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  • Katie Fyfe | The Journal Gazette Sam Zur Brugg, 3, practices catching the ball during PeeWee Tennis class at Jury Park in New Haven on Tuesday.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Nicole Roth, gardener with Fort Wayne Parks Department, tills a flower bed in preparation for planting annuals Tuesday morning at Lakeside Park.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Jaeger Heidenreich, 7, and Laela Combs, 7, right, both of Fort Wayne, work together to compete in Ferkelwurst Stuffin’, a piglet sausage stuffing game, Friday afternoon at Germanfest. The pair competed to get three stuffed pigs into pantyhose faster than their competitors. They came in third place. Germanfest runs through Sunday.

  • Katie Fyfe | The Journal Gazette TinCaps' Lee Solomon trips running to first base and hurts his leg during the first inning but is still able to play against the Great Lakes Loons at Parkview Field in Fort Wayne on Sunday.

  • Katie Fyfe | The Journal Gazette David Mendenhall plays the drums during the opening of Germanfest at Park Edelweiss on Sunday.

  • Katie Fyfe | The Journal Gazette Main Street is filled with bikes for the Fort4Fitness 8th annual Spring Cycle on Saturday.

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette TinCaps Pitcher Ryan Weathers throws the ball in the third inning against Great Lakes at Parkview Field on Saturday.

  • Katie Fyfe | The Journal Gazette The Vasquez brothers enjoy a nice spot to relax while the rest of their family fishes at Lakeside Park on Sunday.

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Parkview Physicians Group golf team members, from left, Carrie Hoffman, Kara Warrener, Jim Chapman and Katie McAllister watch teammate Janet Prendergast, not shown, tee off on the 18th hole of the Vera Bradley Classic golf tournament on Monday to raise donations for breast cancer research at the Sycamore Hills Golf Club.

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Restoration crews work high above Baker Street on Wednesday to replace bricks to the front of the historic Baker Street Station downtown.  

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Martin Luther King III spoke before placing a wreath at the bridge named for his father, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., Thursday morning. King spoke to his father's "I have a dream" speech, saying "We've got a long way to go. The dream is not finished. We can do better." Martin Luther King III spoke in downtown Fort Wayne late Wednesday night.

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Jayda Wilson, 6, gets a colorful mask painted on her face during Germanfest at Headwaters Park on Friday.  

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Hake Tarango, 2, of Fort Wayne, works on his chords while attending Thursday's opening of Lunch on the Square. Lunch on the Square takes place 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursdays in June, July and August at Freimann Square.

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette 4-year-old Rue Orr rides a Radio Flyer scooter her grandfather fixed up for her at Lawton Park on Monday.

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette TinCaps second baseman Xavier Edwards in the dugout between innings at Parkview Field on Wednesday.  

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Paul McCartney plays to a sold-out crowd at Memorial Coliseum on Monday.  

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Martin Luther King III greets Anne Spann, left, and Shirley Hall, center, both of Fort Wayne, after placing a wreath at the bridge named for his father, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Martin Luther King III spoke in downtown Fort Wayne late Wednesday night.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Sarah Hobson, left, and Kalani Botas, 8, dance a polka Friday afternoon at Germanfest. Germanfest runs through Sunday.

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Kimberly Harber, left, and Chris Strong look for ceiling tiles painted by their classmates on Saturday while visiting the New Haven Middle School.

  • Katie Fyfe | The Journal Gazette PeeWee Tennis is held at Jury Park in New Haven on Tuesday. The class is designed to introduce youth to the game of tennis in a fun and exciting way.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Kicking off the start of the 2019 Senior Games are, from left, Holly Small, winner in 2018, Joe Sowder, winner in 2017, and Joel Bowerman, assistant manager at Fort Wayne Community Center. The games encompass three weeks and 36 sports with participants who are 50+ years of age.

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Friends Terry Crooks, left, and Andrew Zeigler spend the afternoon fishing for crappie at Moser Park in New Haven on Tuesday.

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Guests gather outside the New Haven Middle School on Saturday to enjoy one last look at the iconic school before demolition began on Monday.

  • Katie Fyfe | The Journal Gazette Sisters Sophia, Chloe and Zoey Boiko enjoy a camel ride together during Arab Festival at Headwaters Park on Saturday.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Breck Glassburn, 2, of Fort Wayne, dances happily during storytime in Lawton Park Monday morning. Storytime on the Riverfront takes place Mondays in June, July and August, with the exception of July 16.

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette TinCaps first baseman Lee Solomon prepares to catch the ball as a Lake County player dives for the bag in the fourth inning at Parkview Field on Tuesday.  

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Jazlyn Vazquez, 5, enjoys an ice cream cone with her grandmother Maria Gaytan, both of Fort Wayne, Friday morning at Zesto's on Broadway.

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Four-year-old twins Harper Henry, left, and Finley Henry pose for a photo as Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf during Germanfest at Headwaters Park on Friday.  

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Following a centuries-old tradition, graduating seniors of North Side High School throw their caps into the air on the steps outside the school on Monday.  

  • Katie Fyfe | The Journal Gazette TinCaps' outfielder Aldemar Burgos throws the ball back infield during the fourth inning against the Lake County Captains at Parkview Field on Thursday.

  • Katie Fyfe | The Journal Gazette The United States Air Force Thunderbirds fly in Thursday, perform stunts, and land in advance of the weekend's Fort Wayne Air Show at the Air National Guard 122nd Fighter Wing in Fort Wayne.

Saturday, June 08, 2019 3:40 pm

Photos of The Week

Favorite photos of the week ending Friday, June 7th, 2019 by The Journal Gazette staff photographers.