COMMUNITY CALENDAR 10/30/2002

“FOR ALL SEASONS” VARIETY SHOW/DINNER

The New Builders of Calvary United Methodist Church, on Baer Field Thruway at Winchester Road, will present a Dinner and Variety Show at the church on Saturday, November 16, 2002 at 6:30pm.  Tickets at $7 for adults and $4 for children under 13 are available to the public for dinner and the show which follows.

“FOR ALL SEASONS” features best loved songs of the seasons of the year and of our lives.  New Builders’ Dinners and Shows are well known in the community.  The deadline for advance ticket sales and reservations is Monday, November 11, 2002 and tickets without advance reservations will not be available at the door.  Seating is limited to 220.  Reservations may be made by calling 485-0799, or weekdays at the church office 747-9218 before the November 6, 2002 deadline.  Those with reservations should be at the church by 6:10pm on show night to allow time for ticket purchase and seating.

 

FORT WAYNE WRITER’S FORUM

for prose, poetry, and drama writers.  Talkabouts, share, network.  Tuesday, November 5, 2002 at 7pm at the Towne House, 2209 St. Joe Center Road.  Since new construction is taking place at the Towne House, and the front entrance is temporarily gone, if new, please check for information:  Call Trudy at 260-482-9362.

 

“TURKEY” SHOOT

Who: Fort Wayne Beagle Club (EST. 1926) What: Turkey Shoot (Frozen turkeys for prizes – We shoot at targets not at live turkeys. – Shotgun shells furnished.) When: Oct 27, 2002 and November 10, 2002 from 11am to ?? Where: 1432 Aboite Road, 1st road west of General Motors on Lafayette Center Road – turn left 1/2 mile on right – signs posted Why: Proceeds benefit our wildlife by feeding, planting, and improving the wildlife habitat. – All sportsmen are welcome.  Noon lunch served.  Our furry and feathered wildlife friends will thank you and so will we.

 

FPT (First Presbyterian Theater) AUDITIONS

Show: Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare – Saturday/Sundays, 1 to 4pm from November 9-24 rehearsals five times a week begin December 8, Sundays-Fridays – 7 to 10:30pm Needed: 12 men/3women – The role of Feste is already cast Where: First Presbyterian Theater, 300 W. Wayne Street (just north of the downtown Allen County Public Library, parking is on the north side of the building) When: Saturday, November 2, 2002 – sign up for a one-hour slot from 1-4pm.  Everyone is then called back Sunday, November 3 at 6pm.

To Audition: Call and sign up for a 60 minute slot, return for the call back at 6pm, be familiar with the script, any questions or conflicts, call Thom at 422-6329.

 

“BE SAFE, BE SEEN THIS HALLOWEEN,” (says the Indiana Crime Prevention Coalition)

Go with a grown-up or in a group. Try to trick-or-treat early while there is still light outside. Wear a costume that makes it easier to walk, see, hear and be seen. If youngsters and chaperones are out after dark, make sure costumes are light in color. Use reflective tape to enhance costumes and be seen more easily. Carry a flashlight, reflective bag or glowstick.

Consider makeup instead of a mask. Cross only at corners – never between parked vehicles mid-block. Trick-or-treat in your own neighborhood. Agree what streets and homes will be visited and set boundaries. If streets have no sidewalks, avoid them or walk facing traffic. Adults should check all threats closely and report anything suspicious to police immediately. Early dusk, fallen leaves and seasonal drizzles can make Indiana streets unsafe on any given fall evening.  Add to that nearly one-half million, excited Hoosier youngsters clad in costumes that often block their vision while hurrying to strangers’ doors in areas that sometimes are unfamiliar – and you have tragedies waiting to happen.  By following these hard-learned lessons, Halloween can be memorable for all the right reasons.

 

PUMPKIN PATCH PARTY

Trier Ridge Community Church, 7501 Hessen Cassel Road, will host their annual Pumpkin Patch Party on Thursday October 31, 2002.  Stop by between 6pm and 8pm for this free ministry of games and snacks for children pre-school through 6th grade.  This is a safe Halloween alternative – adult supervised.

