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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.

20,000 ATTEND FORT WAYNE’S RALLY FOR AMERICA

Details photo by Rob Jackson “Rally for America” at Kruse Auction Park - Saturday, March 22, 2003.

"I just wanted to do something positive to show my support for the troops," said Bill Stark of Coverdale Road, Yoder Indiana. It seems like the news media always cover the anti-war rallies and not the pro-American events."

Bill and his wife Linda traveled to the Kruse Auction Park and participated in an event that was 100 times bigger than any anti-war rally in this area. Glenn Beck, a syndicated talk show host, and an organizing committee put on the Rally for America.

"There were so many...

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DEDICATION CEREMONY PLANNED FOR APRIL 10TH

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The drive down Lower Huntington Road has been markedly changed over the past twelve months. Last year, on March 24th land that had been just days before a pea-graveled playground was transformed into the "launch pad" for the realization of a church's dream. On Palm Sunday 2002, parishioners and friends of St. Therese Catholic Church gathered with Bishop D'Arcy for the ground breaking ceremony of the new church—actually the first church building for St. Therese Parish constructed specifically as...

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BIG NOISE

Details Front row from left: Austin Steenman, Jethro McConnell, and Alex Steenman.  Back row from left: Andrew Lamping, Kenneth Aschliman, and Noe Flores.

Several Waynedale residents are members of Memorial Park Middle School's Jazz Band known as "Big Noise!" Big Noise has been invited to participate in North Texas Jazz Festival in Addison, Texas on April 4-6th. Auditions were by compact disc recordings or videotapes and Memorial Park's musicians were the only middle school jazz band in the United States selected to participate. All other groups at the festival are high school or college groups. The festival includes having the students...

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LOCAL SCHOOL NEWS

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St. John the Baptist Students to Attend Leadership Conference in DC

by Julie Crouch

Matthew Schenkel, Max Hall and Joseph Crouch, seventh graders at St. John the Baptist School of Fort Wayne have been selected to attend the Junior National Young Leaders Conference from April 12 to April 17 in Washington D.C. JrNYLC is a unique leadership development program for middle school students.

Themed "The Legacy of America Leadership, " JrNYLC introduces young people to the rich tradition of...

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WAYNEDALE VETERANS’ NEWS

Details Commander Charlie Rathsack of American Legion Post 241 stands in front of the newly applied yellow ribbons which are placed in support of and in hopes of a safe return of our troops in Kuwait.

KOREAN WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION Indiana Chapter One

The monthly meeting of the Korean War Veterans Association, Indiana Chapter One will be April 12th at the American Legion Post 82 on Harris Road. Breakfast begins at 7am with the meeting starting at 9am promptly. Friends and spouses are welcome also as are new member prospects.

ATTENTION QUIET WARRIORS CHAPTER

We will be meeting this month at Atz's on Tillman Rd. Ft. Wayne on April 5th, at 11 a.m. in their back room. We also welcome any...

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ELMHURST WINS CLASS 3A SECTIONAL

Details Jubilation!   L-R, James Hardy #34, Chad Edmonds #33, Charles Pearson #32, and John Lauck #22.

The first game of the Class 3A Sectional pitted Elmhurst against Wayne. Elmhurst was coming off a 16-5 season and had the best record in the New Haven Sectional. The Trojans won the game 64-43. Joe Poindexter had 17 points and James Hardy scored 15. Wayne was led by Sylvester Mayes with 19 points. Elmhurst concentrated on defending Mayes, as he was the leading scorer in the SAC, with 26.9 PPG.

The second game at New Haven High School placed the Harding Hawks against the Bishop Luers...

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PROUDLY SERVING GOD AND COUNTRY

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Bethany Lutheran's Senior Pastor, Charles Varsogea, has been called to serve. But this time, it is for war. He is also a Lieutenant in the Navy. He left on February 26, 2003 to join 1000 Marine's in the 1st Battalion 24th Marine Corp., headquartered in Detroit.

His service will be as he was trained, to serve as the Chaplain, ministering to all faiths. Varsogea said, "The Chaplain's role is not to fight but to be there for the troops. I will be holding church services for the Lutherans and...

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DUNN – ROTH WEDDING

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Cheri Lynn Dunn recently became the bride of PFC David P. Roth in a ceremony at the Big Lake Church of God in Columbia City, Indiana. Pastor John Crump officiated and Dominic Dunn, brother of the bride read scripture from Colossians.

Attending the couple were Matron of Honor, Stacy Hendricks and Best Man, Jason "JJ" Hurst. Bridesmaids were Tabitha Clapper and Rosie Korhman. Emma Dunn, sister of the bride, was the Junior Bridesmaid and Lily Anderson was the Flower Girl. Groomsmen were David...

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A BYTE OF KNOWLEDGE

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(Local News Reports) Fort Wayne officials say their computer service provider didn't do their job, so hundreds of city workers have been violating federal copyright law by not having proper software licenses. The city has a contract with Affiliated Computer Services to provide software and consoles to hundreds of Fort Wayne employees. Fort Wayne's Controller says ACS was supposed to license the city's software but didn't.

Microsoft is starting to crack down on unlicensed products installed...

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