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I won't lie, I take food for granted, especially over the holidays. I expect to eat heartedly; when I'm full, I leave food on my plate. That's my attitude every day. And that's crazy because I remember a time, back when I started freelancing, that I didn't have enough money for food. I ate Little Debbie Snacks cakes for dinner. 50 Cents got me 1 oatmeal crème pie; a dollar got me 2.

But it was my choice to freelance and struggle to earn a living. A lot of folks don't a choice. Not only do they...

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Few people ever see the large garden that is out of sight on the Southwest Church of Christ property at 5500 Ardmore Avenue in Fort Wayne, Indiana. This year, three dedicated volunteers, along with help from a few church members, grew 8,000 pounds of garden produce that was donated to the Community Harvest Food Bank, near South Town Mall.

Alan Meneely, Pastor of the Southwest Church of Christ says, "Letitia, Michelle and Jeff have run with it. Sometimes things happen by design and purpose, but...

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On October 8, 2014 South Side High School defeated Norwell in penalty kicks and later that night Wayne High School defeated Belmont by a score of 2-1 to move on to the sectional championship.

On October 11, 2014 Wayne High School would play South Side for the sectional championship at Norwell High School.

The first half of the game went back and forth with both teams not being able to pick up a goal. In the second half the action picked up where the first ended; with nobody able to score. The...

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On October 31, in honor of All Saints Day on November 1, 51 Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School 4th graders dressed up as saints for the annual Wax Museum of Saints. The "saints" donned their costumes and lined the hallways of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School. Before each saint on the floor were a cup and a "button" for visitors and other students to press. Once visitors pressed the button and gave a penny, the "wax museum saint" would come alive and tell the story of the saint...

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On Saturday, November 8, 2014 at 10a.m. the Girl Scouts of Northern Indiana-Michiana, Cadette Troop 20046, and the Rotary Club of Fort Wayne unveiled a Little Free Library™ at Girl Scout Corporate Office at 10008 Dupont Circle Drive East, Fort Wayne, IN 46825.

The Little Free Library was built and painted by the nine members of Cadette Troop 20046 as a Take Action project to earn their Bronze Award. The Girl Scout Bronze Award, a leadership adventure and the highest honor a Girl Scout Junior...

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War-Beard

The local members of the 122nd Fighter Wing have recently been deployed. War Beard is calling on the community to provide support to these men and women as they will be deployed for an extended period of time, including the holiday season.

War Beard is a community group that was started by Jason and Kaitlin (Johnston) Kochenderfer. The name of the group is based around a gesture that encourages those who can to grow a beard or a mustache in order to show support for the members of the Fighter...

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By Michelle Briggs Wedaman, an urban planner and community development consultant specializing in placemaking, focuses on collaborative community development projects and community relations for food, arts, parks, and artful public spaces.

Saturday morning, Fort Wayne - The residential streets are quiet, the old city sleeping around you, until you turn onto the 3300 block of Warsaw Street in Fort Wayne, where the historic Southside Farmers Market fills a city block, about two miles south of...

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The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC) Fort Wayne is reopening their 1818 Bluffton Road Family Store as a dollar store. The items on sale will include clothes, shoes, bric brac and the store will be open Monday to Saturday, 9am to 8pm. If you are up for a bargain then don't miss the opening of the new store on The Grand Opening will be Friday, November 21, 2014 ..... and remember all items are just One Dollar. All the income raised from our Family stores goes to support the ARC...

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Whether keeping or starting a holiday tradition join us for HolidayFest in beautiful Downtown Fort Wayne featuring the Night of Lights on November 26. With exciting lighting ceremonies and heart-warming activities Downtown is a magical place to kick off your holiday season!

Lighting Ceremonies:  The Night of Lights begins with the History Center Turret Lighting, then join the USF Robert Goldstine Performing Arts Center for a Wreath Lighting and Choir performance. Aunt Millie's Northern Lights...

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