The Easter Bunny will be hopping down the bunny trail that leads to the Southwest Conservation Club on Saturday, April 15 for the Waynedale Annual Easter Egg Hunt. A tradition in Waynedale since 2011, the event is always both popular and well attended. Children 12 and under are invited to collect
It’s time to spring clean in Waynedale and we need your help!
Recent heavy winds that downed power lines and tree limbs earlier this month also sprayed a generous amount of trash and debris throughout our neighborhoods polluting our roadways and ditches
In preparation for the city-wide Great
“The best food yet!” That comment was overheard more than once during the 9th Annual Taste of Waynedale. With several new restaurants joining the lineup amid the favorites, there was a large variety of delicious food from which to choose.
You really could “have it all”. From Nine Mile’s Arkansas
Last summer I got to know Priscilla Miller who lives in the vicinity of Southwood Park. She was one of the women who answered the call when I was looking for quilters to fulfill the wish of a dying (now deceased) Waynedale News reader who wanted someone to complete her final two quilt projects before
Don’t worry too much if you haven’t heard, but April is National Stress Awareness Month. Of course, stress can present emotional and physical challenges to all of us, but if you belong to the “sandwich generation” – that is, you may be caring for aging parents while still supporting your
Scary, ironic, and exciting, Life takes staples of its genre and twists them with little ironies that make an old story feel new. Unlike last year’s Arrival, it champions cooperation but features an alien you would not want to come face-to-face with.
Life opens with the crew of the International
It is a great honor to represent the people of Senate District 16 in the Indiana State Senate.
Common sense Hoosier values, a strong work ethic, and a compassionate spirit combine to make our part of the state a wonderful place to live.
Each year, I survey my constituents to get their input on current
A handful of Wayne High School students got an amazing surprise for their home-grown business ideas on a recent afternoon.
At the New Tech Academy at Wayne, a combined English and Economics class of about 75 students is going through a project of starting their own businesses – all the way from conception
ARCH, in conjunction with TekVenture, is excited to announce they will be hosting a Preservation Expo on April 1, 2017 from 10a.m. – 4p.m. The Expo will be held at TekVenture, which is located at 1550 Griffin Street, in Fort Wayne, Indiana. This event will feature several demonstrators and lectures
DRIVE TO YELLOWSTONE?
Hi, I am 83, christian widower and I would like to drive my car to Yellowstone National Park to see my daughter and family around June 30. It would be nice to have a lady share the driving with me. Or I could drive. I would pay the expenses. It would take about 10 days.
As you may already know, the deadline for filing the Federal and State income taxes is Tuesday, April 18th. This is the third year in a row that taxes fall due on a day other than the traditional April 15th. You can thank Abraham Lincoln for those three extra days you have to submit your returns.
April Fools’ Day is one of the most light-hearted — and “dangerous” — days of the year. Its origins are uncertain. Some see it as a celebration related to the turn of the seasons, while others believe it stems from the adoption of a new Gregorian Calendar in 1582 by Pope Gregory
When you enter Marquart’s Custom Creations at 3418 McArthur Street, your first impression is that Mike and Frank from the show The American Pickers would be in seventh heaven. But don’t go calling Danielle just yet to invite them, because owner Marcus Marquart won’t part with any of the signs,
MARCELLA E. PALMER, 92, of Fort Wayne, passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on Wednesday, March 22, 2017. She was born on October 9, 1924 in Whitley County, a daughter of the late Lewis and Nora (Pequignot) Hine. She worked as a homemaker raising her family. She was a member of St. Therese
Her Deadly Inheritance
by Beth Ann Ziarnik
Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas, 2016
PB, 255 pages
This novel is a mystery full of twists and turns in the midst of a family feud. Windtop, an historic home passed down for generations, is desperately sought after by Jill’s tenacious Aunt Lenore.
A red fox went across our property earlier this month, before the warm weather came. There was snow on the ground, snow and ice covered our marsh. The fox came out of the woods across the road to the west, crossed a field of grass, the road in front of our house, crossed our marsh on the ice, then
Bob Roth, a Mason for 64 years, celebrated on Saturday, March 25, his unusually long years of service to Masonry. Few Masons serve as long.
Indiana Grand Master Carey Carter and Dominic Hamblin, worshipful master of Waynedale Lodge 739, presented the Award of Gold for Roth’s 50th year of service,
Our hills bask in warm sunshine today as we get a foretaste of lovely spring weather. Blue skies stretch above us with nary cloud to mar the azure surface. Plump robins (yes, the robins are back!) stroll across the yard as the temperature gets warmer and warmer; their pert little heads cocked to one
Area Catholic school students sang the National Anthem at the Komet Hockey game for the You Can Lend A Hand Program.
From left to right:
Vivienne Clark-Most Precious Blood School, Lillian Holzinger-Huntington Catholic, Leah Pranger-St. John New Haven, Olivia Wright-St. Vincent De Paul, Noelle
When: Sat., April 1
Waynedale Masonic Lodge
7039 Elzey St.
Cost: Free-Will donation
When: 2nd Sat. Each Month
Where: Southwest Conservation Club
5703 Bluffton Rd.
Add’l: Jewelry, tools, antiques,
When old Jasper Blankenship came to town from the diggings recently, we asked him over for a few days. He saw us working the home computer and asked about it, but he really seemed to be immune to its wonders.
But then my wife showed him how he could call up a certain program, tell it where he wanted
I recently joined Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation Director Al Moll to announce the 2017 summer concert lineup at Foellinger Theatre.
Since that announcement, several new acts have been added, including Barenaked Ladies, Diana Ross, Aretha Franklin and Blue Oyster Cult with Guest Mark Farner. Many
The Sons of the American (SAL) Legion Post #241 located on Bluffton Road has made a generous donation to Boy Scout Troop #344 sponsored by the local Waynedale United Methodist Church. This is the 7th year the SAL has donated to this local Boy Scout Troop.
Thanks to the SAL American Legion Post #241
CALVARY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
6301 Winchester Rd.
Fort Wayne, IN 46819
Regular Worship Times:
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WEDNESDAYS IN LENT
When: April 5 from 11:30am-1pm and 7pm
Where: Calvary United Methodist
Michael Morrissey is a writer and journalist from Fort Wayne. He attended South Side High School and Northwestern University.