Margaret Clawson, down at the Rest of Your Life convalescent home, can’t help it, really. You see she’s a pony mom. Her teenage daughters have horses, and she’s busy hauling the girls
Ohhhhhhhhhhhh- hhhhh I just have to tell you I got a fan letter recently or should I say a non-fan e-mail? It seems I’ve offended a certain person who says she represents all of Waynedale in telling
In previous reviews I have explained my love of terrible movies. Sometimes nothing is more fun than watching a bad romantic comedy or a poorly written action movie. Other times, however, a bad movie
Last month we talked about the “Bucket List” and our hearty congratulations go out to Jonathan Norton, winner of two free tickets to the Taste of Waynedale, for his bucket list entry.
Good morning! And yes it is, because I’m centered in my heart and grateful to The Creator for this day. I will rejoice and be glad in it.
Please, don’t you dare tell me I can’t pray
VESTER RAY PITMAN, 72, passed away Tuesday, March 15, 2011 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Mr. Pitman was born in Rosiclare, Illinois on May 6, 1938 to the late William and Vivian (Oatley) Pitman. He was an
REV. JOHN FREDERIC RECKS, 75, passed away on Thursday, March 17, 2011 at Hospice Home, Fort Wayne. He was born September 29, 1935 in Wellston, Oklahoma to the late Ewald R. and Mildred M. (Walker) Recks.
ANDREW P GUMBERT, 27, of Fort Wayne, was welcomed into the loving arms of our Lord and Savior on March 8, 2011 after an inspiring battle with cancer. Andy was an amazing husband, loving son, caring
We recently removed the thermo-blankets from our perennials that were in storage for the winter season and discovered that the roses still showed plenty of life. They also showed signs of death as well.
Outdoor Indiana magazine springs up
The March-April issue readies you for spring with a guide to wildflowers. Check out the “Seven Heavenly Inns” feature to help decide which state park inns
WHATCHA CALL IT STEW
This is a stew/soup that lets you the cook be creative BUT don’t over do it with the being creative part. Here’s why and it’s a rule to cook by: Don’t mix
SCOUTMASTER/ASST. SCOUTMASTER TRAINING
(For registered BSA Adult Leaders)
WHO: Anthony Wayne Area Council
WHAT TO BRING: Scouting Sprit, a desire to learn, and willingness to have fun.
In the Boy Scout manual they show a few different fires that you can build depending on the need at hand. There’s the log cabin fire, V-fire, the trench fire, the tee pee fire,
SENATE GOES TO WORK TO ‘SALVAGE SESSION’
Sen. Kenley begins budget hearings, includes all lawmakers who didn’t “cut and run”
While Democrats in the Indiana House of Representatives
CONNECTING FORT WAYNE-TRAILS, BIKE LANES AND SIDEWALKS PLANNED FOR WAYNEDALE
As the City’s system of bike paths and trails keeps expanding, I want to assure Waynedale residents that we do have
It’s spring — time to clean out the gutters, tune up the lawnmower and wash down the windows. But as you attend to these types of tasks around your home, why not take the time to do some financial
I know how hard it is to quit smoking because I have been there. I quit smoking more than once before I finally was able to quit for good several years ago. Many of our clients at Wayne Township still
Editors Note: The Community Calendar is a free announcement service for non-profit and not-for-profit organizations’ events. Although this is a free service provided please consider a $5 to $10
Wheel of Fortune!
Long before it was the name of a game show, Wheel of Fortune was the name of a popular quilt block. Barbara Brackman’s Encyclopedia of Pieced Quilt Patterns illustrates fifteen
And then it was December 7, 1941. My brothers, cousins and many friends were drafted and fought in Europe and South Pacific. We lost a wonderfully loveable young neighbor in Germany. He was almost part
Dave (everybody called him Shark Boy) could hardly wait to see Jesse—he thought the final bell was never going to ring at school. He wanted to be on board when they did the shake down run on Jesse’s
Part II of IV
Now it was Captain Hollyo’s turn to have something strange happen. And boy, was it strange! She was walking toward Hannaho on the beach when she saw a pretty pink flower growing in