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The latest breaking news stories from around the Waynedale, (South / Southwest Fort Wayne) Indiana community are all found here. These articles are written by our local writers and contain area events, happenings and general public interest coverage. If you have a news tip, idea for an article or suggestion, please click here to submit your Waynedale news.

LET'S PARTY!

Details L to R (front row):  Tony Stefanek, sales rep.; Cathy Gibson, Office mgr., Joe Stefanek, president; Jesse Ringen, Tent Dept. mgr. (back row):  Kathy James, Party Planner & Decorator; Jeff Bierbaum, sewing mgr.;  Phil Furnas, General mgr.

Valentine's Day is just around the corner and who better to serve you for sending out those balloons than, Ace Tent Rental & Party Supplies. Yes, Ace Tent Rental & Party Supplies, 7673 Bluffton Road is now your one stop party shop. They can provide you with everything from holiday decorations to balloons, candles and paper goods.

Ace Tent was established in 1985 on Alma Avenue. They moved to their present location 8 years ago. Joe Stefanek, current President-CEO began working at the age of...

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SOUDER VISITS WAYNE HIGH SCHOOL

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Last Tuesday morning, 01-08-02, I drove over to Wayne High School to attend Mark Souder's Town Meeting. The meeting started at 9:30am and the press release said Mark would be discussing the war on terrorism, homeland security, and other issues of importance. As usual, I was running late. I walked through the main doors and saw that there was an armed security person present. Oh no, I thought, I didn't bring my ID with me. I walked through the glass doors and asked the security guy where...

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WAYNEDALE VETERANS’ NEWS

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THE FLAG FLIES AT HALF-STAFF

By Roland D. Matteson, SAL Past National Commander

Over the rubble remains of the World Trade Center,
The Flag flies at half-staff.
Over the Pentagon where our soldiers and sailors lay,
The Flag flies at half-staff.
All through the towns and villages of our Great Nation,
The Flag flies at half-staff.
And I believe over the gates of heaven,
The Flag flies at half-staff.
And in my heart and mind,
The Flag flies at half-staff.

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KOREAN WAR VETERANS...

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NEW ‘260’ AND ‘574’ AREA CODES AS OF JANUARY 15, 2002

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Old '219' Divided To Meet Demand For New Telephone Numbers!

 

Northern Indiana has two new area codes as of January 15, 2002. The 219 area code was divided into three geographic regions and the two new area codes will accommodate the growing need for new phone, fax, and wireless numbers in the northern part of the Hoosier State.

Northwestern Indiana, which includes the Gary/Lake County region, gets to keep the 219 area code. Telephone numbers in north central Indiana, which includes the...

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WLADECKI GETS A FRONT ROW SEAT IN WASHINGTON, D.C.

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Sarah Wladecki, a student at Bishop Luers High School, will be traveling to Washington, D.C. to attend the Presidential Classroom Scholars Program on February 2 to February 9, 2002.

Sarah will be joining other high school students from across the nation in this leading civic education program. "I am really excited to take a behind the scenes look at our national government. It should be interesting to see how September 11th affected our nation's capital," says Wladecki of her upcoming trip...

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LOCAL SCHOOL NEWS

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BISHOP LUERS HIGH SCHOOL 

BLHS CHEERLEADING COMPETITON

BLHS will host its 4th Annual National Cheerleading Association Regional on February 9th. Doors open at 7am with registration until 9am. The competition begins at 10am with the Varsity Squads. The cost is $15 per Cheerleader, per team, $10 per best Cheerleader, $5 per spectator. For more information, contact Anita Correll, at BLHS at 456-1261.

BLHS OPEN HOUSE

BLHS announces its 8th Annual Open House on Sunday, January 20th...

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HOW DO YOU DELIVER 10,000 WAYNEDALE NEWSPAPERS? THESE ARE SOME OF THE PEOPLE THAT NOT ONLY BRING YOU YOUR PAPER, BUT MAKE IT A FAMILY EVENT.

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Elizabeth, Jamison, and Meredith Lindsay carry papers in the Old Mill area. They are the children of Carol Rogers and James Lindsay. James, the director, generally takes them to their delivery area and orchestrates the delivery process.

Larry Kimmel, (right) is seen in front of the Christmas tree with his son Lance and his daughter Brittney. Larry's wife Kara, of Beautiful You Styling Salon, also helps with the delivery. Larry carries a two hundred plus bowling average at Hillcrest Lanes....

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A SALUTE TO ONE OF WAYNEDALE’S FINEST

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OFFICER CORNELL WILEY of the Fort Wayne Police Department

(A little about our own 'WAYNEDALE MARSHAL')

Officer Wiley began his career in the City of New York Parks Enforcement Task Force Division. He attended the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy and graduated with honors. He then joined the Indiana State Capitol Police. On December 5, 1995, Officer Wiley joined the Fort Wayne Police Department and is currently assigned to the Waynedale area. Since then he has been nicknamed "The Waynedale...

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MOM DAD I’M BORED…

Details Learning the rules and skills of soccer is 7 year old Soccer League Player Angelique Wilson,  and Tiny Tot Indoor League Player Daniel Wilson, 5 years old with Program Director, Neil Condon.

There's nothing to do? Well, how about ice skating, bowling, cross-country skiing or at the YMCA you could play basketball, gymnastics, pool, table tennis, swim, or even climb the wall.

 

KICKING ALLOWED AT THE YMCA

The Southeast Family YMCA has just completed their first season of Youth Indoor Soccer. The "Y", located at 5125 Werling Drive, about 5 minutes from Waynedale, has not held Indoor Soccer Leagues since 1997. Re-vitalization of the soccer leagues to Southeast Family YMCA has...

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