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~Remember Those Who Serve~

 

Pfc. Leah M. Fulton, Capri Drive, Waynedale is a member of the 3rd Division Armored Calvary Regiment and is currently taking part in Iraqi Freedom. She is the daughter of Edwin D. Fulton.

This young woman enlisted in the Army immediately after graduating with Honors from Wayne High School. Leah was a cheerleader for 4 years at Wayne High School and attended 3 years of ROTC. She entered boot camp on February 2002. Her basic training was in Fort Jackson, S.C...

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photo by rls

Less than 13 months after ground was broken for their new church, St. Therese parishioners gathered for the dedication of the new $3.6 million worship space. The view from the back of the new church is breathtaking as natural sunlight streams through the stained glass window, illuminating the altar and congregation with many hues of refracted light.

The stained glass 'Rose Window' was created in Lynchburg, Virginia by Artist Rich Buswell and depicts the legend of St. Therese. St. Therese...

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Terry and Leah Pinnick of French Lick, Indiana announced the engagement of their daughter, Faith Ann Pinnick to Michael Justin Riddle both of Fort Wayne, Indiana. Mr. Riddle's parents are Joe and Cindi Riddle also of Fort Wayne.

Faith is a 1999 graduate of Jasper High School in Jasper, Indiana and a 2003 graduate of Taylor University Fort Wayne Campus, with a degree in Elementary Education. She is teaching at Bright Hope Christian School in Fort Wayne.

Justin is a 2000 graduate of Elmhurst...

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Danielle Snyder competed at the State SKILLS-VICA (Vocational Industrial Club of America) hairstyling competition and won 2nd place. The contest was held in Indianapolis on April 12th, 2003. She competed against 14 other contestants from Indiana. She won a large medal and a big assortment of hairstyling products. The competition consisted of 2 haircuts and styles on a manikin, 2 written tests and also an evening style on a model.

Danielle is a Junior at Wayne High School and a 1st year...

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Mayor Graham Richard honored 33 area students with Mayor's Choice Awards on Monday, April 21st. Their artworks were chosen from among 6,000 entries submitted by Northeast Indiana students. Corey Leffers from St. Therese and Amanda Kurtz from Waynedale Elementary were the two Waynedale recipients. Corey said, "I did a picture of Jesus, but my friends said if I turned it sideways it looked like a fish."

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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