I remember when I first set up my Facebook account. The site was still pretty new. It was before the newsfeed, before the “like” button, and before site creator Mark Zuckerberg was under pretty continual scrutiny for privacy and property debates. The Social Network, written by Aaron Sorkin
Just as the squirrels are preparing for the winter months ahead, so are the ladies of Waynedale United Methodist Church, preparing for their annual Church Street Corner Bazaar. The Bazaar will be held on Saturday, November 6 from 9:00am until 2:00pm at the church located at 2501 Church St. There will
The University of Saint Francis will host “Stories from the Street,” a program by Chicago-based Emmaus Ministries, on Thursday, October 28. Free and open to the public, the performance will be at 6:30 p.m. in Gunderson Auditorium, Achatz Hall, on the University of Saint Francis campus. The acoustic
Avoid negative sources, people, things, and habits.
Believe in yourself.
Consider things from every angle.
Don’t give up and don’t give in.
Enjoy life today, yesterday is gone and tomorrow may never come.
Family and Friends are hidden treasures. Seek them and enjoy their riches.
Give more than you planned
Ooooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhhh I just have to tell you, Wayne and I got the urge the other night to have some Hot Sex with our popcorn/TV watching ritual. It was Thursday night you know and the Big Bang Theory was on and we just love it to pieces and enjoy watching it so much. The last time we made a
NATIONAL REPORT: INDIANA AMONG STATES EXPECTED TO SEE ECONOMIC GROWTH
State Still Has Long Way To Go To Reach
by State Sen. David Long (R-Fort Wayne)
Indiana is among states expected to see revenues grow during the current fiscal year, according to a new survey by the National Conference
MAYOR REQUESTS COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT IN EFFORT TO REPLACE NEEDED TREES
Fort Wayne has a great many treasures we take for granted. Some, like our three rivers, we see almost every day. Others, such as our fabulous arts community, we remember when we take in a show, see a new exhibit, or read the
As you navigate the financial world, you’ll most likely deal with a wide array of investment choices, constantly changing tax laws, estate-planning issues and other areas. And then, to make things even more complex, you’ll have to consider your own risk tolerance, time horizon and individual goals.
When I was growing up in Fort Wayne, my family taught me the importance of hard work, as well as the importance of getting an education. Today, in my position as Wayne Township Trustee, I make every effort to impress upon our clients those same principles.
My great-great uncles migrated to Fort Wayne
OH MY EMPTY POCKETS
On laundry day recently, my wife Jane asked me if I was sure I had cleaned out my pockets prior to putting my clothes in the laundry basket.
I assured her that indeed I had.
She said, “Then whatever I find is mine to keep, right?”
I insisted that she wouldn’t find anything, and
People must learn how to find a core of true peace and calm inside, and then discover where to find it outside their minds as well. All of these things have to do with personal values and require us to drive down far below the surface intellectual level into the deeper levels of feeling and imagery
THE WAYNEDALE AREA
October Calendar – 23rd – University of Scouting at IPFW. Join us for a fun filled Saturday and get trained!
ANNOUNCEMENT: Earl Kumfer has stepped down as District Commissioner to concentrate on his family and some new responsibilities
Festival of Freezing Moon, Summit Lake State Park, October 22-23
The fourth annual Festival of the Freezing Moon will be held at Summit Lake State Park, October 22-23. This year’s festival features the annual Campsite Decorating Contest, Chili Cook-Off, and Pumpkin Carving contests. Pumpkins will
There is a part of the deer that is sometimes neglected, trashed, given to the neighbors, or to the dogs. I consider it one of the better parts of a deer and I hate to see anyone just throw it away. No, it isn’t the tongue, the kidneys, the liver, or the testicles; it’s the rib cage.
A house was just put up for sale and a man in a car was driving by when he spotted the sign. He stopped, backed up, parked his car and got out. He walked around the house and got ready to get back in his car when he spotted an elderly gentleman sitting on the porch of the house just next door.
LEARNING TO COOK OUTSIDE
To learn to cook outside, first learn to cook inside. I know; I know; you want to go right outside, build a fire or fire up the ol’ charcoal grill and get to cookin’ something exotic. Well it isn’t that simple but then again, maybe it is if you do some comparison. We’ll
Gloomy days dampen the spirits.
This past Sunday at St. Peter’s, attendance was rather sparse when Mass began. A minute or two later, my son Jimmie, and his wife Katie, came in and sat next to me. Whispering in Jimmie’s ear I said, “I just prayed to God to send over some more
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Halloween is in the air!
As leaves blaze and crisp air acts as a harbinger of the cold dark days ahead young and old hearts turn to the joys found in autumn days. There is however one small segment of the population who fears this time of year more than any other. I clipped a newspaper article about
Yellow leaves are falling in the slow-moving creek while yellow-eyed wild asters peer over the bank as if watching them float lazily along. Their long blue eyelashes reflect the blue of October’s sky, while the golden rays of the sun fall upon the autumn scene. Although the foliage has not reached
Dave (everybody called him Shark boy) was supposed to keep the barnacles cleaned off the bottom of his dad’s boat, but Hurricane Earl’s onslaught at the end of August, followed by one tropical storm after another, and then long periods of generally heavy seas, had kept him from taking on the task.
To look at Herb Collins, you wouldn’t think he was like that. A nicer, kinder guy you never met. But for one evening each year … one little slice of time … he’s downright diabolical.
Every small town has one, of course. There is always that one person who takes Halloween to its extremes of
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She registered for the audition and the whole family went to hear her play. She chose the concerto that she loved so much. She was somewhat nervous but her fingers seemed to glide over the keyboard. The judges made their decisions and it was unanimous. Heidi had won the competition.