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A huge bonfire was lit last year at Pinestock Festival. The festival celebrates local and regional bands. (Photo courtesy of Evan Perigo)
Music-festival aficionados understand the plight of the summer festival season: Hundreds of dollars are spent on tickets, thousands of miles are traveled, venues are crowded and $10 can barely buy one bottle of water.
• Beers Mallers Backs & Salin LLP announces that W. Wayne Walston, Warsaw, has been honored among Best Lawyers of America for 2015 for elder law.      More..
Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana and Boudoir Noir in Fort Wayne are partnering to offer a new class for couples and individuals impacted by cancer. Discussion will focus on how cancer treatments can affect sexual intimacy and ways to lovingly communicate and improve physical intimacy. Gail Hamm, left, a certified oncology social worker at Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana, and Jen Fecher, an educator with Boudoir Noir's School of Loving Arts, will facilitate the free class. (By Jennifer L. Boen for The News-Sentinel)
Since 1944, Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana, initially called the Allen County Cancer Society, has been helping improve the quality of life for individuals with cancer and their loved ones.      More..
• C3 (Citizens Committed to the Constitution) of Wabash County Meeting will be 7 p.m. Sept. 8 at Bachelor Creek, 2147 N. Indiana 15, Wabash. Speaker will be Rob Pearson, CEO, Wabash County REMC.      More..
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