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This year the Waynedale Memorial Day Parade is scheduled for Memorial Day, Monday, May 26th. Line-up prior to the parade will be at Waynedale United Methodist Church (Church Street & Old Trail). The parade will start at 9:00am and those wishing to be in the parade should be at the WUMC parking lot at 8:00am.

Parade sponsors are American Legion Post 241, VFW Post 1421, and AmVets Post 33. Post 241 Commander Charlie Rathsack has already had organizational meetings and the scheduling progress...

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ELMHURST HIGH SCHOOL

WINDSONG FILM FESTIVAL
The Fourth Annual International Fort Wayne Windsong Film Festival (100 Independent & Student Films) will be held May 16-18 at the Elmhurst Theater. For more information call 260-348-5510.

 

The North Side High School class of 1983 will be having its 20th year class reunion on May 24, 2003. For registration information, please contact Anne Krueckeberg Duff at 459-0708 or Lisa Clegg Olinger at 486-7081 or log on the website at...

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ATTENTION QUIET WARRIORS OF THE KOREAN WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION

This month, due to a schedule problem at Atz's, we will be meeting on May 3, 2003 at the Waynewood Inn, 8421 Bluffton Rd., in their meeting room. Waynewood Inn is located a bit beyond Waynedale on the south side of Bluffton Rd.‑ We will have our Breakfast at 9 a.m. and the meeting following at 10 a.m.‑ All are welcome to join us.‑ For more information call: (260) 747-0601

 

KOREAN WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION INDIANA...

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photo by Cindy Cornwell A team of Percherons pulls the collection wagon during the  ‘Sweet Season’ at Jack Gaby’s Sugar Camp.

Spring is maple-sugaring time! From mid-March through April, many of northern Indiana's maple trees have holes drilled into them and buckets hung on their trunks. The purpose is to collect the "sweet-water" sap that flows every time a period of freezing is followed by a thaw. The earliest accounts of maple sugaring were made in the early 1600's by European explorers who observed American Indians gathering maple sap. Today, in Indiana, maple syrup is made near Wawaka (Kendallville area) at the...

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Another charge into the furnace.  Like a picture of a sunrise, a photo cannot capture the beauty or properly convey the energy that you feel when you are actually there.

On Monday, March 17th The Waynedale News visited Steel Dynamics Inc. SDI is located about 15 miles west of Waynedale, midway between Fort Wayne and Columbia City. Northeast Indiana was considered a great location because of the availability of abundant supplies of needed inputs, i.e. electricity, natural gas, and scrap metal, which is SDI's raw material. The Whitley County location for the 611-acre plant was chosen because of the existing infrastructure necessary to provide truck and rail...

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Julie Marie Dannenfelser and Douglas Andrew Hadaway were united in marriage on Saturday, February 15, 2003, at Aboite Lutheran Church. Parents of the bride are Alan and Jane Dannenfelser of Sea Pines Way. The groom's parents include Dave and Kathy Hadaway of Yoder Road. Grandparents of the bride include Victoria Dannenfelser of Fort Wayne, and Duane and Edith Clifton of Willshire, Ohio.

Mary Elizabeth Dannenfelser, sister of the bride, was the Maid of Honor. Mike Hale, friend of the groom...

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Jill Beach, originally an art major, is back to the painting pallet. She expresses her art on items such as furniture, pedestals, plates, matchstick blinds, even boxes and suitcases. Her shop, A Different Angle, is under the green awning, located in the same building as Kar Haus, next to American Legion #241 on Bluffton Road.

A Different Angle on Bluffton Road and Cinnamon & Spice on Lower Huntington Road will be holding a Co-Spring Open House on April 10th, 11th, and 12th from 10-5pm....

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On Sunday, March 23, 2003 Fort Wayne Mayor and Eagle Scout Graham Richard was the keynote speaker for the Miami District Annual Volunteer Recognition Dinner. The Miami District covers southern Allen County for the Anthony Wayne Area Council Boy Scouts of America. Mayor Richard delivered an eloquent speech that included many fine points about the hard work, dedication, and positive influences on youth. The Scouting volunteers heard some outstanding stories about the Mayor's extensive Scouting...

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TROOP 19’S NEW EAGLE SCOUTS (L TO R)  Justin Marquart, Don Hall, Landon Matuska, Tim Blombach, Paul James, Joe Blombach

TROOP 19, SPONSORED BY ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST CATHOLIC CHURCH GRADUATES 6 EAGLE SCOUTS

 

The invitation read: Marcus and Donna Marquart & Boy Scout Troop 19, at St. John The Baptist Catholic Church, in the Miami District of the Anthony Wayne Area Council, Boy Scouts of America would like to invite you to join them in an EAGLE SCOUT COURT OF HONOR - Honoring Justin Marquart, Joe Blombach, Tim Blombach, Don Hall, Paul James, and Landon Matuska, Sunday March 16, 2003 at St. John the Baptist...

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