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People and Places

Giving back

Mike’s Carwash donated $15,575 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Indiana. The money was raised during its Mike’s Mentors Kids fundraiser this month.

Dress for Success Fort Wayne received $55,000 from the Walmart Foundation to help provide business clothing for disadvantaged women.

General Credit Union raised $2,200 for Allison Stier, a longtime member of the credit union, to help with breast cancer medical costs.

Reunions

New Haven High School Class of 1973 will have its reunion at 7 p.m. Sept. 28 at The Orchid Reception Hall, 11508 Lincoln Highway E. in New Haven. Cost is $30 by Sept. 20 and $35 at the door. For more information, call 260-312-0002.

Bishop Luers Class of 2008 will have its reunion from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. Sept. 14 at Curly’s Village Inn on Bluffton Road. Cost is $5. For information, email MillerKJ@cougars.sf.edu.

Boards elected

•The McMillen Center for Health Education has elected the following board of directors: Jerome Nix, president; Zachary Klutz, vice president; Stasha Carrasquillo, secretary; Betsy Hartman, treasurer; Lindsay Brown, Vicki Johnson, Miles Nitz and Melissa Wolf.

•The Junior League of Fort Wayne announced the following board of directors: Laura Antil, president; Michelle Kearns, president elect; Cheryl Felger, secretary; Joelle Grigsby, treasurer; Stacy Christlieb; Debbie Branfield; Terri Stumpf; Kimberly Wagner; Michelle Banks; and Sarah Payne.

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