 

FREE HALLOWEEN PARTY

The Zanesville Lions invite the community to their annual FREE HALLOWEEN PARTY.  The date is Wednesday evening, October 30th.  Costume judging will begin promptly at 6:30pm.  Cash prizes will be awarded with categories according to age groups and family groups.  There will be treat bags for those in the costume contest and free hot dogs, chips with cheese, cookies, and drinks for all.  A free bingo with prizes and cakes will be held after the judging.  The party is at the Zanesville Lions Community Park on VanHorn Street.

 

GREAT ZOO HALLOWEEN JUST AROUND THE CORNER

The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo will present its twenty-fourth annual Great Zoo Halloween from October 18 to October 31.  Weekdays the event runs from 6pm to 8:30pm, Saturdays and Sundays it runs from 5pm to 8:30pm.  Unique displays of popular characters adorn the zoo grounds.  Each unique exhibit is crafted of pumpkins, cornstalks, gourds, and squash.  In addition, hundreds of jack-o-lanterns illuminate the paths.  Children can trick-or-treat in the merry, not scary zoo visiting nine treat stations.  For a bit more of a scare, one can take a train ride on the Eerie Express through the woods of Franke Park.  The forest is haunted by area Scouts and youth organizations.  Children are encouraged to come in costume and may bring a flashlight.  Admission to the Great Zoo Halloween is $5 for those collecting treats and $4 for adults.  Cider, cookies, games, tattoos, train rides, pictures and glow necklaces will also be available for $1 to $3.

 

MEET THE CANDIDATES NIGHT

The Zanesville Lions are hosting a ‘Meet the Candidates Night’ at the Lions Clubhouse on Vanhorn Street, Zanesville Ballpark on Tuesday evening at 7pm, Tuesday, October 29, 2002.  Everyone is welcome.  Come on out and meet State, County, Township, and Town Candidates.

 

‘TEAM IN TRAINING’ MEMBER HOSTS BENEFIT DINNER/DANCE

On Friday, October 25, 2002 there will be a Benefit Dinner/Dance at the all-new reception hall, Bentley’s On Broadway (2520 Broadway Street).  Dinner will be begin at 7pm.  The local band “Joe Five”, will take the stage at 9pm.  There will be a silent auction, as well as a 50/50 raffle.  TEAM IN TRAINING is a special program within the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.  Local runner Dodi Gunawardhana joined the team in honor of her father, Phil Treesh, who has been battling Leukemia since May 2000.

Gunawardhana has been raising funds to aid in the search toward a cure for Leukemia and other blood related diseases.  She has personally raised over $9,000 for ‘The Team’.  Tickets are $15 per person or $7 cover charge after 8:30pm for those wishing to attend the concert only.  For more information please call Dodi at 744-9999.

 

WHAT’S HAPPENING AT THE WAYNEDALE BRANCH OF THE ACPL?

PRESCHOOL STORYTIME! Monday, October 28, & Tuesday, October 29, at 10:30am Children under the age of 5 are encouraged to attend a storytime designed with them in mind. HALLOWEEN COSTUME PARTY Monday, October 28 and Tuesday, October 29, 2002 at 10:30am  Children ages 5 and younger come in costume for a funny-not-scary-Halloween storytime. TRICK-OR-TREAT AT THE LIBRARY Thursday, October 31, 2002 from 5pm to 7pm. Children in costume, 10 years of age and younger, stop by the library for trick-or-treat.

 

SCRAPBOOKING & STAMPING CLASSES FOR BEGINNERS

These classes will be held on Tuesday, November 12, 2002 and Tuesday, December 10, 2002 at 7pm at the Raindrop Shoppe, 2511 Lower Huntington Road.  Cost is $15/class and includes materials.  Space is limited so reserve your space now.  Call 747-3416 for more information.

 

GIRL SCOUTS MEETING AT SCOUT CABIN

Girl Scout Troop #850 (Junior/Cadette) now meet at the Portage Creek Camp Association Scout Cabin, corner of Lower Huntington Road and Ardmore Avenue, every Tuesday evening from 6:30pm to 8pm.  Anyone interested in joining or helping with the troop, please contact Troop Leader Mary Shepard at 436-2422.

