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  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Brett Johnson, 13, rides the ponies while at the TinCaps game Wednesday afternoon with St Joseph's School, of Decatur.

  • Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette Reinaldo Ilarraza of the TinCaps is caught trying to steal second as Eric Mrinez of Beloit covers the base, second inning at Parkview Field, Thursday.

  • Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette Petra Garcia Cardoso ties a pink ribbon around a utility pole Monday morning in front of the Allen County Courthouse. Turn the Town Pink is an annual effort to raise awareness and funds to help combat breast cancer through research. The placing of pink ribbons adorned with the names of honorees throughout the city is just one of multiple activities leading up to the 24th annual Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer Classic, June 3 – 5.

  • Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette Gabrielle McAfee of Columbia City, tries to choose kimono patterns Sunday at the annual Cherry Blossom festival at the downtown Allen County Public Library.

  • Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette Rescue workers at the scene where a traffic accident caused a Fort Wayne Community Schools bus to run into a home Monday morning on Broadway. There were no injuries.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Gus Ladowski, 18 months old, picks up "helicopters" Tuesday morning while playing at Foster Park.

  • Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette Komet goalie Pat Nagle goes over Alden Hirschfeld of Toledo to make a save, third period at Memorial Coliseum, Friday. Top is Komet Mike Cazzola.

  • Rachel Von | The Journal Gazette Soarin' Hawks' Ruth Guerin, left, shows off a chick to Yisrael Mondrigon, 8, while other guests take photos during The Banding of the Peregrine Falcon Chicks event Friday at Indiana Michigan Power Center in Fort Wayne.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette TinCaps' Nate Easley hits a ground ball in the second inning of Wednesday's game against Wisconsin at Parkview Field.

  • Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette Wayne's Craig Young wings his way to a win in the 100 meter dash Saturday at the SAC track and field meet.

  • Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette Home plate umpire Jhonatan Biarreta watches as Eguy Rosario of the TinCaps reacts to getting hit by a pitch from Wisconsin's Trey Supak, second inning at Parkview Field, Tuesday. Rosario stayed in the game and stole second base.

  • Rachel Von | The Journal Gazette Animal-Grams' owner Joni Cripe feeds "Purpose," a baby piglet during the Fiber Arts Celebration Friday at Salomon Farm Park. The event included hands-on participation, the making of natural fiber products, live music, a petting zoo, and much more and continues from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 13. VIDEO AND GALLERY

  • Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette Komet Jamie Schaafsma celebrates his goal against Toledo during the first period Friday at Memorial Coliseum.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Douglas Holland, with Blue Jacket, supervisor over Janitorial and Engineering at the Embassy Theater, cleans the windows Tuesday morning.

  • Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette Cancer survivor Sandy Otenweller, left, and her daughter Vicki Tatman, currently fighting cancer, make their way around the track Saturday at the Relay For Life in support of the American Cancer Society at Carroll Middle School. More than 700 people pre-registered for the event, many participating in teams competing in various games in addition to the walking. About $45,000 was raised for research and support for cancer patients, survivors and their families.

  • Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette San Diego Padre legend Trevor Hoffman, left, cautions Brady Reed, 7, to watch out for foul balls during the game before the TinCaps game at Parkview Field, Thursday. Hoffman was on hand to sign autographs for hundreds of fans. At right is TinCaps president Mike Nutter.

  • Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette Rubye Warren, 11, attaches a protective cover on a power line, with help from Nobe Jones, an I&M training specialist, Thursday at the AEP training facility. The line was dead. Fifteen girls from the Boys & Girls Club attended a field trip to learn about electricity, safety and careers as a lineman.

  • Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette "Dumpster" Doug Laughlin of The Dumpster Drummers entertains kids at Adams Elementary, Wednesday. The Dumpster Drummers visit schools to teach students about the importance of recycling and environmental conservation by beating on trash cans and explaining what can and cannot be recycled. VIDEO

  • Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette TinCaps first base coach Jhonny Carvajal, left, greets Rod Boykin as he rounds the bases after hitting a leadoff home run against Beloit, second inning at Parkview Field, Thursday.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Nancy Caywood holds the sides of a birdhouse for Kedrin Pagan, a 4th grader from Forest Park, as he drives in the screws Thursday morning at FWCS' Construction Trades building.

  • Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette Crestville Elementary School, Convoy, Ohio, first grader in Courtney Barna's class, Owen Hicks, studies a common morpho butterfly Tuesday at the Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory's butterfly exhibit. "Perspectives" Live Butterfly Display, runs through June 25th.

  • Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette Indiana Village Elementary School gym teacher Ryan Keirns returns the ball while demonstrating pickleball to students Tuesday. Josh and Zack Grubbs of Pickleball Rocks visited Indian Village Elementary School to teach the students a sport they might want to play.

  • Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette Rob Schwiebert pauses his ride through Foster Park to photograph the St. Mary's River flooding the Greenway, Friday.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Lieutenant Matt Enyeart, left, and Officer Jon Bonar, right, carry a memorial wreath Friday morning at the annual Police Officer Memorial Ceremony.

  • Rachel Von | The Journal Gazette Cerenity Adams, 11, is all smiles as she watches a group of alpacas run by her while she cleans up their waste in the Gentleman Jack's Alpaca Ranch pen Friday during the Fiber Arts Celebration at Salomon Farm Park. The event included hands-on participation, the making of natural fiber products, live music, a petting zoo, and much more. VIDEO AND GALLERY

  • Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette Wayne's Aniese Phillips, center, takes the 100 meter hurdles in front of South Side's KiMaya Houston, left, and Northrop's Dylan Kirkwood, Saturday at the SAC track and field meet.

Saturday, May 13, 2017 12:50 am

Photos of the Week, May 12