Waynedale Leisure & Entertainment

Kick back and relax, you deserve it! All of the stories in this section are unique, original entertainment by our local Waynedale, (Fort Wayne) Indiana columnists, created just especially for you. Our columnists love to hear from their dedicated readers, view our columnist's biographies and e-mail them here.

Dear Cousin,

 

Deer hunting season is upon us, and the men and boys in our family are busy gearing up for their favorite season. It has always been a tradition for our sons and now adult grandsons to gather long before daylight and partake of a bountiful breakfast together before heading for the woods. We fix fried potatoes, sausage gravy, bacon and eggs, hot biscuits and plenty of homemade jams and jellies. After this bountiful repast, they are ready to face the wilds of West...

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Don't let the winter break get boring for your kids. Let them spend the day at Fox Island where they can discover the park in winter. Whether there is snow on the ground or not, there is lots of fun stuff to do at day camp. Lunch and a snack are provided. All campers need to do is dress for the weather and they can even bring a friend to join in the fun.

This year they are offering two different theme days with nature activities, games, and crafts. On December 26, they will have the...

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If you're a web-designer or someone who wants to design websites there are a few cool links and ideas to get you started with your website design.

A couple pointers in designing a site are to get a piece of paper, and a computer. The paper is for you to start writing down what you want on your website. Not too detailed. But a simple list of pages you want to design and what their purpose is.

Next you need to draw a flow chart design. This is where you can draw a diagram of what pages...

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This week we're going to let THE WAYNEDALE NEWS reader, Mary Frecker, tell you about:

"SQUIRREL, IT TASTES JUST LIKE CHICKEN"

Get your hunter out to bag you 3 or 4 of those fluffy tailed critters. After they are skinned and gutted, soak them in cold water to cover with about 1/2 cup of salt. This will take the gamey taste away. Let soak for about 2 hours, then rinse well in cold water again. They then can be prepared like any other chicken dish: grilled, BBQ'd, roasted, and country...

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HAPPY THANKSGIVING

 

Oh what beautiful words! They bring a smile to the faces of everyone who hears and speaks these two words. Thanksgiving warms the heart and lifts our spirits with memories of times past and present, and hope for the future. The time spent with family and friends is truly a blessing, but it takes on a special glow during the holidays. We become more receptive to reflect on our many blessings from God and to share with those that are less fortunate by our donations of time...

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Mae Julian - 2nd from the left - on Old Trail Road, in front of Jay Brydon’s house (now the Post Office). circa ‘53

Giving Thanks

 

Dear Readers,

As Thanksgiving Day approaches, my mind travels back to the time that I lived on Old Trail Rd. with my mother, father, and six siblings. We had everything we needed: each other. ‑The best gift Mom and Dad gave us was each other. "We" are what has lasted. We are the bonding of a family that will forever be together in our hearts. Although it is true that we may only all see each other a few times a year, we carry the love and commitment to each other in our...

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