 

FORT WAYNE ART SOURCE

(Non-Profit Gallery and Learning Center) 2812 Lower Huntington Road – Waynedale – 447-8550

e-mail address: FWArtsource@aol.com

GALLERY HOURS:

OPEN FREE TO THE PUBLIC Mondays: 12noon to 5pm       Tuesdays: 12noon to 5pm Wednesdays: 12noon-8pm Thursdays: 12noon-8pm

Fridays: 10am-5pm            Saturdays: 10am-2pm

Sundays: 1pm-4pm

ARTIST OF THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER IS DONI ADAM

“My pupils want me to teach them how to paint, I hope to teach them how to see.”  Doni believes artists must learn to see the relationship and the rhythm in the lines, and also see the relationship of the colors and more important, to see the values within the colors.  “Without the correct value placement, the art work will be flat, without movement, and devoid of life.”

After attending Baker University in Baldwin, Kansas, where she majored in Education with minors in Art History and Music; Doni spent the next 25 years enjoying being a wife and mommy.  Doni was very involved with the usual Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Sunday School teacher, Nursery School teacher leadership roles.  Throughout these years, Doni bought many art books and enjoyed reading and studying the masters, particularly Michaelangelo, Norman Rockwell, and Andrew Wyeth.  The children grew up, left home, Doni picked up a paintbrush and the ‘magic began.  In 1993, Doni was honored to be chosen as a teacher at the national convention of the Society of Decorative Artists.  In 2000, Doni was certified Silver by TEAM (Teachers and Educators of Art Materials).  She is a past president of the Three Rivers Decorative Artists and is currently president of the Great Lakes Region of the Creative Artists Network, the National Teachers’ Network of ColArt Americas, Inc.

 

LIMITED NUMBER OF ART SOURCE MEMBERSHIPS NOW AVAILABLE

Fort Wayne Art Source has a limited number of memberships available and is accepting work for screening in all media.  Successful applicants will be provided space for up to 10 hanging pieces and 15 three-dimensional pieces in our public gallery.  Interested artists should call our membership chairperson Sue Shull at 432-7114 for more information or stop by the gallery at 2812 Lower Huntington Road for a look at our displays.

 

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO DELIVER HOMEBOUND MEALS

Homebound Meals, a non-profit organization, has served the city of Fort Wayne since 1971 and delivers noon meals Monday to Friday to people who are unable to prepare their own meals due to age, illness, or disability.  Special diets are available.  We need volunteer drivers to deliver noon meals once a week Monday through Friday to homebound people who are unable to prepare their own meals.  Contact Judy Gregg at 422-3296.

 

LOCATION FOR OLD FLAG DISPOSAL

The department of Veterans Affairs, VA Northern Indiana Health Care System, 2121 Lake Avenue, in co-operation with the K.W.V.A. Quiet Warriors Chapter of Indiana, welcome the community to bring in their worn, torn, and tattered flags for disposal in the proper manner.  There is a flag collection barrel in the main entrance of the VA Hospital.

 

FLAG HISTORY AND ETIQUETTE BOOK AVAILABLE THROUGH THE BOY SCOUTS

The book entitled YOUR FLAG is available through the 2002 Boy Scouts of America Official Retail Catalog.  Learn the proud history and etiquette of the American flag.  This book has new illustrations and information throughout.  Order catalog #Z33188A.  The cost is $8.95 plus tax.  The book is also available in the Boy Scout Shop at the Anthony Wayne Area Scout Office/Training Center, 8315 W. Jefferson, Fort Wayne, IN 46804.  American flags are also available.  For prices and information call Janice at 432-9593.

 

ELMHURST HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF ’82

Can you believe it has been 20 years since walking off the stage at the Memorial Coliseum with your diploma in hand?  Well believe it, a 20-year class reunion is being planned for November 30, 2002.  We are in the painstaking process of locating all of our fellow graduates so if you have not been contacted personally or if you have any leads of graduates that you have stayed in contact with, please contact Chris Baker-Stevens at 260-625-6432 or send an e-mail to ehs82reunion2002@yahoo.com

 

 

NEW/USED BOY/GIRL/CUB SCOUT UNIFORMS NEEDED

Scouts are looking for good new or used uniforms.  Are you, or your children, finished with scouting?  Do you have uniforms or uniform parts (belts, shirts, pants, socks, etc.) – Boys &  Girls sizes or Adult sizes) laying around in dresser drawers or hanging in the back of a closet?  Please donate these items to us.  We have boys, girls, and adults in need of uniforms.  Call Scoutmaster Jack Shepard or Girl Scout leader Mary Shepard at 436-2422 for pickup, or drop the items off at THE WAYNEDALE NEWS, 2700 Lower Huntington Road.  Items donated are tax deductible.

