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WAYNEDALE VETERANS’ NEWS

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ATTENTION QUIET WARRIORS CHAPTER

You need to take note of the change of location for our next meeting. We will be moving to the Richard's Restaurant in Westland Mall at the corner of Jefferson & Getz. We will have our own room to meet in on Sat. Oct. 5, 2002 at 9 a.m. for breakfast and the meeting will follow at 10 a.m. All are welcome who have served during the Korean War Era, and any, who have served since then are also welcome to join us, along with spouses and friends. For more...

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LOCAL SCHOOL NEWS

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UNIVERSITY OF SAINT FRANCIS

Auditions for William Shakespeare's THE TAMING OF THE SHREW will be held Sunday, September, 29, 2002 from 2pm to 4pm in the Gunderson Auditorium in Achatz Hall of Science on the USF campus. A large cast is needed for this new and fresh approach to a classic story. Please come prepared to read. For additional information, please contact Sue Nelson at 260-434-7715.

 

TAYLOR UNIVERSITY FORT WAYNE CAMPUS

Ground breaking ceremonies for TUFWC's new library, will...

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ONE YEAR LATER

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Helen, from H&H Shoe Repair called last Monday. She mentioned that she would be flying her flag on Wednesday, 9-11-2002. She requested a visit from The Waynedale News for a few photos. After stopping at H&H, I drove around the Waynedale area and shot a few more pictures. Rememberance of the tragedy of a year ago was everywhere. Flags flying at half-mast, patriotic sayings on signboards, and a general spirit of cohesiveness and resolve was evident throughout the community. The senseless...

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PEOPLE

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Written by Alexandrea Ann Reed, 12 years old

(Sandra Reed's granddaughter)

 

Red, White, and Blue.
I wish they had yellow too.
People take off their hats,
Young, old, skinny, and fat,
To honor our flag which flies.
It flies in the breeze,
It flies in the rain.
It flies for the people, who suffered the pain,
While people are singing about our pride,
Some are thinking of those who died.
For when we come together we really don't care,
About the color, the size, or the big hair.
We think like one, we act...

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PURDUE CATCHES BIG 10 CLASSIC TITLE

Details 2002 Big Ten Classic Champs - The Purdue Bass Club, Advised by Rick Hendrickson.

7 collegiate teams set out at 6:30am on Sunday, September 8, 2002 to catch the 7th Annual Big Ten Classic Conference Title held at Salamonie Reservoir, about 34 miles southwest of Fort Wayne, IN.

Fishing expert, Lonnie Stanley and ESPN's Camera crew were aboard a Skeeter Boat filming the Big Ten fishing tournament to be broadcasted at a later date. Bass Fishing Clubs came from Iowa, Minnesota, Michigan State, Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana, and Purdue Universities to compete for the overall...

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LOCAL SCHOOL NEWS

Details Asst. Coach Brian Clawson with Coach Norwell

TAYLOR UNIVERSITY FORT WAYNE CAMPUS

TUFWC TO FEATURE TOM RUST

Tom Rust, Indiana University men's basketball chaplain will be the guest speaker for the Taylor TUFWC Alumni chapel at 10am, Friday, September 27, at First Missionary Church, 701 W. Rudisill Blvd., to kick off the campus' Homecoming/Parents' Weekend activities. Rust, from the class of 1972, played basketball while a student at Fort Wayne Bible College (now TUFWC) and served as the college's sports editor.

 

UNIVERSITY OF SAINT...

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WAYNEDALE VETERANS’ NEWS

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AMVETS POST 33 NEWS

Dues are $20 at this time and Life Membership is $150. We have 2003 cards on hand so be an Early Bird and sign up prior to October 31st. This is a Membership Post – cards will be checked during September and October. "Work hard, have fun, and pay your dues early.

Doug L. Boren, Commander

POST 33 AUXILIARY NEWS

School has begun, summer is about gone and the auxiliary will be getting back into somewhat of a routine, working on fund-raisers, kitchen duties, helping with...

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MILITARY NEWS

Details Hawaii came to the American Legion Post #296, on Tillman Road in August. The event was a big Kahuna Luau with a buffet that would please any Hawaiian palate, followed by  Grass Skirt, Hula Hoop, Don Ho and Best Dressed contests. The dancing and the decorations made you feel like you were on the island. Everyone went home with a smile on their face.

Marine Corps Pfc. Joshua S. Durnell, son of Gail and Steven Durnell Marine Corps Pfc. Ashley J. Becerra, son of Ellen K. and Jose A. Becerra of Mariners Ridge Drive, recently completed basic training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego.

Durnell and Becerra successfully completed 12 weeks of training designed to challenge new Marine recruits both physically and mentally. Durnell, Becerra and fellow recruits began their training at 5am by running three miles and performing calisthenics....

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STAYING SAFE IN WAYNEDALE

Details Officer Wiley talks to kids waiting for the Kekionga bus, L-R,  Kelsey Lytle, Jessica Jacobs, Jessie Keesler, Shanon Thorn and Johathon Stantz

On Monday morning, August 26th The Waynedale News took a ride with Officer Cornell Wiley. I thought it would be a good idea to take a ride with an on duty officer to see what it was like on an ordinary Monday morning.

Officer Wiley has been patrolling the Waynedale area for about seven years. He works the day shift, six days on and two days off. Besides Officer Wiley, there are a number of other officers covering the Southwest Quadrant on second and third shift.

Officer Wiley's shift...

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