COMMUNITY CALENDAR 5/18/2005

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WAYNEDALE MEMORIAL DAY PARADE
When: Memorial Day-Monday, May 30
Line up at 8am
Parade starts at 9am
Where: Parade line-up begins at the Waynedale United Methodist Church, 2501 Church Street.
Parade route follows down Old Trail Road from the church to the cemetery.
Sponsored by American Legion Post #241, SW Conservation Club, AmVets Post #33, Fraternal Order of Eagles #248, VFW Post #1421, & The Waynedale News.
Military Ceremony at Prairie Grove Cemetery following the parade.
Food, refreshments, free fishing for kids 12 and under, will follow the ceremony at Southwest
Conservation Club on Bluffton Road.

FISH & TENDERLOIN DINNER
Who: Emmaus Ladies Aid
Where: 2320 Broadway
When: Friday, May 20
4-7pm
Cost: Adults $7
Children $4.50
Carry-outs available.

IT’S TIME FOR GERANIUMS
Who: Emmaus Ladies Aid
What: Card Party & Bake Sale
Where: 2320 Broadway
When: Thur., May 26, 1pm
Donations: $3

FISH FRY AND TENDERLOIN DINNER
Where: Bethany Lutheran Church, 2435 Engle Road
When: Saturday, May 21
4:30-7:30pm

MEN’S PRAYER BREAKFAST
Where: Bethany Lutheran Church, 2435 Engle Road
When: Sat., May 21, 8am
Cost: Free

BAERFIELD
TOASTMASTERS
What: Learn speaking and leadership skills
Where: Atz’s Ice Cream Shoppe, Tillman Road
When: Tuesdays at 6pm
If you need help becoming a confident, effective speaker at your club meetings, this is the place to begin.

KWVA MEETIING
Who: Korean War Veterans Association
What: Monthly Meeting
Where: American Legion Post #82, 3501 Harris Road
When: Saturday, May 14
Breakfast at 7am
Meeting at 9am
For more information call 485-7627.

RICHARDVILLE HOUSE
What: Open for the season
When: Saturdays, 12-5pm
Cost: $7 Adults
$5 Students

BLUE STAR SALUTE
What: An Armed Forces Day Celebration
Where: American Legion Post #296
130 West Tillman Rd.
When: Saturday, May 21
10am-4pm
Program at 1pm
Evening dinner is 6-8pm.
Followed by the band “Loose Gravel.”
Cost: $9 incl. dinner & dance
$2 cover for dance only

SOUTHWEST
CONSERVATION CLUB
5703 Bluffton Road
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
What: Fish and Tenderloin Supper
When: Friday, May 20
5pm-7:30pm

What: Trap & Skeet Shoot
When: Sunday, May 29
12:30pm -close

What: 3D Open Archery Shoot
When: Sunday, May 15
10am-3pm

What: Kustoms of America (KOA) Car Show
When: Fri, Sat, Sun
May 20-21

SOUTHMOOR SINGERS
What: Looking for singers to join our ladies choir
When: Practice 9-11am Tuesdays
Come join us! We are a group of ladies who love to sing and share the gift of music with others.
Call 447-0339 or 744-5034 for more information.

MEMORIAL BRICKS
Where: War Memorial Shrine, 2122 O’Day Road
Make every day a “Memorial Day” by placing a brick of honor on the Korean War Veterans Association’s beautiful walkway.
For more information call Allen Clendenen at 489-1724

BEGINNING THE JOURNEY
Who: Alzheimer’s Association
What: Seminar for families who suspect memory loss or have recently been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.
For more information or to register, call 1-800-272-3900.

BOOKS NOW AVAILABLE
Autographed copies of my new book, HOW TO EAT A WILD GREEN PANCAKE and other humorous tales, by Ray McCune, will be available for purchase by calling 747-6512. The price is $19.50.

