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TAYLOR UNIVERSITY FORT WAYNE CAMPUS

TUFWC AND INDIANA READING CORPS HOST SUMMER WRITING WORKSHOP

TUFWC and IRC will hold Summer Writing Workshop, Mondays-Thursdays, June 3-13, from 9am to 11am in Founders Hall Tutorial Center. There is no cost for the workshop, enrollment is limited.

The two-week writing workshop offers children, grades 4-6, fall of 2002, the opportunity to learn the skills necessary to write and publish their own book. Skills will be developed, step-by-step, under the...

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90 Year young Marguerite Bashop celebrated her birthday on May 5th at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Powell on Winchester Road. Over sixty of her off-springs (spouses and families) enjoyed the festivities, food and games. Pictured is one of the five-generation. (Left to Right) Great-great grandson K. W. Neumann, great grandson Shannon Neumann, granddaughter Cheri Vinson, youngest daughter Marvel Powell and Marguerite.

A highlight of this party was the music provided by the MRM...

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#5, Zach Ryan of East Chicago Pizza, takes a swing during the Prep game Thursday, April 30th, 2002.

Some of you may remember the old Elmhurst Little League diamond that was located on Hayden Road, next to Elmhurst High School. The old little league diamond is now covered with asphalt and the Fort Wayne Community Schools bus fleet sits where the old ball diamond used to be. Of course Hayden Road is now Ardmore Avenue and the "new" Little League diamonds are now at the end of Mason Drive, just off Sandpoint Road. The names and the places have changed over the years, but the game is pretty...

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Expanding living to the outdoors…Steve and Gayla Gerber enjoying one of the many Amish-Crafted Gazebos. Steve’s Landscaping also carries porch swings, playsets and planters.

Spring is here and many people are starting to work on their yards. One of the easiest ways to bring beauty to your yard is through landscaping and working with nature.

Steve Gerber is celebrating 15 years in the landscaping business. Steve's Landscape Lawn & Equipment is located on State Road 124 in Bluffton. He has been in business since 1987 when the company started with Steve being the only worker.

Steve got his first taste of landscaping from his dad, Harry T. Gerber, of Gerber's Lawn...

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7 April 2002-Lackland Air Force Base, TX-Members and adult advisors of Explorer Post 2868, the 122nd Fighter Wing Career Exploring Program, visited the Air Force Basic Military Training School at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas recently to assist in conducting Basic Training as a post activity later this fall.

Explorer Colonel Gary L Goldsberry, Jr and Explorer Master Sergeant Jeremy Armstrong, along with Advisor Staff Sergeant Tony Vining and Mrs. Becky Lewis, traveled to Lackland AFB on...

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AREA SAILOR SERVING ABOARD USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT

Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Amie A. Arizmendi, daughter of Valeria S. and Stephen R. Petrisko of 3511 Dalevue Drive, Waynedale, recently returned from a six-month deployment to the Mediterranean Sea and Arabian Gulf in support of Operation Enduring Freedom while assigned to the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, home ported in Norfolk, Virginia.

Arizmendi was one of more than 10,000 Atlantic Fleet Sailors and Marines aboard the ships of...

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FLAG DISPOSAL

Who: Voiture 37 of Forty et Eight along with AMVETS Post 33
What: Flag Disposal and Ceremony
When: Friday, May 24, 2002 at 1pm.
Where: Indian Village Elementary School
Note: After the ceremony, we hope to visit each class at the school and explain to the students the reason the ceremony is held and why it is not the same thing as "flag burning" or "burning the flag."

 

AMVETS POST 33

MEMORIAL DAY – IT'S SACRED TO VETERANS

Why Remember? – Sacrifice is meaningless without...

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UNIVERSITY OF SAINT FRANCIS

TUITION COSTS

A university education can be an expensive proposition. But it doesn't have to be. USF has one of the lowest tuition costs of any private school in Indiana.

In an effort to assist all students, the university offers many different types of scholarships, grants, and other financial assistance programs. Many adult students choose to take advantage of the tuition assistance program at their place of employment. The university supports the idea of...

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Show your pride and enthusiasm for our great USA. Waynedale Memorial Parade May 27th 9am.  In Waynedale, IN USA.

Armed Forces Day, which is celebrated on the third Saturday in May (May 19 this year) is actually a combination of five major observances. In 1947, President Harry S. Truman proclaimed that Army Day, April 6; Navy Day, October 27 (also the birthday of Theodore Roosevelt); Air Force Day, the second Saturday in September; founding of the Marine Corps, November 10; and Coast Guard Day, August 4, would all be marked on the same day and hence forth be known as Armed Forces Day.

In addition to...

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