|Dear Friend of Adel, |
As a kid I always loved taking walks after supper with my folks. My parents would each hold one of my hands, as I tended to wander a bit. The walks always headed in a new direction from the last trip, but quite often we ended up at the local ice cream shop.
We carried that tradition on with our girls when they were still at home. Now with the grand kids we're continuing the tradition to a third generation. There's too many to all hold hands with at once, but they fit nicely in the wagon.
Recently we've been ending up at Adel's newest business on the square for gelato and toffee. we'll often run into John Romano, who always has a smile on his face. John's the owner of Al Dente Toffee which just opened in September. We had the honor of interviewing him this month and and you'll see that he appreciates the traditions of a good third generation story.
Back to the gelsto, one likes the sorbet, one likes the blueberry and the youngest loves the dark chocolate. I get a cup of coffee and a small bag of toffee, the combination is perfect. Then we head home, past the courthouse, thankful to live in a town that you can still stroll through in the evenings.
Speaking of Adel, we also have news about; Next 2 New's move, several Holiday events for this month and the next, Adel Family Dentistry, a day of bowling for a good cause, testing for your pet, news from Around Town, a Recipe From Home and Much More!
So, grab a cup of coffee, maybe some toffee, and get comfortable for a great read.
We look forward to seeing you in Adel this month.
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|John Romano - Al Dente Toffee|
The latest addition to the Adel downtown square is Al Dente Toffee, owned and operated by 3rd generation Italian toffee maker John Romano.
|L-R: John and his daughters; Mariah, Laura, and Madison|
This month we spoke to John about rehabilitating the store, his confectionery passions, and what it takes to make an idea into reality.
Buzz around the new business has kept Adel talking for months. Last summer, the Adel Public Library gave away Al Dente Toffee as a gift and talk about the one-of-a-kind candy began.
When the storefront was enclosed people couldn't help but wonder what was going on behind the scenes. A first glance of green and purple sent sparks throughout the area, and the whole community was surprised to see the bright teal door.
The grassroots campaign worked organically - customers couldn't wait to experience Al Dente toffee.
For the past 15 years John has developed the family's secret recipe into his own. Originally brought to America by Giovanni Romano in 1920, born 1899 as marked on the label, the classic toffee was often served at the end of the meal.
|The Al Dente Toffee Store front|
Passed down to John by his father, he began making it for Christmas presents and was told time and again to bring his confections to the mass market. It was a family trip to Italy two years ago where John first fell in love with gelato and realized he wanted to do something enjoyable.
Al Dente Toffee was coined after the Italian saying "to the bite", or the more popular but inaccurate "to the tooth". The Romano recipe involves working the toffee, pouring it thinner, and using a higher nut content to produce a final product that is easy to bite into, much like properly cooked pasta.
John is a trained pharmacist by day, candy maker at night. His training certainly affects his toffee - helping him understand the chemical reaction of sugars, fats and Iowa's ever-changing humidity.
|One of the copper pots used to make 40lb. batches of toffee|
He adjusts cooking times with each batch based on color rather than temperature, which any home baker will tell you is a true feat.
The small, 40-pound batches are made in large pots and then poured along the long tables, topped with chocolate and almonds.
The finished product is a rich, smooth toffee that melts in your mouth and doesn't stick to your teeth.
Romano and family currently offer 7 flavors of toffee: Classic Almond, Orange Dark Chocolate, Coconut Dark Chocolate, Bourbon Pecan, Triple Espresso, and Pumpkin Pie Pecan.
Customers have quickly identified their personal favorites and that makes John happy. "Everybody is locked into 'this is my favorite, this is what I want.' That's the part I like about the whole thing. My favorite is the Coconut Dark Chocolate; I also like the Pumpkin Pie Pecan."
|Have you picked your favorite yet?|
Al Dente Toffee also serves gourmet coffee, pastries, and real Italian gelato and sorbets. Gelato has a lower fat content and less air than ice cream, which makes gelato develop a fuller, deeper flavor. Al Dente purchases the gelato premade from Florida resident and first generation Italian, Guido.
"I decided if I was going to buy it, I had to buy it from a real Italian. 20 years ago Guido visited the US and realized no one was selling gelato. So he moved his family here. We want to visit Bologna, Italy and learn to make it ourselves someday."
