Waynedale Leisure & Entertainment

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RAY'S SO SIMPLE EVEN A BOY SCOUT CAN MAKE THEM – DEVILED EGGS 

 

1 dozen eggs

Mayonnaise

1 tbsp. Salt

1 tbsp. Sugar

pinch of salt

Paprika

1 Ziploc bag

 

Put 'cold' eggs in a pan and cover with 'cold' water. Add a pinch of salt. Set on stove and slowly bring the water to a rolling boil. Let boil for 1 or 2 minutes. Cover pan and set aside for 20 minutes. Eggs will cook and the yolks will not turn dark. Pour off water and fill pan with cold water and cool eggs completely....

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Corona Borealis , The Northern Crown

 

A small constellation that can be recognized by its distinctive shape rather than its brightness is Corona Borealis (kor-OH-nah bor-ee-AL-iss). It is also known as the Northern Crown and has been acknowledged through the ages by many different civilizations.

In late August, Corona Borealis is located almost overhead due west. It lies between the "kite" of Bootes to the west and the "butterfly" of Hercules to the east. In the middle of the crown lies the...

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Dear Cousin,

 

One of the most awe-inspiring events of summer is a thunderstorm that comes at dusk. The sky turns to a steely gray, and away in the distance is heard the faint growl of thunder. Wind begins to blow away the heat of the day, and the trees begin a joyous dance. Leaves flutter in excited anticipation as the storm moves nearer. There is a lull in the wind and the first spatter of raindrops fall on the ground.

From the shelter of the front porch, we watch the summer...

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This year the Mihsihkinaahkwa Powwow Committee is very pleased to offer Native American Arts & Crafts Workshops during the week prior to the powwow.

Since this is a new undertaking for them, they will be starting out with 4, one-day classes. If this proves to be popular, they expect to be able to increase the number of classes available next year.

The workshops will be held in the enclosed pavilion at the front area of Morsches Park in Columbia City, IN. Classes will be from Tuesday, August...

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STRINGS ATTACHED 

 

There is a string attached to something that I love to do, and I'm going to share it with you because I love you. It is guaranteed to make you smile and run and jump with joy. Why, you can even run into the wind and feel your spirit soaring and dancing among the clouds. It tugs at your heart strings and promises to untangle any and all knots. I get excited just thinking about it! Just think about being able to run into the wind with a big smile on your face - running...

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Pansy Williams is a lady with a passion for quilting. She grew up the youngest of ten children. Her mother said you must learn how to "cook and sew." She had one last chance to make a "domestic engineer." Pansy, was the one.

She was married to Don Williams in 1960 and got into that role right away! Over the years, three little girls joined the family. When the youngest one went to high school in 1984, Pansy said, "What am I going to do with myself?"

Then she found an ad for Adult Education...

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