Waynedale Leisure & Entertainment

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Hello pool players here are 3 players from our Playfair Leagues and a little bit about them.

Mike Roush plays out of the Side Pocket. He is a resident of Waynedale. When you see Mike, ask him for a sample of his homemade beef jerky it comes in mild, hot and extra hot.

Andy Sheplak - when he is not playing pool, he is playing golf. Andy drives a school bus for Canterbury Elementary and owns his own drywall business. Which sport are you playing now Andy?

Juana Fuentes plays at Mickey and...

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Dear Curley Sue,

I am starting Chemotherapy for breast cancer and I was wondering when I will lose my hair and how fast it will come back. Do you have any suggestions for me? —Hairless and Hopeless

 

Dear H.H.

There are new treatments that may not cause you to lose your hair. If you start noticing hair loss, you may consider first a short or "buzz" haircut to ease the trauma a little. When your treatment is finished, you may try massaging your scalp to increase the blood flow. You may...

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Spring Moon Points to Planets

 

Four planets will form a gigantic diagonal line across the sky after sunset in March. Locate the planets this month and then take note how they will seem to move closer in relation to each other. The moon will help point out the planets to the casual stargazer. During March, advance preparations are being made for a splendid meeting of five planets occurring in late April and early May.

On Monday, March 18, the moon sits 10 degrees (a fist wide) to the upper...

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MAGNIFICENT CAVE HILL CEMETERY

 

I wrote about beautiful Cave Hill in a column several weeks ago, and since that time, have been deluged with inquires wanting to know more about the cemetery. I went out again, which is always a pleasure and one of new discovery. One can never go often enough, nor see all there is to see.

Cave Hill Cemetery has been Louisville's foremost burying ground since 1848. Nearly 300 acres are set aside in perpetuity to ensure the sanctity of the magnificently...

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Dear Cousin,

 

To be the shortest month of the year, February seems to drag on the longest. It is sort of an in-between month, trailing along behind winter and yet not looking toward spring. It can be vicious and sneaky, with unexpected snowstorms and biting, cruel winds. Sometimes it drops a mild, sunny day to us, and then follows it with a bitterly cold one dripping with icicles.

It has always seemed the dreariest month of all. After the snow-covered landscape has melted, it reveals dingy...

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(above) Set design for opening and closing acts. (right) Set design for opening of second act, from interprretation chamber.

The Elmhurst High School Theatre Department is inviting you to its annual Spring musical, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. This production marks a debut performance by any Fort Wayne Community School high school.

Directed by Kirby Volz and set designs by Donald Goss, this story is a familiar one made popular by Donny Osmond. Joseph is his father's favorite and rejected by his brothers. He is dumped in a pit by his brothers to die. The father is told that his favorite son is dead...

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