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A Parent's Story

 

The thing about being a parent is that when we plan to have children, we expect that everything about them will be perfect. We don't usually consider how they will do in school, or what kind of grades they will make. It doesn't cross our minds that they may struggle so much, that we will wonder if they can ever be educated.

This is a problem that many parents face when their children reach school age. I am the mother of four wonderful children. My oldest son, Clay, has...

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MIAMI DISTRICT FALL CAMPOREE TO TAKE PLACE OCTOBER 3,4,5, 2003

(From THE COURIER (official Messenger of the Anthony Wayne area Council)

Thank you Troop 356 for planning the Fall Camporee. The theme will be Emergency Preparedness. Troop 356 is planning exciting activities that will satisfy rank and badge requirements. Make plans to attend and look forward to the following activities currently being arranged: Fort Wayne Police Department canine demonstration - New Haven Fire Department...

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I've been asked for my "don't-precook-the-noodles" lasagna recipe again.

 

BOY SCOUT LASAGNA

 

1 lb hamburger or sausage (brown & drain)

30 oz. jar spaghetti sauce

24 oz. carton cottage cheese

2 eggs (beaten)

uncooked lasagna noodles

8 oz. pkg. Shredded Mozzarella cheese

1 1/2 cups of water

aluminum foil

 

Line a #12 Dutch oven with aluminum foil (for easy cleanup). Put a single layer of uncooked lasagna noodles in bottom of Dutch oven. Mix spaghetti sauce with cooked/drained...

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Dear Cousin,

 

Summer's slipping away, slowly but surely, as August moves out and makes way for September. There is an almost imperceptible change in the atmosphere, a subtle softening in the leaves. Growth has come to a standstill in the garden, with drying cornstalks and withered bean vines.

Wild morning glory vines wind through the dying vegetation, velvety trumpets of blue and deep pink decorating the cornstalks and lending bright spots of color to the brown garden. I can still hear my...

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YOUNG LOVE

 

Some things never change. Or, the more things change, the more they stay the same. Let's all never get too old to remember what being in love when we were teenagers was like. My gang of friends from high school are now grandmothers. I sure would never have thought, when I was a teen, that my grandmother could have ever experienced any of the things that I was going through! ‑Oh horrors!!!! ‑As teens, we could not even imagine sexual feeling between our parents, let alone our...

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Summer Camp Home of Troop 38 Scoutmaster Jerry Lloyd - Ready for inspection.

BOY SCOUT TROOP IN NEED OF WELL PUMP AND TANK

A request has come in from a local Boy Scout Troop for a well pump and tank to fit a 4" well. The one that needs replaced is, ". . . on its last legs," we were told. If you have one in the back of your garage or barn that is in good working condition and would like to donate it to the Boy Scouts, please give me a call at The Waynedale News (260) 747-4535. Gifts to the Boy Scouts are tax deductible.

 

BOYS/GIRLS OF SUMMER - Notes from Mary...

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