‘GONE TO PIECES’ QUILTING CLASS RETURNS
The “Gone To Pieces” Quilting Group will start their fall class beginning September 11, 2003 at the Aboite Firehouse, Aboite Center Road from 6:30pm to 8:30pm. For more information or to enroll, call Pansy Williams at 260-459-0051.
TEAMSTER RETIREE’S MEETING
Teamster Retiree’s Local 414 will hold their monthly meeting Tuesday, September 16, 2003 at Local 414 Union Hall. Potluck and white elephant auction.
Where: SouthWest Conservation Club, 5703 Bluffton Road, Waynedale, IN
When: October 11 & 12, 2003
Who: All Buckskinners, Trappers, Traders, Indians, Craftsman, and the public are invited.
This Rendezvous is being held on the beautiful grounds of the SouthWest Conservation Club and the front yard of the historic Chief Richardville House in southwest Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Planned: Blackpowder Shoot, Hawk & Knife Throw, Bow Shoot, Women’s Skillet Toss, plus a Wooden Horse Race and Scavenger Hunt for the youngin’s and many more activities, to include a counsel fire on Saturday night. This is a pre-1840 Re-enactment with all events for camper participation only, the public is welcome to observe and ask questions.
There will be a primitive church service on Sunday morning. Singing and preaching being done by “Preacher Mike” Kaufman from the Fort Defiance way. Everyone is invited. This is a family oriented function. Lots of fun things to see and do. This event is open to the public, Saturday 10am to 5pm and Sunday 10am to 4pm and it is FREE.
For more information contact: Jim “Running Water” Shawver at (260) 623-6404.
Who: St. Joseph’s Church – Hessen Cassel
What: Fall Festival (Entertainment Store, Fun Teen Events, Kids Carnival, Country Store, Live Auction, Food Court, Hodge Podge Garage Sale (in the parish garage north of the activity center), Talent Show, Log Saw, Raffle, High’s BBQ Chicken, One Generation Christian Music, Borrowed Time 50-60’s Band, Softball Tournament, Bingo, Beer Tent.
When: Saturday, September 27, 2003 from 8am to 10pm
Where: 11337 Old U.S. 27 South of the 469 bypass
Information: Call 639-3352
FORMER WAYNEDALE PASTOR TO SPEAK
Missionary Troy Trout, former pastor of Southwest Assembly of God from 1988 through 1991 and an area bus driver in the community at the time, will be ministering at the 10am service on Sunday, September 28, 2003 at the Southwest Assembly of God, 7702 Smith Road. Troy and Teresa Trout and their children serve the island nation of Cape Verde, as well as Guinea Bissau, W. Africa.
NOTES FROM BETHANY LUTHERAN CHURCH
1) Bethany Lutheran Church, 2435 Engle Road, invites you to our free Men’s Prayer Breakfast, Saturday, September 20, 2003 at 8am.
2) Bethany Lutheran Church invites you to our Family Movie Night on Saturday, September 20, 2003 at 7pm.
3) Bethany Lutheran Church offers Single Parent Life-Enrichment Classes. Thanks to a generous grant from the Lutheran Foundation, Bethany is able to offer a series of Life-Enrichment designed especially for the single parent. The first class will be September 25th from 6:30pm to 8pm at the church. The topic will be “Effective Parenting”. Free babysitting will be offered during the class. Classes will continue to be offered every other Thursday from 6:30pm to 8pm as follows: October 9th – Living on a Budget, October 23rd – Nutritious Cooking on a Shoestring, and November 6th – Stress Management. If you know of any single parents, please invite them to these classes. To enroll in any of the classes or to volunteer as a babysitter, call 747-0713.
4) Bethany Lutheran Church is serving a Pasta Supper on Friday, October 3rd from 5pm to 7pm. All are invited to come and enjoy a great meal.
5) Bethany Lutheran Church no longer offers Wednesday evening Divine Service. Call 747-0713 for more information on any of the above announcements.
