If you are a baby boomer – born between 1946 and 1963 – and your parents are still alive, you may want to talk to them about an important subject: their plans for leaving a legacy. Their thoughts on the subject might vary from yours, so, to avoid misunderstandings that could lead to hurt
It’s budget time in city government as recently we announced the proposed 2007 civil city budget. We have proposed a balanced budget that features the lowest city property tax rate since 1964. The city tax rate is estimated to drop 21% from 2006. The owner of a $100,000 home would see an estimated
On August 28 and 29, a group of five Indiana state legislators traveled to Biloxi, Mississippi for the opportunity to see, first hand, the tremendous volunteer effort that has been launched by northeast Indiana faith based groups to help in the post-Katrina reconstruction of the devastated Mississippi
If you could imagine a tug of war where everyone was on one end of the rope pulling the same direction, it would be pretty easy to win. No one would end up in the middle of the mud pit (do they really do that) and everyone would share in the victory. When you have a team that works together and build
City Council is currently reviewing the proposed 2007 budget. Council can cut items from the budget but can’t add any additional expenditures. Let me know your thoughts regarding any areas where you feel the City of Fort Wayne is spending too much. For example, I’ve looked into expenses
I was asked recently, by a very good friend, “Tom, what would you say if men were asked this question: What is it to be a man?”
I believe it is to live and to be a walking, talking, living, breathing, loving, peaceful, compassionate, and forgiving human being; one who shows gratitude and
KATHY L. EDMONDSON, 46, of Fort Wayne, died Wednesday, August 30, 2006, at Parkview Hospital. Born in Fort Wayne, she was a homemaker. She worked with special needs children through the Fort Wayne Community School System and also adults through the State Development Center.
Surviving are her husband,
NOVIA ANNE MIKLOSKO, 63, of Fort Wayne, died Sunday, September 10, 2006, at her residence. Born August 23, 1943, in Turbeville, South Carolina, she was a registered nurse at St. Joseph Hospital for 41 years. She was a member of First Baptist Church, Turbe-ville, S.C.
Surviving are her husband, Paul
INDIANA’S FALL TURKEY SEASON begins OCTOBER 1-22
Archery equipment can be used the entire season. Firearms will be allowed from October 18 to October 22. New this fall the addition of all or portions of 13 counties to the fall turkey-hunting range for hunting with archery equipment.
Wetland Birds Slideshow – September 21, 7 p.m.
Northern Pintail, Buffleheads, Spotted Sandpipers, and more! Join Paul McAfee, expert Birder and Photographer, as he shares his bird photos and explains the general life histories of many wetland birds. Registration is required. Please call
Abe Shelley, grandson of Waynedale resident, Marceille Shelley, bagged five medals, including two golds, in the Junior World Skeet Shooting Championships at the National Shooting Complex in San Antonio, Texas.
Shelley, 14, participated in the Sub-Junior Competition. The event consisted of shooting
Editors Note: The Waynedale News receives an abundance of press releases and articles for each issue. Information that has a focus on Waynedale is given the highest priority. We try to evaluate all submissions on a timely basis.
ALLEN COUNTY PARKS
What: Breakfast with the Birds-East meets
Until the 1800s, Americans considered tomatoes a poisonous fruit, either rarely eaten or boiled for hours to destroy its “toxins.” In traditional nutrition, tomatoes are wimps, providing us with a little vitamin C and a smidgen of beta carotene.
But according to an article brought in by
R J ‘s Auto Service offers auto tune-ups and brake repair for most makes and models. 20 years experience. References available.
By appointment only.
trailer for sale
7′ x 14′ tandem axle trailer. All steel with electric brakes.
It’s the summer of 1976, and the city of Philadelphia has little to be happy about. Corporate downsizing and citywide cutbacks have left scores of blue collar workers on the picket lines or jobless altogether. Desperation is everywhere as worker after worker is laid off with no hope of finding
THE HUMAN EXPERIMENT
I still haven’t found the journal in which is kept all my sentiments (and emotions) about the experiment. But I will find it eventually. This will assist me in being more specific. I have decided to change some of the names of the people involved for personal and
Approaching autumn is laying a soft hand upon our hills, leaving subtle imprints wherever she goes. The trees are taking on a yellowish cast as their leaves began to change from the brilliant green of summer. Here and there a red maple tree dazzles the eye with bright crimson
The days are growing shorter,
Another summer almost gone, and the Indiana State Fair has come to an end for another year. The Indiana State Fair celebrated its 150th birthday this year and I attended for the first time. As some of you may remember I grew up on a farm in Wisconsin. We raised pigs, beef cattle, and horses. I was
Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation and McMillen Ice Arena are proud to announce a new equipment checkout program for beginner hockey players. Players can now borrow their hockey equipment for the Initiation Hockey and Head Start Hockey programs.
Nearly 90 sets of hockey equipment will be made available
Gathering in the Michael’s Craft Store classroom, the Three Rivers Crochet Guild meets the second Monday of every month.
“We’re not too structured…” said member, Joan Botas, “we just enjoy each others company.”
This free organization welcomes all levels, from
NEWS FROM TROOP 38
Walt Pressler, former President of Portage Creek Camp Association (Chartered Organization for BSA Troop 44) and also Committee Chairman for that troop) has joined Troop 38 sponsored by Calvary United Methodist Church, 6301 Winchester Road as an Assistant Scoutmaster.
“Leaflets of three, let it be” is the saying that should be imbedded in your minds and in the minds of your children. IT IS POISON IVY.
Leaflets may be dull or glossy, smooth, toothed or lobed and any number of colors from red to green to yellow then orange in the fall. Poison ivy
This week, Did You Know is excerpted from a South Bend History professor’s book, Changed by Grace: After John Locke’s (father of modern psychology) atheistic arguments against Traditional Christian theology it became unbelievable for many people. If we could in fact have no direct knowledge
This week, “Here’s To Your Health” is a continuation of Keith L’s story:
At Ernie, the attorney’s treatment house, they sent us to A.A. meetings and early on, one of the old men said to me, “Do you relate to these speakers?” I said, “No, they’re