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Cedar Canyon raises $5,627 for breast cancer research

Linda VernascoBY TAMARA LYONS

FORT WAYNE – Cedar Canyon Elementary School head custodian Tim Berdelman’s plan to sway students to donate their loose change to have one of his co-workers dunked instead of himself backfired.
Berdelman, second grade teacher Chris Dodane and nurse Betsy Bloom participated in the Jar Wars last week to raise money for the American Cancer Society, in honor of kindergarten teacher Linda Vernasco, who is undergoing treatment for breast cancer.

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Three running for NACS at-large seats

BY TAMARA LYONS

FORT WAYNE – There are now only three candidates officially running to fill two at-large seats on the Northwest Allen County Schools Board.
Incumbents Ron Felger and Mary Wysong will join Elizabeth Hathaway on the Nov. 4 ballot. Voters will vote for two at-large candidates and the two receiving the highest numbers of votes will be on the board.

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Council approves pay for Utility Board

BY RYAN SCHWAB
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HUNTERTOWN – The Huntertown town council voted to pay members of the Huntertown utility service board, both current and future, on Monday night.
Current board members, who were appointed to the board knowing there was no pay, will be retroactively paid $1,200 – $100 a month – for their work in 2014.
Starting in 2015, board members will make $300 a month.

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