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Merry and Bright

Merry & Bright

6 Ways to Celebrate MLK Day in Fort Wayne

On June 5, 1963, an interracial crowd overflowed what is now the University of SaintFrancis Performing Arts Center in downtown Fort Wayne, and waited anxiously for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to take the podium. His visit to our city was faced with plenty of adversity, as were many other facets of the Civil Rights Movement, yet Fort Wayne activists kept on fighting…

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Meet Fort Wayne: Creating an Engaging Millennial Experience

Millennials. You've heard of them, and have more than likely encountered one or two in your family or the workplace. To some, the term "Millennial" simply highlights a generation of people, but to others even saying the word "Millennial" is enough to elicit panic. There are a lot of misconceptions and unknown about this generation that is taking the world by storm…

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Thanks-for-Giving: Volunteer Opportunities

Turkey stuffing and pumpkin pie-making aside, Thanksgiving is a great time to lend a hand and give back to the community. There are several opportunities throughout Fort Wayne for individuals and families to get into the charitable spirit Thanksgiving Day and in the days leading up to it, and…

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