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Bishop Luers Football Follow Up # 54,  Ryan Palmer takes a knee while Greg Smith-Causey is escorted off the field.  Causey suffered a broken arm during the Bishop Luers State Championship game.  According to Coach Lindsay, Tony Moore who suffered a hamstring pull and Gregg Smith-Causey, are both on the mend and doing fine.

HOMESTEAD HIGH SCHOOL

HHS STUDENT AMONG 29 FARM BUREAU CONTEST WINNERS

Farm Bureau Insurance recently announced that 29 high school students across Indiana have been selected as winners in the company's first "Gameplan for Life" competition. A Fort Wayne winner is Noel Klein from Homestead High School. The 29 award-winners were chosen from among 188 students who submitted assorted entries in describing their career goals and how they plan to attain them. The contest was created to...

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Bishop Luers 2A State Champions: 1985, 1989, 1992, 1999, 2001 and 2002 take the field at the RCA Dome, Indianapolis.

There were 10,000 fans in the RCA Dome, cheering for their respective teams. The crowd was on a roller coaster ride, living and dying with every score.

Matt Lindsay, the veteran Luers Varsity football coach had put together an impressive 145-60 record over the past 16 years. He had 20 seniors on this year's football team and they had compiled an 11-3 record. Two of their three losses came from Snider and Bishop Dwenger who were also state finalists.

In the first half, Jhormy Martinez, of...

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The hustle and bustle of the marketplace at ‘Walk to Bethlehem’.

This holiday season take a "Walk To Bethlehem".

 

Join Mary and Joseph as they take their walk to Bethlehem on the evenings of Friday, December 13th and Saturday, December 14th from 6:30pm to 8:10pm.

Follow the Star, hear the angels sing at First Christian Church, 4800 South Calhoun Street, Fort Wayne. Your journey to Bethlehem will include 6 live outdoor scenes of the nativity complete with live animals and real characters. You will travel to a blacksmith shop where he is making nails and...

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WHO:First Presbyterian Theater. Call 422-6329 for more information.

WHERE:First Presbyterian Theater, 300 W. Wayne Street (North of The Allen County Library—parking on north side of building)

WHEN:Special Preview Performance, Thursday, December 5 at 8 p.m. Fridays & Saturdays, 8 p.m., December 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21, Sundays, 2 p.m., December 8, 15, 22

COST:Preview Performance all tickets $5

Reservations are not taken for the preview, first come—first serve. Regular Performances:General...

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Aesthetic Plant Specialists is excited to announce its sponsorship of a brand new poinsettia variety that raises funds for breast cancer awareness and research. The new poinsettia, PINK RIBBON, is available for the first time through this company. It is one of the many plants designated as a "Plant for the Cure." For every poinsettia purchased, the plant breeder donates money to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

The Susan G. Komen Foundation exists to raise awareness of the 179,000 women and men...

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VOITURE 37 of the 40et8, 7301 Decatur Road, would like to extend a welcome to visit our Chateau. We have noon lunch specials from 11am to 2pm, Monday – Friday. We have Coney Dogs on Tuesday nights from 5pm to 8pm. On Wednesdays have some fun playing cards with a great group of people from 2 - ?. Friday nights we have fish dinners with salad bar and other entrees from 5pm to 8pm. We also have a banquet room for rent – capacity approximately 200. For information call...

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VALPARAISO UNIVERSITY

LOCAL STUDENT PARTICIPATES IN COOPERATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM

Kendra Bodine of Fort Wayne is participating in a cooperative education program for the Fall 2002 semester through VU. Cooperative education is an academic program that combines professional work experience with academic course work. Paid employment occurs in business, industry, government, and other professional settings. The co-op experience through VU is available in the Colleges of Arts and Sciences...

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It was late in the day last Monday, Veteran's Day, when an elderly man wearing a mortarboard showed up at The Waynedale News. Bob Hughes, of 1627 Shoreview Drive, was carrying a new high school diploma. The lines in his face assured me he was close to being an octogenarian, but his smile was that of a 'brand' new high school graduate.

"I was hoping you could get a picture of me with my new diploma," he said proudly.

I unrolled the blue backdrop that my sister Kath had made, hung it on...

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For the past year Bethany Lutheran Church has been celebrating her 50th anniversary. Celebrations have included a special preaching series last Advent; a series of presentations touching on church history throughout the year by speakers such as Rev. Daniel Preus, Rev. Jon Vieker, and Rev. Dr. Cameron MacKenzie; an anniversary banquet and congregational photo; the commissioning and installation of a stained-glass chancel window depicting Christ's victorious resurrection; the obtaining of...

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