 

CUB SCOUT PACK 3044 TO RECHARTER

We have located the Pack flags now we need a Cubmaster, An Assistant Cubmaster, Several Den Leaders, Boys 7 to 10 years of age, and other volunteers to help with our new-to-be Cub Scout Pack.  Meetings will be held weekly either on a Wednesday or a Thursday night at the Portage Creek Camp Association Boy Scout Cabin at the corner of Lower Huntington Road and Ardmore Avenue here in Waynedale.  Come on down to the Scout Cabin any Monday night from 7pm to 8:30pm and talk to us about helping to restart one of the oldest Packs in the area.  Let’s keep it going.

 

CRAFTERS WANTED

Crafters wanted for the bazaar at New Haven United Methodist Church on Saturday, December 7, 2002 from 9am to 3pm.  Tables are available for $25.  Call Becky Hayes 749-1711, Mary McMaken at 657-1309, or the church office at 749-9565.

 

CRAFTERS WANTED

Moeller Road Wesleyan Church is seeking crafters for its Saturday, December 7, 2002 Christmas Craft Show, held at the church between the hours of 9am and 3pm.  Spaces with or without tables are available.  8-foot tables are $30.  For additional information call Deb Heath at 493-2126.

 

CALLING ALL CRAFTERS

Vendor tables are still available for Wyneken Memorial Lutheran School’s Annual Craft Show to be held on December 7, 2002.  Wyneken is located just 7 miles north of Decatur and 11 miles south of Fort Wayne at 11565 N. US Highway 27.  Contact Judy Werling at 639-6132 or Shirley Drier at 547-4419 for more information.

 

AUTUMN CRAFT AND ART EXTRAVAGANZA

Who: “Lighthouse” – Whitley County’s Homeless Shelter

What: Craft and Art Extravaganza – Quality crafts and artwork from artisans throughout Indiana – Olde Tyme Poppin Kettle Korn – Bake Sale – Live entertainment from local choral groups and instrumentalists – Food Court Free Admission When: Saturday, November 2, 2002 from 9am to 3pm Where: Whitley County 4-H Center (U.S. 30 West, on Lincoln way – signs) Information: Call 260-244-4552

 

FALL FEST

The St. Joseph Catholic Church Women, 1300 N. Main Street, Bluffton, are having a Fall Fest on November 2, 2002 from 10am until 2pm.  There will be a Longaberger Basket Bingo starting at 11am.  Tickets for the Bingo will be $10 for twenty games.  Additional game cards will be available.  A lunch of soup, sandwiches, dessert, and beverages will be available for purchase.  The Church Women will also be available and make nice Christmas gifts.  For information or to purchase tickets contact the church office at 260-824-1380, Mary-Ann Bickley 260-824-2283, Carol Leitner 260-824-1788, or Cindy Bates 260-824-5395.  Tickets are also available at all Masses.

 

DEER RIDGE HOLLY DAYS CRAFT SHOW

Who: Deer Ridge PTC

What: Holly Days Craft Show – Shop School Wide – halls, cafetorium and gym – 160 tables of crafts – bake sale & snack bar When: Saturday, November 9, 2002 from 9am to 4pm

Where: Deer Ridge School – (Scott & Illinois (Route 14) Roads)

 

FALL CRAFT SHOW

Who: Heritage Jr/Sr High School PTSA

What: Fall Craft Show with breakfast and lunch items available. Door prizes will be held every 15 minutes throughout the day. When: Saturday, November 2, 2002 from 9am to 3pm Where: 13608 Monroeville Road, Monroeville, Indiana

Why: Monies raised goes to help support our school scholarship program.

 

 

ANNUAL BAZAAR

Who: CWF (Christian Women’s Fellowship) What: Christmas items, candy, caramel corn, baked goods, mincemeat, apple butter, a this and that table, a drawing for prizes and much more. When: November 2, 2002 from 2pm to 6:30pm Where: West Creighton Avenue Christian Church, 845 West Creighton Avenue Dinner: Beef ‘n Noodles or ham loaf, mashed potatoes & gravy, vegetable, salad, pies, rolls, and drinks. Cost: $5.50 for adults, $2.75 for children 3-12 and children 2 and under are free.