NEWS FROM AVALON MISSIONARY CHURCH
Avalon Missionary Church’s Deaconesses and Mentoring Moms invite all area women 16 and older to attend an inspirational and informative meeting on Thursday, September 25, 2003 at Avalon Missionary Church’s Family Life Center at 7pm. The Family Life Center is located on the corner of Lower Huntington Road and the Airport Expressway. The featured speaker will be Dr. Angela LaSalle, who also serves as medical consultant for Mentoring Moms, and Avalon Missionary Church Minister. Her topic will be “Spiritual Healing after a Stressful Event” and there will be opportunity for a question and answer time. Light refreshments will be served. A ticket is required, but tickets are free. Send a self addressed and stamped envelope to Mentoring Moms, 1410 Lower Huntington Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46819 to receive tickets. Also include your telephone number in your request.
AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION 2003 AMERICAN HEART WALK
The 2003 Northeast Indiana American Heart Walk will be held September 13, 2003 at IPFW Campus. Registration will be at 8am with the walk starting at 9am. Come participate, raise funds, and save lives. Contact Stacie Drudge at 260-637-8718 for more information.
FORT WAYNE FORCE 12U SOFTBALL
FW Force Softball Team Program will be holding tryouts for its 2004 12U team on Saturday, September 20th, 1-3pm; Sunday, September 21st, 4-6pm; Saturday, September 27th, 1-3pm; and Sunday, September 28th, 4-6pm. The tryouts are to be held at the Concordia High School diamond. Attendance at all four sessions is encouraged. Any girl born in 1991 or 1992 is eligible. To reserve your spot at tryouts, or to ask questions or directions, please call Andy Zoda at 260-413-7468 or 489-2485 x 256.
Trier Ridge Community Church, 7501 Hessen Cassel Road, will host a Fish Fry (catered by Ed Fox) Saturday, September 13, 2003 from 4pm to 7pm. Adults $7, Children $5 age 5 and under FREE. All you can eat Fish and Chicken. Carry Out also available.
CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF ’53
Students of Central High School – Class of 1953 will be celebrating their 50th Class Reunion Friday, September 26, 2003 and Saturday, September 27, 2003. For more information and/or know of addresses of other classmates, please contact Marge Norton (260) 747-5646.
29TH HOAGLAND, INDIANA OKTOBERFEST
Who: Hoagland Area Advancement Association (a Non-Profit Organization)
What: 29th Annual Oktoberfest
When: Friday, September 19, 2003 from 6:30pm to 11:30pm and Saturday, September 20, 2003 from 2pm to 8pm.
Where: Hoagland Park & Pavilion and 120′ x 150′ Tent with a 40′ X 80′ Birchwood Dance Floor by Freedom Floors
German Food: Knackwurst, Bratwurst, German Potato Salad, Ham, Hot Dogs, Beef BBQ Sandwiches thru-out the fest – carry outs – access to food without admission – gates open at 5pm.
Cost: Admission $6 or 3-Day pass for $16
Bands: Diddle Styx – Friday, September 19 from 6:30pm to 11:30pm, Saturday, September 20 from 2pm to 8pm Bette’s Polka Band alternating with Justus III, 9pm – 12midnight Paula Jo Taylor & Legacy, Sunday, September 21 from 5pm to 8pm Spike And The Bulldogs
FORT WAYNE ART SOURCE
(Non-Profit Gallery and Learning Center)
2812 Lower Huntington Road – Waynedale, IN 46809 260-447-8550
E-mail address: FWArtsource@aol.com
GALLERY HOURS: GALLERY, OPEN FREE TO THE PUBLIC
Tuesdays: 12noon to 5pm
FEATURED ARTIST FOR SEPTEMBER
Watercolors and painted rocks by Marge Shomo will be featured for the month of September. “Have fun, and help people – not necessarily in that order,” is Marge’s goal for the rest of her life. Not only is Marge a watercolor artist, she is also an author of several children’s stories, writing and illustrating them. Marge enjoys reading these stories to her grandchildren’s school classes. And, Marge is an active volunteer for the Red Cross, sometimes traveling to the latest disaster in the USA, helping where she is needed. Taking watercolor classes at several Elder Hostels and from Karen Starn at the Fort Wayne Art Source has opened up another area of Marge’s creativity. Although new at watercolor, her unique style has attracted new patrons. One day, Marge saw a painted rock – and thought, “I can do that!” And she did; do stop by and enjoy our unique “rocky” flower garden. You just might need one for your garden! And how old is our featured artist? Well, you NEVER ask a lady her age, but Marge does not let the fact that she began drawing Social Security several years ago slow her down. For Marge, it is not the years on the calendar, it is the joy for living that counts – and Marge feels young in her heart. Pick up your brush, and come and join Marge in class, you will NOT be as tired, you will NOT be as old as you think you are after being inspired by this delightful senior citizen.
