards: 19 & under, 20-40 & 41+
- Prizes & Food
- Kids Fun Run at 9:45am/immediately following 5K finishing
- The team that has the most pre-registered participants by September 30, 2016 will win food for a Party for 25.
We would love to have you join us as we remember our Angel Babies as they watch over us.
"Helping prevent and cope with infant and young child loss one baby step at a time..."John's Charity
PO Box 613
De Soto, Iowa 50069
Phone: (515) 314-9171
Wills Family Orchard Apple and Pumpkin Fest - 2016 Season
Fall is here, so contact family and friends and make plans to visit Wills Family Orchard this fall!
You can pick pumpkins, go through the corn maze, take a hay wagon ride,visit the barnyard, and enjoy some fresh cider donuts and other great food items.
There's so much more!
|Wills Family Orchard Apple and Pumpkin Fest Weekends 2016|
- Saturday Sept. 24th (9 - 6 pm)
- Sunday Sept. 25th (Noon - 6 pm)
- Saturday Oct. 1st (9 - 6 pm)
- Sunday Oct. 2nd (Noon - 6 pm)
- Saturday Oct. 8th (9-6 pm)
- Sunday Oct. 9th (Noon - 6 pm)
- RBJ Trio will be spicing up the fall air with their easy listening cover songs
- Sunday afternoons: September 25th; October 2nd and October 9th
* The Master Griller only accepts cash. (Master Card & Visa are accepted in the pumpkin patch and on-farm store for all other purchases.)
|Schedule of Activities - Weather Dependent|
Food Available During Festival Weekends
- Children 2 and Under Free
- Hay Wagon Rides $3/person
- Corn Maze $3/person
- U-pick pumpkins (.45/pound) every weekend - Sept. 17th - Oct. 30th
- U-pick apples based on availability
- Barn yard for viewing chickens and goats
- Outdoor toss games
- Apple wood-smoked-BBQ by Master Griller Catering on festival weekends*
- Fresh foods such as apple cider donuts, caramel apples
- Queens Apple Dessert & sliced apple pie & more
- Food sampling all festival weekends
So grab your flannel shirts and head out to Adel this Fall to find the perfect seasonal produce, pumpkins, farm fun, and beautiful Iowa landscapes!Wills Family Orchard
33130 Panther Creek Road
Adel, IA 50003
Studio Q 360 - Student Wellness Sessions on Sale in September
Studio Q 360 knows that returning to school and transitioning from the summer schedule can be difficult.
Parents are excited to get back to the regularly scheduled program, but kids see each new year as a new hill to navigate. With regular massage, children of all ages can overcome growing pains, altered sleep patterns, stress, and anxiety.
September is Student Wellness Month at Studio Q 360.
Every Student Wellness Session includes a massage, posture review to identify muscle adaptations, discussion about current habits and hobbies, and self care techniques unique to their needs. $45 per session.
Parents are encouraged to learn along with their children as we discuss staying hydrated, how to apply RICE therapy and other techniques to help kids along the personal wellness journey.
Student Wellness Sessions eligible for students 5-19.
Mention DiscoverAdel.com to receive discount!
Katina Brocka, LMT
917 Main St.
Adel, IA 50003
Phone: (515) 689-4754
Well, that wraps it up for the DiscoverAdel.Com
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