SOS NIGHT
Who: Nine Mile United Methodist Church
Where: 6303 Winters Road
When: Every Thursday night from 6-7:30pm
What: Sharing Our Savior Night
The night begins with dinner and a bible story and then games for all.
Help for children with homework also available.

VOLUNTEER
OPPORTUNITIES
Where: Chief Richardville House, 5705 Bluffton Road
When: Throughout the year
What: Sweeping, moping, dusting, and pulling weeds, yard clean-up, and general custodial work
Call 426-2882 ext. 307 volunteer opportunities.
EUCHRE
Where: Waynedale United Methodist Church, Church Street
When: Every Tuesday, 9am

FAMILY CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP MEETS
Where: Kingston Residence, 7515 Winchester Road
When: Second Wednesday of each month from 3-4pm
What: Support, education on resources, and provide training materials to family caregivers
For More Info: Contact Pattie 747-1523

EAGLE AERIE #248 NEWS
Join us every Friday for “All You Can Eat Fish” for only $6.50. Every Saturday come and enjoy steaks. Featuring 16oz. T-bone Steak dinner for $11.50. All dinners include choice of baked potato or fries, vegetable, salad, and roll.

CHURCH SERVICES
Where: Church of Christ, 3421 Thurber Ave, Waynedale
When: Sundays – 9am
Bible Study – 10am
6:30pm Services
Radio program on WGL, 1250AM, each Sunday from 7am-7:30am
Call 747-2637 for information.

GOLDEN KIWANIS
Meets every Thursday at 11:30am at Atz Ice Cream Shoppe on Tillman Road

ST. MARY’S CATHOLIC CHURCH CHAPEL
When: 6:30am-4:30pm
What: 5 days a week private prayer & meditation
Where: 442 E. Jefferson Blvd.
Mass at 8:30am
Monday – Saturday

SOUTHSIDE OPTIMIST CLUB
“Friend of Youth”
When: Tuesday from 7-8am
Where: Atz Restaurant
211 E. Tillman Road
Contact: Devon Mathias
747-5468

OVERCOMERS
OUTREACH
Who: People suffering from addictions & affected family members thru Christ-Centered 12-Step support groups
Where: South Wayne United Methodist Church
3500 South Wayne Ave.
When: Thursdays 7-8pm
More Info: 745-2933

SENIOR CLUB MEETS
Where: St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, 16931 Thiele Road
When: 1st & 3rd Wednesday of every month, 9:15am
What: Devotions, lunch and fellowship shared
Group also sews lap robes for church and community. All seniors welcome.
Call 622-4886 or 622-6837

ROLLING THUNDER
What: Rolling Thunder Meeting
Where: AMVETS Post #33
When: 3rd Sunday 3pm

EUCHRE
Where: AmVets Post 33
Where: 6620 Koester Road
When: Tuesday nights, 7pm

GARAGE SALE
Who: St. Peter’s Catholic
Where: St. Peter’s Pavilion
corner of Warsaw & DeWald
When: Thur., May 19
Fri., May 20
9am-4pm
MASTER GARDNER YOUTH PROGRAM
Where: Allen County Extension Office
4001 Crescent Ave.
When: June thru mid-July Mon, Wed & Fri mornings
Who: Young adults 7-14
For more information call the Allen County Extension Office at 481-6826 x 3.

If you can provide contact information for members of EHS Class of ’65, please call or email Dave Bolyard at 432-8323 or dbolyar@dellepro.com

CITY’S YARD WASTE RECYCLING NOW OPEN
When: 8am-6pm, Monday through Saturday, Noon-6pm on Sunday
Where: Yard Waste Recycling Facility, 6202 Lake Ave.
Cost: Biosolids are $8 per ton, less than a ton, $5
Biosolids and mulch are free if customers load it themselves
The facilities also accepts yard wastes
For more information call 749-8040

PLANT SALE
Who: Master Gardeners
Where: Allen County Extension Office, 4001 Crescent Ave.
When: Sat, May 21, 1-4pm
What: Proceeds from the sale benefit the Purdue Master Gardner volunteer program

BACKYARD BIRDING
What: Presentation by Dena Purcell of Wild Birds Unlimited
When: Wed, May 25, 2pm
Where: Kingston Residence
7515 Winchester Road
RSVP 747-1523.