If you or your family have old trophies collecting dust and taking up space – and you don’t want to keep them anymore – we have a solution for you. You can donate old trophies to: Easter Seals ARC of Northeastern Indiana, Inc., 2542 Thompson Avenue, Fort Wayne, IN 46807. Their phone number is 260-456-4534.
WAYNEDALE NUDISTS TO MEET
The next Waynedale Nudist Club – TANNIN’ BOTTOM – meeting will be on Wednesday, September 17, 2003 at 5:12pm. The theme for this meeting is, “Entertainment That Doesn’t Hurt.” The topic of discussion will be, “Your Kitchen Cupboard As A First Aid Kit.” Food for this meeting will be furnished by our hosts Donna and Lou. We’re assured that the food is safe to spill. Servers are expected to wear ‘long’ aprons! Mary Sue and Don will furnish cool drinks and desserts. Thank you Bob for covering your tattoo of the lady and the monkey at our last meeting.
As you remember from our last announcement, we told you that we were offered the use of a room in back of a restaurant for our meetings. It seems an error has occurred and that offer was retracted. We’re sorry for the inconvenience and apologize to anyone who has been inconvenienced or offended. Please no more offers for renting us a meeting room unless you can present a written contract signed by all willing parties involved.
.22 RIFLE TRAINING OFFERED THIS FALL
The Fall .22 Rifle Program will begin October 8, 2003. Participants will meet at the Concordia Lutheran High School shooting range every Wednesday from 6:30pm to 8:30pm. Equipment will be furnished. Registration fee will be $20 per member. It is open to all youth in grades 5-12. There is a maximum registration of 30 participants. If you think you might be interested or if you want additional information about 4-H shooting sports contact the Extension Office at 481-6826.
CHRISTMAS CRAFT BOUTIQUE
The Most Precious Blood Rosary Society is renting table(s) now for the November 1, 2003 Christmas Craft Boutique. For choice position place, rent your table(s) now. For more information call Millie 422-8766, Teresa 385-4565 or Jeannette at 422-5870.
Who: Bethel United Methodist Church
What: Holiday Bazaar
When: Saturday, November 1, 2003 from 9am to 3pm. Lunch served from 11am to 1pm.
Where: 8405 Lima Road
Cost: Table Rental at $25 per table
Info: Call Kathy Smith at 497-0018 or church office at 489-3651
The Waynedale United Methodist Women are beginning preparations for their November 1, 2003 Bazaar. Table rental is $20 each for 6-foot tables. Call Bronna Beth Bowling for more information at 747-3541.
SCOTTISH RITE 2ND ANNUAL PURDUE VARSITY GLEE CLUB CONCERT & FISH FRY
The Scottish Rite Center once again welcomes the internationally renowned Purdue Varsity Glee Club in concert on Friday, October 10, 2003 at 7:30pm. A fish fry dinner will be served starting at 7pm prior to the concert. All proceeds benefit the Fort Wayne Masonic Learning Center for Children, which offers free tutoring services to children with dyslexia. Tickets for the concert and fish fry are $25 per person. Box office hours are: M-F, noon to 6pm. Visit www.srcenter.org for tickets or call 260-423-2593.