 

HOLIDAY BAZAAR

Emmaus Ladies Aid, 2320 Broadway, will have their Holiday Bazaar on Saturday, November 16 from 9am to 3pm.  Handicap accessible and wheelchairs will be available.  There will be an 84” by 98” quilt sold by silent auction.  Many handmade crafts, jewelry, knives, home-made mincemeat, apple butter, cookies, baked goods, and plants will be available.  Soups, salads, sandwiches, and homemade pies will be served from 11am to 1pm.  Any questions call 432-5228.

 

CHRISTMAS CRAFT BAZAAR

St. Joseph Hessen Cassel School ‘20th Annual Christmas Craft Bazaar’ on Saturday, November 9, 2002 from 8am to 3pm in the reception hall and activity center.  Features over 100 booths of quality crafts and baked goods.  Delicious home-cooked food also available.  Hessen Cassel is located at U.S. Hwy. 27, just south of 469 bypass.  Sponsored by the Booster Club for information and space availability, call Sheila at 639-3784.

 

BAZAAR

Who: Bethel United Methodist Church

What: Holiday Bazaar

When: Saturday, November 2, 2002 from 9am to 3pm.

Where: 8405 Lima Road, Fort Wayne Extras: Lunch will be served from 11am to 1pm. Info: Call Kathy Smith at 497-0018 or the church office at 489-3651.

 

HOLIDAY FESTIVAL CRAFTS FAIR

Who: Southwest Allen County Schools Music Boosters Club What: Annual Crafts Fair – No Admission Fee When: Saturday, November 23, 2002 from 9am to 3pm Where: 4509 Homestead Road – west of Exit 102 off of Interstate 69. Why: Money collected will go to music programs. Information: Call Marie Mrowczynski at 436-3981. Merchants can set up their displays on Friday, November 22 from 5-7pm or Saturday, November 23, 2002 at 6:30am.

 

CHRISTMAS SHOPPING IN CHICAGO

Who: New Era Chapter of the American Business Women’s Association What: Chicago Shopping Trip When: Saturday, November 23, 2002 – 6:45am (leave by 7am-sharp) to 10pm Where: Wells Fargo Bank in front of Northcrest Shopping Center Cost: $30 per person – Make checks payable to New Era Chapter ABWA RSVP: Call Marty Kocks-485-1690

 

 

CHRISTKINDEL MARKT OF FORT WAYNE –

November 29 to December 1, 2002 at Freiman Square is looking for artisans, crafters and merchants to participate in this “Old World” event.  For market stands rental call: 260-747-2592 or 260-432-6495.  Entry deadline is October 31, 2002.

 

CHRISTKINDEL MARKT

A new Fort Wayne tradition with Old World Charm!  Market stands that offer goods such as food, drink, and holiday gift items, decorations and more will await you in Freiman Square on Thanksgiving weekend.  The market stands will be beautifully decorated and at night the festive lighting will add to the charm of outdoor market shopping.  Music and entertainment will remind you of days gone by and will transport you into a wonderland of tradition.  Sponsored by the German Heritage Society Inc. and the Fort Wayne Maennerchor Inc. the Christkindel Markt will become a favorite event during the holiday season.  Dates: November 29 and 30, December 1, 2002.  An up-scale holiday event with something for everyone.  If you are interested in being part of this FIRST EVER Fort Wayne Christkindel Markt contact us at: 260-747-2592 (Voicemail).

 

CHURCH DINNER, BAZAAR, AND BAKE SALE

Who: St. John’s Lutheran Church Bingen

What: Swiss Steak and Chicken Dinner with baked potato, green beans, salad, dessert, roll and drink.

When: Sunday, October 27, 2002 from 10:30am to 1pm Where: At the church

 

CHICKEN DINNER

Who: St. Joseph Hessen Cassel What: CARRY-OUT Chicken Dinner – potatoes, green beans, applesauce, and dessert. – THIS IS FOR CARRYOUT ONLY.

When: Friday, November 15, 2002 from 4pm to 7pm

Where: At the recreation hall 11521 Old U.S. 27 South (U.S. Hwy. 27 of the 469 BYPASS.) Why: Proceeds to benefit the 8th Grade Class Trip. Cost: $6.50 Information: Call the school at 639-3580 or Pat at 639-6006.

