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As Kevin Mc Keever enters his third year as a judge in Iowa’s Sixth Judicial District, the University of Iowa College of Law alumnus keeps one philosophy top of mind.“I think when you serve the people, you should always aspire to be great.”The Annex, a new extension of the University of Iowa’s Seamans Center for the Engineering Arts and Sciences, will lead students into the next century and beyond with expanded educational opportunities and state-of-the-art classroom, research, and study space.Members of the UI ASME club at the College of Engineering are building a solar car with hopes of competing in a cross-country race and visiting all 99 Iowa counties.



Events take place Friday, November 9th through Sunday, November 18th. Bring your poodle skirts and roll up your white T’s because this is an event even Elvis won’t miss!Traditional events including the Gala, Teddy Bear Tea, Style Show, Santa’s Workshop, Bake Sale and Dance Spectacular will surely be a success in 2007. The Festival of Trees committee has teamed-up with Cedar Falls Community Main Street, Cedar Falls Historical Society, The Cedar Falls Women’s Club, The Hearst Center for the Arts and the Cedar Falls Recreation Center to bring you the first ever Sartori Lights Up Downtown Parade and Tree Lighting.New events to be showcased this year include: Speed Dating, a chance to meet the man or woman of your dreams in just three minutes, will be a pre-event to the Jingle Bell Rock. The event will kick-off with the lighting of the Sartori Tree on the 400 block of Main Street.The first Festival of Trees parade will travel down Main Street and end at the Overman Park annual tree lighting with a performance by the UNI Men’s Glee Club.

Other activities during this event includes the Cedar Falls Historical Society’s 25th Annual Christmas Walk, a visit from Santa, hot apple cider, a weaver’s demonstration, the children’s choir and a chamber ensemble will be at various historical homes. The Hearst Center for the Arts and the Cedar Falls Recreation Center teamed-up to have a kid’s craft night at the Cedar Falls Community Center.

Parents may drop their kids at the Community Center, then enjoy a night of shopping at downtown stores where Main Street merchants will offer specials, donating a portion of their sales to Festival of Trees.