For John, the dream of owning his own store has been made possible with significant effort and forethought. For many in Adel, Bonnie's Flowers and Gifts was a staple location for many years. It has been sitting quietly, waiting for the right investor to come along. The long, narrow building was in desperate need of repairs. For some, it was too steep a hill to climb, but not for John Romano.
|Deciding between Toffee and or Gelato|
The long building provided ample space for his 20-foot toffee table and two, 10-foot cooling tables- something no other location had to offer. The tall ceilings with original artistic tiles solidified the deal.
"Honestly when I saw Bonnie's shop and the ceiling I decided this was the place to be.
Adel has a great downtown, and I saw a great building in need of repair.
My brother and I came together on weekends to put it back together. We tore down the wood paneling and repaired the plaster walls.
We redid the front [stained the floors], built out the windows, and redid the ceiling. We built a commercial kitchen with a new exhaust system, multiple sinks, and new plumbing. Everything.
We probably have 40-50 hours in the ceiling alone. 12 hours of that was dry ice blasting it clean."
With the building back to working order, John hired Shelly Clark of CG Design to select the color scheme. She chose a bright teal paint and developed a stylish, modern/ antique theme. She began with an antique finish for the ceiling, worn doorways and accents, and dark woodwork.
Shelly then selected bright, oversized photographs of Italian scenes to fill the large walls. The combination of teal, purple, green, and rusty red give the store a vibrant personality and set the stage for an exceptional experience. "My wife told me to trust Shelly, and I'm glad I did."
Al Dente opened its doors September 24th and reported great sales. Multiple customers visited the shop in the morning for coffee, returned later in the day for a toffee treat, and finished out the evening with more toffee and gelato.
|Classic architecture revived|
The instant success of the shop has propelled John to add more gelato and sorbets and bring out new seasonal toffee flavors. Ideas abound as John considers adding paninis and other lunch items.
John Romano and his family have developed Al Dente from a hobby into a livelihood; proof that the American Dream thrives in Adel, Iowa.
Monday - Saturday 7:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m
Al Dente Toffee - Romano and Co.
109 N. 9th St.
Adel, Iowa, 50003
|Next 2 New at New Location Nov. 1st|
| Next 2 New would like to announce the opening of our new store, November 1st.|
New Location, New Building, More Variety.
Grand opening will be sometime the first part of November. We are still putting out new product daily... Read More
Next to New
215 South 6th St. Ste. B
Adel, Iowa 50003
Phone: (515) 993-1935
|Adel Family Dentistry New In-Network Providers Announced|
| Adel Family Dentistry is pleased to announce that they are now in-network providers for patients with Cigna Dental and Principal Dental Insurance.|
In October, Dr. Kelly Sedars celebrated his 10th year of service to the community.
New patients are always welcome to stop by the office to meet the friendly staff and take a tour of the new facility.
Adel Family Dentistry is also on Facebook. Like their page to find out fun dental facts and important health information as well as win cool prizes.
Adel Family Dentistry, P.C.
Dr. Kelly Sedars, D.D.S.
1202 Greene St.
Adel, Iowa 50003
Phone: (515) 993-3701
|Holiday Soup Luncheon, Craft & Bake Sale |
| Panther Creek Church of the Brethren Women's Fellowship is hosting a "Holiday Soup Luncheon, Craft & Bake Sale" on Saturday, November 23rd from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.|
Soup choices will be chili or cheesy potato.
Please join us for lunch and the craft and bake sale.
Panther Creek Church of the Brethren is located at 24529 J Avenue, Adel. Please call 993-4096 if you have any questions.
Panther Creek Church of The Brethren
24529 J Ave.
Adel, IA 50003
|The Animal Hospital - Therapy Dog Testing |
| The Animal Hospital of Adel is offering Therapy Dog Testing on November 23rd, 2013.|
Testing will be held from 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. at Seelah Training Center, 29513 R Avenue Adel, Iowa.
Test administered by a certified TDI evaluator.
