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Eel River raises money for cancer research in honor of staff member

Brad Zernby Ryan Schwab
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FORT WAYNE - Eel River Elementary School had some fun and raised awareness for two different causes on Friday afternoon.
One cause affects a staff member of their own school.
In a one day money drive, the students at Eel River raised over $200 for the family of school Librarian Jodi Jovevski, whose daughter Emily has been diagnosed with cancer.

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Byron Health Center enters video contest to benefit Francine's Friends

pink gloveby Tamara Lyons
Features Editor

FORT WAYNE – Employees at the Byron Health Center and the Breast Diagnostic Center had a lot of fun making a 90-second dance video to the song “Happy” but they will be really ecstatic if their production wins Francine’s Friends Mobile Mammography a $10,000 donation.

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NACS enrollment tops 7,000

by Tamara Lyons
Features Editor

FORT WAYNE – Northwest Allen County Schools added an estimated 170 students this school year bringing the total enrollment to about 7,016.
Friday was Count Day for Indiana schools but it will take about two weeks for the numbers to be finalized.
The early numbers show the Carroll High School student body grew by 48 students to 2,140. Most of the other schools in the district also increased enrollments.

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