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Giving back

Defiance College Greek Life students are collecting gently used prom items, such as dresses, shoes, purses, gloves and jewelry, for its Recycled Prom Dress Drive beginning Monday through March 18. Items can be dropped off in the Office of Student Activities and Leadership Office in Hubbard Hall at Defiance College in Defiance, Ohio. For more information, email nbuccalo@defiance.edu or call 419-783-2388.

•Fort Wayne’s Shambaugh & Son employees collected $3,234 for SCAN to help prevent abuse, protect children and prepare parents.

Reunion

The North Side High School class of 1964 will have its class reunion Oct. 4 at Halls Guesthouse. For information, contact Kay Gillespie at keg2032@aol.com or Sandy Sheehan Getts at donsandy getts@gmail.com.

New board members

•The Lutheran Foundation announced its new board member the Rev. Dr. Victor Kolch and its officers, Nathan Fink, chairman; Andrew Goeglein, vice chairman; Craig Linnemeier, treasurer; and the Rev. Paul Shoemaker, secretary.

•The Honeywell Foundation announced Sally Krouse of North Manchester and Amy Sullivan of Wabash as new members of its board of directors.

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