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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.

MT. CALVARY PRESCHOOL SOARS TO NEW LEVEL

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Mt. Calvary Lutheran Preschool in Waynedale was recently recognized for reaching the third level of the Paths to QUALITY program of the Early Childhood Alliance in Northeast Indiana. This program works with and identifies early childhood centers who strive to provide quality educational programs for the families and children they serve. In attaining this level, Mount Calvary's Preschool has met the following criteria:

Level 1: Health and safety needs are met, including criminal history...

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LOCAL SCHOOL NEWS

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IPFW – (INDIANA UNIVERSITY/PURDUE UNIVERSITY FORT WAYNE)

AREA COFFEE HOUSE TO DISPLAY WORKS BY LOCAL WAYNEDALE ARTIST

A display of art by a new talent in the Waynedale area is now being featured in Daddieo DaVinci's dining room. The work of Miss Lindsey Marshall to be on display. The artist is a native of the Waynedale/Yoder area and is presently studying graphic design at IPFW in Fort Wayne. Miss Marshall attended Purdue University in West Lafayette and is now helping serve customers at...

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THESE ARE THE GOOD OLD DAYS

Details photos by Cindy Cornwell, Bob Stark, Ray McCune,   artwork by Rob Jackson

The Waynedale Memorial parade was larger than ever and the people of Waynedale and the surrounding areas showed their appreciation by attending in record numbers. The picnic at the Waynedale Park, following the parade, was also double what it was last year. There were plenty of free fishing poles, games and a moonwalk for the kids.

We talk alot in this newspaper about years gone by, because it is enjoyable to reminisce about the past. It's great remembering old times when life moved at a...

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CARACTURE ARTIST DONATES DAY OF WORK TO BURN VICTIM BREANNE BOLLINGER

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The skies were clear, the sun was bright, and the temperatures were warmer this year for the second annual Waynedale Days' Picnic in the Park.

Back this year for the second time also was "Caricatures by Darlene". Children and adults were having fun getting their caricatures done. This year had a different twist; Darlene was taking donations for Brenda Bolinger, a girl from the Zanesville/Markle area that is recovering from burns she sustained last fall. Darlene collected a total of $125 and...

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MILITARY NEWS

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DAUGHTER OF FORT WAYNE WOMAN HELPS TO BRING USS COLE BACK TO FLEET by Ligia Cohen

The guided missile destroyer USS Cole- DDG-67, dubbed "The Determined Warrior", recently returned to its homeport in Norfolk, Virginia after 14 months of extensive repairs for damage from a terrorist attack in Yemen, in October 2000. The return of the USS Cole to the fleet is a testament of the determination of her Sailors, who not only fought to keep her afloat in the days following the attack, but also worked...

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WAYNEDALE VETERANS’ NEWS

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FLAG DISPOSAL

Boy Scout Troop 44 is collecting old American flags to be destined for disposal by fire. There will be a flag burning ceremony held later on this summer at the Waynedale Scout Cabin, corner of Lower Huntington Road and Ardmore Avenue. You can drop off all your old worn, torn, faded flags at THE WAYNEDALE NEWS.

 

AMVETS POST #33

MESSAGE FROM COMMANDER SHORTY GEIGER

Homeless veterans, this is a national issue. On the 1st and 2nd of May 2002, I was given two very distinct and...

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LOCAL SCHOOL NEWS

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VALPARAISO UNIVERSITY

LOCAL STUDENT NAMED ORIENTATION ASSISTANT

Megan Schroeder of Fort Wayne was named as an orientation assistant for summer 2002 at VU. Orientation assistants help run Focus sessions, VU's orientation for new students, and they help incoming freshmen become acquainted with campus and student life. Schroeder is a freshman mathematics and secondary education major in the College of Arts and Sciences. She is the daughter of Richard and Barbara Schroeder and is a graduate of...

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THE WAYNEDALE NEWS SALUTES AREA VALS AND SALS

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The Waynedale News Salutes Area Vals and Sals, by rls

Each year the local high schools honor their top students. The Salutatorian is the student (or students in case of a tie) which has held the second highest GPA over their high school career. At commencement exercises, the Salutatorian presents the salutatory, which welcomes all guests.

The Valedictorian is the person or persons that have achieved the highest grade point average during their high school career. At commencement ceremonies...

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KIDS! GO “FORE“ IT

Details Rick Hemsoth, one of the Dedicated Park Leaders who has planned and directed the Lifetime Sports Academy.

One year ago this month construction began on a golf course designed just for kids. This summer kids ages 8 to 18 can begin playing on a "new" 9-hole course at McMillen Park. The course was designed by Ernie Schrock and is sponsored by the Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation Department, Mad Anthonys and private organizations. The Golf Learning Center is a new concept for this area featuring shorter holes (nine par-3 holes), flatter greens, carefully sculpted bunkers and natural turf tees. They...

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