 

 

FISH & TENDERLOIN DINNER

Who: St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church (Flatrock)

What: Fish & Tenderloin Dinner by Ed Fox and a Craft & Bake Sale When: Saturday, November 2, 2002 from 4:30pm to 7:30pm Where: 12912 Franke Road, Monroeville, Indiana Cost: Adults-$6.50; Children (6-12)-$4; Children 5 and under-FREE

 

FISH & CHICKEN DINNER

Who: Forest Park United Methodist Church

What: Fish & Chicken Dinner by Ed Fox – take out available

When: Friday, October 25, 2002 from 4:30pm to 7pm

Where: 2100 Kentucky Avenue

Why: Profits to support the church. Cost: Adult-$6.50, Children (6-8)-$4, Children 5 & under-FREE

 

FISH, TENDERLOIN, CHICKEN DINNER

Who: Southwest Firefighters Association

What: Catered By Ed Fox-All you can eat fish, tenderloin, and chicken portions with applesauce, broasted potatoes, dinner roll, dessert, and drink.

When: Sunday, November 3, 2002 from 11am to 1:30pm

Where: Southwest Fire District Station #1, 7001 Old Trail Road Cost: Adults-$6.50, Children (6-12)-$3.50, Children under 5-FREE

 

SAUERKRAUT SUPPER

Who: Redeemer Lutheran Church What: Sauerkraut supper – Carryout available and handicap accessible

When: Friday, November 1, 2002 from 5pm to 7pm

Where: 202 West Rudisill Boulevard

Info: Call 744-2585

 

HARVEST SUPPER

Who: Roanoke Cooperative Parish What: Harvest Supper – Turkey or Ham, potatoes, stuffing, gravy, green beans, slaw, homemade pie, and a drink – carryout available. When: Saturday, November 2, 2002 from 4:30pm to 7pm

Where: Seminary UMC, 285 N. Seminary Street, Roanoke, Indiana Cost: Adults-$7, Children Under 12-$3.50, Children 2 and under-FREE

 

HAUNTED HOUSE

Green Center Haunted House open October 25-26, and 31.  From Fort Wayne, take US-33 North of Churubusco 3 miles to 650 E and turn right (North) for 31/2 miles.  Come see what’s new.

 

ANNUAL SNOWMOBILE EXPO AND KICK OFF PARTY

Who: The Hoagland Blizzard Blazers Snowmobile Club

What: Kick Off Party and Expo

When: Saturday, November 2, 2002 at 2pm

Where: Hoagland Community Club-US 27 South of Fort Wayne to Hoagland Road, then follow the Expo signs East to the Snowmobile Expo. Info: The expo will include local area dealers displaying 2003 models and accessories.  There will be a ‘show and shine’ presentation, kids’ games, music, hog-roast, and hayride – call Brian Sechler at 482-5766.

 

ANNUAL TURKEY DINNER with all the trimmings

Who: American Legion Auxillary Post 241, Waynedale

When: Saturday, November 10, 2002 12noon to 3pm

Where: American Legion Post 241, 7605 Bluffton Rd., Waynedale

Please join them to help the Veterans and Childrens organizations. Open to the Public.

 

MANDATORY PRECAVING CLASS FOR CAVE EXPLORATION ADVENTURE

When: Saturday, November 2, 2002 Where: Fox Island, 7324 Yohne Road Cost: Class fee of $20 (covers maps and caving instruction). What: Learn about geology, cave life, needed equipment and cave information.

 

CHICAGO TRIP

Who: Women In Construction – A not for profit organization. What: Shopping/Museums/Sight Seeing Trip When: November 16, 2002 (leave at 7am and return at 10pm Cost: $30 – includes donuts & coffee Information: Call Holly Scott at 800-357-5127 or Kathy Beauchot at 260-425-9572

 

WANTED: VOLUNTEERS TO HELP TAXPAYERS

AARP Tax-Aide Program, the country’s largest volunteer tax preparation service, needs your help.  In 2002, AARP Tax-Aide volunteers helped 1.7 million middle and low income tax taxpayers with their federal and state tax returns.  We expect an even busier tax season in 2003 so we need additional volunteers.  After training, counselors are assigned to sites in Allen County such as, Waynedale Library.  The volunteers are asked to work a minimum of forty (40) hours during the tax season (February 3 to April 15, 2002).  For volunteer information, please call Virgil Guegard at 260-747-3256 or Bill Knoor at 260-484-5654.

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