SINGING AUCTIONEER IN CONCERT
Dane Bailey, “The Singing Auctioneer”, will be in concert at Nine Mile United Methodist Church, 6303 Winters Road on Sunday, September 14, 2003 at 10am. Dane, a native of Berne and now from Fort Wayne, brings a rich history of music and ministry. He has traveled for over 28 years throughout the Midwest singing at churches, campgrounds, banquets, fairs, and on radio and television. With his smooth style of singing and broad selection of music, you will want to sit back, relax, and soak it all in. Dane has four recordings available. “In His Time”, “Touch of The Master’s Hand”, “The Old Violin Song”, a concert video by the same name produced by the Eddie Crook Co., and a new project, “One More Time” just released on the Counterpoint Group label. Dane, along with his ministry schedule, is an auctioneer with Martin & Bailey Auction-Realty Company in Fort Wayne and an instructor at Reppert’s School of Auctioneering, Auburn, Indiana. The public is cordially invited to attend. There is no charge for the concert, but a freewill offering will be taken. For more information on Dane, go to www.SingingAuctioneer.com.
GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY TO MEET
The Allen County Genealogical Society-Computer Users’ Group will meet at the Aboite Library on September 17, 2003 at 7pm. Visitors are welcome and are invited.
Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Indiana, Inc. announces the “ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION MEMORY WALK” will take place Saturday, October 4, 2003 at 11am in Foster Park, Pavilion #1. Taking steps to end Alzheimer’s. For more information call 1-888-575-9624 or 1-260-420-5547 or E-mail us at ALZHEIMERSUPPORT@FWI.COM
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – BENEFIT FOR INJURED RIDERS
The benefit will be held Saturday, September 20, 2003 at American Legion Post #241, 7605 Bluffton Road from 12noon to 6pm. Chicken Dinner/Fries $6.50, 50/50 Raffle, Tip Boards, Karaoke, Silent Auction, Bike Show – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Place with a $3 entry fee. Trophies donated by Sportmart. American Legion Riders – Indiana Chapter
Emmaus Ladies Aid will have a rummage sale at 2320 Broadway on Saturday, October 4 from 9am to 1pm, and on Monday, October 6 from 9am to 1pm. Bag Sale on Monday only. Co-chairmen are: Wini Fritz, Lillian Hitzeman, Elfrieda Pflueger, and Carmen Michael.
CARD PARTY/BAKE SALE
Emmaus Ladies Aid will have a “Cards and Quilts” Card Party and Bake Sale on Thursday, September 25, 2003 at 1pm at 2320 Broadway. Donation: $3. Tickets available at the door. Men are welcome.
The United Methodist Women of Hope United Methodist Church are sponsoring a Rummage/Bake Sale on Friday, September 19, 2003 from 8am until 1pm – $3 a bag from Noon until 1pm – Corner of U.S. 27 & Hoagland Road – Something for everyone – shop early for the best selection!”
RUMMAGE SALE/BAKE SALE
Who: The Anthony Wayne Church of God
What: Rummage/Bake Sale
When: Thursday, October 2, 2003 from 8am to 5pm and Friday, October 3, 2003 from 8am to 3pm with a $2 Bag Sale from 1pm to 3pm
Where: 6012 South Bend Drive (Corner of South Bend Drive and Getz Road)
There will be an Open House at Waynedale Baptist Church, 633 Lower Huntington Road on Sunday, September 28, 2003 from 2pm to 4pm. – New Pastor and new Family Life Center – Desserts, games, prizes – FREE – Everyone Welcome
BOY SCOUT TROOP IN NEED OF WELL PUMP AND TANK
A request has come in from a local Boy Scout Troop for a shallow well pump and tank to fit a 4″ well. The one that needs replaced is, “. . . on it’s 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 us a call at The Waynedale News (260) 747-4535. Gifts to the Boy Scouts are tax deductible.
What: Monroeville Volunteer Fire Department IPRA Rodeo
When: Friday, September 12th and Saturday, September 13th
Where: Monroeville Community Park
Who: Brought to you by G-Bar-A Rodeo Company
Cost: Adult-$10, Sr Citizen-$8, Youth (6-15)-$6
SOUTHSIDE BUSINESS GROUP MEETING
Date: Thursday, Sept. 25th
Topic: Political Candidates
Where: Atz Ice Cream Shoppe at 211 E. Tillman Rd
The meal will cost $5/person with choice of small chef salad as an option. We will dismiss at 7pm
SOUTHSIDE PRIDE BLOCK PARTY
Date: Sat., Sept. 13th
Food, Music, Clowns, Bingo, Balloons. It is all free! Come meet your neighbors and business organizations in the area.
5821 S. Anthony Blvd.
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