WORSHIP EVENT IN DANCE
Who: The Salvation Army Church & The Three River Dance Company
What: Dance ministry
A Gate Called Beautiful
Where: Salvation Army Ministrie
2901 South Clinton Street
When: Sat, May 21 at 7pm
Sun, May 22, at 6pm
The public is invited and are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items to donate to the Salvation Army Ministries.
For more information call 632-5768.
Cost: Free

IT’S ABOUT TIME DINNER
Who: After 5 of Fort Wayne
(Affiliated with Stonecroft Ministries)
Where: Goeglein’s
7311 Maysville Road
When: Monday, May 23, 6:30-8:00pm
Feature: Phil Bayne of Phil’s Clock Shop
Speaker: Jody LaMonte, “Being Real in a Phony World”
Reservations are necessary by Wednesday, May 18
471-1780. Cost $12

SCREENTESTS
Who: Windsong Picture Productions
What: Screentests for new Windsong movies
Where: Classroom Medical Building #159, IPFW University
When: Saturday, May 14
Noon-2pm
For more information call 348-5510. Open to all ages.

WING HAVEN VOLUNTEER WORK DAY
Who: Acres Land Trust
Where: Wing Haven Nature Preserve, Steuben County, I-69 to Pokagon (exit 154), turn right (south) on SR127 and immediately left (east) onto CR 400 N. Preserve is located 1 mile on north side of 400N.
What: Work on log barn.
Cookout after the workday
For more information call 422-1004.

LITTLE RIVER WETLANDS PROJECT
What: Monthly meeting
When: First Wednesday of every month
Where: 2403 Fairoak Drive
This is for all interested people. The public is welcome and invited.

LUERS LOOT SPRING CLEANING RUMMAGE SALE
When: Saturday, June 4
8am-2pm
Bag Sale at 1pm
Where: Bishop Luers High School
333 East Paulding Road
Drop off dates are the last three Saturdays in May and Tuesday, May 31 thru Tuesday, June 2, 1-8pm.
Drop off at door on east side of building.
For large items call Mike at 639-6318.

CHOIR SUNDAY PROGRAM
Who: Calvary United Methodist Church
Adult Sanctuary Choir
What: Musical program entitled “Victory”
A compilation of Southern Gospel style songs.
Where: 6301 Winchester
When: Sun, May 22,9:30am
Steak Dinner
Following the service
$6 for adults
$3 for children
Reservations are required by Sunday, May 15
Call 747-9218

FISH & CHICKEN FRY
Who: First Christian Church
Where: Calhoun and Pettit
When: Saturday, May 21
4-7pm
Cost: Adults $7
Children $4.50
GERMAN MASS
Where: St. Peter’s Catholic Church, 518 DeWald Street
When: Sun, June 5 at 11am
What: Celebration for the start of Germanfest
Music provided by Damenchor-Mannerchor.
Food will be served at the Pavilion.

PLANT SALE
Who: Evening Primrose Garden Club
What: Annual Plant Sale
Perennials, Bulbs & Herbs
Where: Covington Plaza Shopping Center
6300 W. Jefferson Blvd.
When: Saturday, May 21 from 9am-noon

FLAG-IN CEREMONY
AT PRAIRIE GROVE
As part of the yearly memorial activity, veterans, families and children from American Legion Post #241 will be placing flags on each grave with a military notation on Saturday, May 28th at 8:30am in the Prairie Grove Cemetery, Old Trail Road. The flags are donated by the Allen County Council for Veterans. All flags will be removed after Memorial Day.

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