For more information or to register
contact: Paula Exline (515) 993-1929
View Therapy Flyer
The Animal Hospital of Adel
1126 Greene St.
Adel, Iowa 50003
Phone: (515) 993-3410
Facebook: The Animal Hospital of Adel
|Adel's Divine Dancers - Bowling, Raffle and Drive for AHeinz Pet Rescue|
| Join Adel's Divine Dancers for an afternoon of bowling to help support |
the team on their way to competition,
and a wish list donation drive for AHeniz 57 Pet Rescue and Transport.
On November 9th, come to the Adel Family Fun Center at 1526 Greene St. from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. and enjoy two hours of bowling for just $10 a person.
Also, there will be raffle tickets with a variety of baskets and prizes.
Tickets are available for... Read More
Adel Tumbling & Dance Club
211 S 7th St Ste A
Adel, IA 50003
|30th Annual Holiday Open House|
| Hollie Forsman, LeRoy Wicks and Laura Brenner invite you to Our Holiday Open House at the Raccoon Valley Bank Community House. |
2 Days this Year
Friday, Nov. 15th - 1:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 16th - 9:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Custom and Special orders are available and most can be done in time for Christmas.
Let us help you do your Christmas shopping. Read More
Raccoon Valley Bank Community House
1016 Main St.
Adel, Iowa 50003
|2013 Operation Christmas Child Ideas |
November 18 - 25 is National Collection Week for Operation Christmas Child.
Simply filling an empty shoebox with school supplies, hygiene items (no liquids, please), small toys, and candy (except chocolate) can make the difference of a lifetime for a child!
This outreach, a division of the international relief organization Samaritan's Purse, extends all around the world to millions of children living amid devastating poverty and extreme crises.
Boxes made by Dallas County residents this November will go to children in Madagascar, Zambia, Kenya, and/or India.
These simple gifts go to children who are living in destitute conditions. Many of them are orphans, having lost their parents to war or disease. Others are exiles who have been forced to flee their homelands. Most of these children are so impoverished that they barely get enough food to sustain their lives. They live in unimaginable despair with no hope for reprieve.
What can we do? We can let these children know that they are loved, that their lives are worth something. We can pack a simple box with simple items, send it, and pray. When these children receive their gifts, they realize that they are not alone. This simple gift gives them the gift of hope, and it can potentially transform their lives. You can make this difference!
Please bring your gift-filled shoe box or donation to the collection site for Dallas County-the Adel United Methodist Church (115 S. 10th & Prairie, Adel).
Boxes may be dropped off during the 3rd week of November. Hours are: Monday - Friday (18th - 22nd) from 4 - 6 p.m.; Saturday the 23rd,10 a.m. - noon; Sunday the 24th, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.; and Monday, Nov. 25th (final day), 9 - 11 a.m.. (Please drive up to the ramp extending from the church to Prairie Street. It's an easy transition to transport the boxes from your vehicle into the church!)
Thank you and God bless you!
Dallas County Coordinator for Operation Christmas Child
email@example.com; 515 (993-1003)
Ideas & Guidelines for Operation Christmas Child Items
A Personal Note: You may enclose a note to the child and a photo of yourself or your family. (If you include your email address, the child may write back).
School Supplies: Pens, pencils and sharpeners, crayons or markers, stamp and ink pad sets, writing pads or paper, solar calculators, coloring and picture books, etc.
Toys: Small cars, balls, dolls, stuffed animals, kazoos, harmonicas, yo-yo's, jump ropes, small Etch A Sketch,® toys that light up or make noise (with extra batteries), Slinky,® etc.
Hygiene Items: Toothbrush, toothpaste, mild bar soap (put in Ziploc baggie), comb, washcloth, etc.
Other: T-shirts, socks, ball caps, wrapped/packaged candy, sunglasses, hair clips, toy jewelry, watches, flashlights (with extra batteries)
Do Not Include: Used or damaged items; war-related items such as toy guns, knives or military figures; chocolate or food; out- of-date candy; items with violent themes (skulls, Pokémon, ghosts, etc.); liquids or lotions (this includes: hand-sanitizer, mouthwash, shampoo, bubbles, liquid lip gloss, nail polish, and water-filled bouncy balls); medications or vitamins; breakable items such as snow-globes or glass containers; aerosol cans.
How To Build An Operation Christmas Child Gift-Filled Shoebox
1. Use an empty shoebox (standard size, please) or a similarly-sized plastic container. You can wrap the box (lid separately), but wrapping is not required. Most importantly, pray for the child who will receive your gift.
