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Congratulations to Lauren Hellinger (left) and Kara Baumgartner (right) for being named St. Joseph-St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Distinguished Graduates of 2005. They were selected by their teachers as excelling in academics, extra curricular activities, service to others, leadership, and being Christian Witnesses.

Tuesday, May 17, four bowlers were induced into the Fort Wayne Bowler's Hall of Fame. The ceremony was held at Hall's Guest House on West Washington Center Road. Each Hall of Fame bowling inductee was introduced to the audience by a presenter. The presenter explained the accomplishments of the person being inducted.

The two women bowlers honored by the Fort Wayne Women's Bowling Association were Cleota Dewitt, presented by Denneen Ford and Denise M. Bruce presented by Marlyn Minick. The two...

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Brooke Evans won the 2005 Fort Wayne Women's Bowling Association's Women's Classic Open. Brooke, who carries a book average of 193 is from New Haven, Indiana. This is her eighth year of competing in the scratch tournament and she won $200 for her first place finish. The tournament was held at Village Bowl on Bluffton Road on Friday, May 5, 2005.

This years Memorial Day Parade will start at the Waynedale United Methodist Church at 9:00am. Line-up is at 8:00am in the church parking lot on Old Trail Road and Church Street. There is no entry fee. The parade will proceed down Old Trail Road to Prairie Grove Cemetery. There will be a military ceremony at Prairie Grove Cemetery, which will include placing of the wreath, singing of the National Anthem, Taps by Elmhurst High School Band and a white dove release by Whispering Wings.

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Doug Hackbarth, and his wife, Sandy have the greenhouses filled with color. The Hackbarth family purchased Broadview Florist and Greenhouses in 1957.

With the chilling grip of winter beginning to give way to an abundance of spring growth, now is the time when homeowners can take to their gardens. Have Spring Fever? Come to Broadview Florist and Greenhouses. You'll be wowed by their glorious beds of vivid annuals and perennials, as well as, the colorful explosion of blooms and foliage from their tropical plants.

Spring is the busiest time for Doug and Sandy Hackbarth, owners of Broadview Florist and Greenhouses, Inc.

Broadview Florist and...

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Kekionga Steel Band 

 

It started in Trinidad when the Natives of that West Indies Island found that you could make many different sounds by varying the shapes of 55-gallon oil drums. That and an unquenchable thirst for making rhythmic music created the sounds that have evolved into the Kekionga Steel Band.

Michael Horan, is in his second year as band director of Kekionga Middle School. The band consists of two, 6-set base drums, two 4-set cellos, two, 2-set double seconds and 2 lead...

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The Fort Wayne Maennerchor/Damenchor will host a guest men's choir, the "Chor des Handwerks" (choir of the Crafts) from their Sister City of Gera, Germany, from May 19 through 27. They will sing their greetings to Fort Wayne under the Courthouse Rotunda on Thursday, May 19, 2005 at 4pm.

The main purpose of their visit is to participate in the 55th District Saengerfest on the weekend of May 20-22, 2005. The highlight of the weekend is a concert of all 300 singers on stage at the Scottish Rite...

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Travis James Garwood of Boy Scout Troop 302 is the son of Andy & Serena Marczak, Yoder and Dwight Garwood, Roanoke. He was honored in a special Eagle Scout Court of Honor April 24, 2005 at Cornerstone Alliance Church, Roanoke.

Travis has held many leadership positions and exceeded the merit badge requirements for scouting's highest rank of Eagle. Travis raised funds and organized the building of a footbridge at Fox Island in the wetland area for his Eagle Service Project.

Travis is a...

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With the traditional celebration of Spring being May 1st (May Day), Steve Shine and Tom Hardin, partners in the law firm of Shine & Hardin, LLP, announced Saturday, April 30, 2005 an effort to enhance and revitalize areas on Broadway.

Shine & Hardin will award the sum of $1,000.00 cash to the Broadway resident or homeowner who best enhances their Broadway residence from May 15 to June 30, 2005. Those eligible to participate must either be a homeowner or resident on Broadway from Bluffton Road...

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