Chris Reusser–flying $7m aircraft by remote control

My son, Christopher, was home for Thanksgiving. During his visit, he spoke to 250 people at Bluffton Middle School, including the entire 7th and 8th grades, about his career as a pilot with the Air Force. Chris is a graduate of the US Air Force Academy and a First Lieutenant. Currently, he flies remotely powered... Continue Reading →

Terri Worden, dedicated teacher and tour guide

For 35 years Terri Worden has inspired students to succeed in athletics and academics. I applaud her for persevering through the decades of change that have occurred with students and education standards. ** You might say Terri Worden is a homebody. Except for fours years of living as a college student at the University of... Continue Reading →

Knives, Forks, and Spoons –Which One are You?

As a Christian, I believe in sharing my faith. Each Sunday a devotion will be posted here to help communicate God's love for each of us. ** "Now in Joppa there was a certain disciple named Tabitha (which translated in Greek is called Dorcas); this woman was abounding with deeds of kindness and charity, which she... Continue Reading →

Helen Blackledge–WWII survivor; esteemed Hoosier educator

Helen Blackledge, 103, of Fort Wayne has had some difficult times in her life— things that most of us will probably never have to endure. Yet, she has never given in to discouragement or the wonder of waking up each day. Helen Blackledge was born on August 24, 1907, in Allen County. She grew up... Continue Reading →

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