2. Determine whether your gift will be for a boy or a girl, and the child's age category: 2-4, 5-9, or 10-14. Print out the appropriate boy/girl label from Samaritanspurse.org/occ or cut out label from your brochure. Mark the correct age category on the label, and tape the label to the top of your box.
3. Fill the box with a variety of gifts that will bring delight to a child. Use the gift ideas provided on the bottom of this page. Please include at least one item a child can immediately embrace such as a stuffed toy, doll, ball or toy truck.
4. Please donate $7 or more for each shoebox you prepare to help cover shipping and other project costs. You can give online by using our "Follow Your Box Donation" option at samaritanspurse.org/occ or you can write a check to Samaritan's Purse (note "OCC" on memo line) and place it in an envelope on top of the gift items inside your box. If you or your group are preparing more than one shoebox, you may make one combined donation.
5. Place a rubber band around each closed shoebox and drop it off at the collection center for Dallas County residents, the Adel United Methodist Church at 115 South 10th & Prairie, November 18-25, 2013. Drop off times will be 4-6 p.m. Mon. - Fri. (Nov. 18-22); Sat. the 23rd hours are 10 a.m. - noon; Sunday the 24th hours are 11:30 a.m.- 1:30 p.m.; Monday, Nov. 25th is the final day and last chance for drop off is 9 - 11 a.m..
Questions? Please call Stefanie Wilderdyke, Operation Christmas Child Coordinator for Dallas County at (515) 993-1003 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adel United Methodist Church
115 South Tenth Street
Adel, Iowa 50003
Phone: (515) 993-3791
|Adel Business Holiday Open House Dec. 6th |
| Adel Business Holiday Open House|
5 to 7 p.m. ~ Friday, December 6th.
This year's theme, "Peppermint Twist"
Adel Partners Chamber of Commerce invites you to participate in the 2013 Holiday Open House!
All Chamber businesses, civic organizations, and churches are welcome to celebrate this annual tradition. Businesses and organizations from all neighborhoods of Adel are welcome!
There are several opportunities to help create a memorable holiday experience for everyone to enjoy. Adel Holiday Open House & Recipe Collection: Choose a holiday recipe and send a copy of the recipe to Adel Partners.
We will print your recipe on souvenir cards and return a supply to you to distribute during the Open House.
As visitors tour the community that evening, you will serve.. Read More
Adel Partners Chamber of Commerce
301 S. 10th St.
PO Box 73
Adel, Iowa 50003
Phone: (515) 993-5472
|Adel HealthMart - Holiday Open House|
| The winter season is almost upon us and it is that time of year again for our annual Holiday Open House. |
It will be held on Friday, November 8th from 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. We will have free refreshments and treats.
There will also be a free gift with purchase to the first 50 customers as well as some great door prizes.
If you haven't already, check us out on facebook. Like our page or share our page with a friend for your chance to win a $25 gift certificate.
We hope you will stop by to see all our new merchandise and get ready for the holiday season!
Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Adel Health Mart
After hours Emergency: 515-333-2959
2013 Adel Yoga Class Schedule
Over the years, our yoga group has developed into a close group of friends that get together once a week for gentle exercise We invite you to... Continue reading
Faith Lutheran Church Harvest Dinner Nov. 1st
Join Faith Lutheran Church, as they give thanks to the Lord for a blessed harvest. Friday, November 1, 2013, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m... Continue reading
2013 City of Adel Elections Nov. 5th
The regular election for the City of Adel will be held on Thursday, November 5th, 2013. Positions scheduled for election are (2) two Council Member seats... Continue reading
| Flu Shots Available at Adel HealthMart
Flu shots are now available at Adel HealthMart. No appointment is necessary. Hours the vaccination is available are Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m... Continue reading
| Veteran's Day Chili Feed at Captain's Quarters Nov 11th|
Come out and show your support for our Veterans at the Captain's Quarter's in Adel Iowa. Wednesday, November 11th, 2013. We will have 4 different... Continue reading
| Daylights Savings Ends This Sunday|
Sunday, November 3rd is the first Sunday of November and the Official End of Daylight Savings Time. Don't forget to set back your clocks this Saturday night. It's also... Continue reading
| 3rd Annual Chili Cook Off at Keasey's Nov. 17th|
Keasey's Hideaway Lounge in Adel, invites you to their 3rd Annual Chili Cook Off on Sunday, November 17th, 2013. $5 entry fee 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place... Continue reading
| UMC Thanksgiving Ingathering Nov. 2nd|
The Adel United Methodist Church Thanksgiving Ingathering is November 2nd. We are collecting supplies to put together 45 school kits and need your help!... Continue reading
| Thanksgiving Free Throw Turkey Toss November 22nd|
Thanksgiving Free Throw Turkey Toss. A fun holiday event for the whole family! Each team must consist of one parent and one child from the same family. Teams will... Continue reading
| 2013 Harvey's Greenhouse Winter Markets|
Harvey's Greenhouse will be hosting four winter markets. They will be Friday from 12-5 p.m, and Saturday from 9 a,m,-2 p,m inside the greenhouse... Continue reading
| Adel Grace Lutheran Church Christmas Bazaar Nov. 9th|
Grace Lutheran Church Annual Christmas Bazaar will be held on Saturday, November 19th from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. There will be "Themed" baskets to auction off.... Continue reading
2013 Sign-up for "Notes From The North Pole"
Have a letter from Santa mailed directly to your child this Christmas. Each letter comes in an envelope with Santa's name and return address in the corner.... Continue reading
Free Kids Clothes Closet
Kids Clothes Closet is here to help with free clothing! Stop by the Kids Clothes Closet in Adel on the first and third Saturday of each month from 9-11am... Continue reading
Adel United Methodist Church Wednesday Night Suppers
Each Wednesday from September 11th to May, the Adel United Methodist Church will offer a balanced meal to members of the church and to people in our community... Continue reading
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|This month we showcase John Romano of |
Al Dente Toffee in Adel
|Adel Public Library|
|Courtesy of the Adel Library|
As the days grow shorter and the nights get colder your library is working hard to stay warm and busy.
In November we have an awesome Milk and Bookies story time, one of our favorite Friends of the Adel Public Library fundraisers, and lots of other great events and programs.
Your library is very excited to be hosting a Milk and Bookies Story Time to benefit the Adel Crisis Intervention & Advocacy Center as well as Children and Families of Iowa.
This special event on Wednesday, November 6th at 2:00 p.m. is a great way to inspire children to become lifelong givers.
We'll have books for you to purchase or you can bring gently used books as a donation.
Kids will have a chance to inscribe their books with messages of hope and kindness.
We believe this is a great chance to teach kids to have empathy for children and families in need.
The holidays are fast approaching and our master chef (at least she could be) Janet and the library staff have some great No-Bake Desserts to help make your family gathers quick and easy.
Join us on Thursday, November 7th at 6:30 p.m. to share some yummy treats and learn some fun holiday recipes.
We miss watching Classic Movies on the big screen so we've decided to bring back Classic Movie Mondays.
We'll watch the beloved film "On Golden Pond" starring the incomparable Katherine Hepburn and Henry Fonda on Monday, November 18th at 2:00 p.m.; we'll bring the popcorn!
Believe it or not, it's almost time for one of our favorite Friends of the Library fundraisers.
The annual Christmas Basket Silent Auction raises funds for the purchase of new Audio Books on CD.
Adel area churches, civic groups, clubs, and individuals are asked to prepare fun-filled baskets full of goodies.
Baskets may be brought to the library from Monday Nov. 4th through Saturday Nov. 16th.
Guidelines about how to put together a basket, and ideas for basket themes, are available at the front desk.
The auction and silent bidding will begin on Monday, Nov. 18th.and these baskets always make wonderful holiday gifts.
Our Book Clubs
have been reading lots of interesting books lately and are always welcoming new people.
The library has two monthly adult book clubs that are open to everyone.
The Brown Bag Book Club meets on Thursday, November 14th at Noon to talk about "The Language of Flowers" by Vanessa Diffenbaugh.
Due to the holidays our Evening Book Club will on Thursday, December 5th to talk about the novel "Those we Love Most" by Lee Woodruff.
The library has two great groups to help you stay healthy and fit.
The morning Exercise Group meets Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays at 9:00 a.m. every week.
Our new evening Fitness Group meets every Tuesday and Thursday at 6:30 p.m.; this group will help you built your core strength and muscle tone.
