If you enjoy walking the trails of Fort Wayne’s Greenways and tidying up a bit, you could become a Greenway Ranger.
Positively Me is a program that focuses on helping children build positive self-images and embrace diversity.
MindCap uses activities, worksheets, puzzles and games to help people re-engage their brain and grow brain cells. It’s based on a program that originated overseas.
The Amnesty and Deliverance Festival, which gves away free clothing, school supplies and hair cuts, will be called the Summit City Community Festival in an effort to appeal to more people.
The program encourages Fort Wayne police officers to spend time with kids at the Fort Wayne Boys & Girls Club so children can get to know the people behind the badges and feel comfortable around them.
Fort Wayne dancer Ashley Porter, who suffers from Asperger’s and is hearing impaired, will participate in her 10th special ballroom competition.
A group of teenagers and adult mentors work to make sure elementary students in Allen County don’t slack up on their reading during the summer. Team Read is a program that has been offered by the Allen County Public Library for the last ten years.
A middle school baking camp held at Ivy Tech Community College teaches students how to bake biscuits, cream pies, cheesecakes and other dishes while learning about food preparation and safety.
Sharon Smith, a volunteer at the Fort Wayne Civic Theatre, is sewing costumes for the Civic’s upcoming production Beauty and the Beast.
Jack and Eva White are two of about 500 volunteers who work to put on the Three Rivers Festival every year.
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A long time volunteer at the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo is part of a team that has logged more than 34,000 volunteer hours.