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Decatur: Saturday, July 4 at Dusk at Riverside park
Geneva: Saturday, July 4, at Dusk Amishville Campgrounds
Fort Wayne: Friday, July 3, at Dusk at Parkview Field
Fort Wayne: Saturday, July 4, at 10:00pm at Indiana Michigan Power Center- One Summit Square
Leo-Cedarville: Saturday, July 4, at Dusk at Riverside Gardens
Hartford City: Saturday, July 4, at 10:00pm at Wildwood Outdoor Escape, just north of Hartford City
Defiance: Friday, July 3, at Dusk at Kingsbury Park
Hamilton: Friday, July 3rd at Dusk on Wayne Street
Garrett: Saturday, July 4th, at 10:00pm at Garrett High School
Auburn, Sunday July 5, 10 pm at Auctions America, County Road 11A
Marion: Friday, July 3, at Dusk at Ballard Field
Gas City: Saturday, July 4, at 10:00pm at Beaner Linn Park
Fairmount: Friday, July 3, at Dusk at Playacres Park
Huntington: Saturday, July 4, at Dusk at Kriegbaum Field
Warren: Sunday, July 5, at Dusk at Tower Park
Portland: Saturday, July 4 at Dusk at Jay County Fairgrounds
Warsaw: Saturday, July 4, at Dusk at Winona Lake and Saturday, July 4, at Dusk over Lake Chapman
Nappanee: Saturday, July 4, at 10:00pm at Stauffer Park
Syracuse Lake: Friday, July 3, at dusk at Lakeside Park
Lake Wawasee: Saturday July 4th, at dusk
Webster Lake: Friday, July 3rd at dusk
Chapman Lake: Saturday, July 4th, at dusk
Lake Tippecanoe: Saturday, July 4th, at 10:30pm
Topeka: Saturday, July 4 at 10:00pm at East Park
Kendallville: Saturday, July 4 at Dusk at Bixler Lake
Rome City: Saturday, July 4th at dusk at Sylvan Lake
Albion: Friday, July 3, at Dusk at Central Noble High School Campus
Angola: Saturday, July 4th at dusk at Commons Park
Lake James: Saturday, July 4th at dusk over Lake James
Van Wert: Saturday, July 4, at Dusk at Van Wert High School
North Manchester: Saturday, July 4, at 10:00pm at Manchester University
Roann: Friday, July 3 at Dusk at The Ball Field
Wabash: Saturday, July 4 at 10:15 at Field of Dreams
Bluffton: Saturday, July 4, at 10:00pm at Bluffton-Harrison Middle School
Columbia City: Friday, July 3, at 10:00pm at Morsches Park
Your story is an invaluable part of our story!
856 voices create 1 story for Northeast Indiana
The Our Story Project, spearheaded by the Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership, discovered the unified voice for Northeast Indiana. Through consensus-driven workshops in all ten counties and an online version of the workshop, the project focused on defining the human personality of the region and then how to communicate that personality authentically.
- The region knows who it is regardless of where you live.
- The region knows who it’s not.
- The region wants to be bigger, bolder, and more assertive.
- Societal change is needed for a lasting legacy.
- The region has a compelling cause.
1. Time-Honored American Strength
As a region, we represent the best of what it truly means to be American. Since 1794, our tenacious drive to succeed is matched only by our unwavering resolve and strength.
2. Spirit of Collaboration
As a region, we know that the contribution of many trumps the success of the individual every time. We value our sense of team and family, creating partnerships and uniting for the common good.
3. Progressive Leadership
The pride and confidence of our region is rooted in our constant determination and creative ability to adapt. As leaders, we move forward despite opposition, to persevere and advance our community.
4. Uphold and Embrace
We endeavor to progress while respecting our heritage. Likewise, we aspire to leave a legacy for future generations, by strengthening our community through a spirit of inclusiveness.
5. Big-Hearted Hospitality
As a region, our friendliness and hospitality are a guiding force for how visitors perceive us. We welcome visitors with an easy-going smile and a welcoming hand.
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Interested in participating in an Our Story Project training workshop? Let us know!
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Andy Grammer came back to visit and kick off his 2014 Tour with 95.1 BEST-FM at Jefferson Pointe!
Scroll down to see performance videos… event pictures… and the MEET-N-GREET photos!
Andy Grammer performs “Keep Your Head Up”!
Andy Grammer performs “Back Home”!
Here are some of the pictures…
Check out the Meet-N-Greet photos with Andy Grammer…
Here is a list of upcoming concerts:
July 2nd, 2015 Ed Sheeran w/ Rixton at Klipsch Music Center in Noblesville
July 7th, 2015 Meghan Trainor at Common Ground Festival in Lansing, MI
July 9th, 2015 The Band Perry at Common Ground Festival in Lansing, MI
July 17-18th, 2015 Dave Matthews Band at Klipsch Music Center in Noblesville
July 31st, 2015 ONE DIRECTION at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis
August 1st, 2015 Kid Rock with Foreigner at Klipsch Music Center in Noblesville
These puppies are so CUTE!
We’ve teamed up with Hope For Animals Spay/Neuter Clinic to help showcase animals from area rescues and shelters that need a fur-ever home!
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Schedule your appointment now: 260-420-7729!
Watch and share these videos… maybe you’ll even find that you want to add one to YOUR family!
This week, meet “Coco” from the Allen County SPCA:
Want to adopt “Coco” or another dog from the Allen County SPCA? Click HERE to find out more!
BEST FM 95.1 WAJI and HOPE FOR ANIMALS presents Ask A Vet. Each week we will select a question asked by you and get advice from a local veterinarian.
This week, we were asked: What do we look for to see if our pet has had a vaccine reaction?
Swollen face and eyelids, breathing hard, not eating, vomiting, lethargic, fever, swollen on the injection site. Yelping and poor appetite is common for small breed dogs due to pain. Always ask the vet if you have any questions or concerns
Previous, we asked:
How long does it take for the Bordatella vaccine to take effect?
Answer: Give it at least two weeks prior to boarding or grooming your dog.