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THANK YOU! HAIR BARN’S 50 YEARS

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Who would of thought that 50 years ago our dad, Robert Hey along with his wife, would have started a barber shop and that this little brick building named, Bob’s Barber Shop would still be thriving in the same location, 6510 Bluffton Road.

The year was 1960 and the hairstyles were short, crew cuts, flat tops, pineapples and shaves. As we all know times change and in the 70s longer hair was in style, so our dad chose to keep up with these changes and took extra classes learning to layer hair...

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3 BANDS – PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT HONOR FLIGHT

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On September 25th the American Legion Post #160 and volunteers of other Huntington County Veterans Organizations will host an outdoor concert. This is a family outing and will have activities for the children as well. There will be three featured bands for the evening including Shakin Bake, Acoustic Rush, and Only Son. Gates will open at 3:00 p.m. through 9:00 p.m. Presale tickets for the event will be available for $6 and $8 the day of the event. Kids 10 and under are free. Food and beverages...

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AROUND THE KAMPFIRE (TIPS ON LIVIN' OUTSIDE.)

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NOW IS THE TIME

TO GO CAMPING

Ask me at anytime for my advice on when to go camping and I will immediately tell you, “Before Memorial Day weekend and after Labor Day weekend, and for several reasons.”

#1-Less or no biting flies, creepy crawlys, snakes, bugs, spiders, or mosquitoes. The earlier in the spring and the further into fall the less you will see.

#2-Less people in the campgrounds, which means more quiet time, less noise, less lanterns (I hate lanterns).  You get to see more...

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SENATOR LUGAR CHAMPIONS FOOD DRIVE, HUNGER AWARENESS

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Lugar continues leadership on hunger issues in Indiana and in Washington
As children around the state are back in school and our members of Congress go back to Washington, we are humbled by the number of Indiana children in need of food assistance and grateful that our own Senator Lugar is working hard at home and in Congress to reduce child hunger.
One in six Indiana children lives in a family that struggle to get enough to eat. Over 50 percent of Indiana school-children can count on free or...

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DID YOU KNOW?

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This week’s DYK is from a recently published book, God and Spirituality: A supra-personal ground of being does not contradict the scientific worldview. On Einstein’s fourth criticism, that belief in a personal God contradicts the scientific world view, Paul Tillich quotes the physicist himself, and then makes a careful and important distinction (absent from the famous scientist’s talk) between the personal, the sub-personal, and the supra personal. Einstein said that there was a kind of...

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MESSAGE FROM THE MAYOR

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MAYOR INVITES YOU TO INAUGURAL PUBLIC SAFETY DAY SEPT. 11 AT PUBLIC SAFETY ACADEMY

Free event to start with 9-11 memorial service, includes Don’t Miss a Beat CPR training, Red Cross blood drive and demonstrations from public safety agencies

Regional Public Safety Academy Director and Fort Wayne-Allen County Homeland Security Director Bernie Beier and I would like to invite you to the inaugural Public Safety Day Saturday, Sept. 11.

The free, family-friendly event will feature demonstrations...

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