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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.

WAYNE BASEBALL: IN SEASON - PART 3

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Going into the final week of the season Varsity is still on top of the SAC with a 9-1 conference record. They sit 13-7 overall.

Wane TV and FWO named the Generals the Team of the Week as they are on the verge of winning their first SAC title in 21 years.

Wayne Generals traveled to play a good Woodland team and lost 9-3. The varsity rebounded winning at home and on the road against Snider. At home they won 4-3 in 9 innings and on the road they won 20-9. Next up was the East Noble double...

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MIAMI INDIAN HERITAGE DAYS 2014

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The History Center will be busy this June with several events taking place at both the museum, located at 302 East Berry in downtown Fort Wayne, and the Chief Richardville House.

Sue Lester will display traditional Miami Indian clothing research and fabrication at the June 7 "Miami Indian Heritage Days" at the Chief Richardville House, 5705 Bluffton Road, Fort Wayne.

The Chief Richardville House is recognized as the oldest Native American structure in the Midwest, the first Greek Revival...

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HAPPY BELATED 95TH BIRTHDAY MARY!

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Mary Gebhard recently celebrated her 95th birthday with friends and family at Park Edelweiss, a German village on Elmhurst Drive. The second oldest German singing society in Indiana sang Happy Birthday to Mary as she opened cards and gifts.

Mary was an amazing lady volunteering much of her time at the Lincoln Museum. She was also a Fort Wayne International Airport Ambassador sharing her happy greeting as she handed thousands of passengers a cookie.

SUMMER DAY CAMPS AT ALLEN COUNTY PARKS

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The public is invited to register their kids, ages 6-12, for Summer Day Camps at Fox Island Park
All camps are 9:30-4:30pm daily

Jr. IMN Camp at Fox Island County Park
Become a Jr. Indiana Master Naturalist by attending eight of the nine scheduled nature classes (plants, canoeing 101, water quality by ponding, frogs, geology & soils, trees, beginning birding, frog dissection, and astronomy) and by volunteering six hours during camp. We will have a swim party graduation ceremony down at...

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POOLS & SPLASH PADS OPEN MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND

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The City's free splash pads will be turned on Saturday, May 24, with plans to keep them turned on until Labor Day.

Northside Pool will be open May 24 – 26 and May 31 – June 1, opening daily starting June 7.

McMillen Pool will be open  May 31 – June 1, with daily hours also starting June 7.

Memorial Pool will open for the season on June 7.
Splash pads are located at the following parks:
Buckner Park
6114 Bass Road
Hours: 9 am – 9 pm
McCormick Park
2300 Raymond & Holly
Hours: Hours: 9 am – 9...

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25TH ANNIVERSARY HOLLY DAYS CRAFT SHOW

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For 25 years the Deer Ridge Elementary School Parent Teacher Club (PTC) has been proud to host one of the largest holiday craft shows and sales in Northeast Indiana. This year's 25th anniversary of the Holly Days Craft Show will be held Saturday, October 25 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

"There will be nearly 200 booths with vendors selling everything from baby items to household organizational crafts to pottery and woodworking and every seasonal gift in between," says craft show director Kim Martinez...

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HOOSIER VETERAN SAYS CORPORATE SUPPORT CRITICAL TO RESERVISTS ON ACTIVE DUTY

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When you are responsible for the operation of mission-critical voice and data networks in the U.S. Army's hottest military theaters, worrying about your job in civilian life is a dangerous distraction.

U.S. Army Reserve Signal Corps Chief Warrant Officer Thomas Utendorf says that because he works for a company recently honored for its support of veterans, his only concern was the secure network soldiers need to complete their missions.

Utendorf works for Frontier Communications in Fort Wayne...

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USF OFFERING SUMMER ACADEMIES TO HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

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The School of Creative Arts (SOCA) at the University of Saint Francis will host pre-college summer academies in theatre, music technology and art through the month of July for high school students in grades 9-12. These intense, two- to three-week programs include supplies and lunch. For a registration form or further information, contact SOCA at 260-399-8064.

Theater
July 7-25
Monday through Friday
9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
North Campus facilities at 2702 Spring St.
Cost is $185 per student
The theater...

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NEW HAVEN CANAL DAYS JUNE 3-7

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New Haven Canal Days is June 3-7, 2014 in picturesque downtown New Haven on Broadway and in beautiful Schnelker Park. Burton Brothers will be in town for the midway rides, Chris Worth and Grammy & Dove Award nominated Rhett Walker Band will be performing on the main stage, face painting, Ft. Wayne Taiko, New Haven's Got Talent contest, the Annual Canal Days parade, Kid's Day, Senior Day, The Canal Eatery Food Tent, Merchant & Arts/Craft vendors, and a Car Show & Cruise are just a...

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