Both groups are free and always welcoming new people. Complete schedules are available at the information desk.
Dallas County Conservation will be at your library for a special story time on Tuesday, November 12th at 10:30 a.m. They will bring stories, activities, and artifacts to the library for a program about the natural world.
We are having so much fun during our weekly kid's activities.
Every Magnificent Monday at 4:00 p.m. we'll have a different activity; the first Monday of the month is Lego League, the second Monday is a Mad Science group, the third Monday we'll play Board Games, and the fourth Monday is a Crafternoon. All school aged kids are welcome to come and have fun at your library!
Story Time for ages 3-5 year olds will meet on Mondays, Toddler Time for children 3 and under will be held on Tuesdays, while Music Time for all preschoolers will meet on Thursdays. The first Thursday of each month will be a special LEGO: Duplo Story time instead of Music Time. Each class will begin at 10:30 a.m. and is sure to be lots of fun.
The next Teen Advisory Board meeting for the fall will be on Tuesday, November 12th at 4:00 p.m.
Your library would never be able to function without the help of our volunteers, and in September this wonderful group spent 158 hours working in the library.
We are always looking for new volunteers and, if you'd like to donate your time and talents to your library, please call the library at 993-3510 and ask for the volunteer coordinator.
The library will be closed in observance of Veterans Day on Monday, November 11th.
We are also closed Thursday, November 28th and Friday, November 29th for Thanksgiving.
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 page or on Twitter.
Mon. and Fri. 10am-5pm
Tues. -Thurs. 10am-7pm
Adel Public Library
303 S. 10th St.
Adel, Iowa 50003
Adel Public Library
|Recipe of the Month|
When the kids were little,
I taught them how to cook everything from A-Z, except for one item.
Sadly, I couldn't make quiche, that wonderful flaky dish served at many fine buffets.
It's an "omelet in a pie crust". I can do both well, surely I could do this.
After countless recipes, I hung up my oven glove on this particular dish.
Years later, my oldest learned how to make quiche at her first job.
Spurred on by the simplicity of the subject (ouch
) she showed me what I was doing wrong.
I was over filling the shell, a half cup is subjective, right?
If like me, you're generous with the proportions use a second shell and be easy on the cheese.
Thus, the student became the teacher.
Following is one of her own creations. It's a nice twist on a classic dish.Ingredients
1 Pie Crust
1 C. Ground Sausage (Spicy or Sage)
1 Potato, Diced
1 C. Pumpkin puree
3 Tbsp Cream Cheese, room temp.
2 Eggs, room temp.
1 C. Milk
1/2 tsp. Thyme
1/2 tsp. Sage
1/4 tsp. Salt
1/4 tsp. Black Pepper
1/4 tsp. Nutmeg
1/2 C. Mozzarella CheeseDirections1.
Brown the ground sausage in a skillet over medium heat. Once fully cooked, drain excess fat. Set aside to cool.2.
Place diced potato in microwave bowl with 2 Tbsp of water. Cover and microwave on high for 5 minutes, or until fork tender. Set aside to cool. 3.
In a large bowl combine eggs, milk, seasonings and cream cheese- whisk together. Add pumpkin and mix until well combined. Fold in sausage and potato.4.
Sprinkle mozzarella cheese on bottom of crust. Pour the pumpkin mixture on top. 5.
Bake at 375 degrees for 60 minutes, or until center is fully set. 6.
Allow to cool for 10 minutes before serving.
|Veteran's Day |
Remember to fly your flag in honor of those who have served and thank a Vet.
Originally called "Armistice Day", it marked the events on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day in the eleventh month when an armistice was signed with the Germans and World War I was over
An Act approved May 13th, 1938, made the 11th of November in each year to make it a legal holiday;
"A day to be dedicated to the cause of world peace and to be thereafter celebrated and known as 'Armistice Day'."
In 1953 a Bill was passed that expanded Armistice Day to celebrate all veterans. In 1954 Congress changed the name to Veteran's Day.
| |ViewPoints w/Terry Bradshaw
highlights the history and growth of Adel, Iowa in this short video
titled "Welcome to Adel Iowa".
The video was posted on Youtube® and Facebook
by Adel City Councilman, John McAvoy.
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