Proceeds from jumping into the university’s lake will go to help children who have suffered injuries from a burn go to camp.
One hundred percent of the funds raised from ‘Bowl for Kids’ Sake’ go to help create mentoring relationships.
The organization, Heather’s Closet, started after an Indianapolis girl was murdered by her boyfriend in 2007.
The fire spread from one home to a neighbor’s house. It damaged the homes, a garage and a shed.
Former IPFW Chancellor Michael Wartell was forced to retire in 2011 at age 65 under a mandatory retirement age policy.
Since the event started eight years ago, IPFW athletes have raised more than $5,000 for breast cancer research.
Hops and Harvest, a brewing and organic garden supply company offers classes once a month.
The two day event goes from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
The Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics Indiana is the organization’s signature fundraiser.
Residents can get a taste of spring at the 42nd annual Fort Wayne Home and Garden Show February 26-March 1 at the Memorial Coliseum.
The incident took place Friday afternoon in Butler, Indiana.
Fort Wayne Housing Authority receives three million dollars to make its more than 800 properties energy efficient.