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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.

KAMPFIRE KOOKIN'

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Sometime back I was offered a whole frozen hindquarter of venison. The lady needed the room in her freezer and I love venison, so . . . I accepted. She wanted to know how I was going to prepare it. Since it was completely frozen and in one piece there weren't a lot of choices. Once meat is frozen and then thawed it should never be re-frozen. I do know that once you thaw out frozen meat, you can go ahead and cook it and then freeze it for a meal later on. You can also dry it, smoke it, can...

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THE RULES

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We always hear "the rules" from the female side. Now here are the rules from the male side. These are our rules:

 

1. Sometimes we are not thinking about you. Live with it!

2. Sunday = sports. It's like the full moon or the changing of the tides. Let it be.

3. Don't cut your hair. Ever. Long hair is always more attractive than short hair. One of the big reasons guys fear getting married is that married women always cut their hair, and by then you're stuck with her.

4. Shopping is NOT a...

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NEWS FROM THE HILLS

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Dear Cousin,

 

May comes into our hills with her gentle ways, nourishing the earth with tenderness. The verdant hills grow lush and flourishing as she caresses them with a loving hand, and dormant growth comes alive at her touch. May is a nurturer of the earth, a mother to our hills. She coaxes the spring flowers to come forth and bloom, and encourages the woodland growth to spring forth and multiply. It is fitting that a special day to honor our mothers comes in the maternal month of...

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SCOUTING SMOKE SIGNALS

Details The OVER THE HILL GANG: Bob Lancaster, Ray Hill, Jimmie Allman, Glenn Burton, Gene Barrett, Dave Ramp, Lowell Tillman, Joe Kelsey, Keith Kelsey, Bill Zion, Jay Herbrand, Steve Corbin, Clarence (Kay) Houtz.  RANGERS: Jack Zeiger and Jon Geraghty  HONORARY: Marge Zeiger (not pictured)

LET "THE OVER THE HILL GANG" DO IT!

Every Monday morning about a dozen retired Scouters get up for up to an hour of driving to Camp Chief Little Turtle in Northeastern Indiana in the Anthony Wayne Area Council to work at the Scout Camp and enjoy the fellowship that accompanies the activities of the day. What to do? Both Camp Rangers, Jack Zeiger, now retired, and Jon Geraghty, current Ranger, plan the activities of the day. If there is a project to do, they plan it and The Over The Hill...

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SMOKE ON THE WIND

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SOUTH

 

As we stand in the South direction of Life's Circle, we once again put our prayer down upon Mother Earth, saying that we are open and receptive to trust the decisions that we will make today as we connect with the Holy Spirit within us, around us. This is a good way to start our day, praying to God in gratitude and thanking Him for being with us and trusting that our faith will sustain us. Ask in the name of Jesus, the Way-Shower, that we be given strength for our spiritual journey, a...

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“CATCH THE BUZZ”

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"This year our church is buzzing with excitement as we head out on a Bug Safari," says Doug Reynolds, Vacation Bible School Director at Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church, 1819 Reservation Drive in Waynedale. "On this adventure, kids won't find any boring reminders of tedious schoolwork. Our 'Bug Safari' program will provide fun, memorable Bible-learning activities for kids from age 4 through 5th grade. Each day kids will sing catchy songs, play teamwork-building games, nibble tasty treats from Picnic...

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