On Thursday November 10th 2011, The Waynedale News’ own Account Executive Scott Warren volunteered to read to students at Maplewood Elementary for the “Real Men Read” program initiated by Big Brother Big Sisters.
Oh no! Not in Fort Wayne. Baseball was the highlight of the evening on Friday, November 11, 2011 at the Classic Café Event Center where several people associated with the sport were honored. Over a hundred baseball enthusiasts were in attendance at the Northeast Indiana Baseball Association banquet,
Interestingly, just after seeing Margin Call, which I reviewed in the last issue, I saw another movie in which the bad guy is a Wall Street broker. In Tower Heist, however, the story is more of a disorganized version of Robin Hood than an honest character study of greed and questionable motives.
NO SHORTAGE OF ISSUES FOR LEGISLATORS TO DISCUSS AS ANOTHER ‘SHORT’ SESSION OF GENERAL ASSEMBLY NEARS
When it first happened, Ed Whitcomb was governor, Market Square Arena was under construction in Indianapolis and the Colts were an NFL team that played in Baltimore.
The year was 1972, and
It’s Thanksgiving week. And if you’re fortunate, you can look around your Thanksgiving table and see several generations of your family. Of course, as you know, many types of cohesiveness are involved in knitting a family together. But one connection that frequently gets ignored, at least
Helping clients obtain employment continues to be our ultimate goal at the Wayne Township Trustee’s Office. So far this year, we have assisted in getting over 100 jobs for clients and expect that number to be much higher by the end of the year.
We have several ways we work with clients to help
A man went to his rabbi and complained, “There are ten of us living in one room. Life is unbearable! What can I do?” The rabbi answered, “Go home and take your goat into the room with you.” The man was incredulous; but the rabbi was insistent. “Do as I say. Come back
CARL A. SLUSHER, SR., age 76, of Tyler, formerly of Fort Wayne, Indiana, passed away in the mid-afternoon hours of Thursday, November 3, 2011 at East Texas Medical Center in Tyler. He was born on August 21, 1935 in Fort Wayne to Wiley and Elinor Jane Folwer Slusher; they preceded him in death. After
This is the fourth of five parts to the story that completes the mystery of the Moai statue found on Lower Huntington Road in Waynedale.
The next day I stopped at the concrete company and measured the wheel base of a concrete truck to make sure the ties were long enough to accommodate the width of
The Headwaters Park Outdoor Ice Skating Rink will open on Friday, November 18, for its ninth season with a skating show performed by the Fort Wayne Ice Skating Club. The show will be performed at 7 PM. The rink will open to the public after the 7:00 show.
The Lincoln Financial Group is again the corporate
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FABRIC AND FRIENDS FIRST BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
I heard about it for months.
“Have you seen the new quilt shop in Roanoke?”
“It has a man-cave.”
“The fabric selection is huge.”
Even my non-quilting friends were raving about the place.
It’s not that Roanoke is so far
Thanksgiving Day is almost here, and I’ve been thinking of your many blessings. It’s just not on this day that I remember how you daily load us with benefits, but every day of my life. I thank you for them.
The first thing I think of is your forgiveness. Mercy and forgiveness
Jini, Aura and Enzo climbed into Jini’s dinghy. Aura started the motor and Enzo cast off the painter-they were headed for the fish boil. The brilliant Caribbean sun was low on the azure horizon and the ocean was like glass as Aura pointed the bow towards shore. Soon the trio was hiking up the
You don’t have to be a turkey to gobble.
On Thanksgiving Day
We count our blessings,
Then stuff our faces,
With turkey and dressings.
Pass me please,
The candied yams,
The ruby red cranberries,
And honey baked ham.
Next, the mashed potatoes,
They’ll fill my plate,
Quick pass the gravy,
“WHO DONE IT” – Students at Wayne High School performing the Western drama, “Who Done It.” The play was held at Wayne Auditorium last weekend on November 11 & 12, 2011. The drama club also held a fundraiser to support future endeavors.
Steve slowly saddled his horse, Old Snort, and climbed stiffly aboard in the cold snap of morning. He pulled his hat down a little lower and pulled the wild rag up to cover his nose and mouth from the morning chill.
How many mornings had he done this?
As Snort trotted out into the meadows of the hills
Most of our daily activities work against good posture. We spend large portions of our days sitting in an uncomfortable chair, peering at a computer terminal. Muscles tighten and joints get stiff as we make our way through our daily tasks and responsibilities. Neck muscles, lower back muscles, thigh
This week’s HTYH is a continuation of Cindy’s story: After I started drinking alcoholically, I went down hill really fast. I was no longer that kid with great expectations, hopes and dreams who bounced back from bad nights—everything turned dark and I was miserable. When I arrived around
The 2nd Annual “Deliver a TON of Food” project is currently underway at Brooks Construction, 6526 Ardmore Avenue.
The public is welcome to contribute non-perishable food items from 8am to 4pm Monday through Friday. Delivery of the collected food to the Community Harvest Food Bank will be
Thanksgiving is much more than a big meal with family and friends. It’s a time to reflect on, and be thankful for, all of the good things you have. Even with all of the uncertainty and turmoil in the world, you have so much to be thankful for. It’s important to be grateful, not just on